Site Controller

Responsibilities will include: Develop summaries of financial results for presentation to the plant and senior management on a monthly basis, while maintaining the general ledger, creating and processing journal entries, and preparing reconciliation of balance sheet accounts. Compile and track key measures and statistical data for use in preparing financial statements. Analyze plant labor, scrap, operational spending and inventory transactions against optimal manufacturing levels and to identify and recommend to plant management, key areas needing improvement. Lead development and analysis of quarterly standard costs, including managing the physical inventory and cycle count programs. Assist staff in preparing and analyzing capital expenditure requests, including tracking and reporting actual spend versus the budget. Responsible for forecast and analysis of manufacturing costs for the plant, while leading the communication of these results. Create and review annual budget and monthly forecast with site management teams and corporate finance. This will include tracking spending to budget and forecast and review of variances with management teams to support the goals of the business. Take a leading role in supporting lean initiatives by providing the information to support expected cost savings and tracking improvements in a way that would substantiate management decisions. Proven ability to manage site staff including monitoring, providing direction, training and motivating to top performance. Establish, monitor and enforce internal controls and ensure compliance with corporate policies and procedures and SOX; including assisting in the coordination of internal and external audits. Monitoring and advising operations on day to day aspects of running the plants and DC; supports analytical needs of operation management teams.  Special projects as needed. Position Qualifications Bachelor's degree in Accounting or Finance required.  CPA a plus. Minimum of 5-7 years professional experience with three (3) years of cost accounting experiencerequired. Plant/manufacturing experience is required. Strong leadership abilities. Experience with Lean manufacturing/inventory management principles is preferred. Strong analytical abilities with knowledge of manufacturing standard cost, costing and accounting systems, are required Demonstrated ability to plan, organize and implement various projects simultaneously. Self-motivated, flexible and organized. Strong written and verbal communication skills. The candidate must also have the interpersonal skills and leadership abilities to successfully collaborate with others to implement recommendations and change initiatives. Ability to disseminate data and make timely decisions required. Ability to meet/exceed deadlines required. Experience with Oracle and SAP a plus.
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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