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Plant Controller

You will develop and coordinate profit plans, monthly forecasts, goals & objectives, financial reconciliations, reports and analysis for plant management, including variance analysis and cost control reporting and recommendations You will manage, analyze and interpret plant financial forecasts and operating results.  Inform management of results and recommend corrective actions to address unfavorable variances You will review, analyze and evaluate financial data and information for accuracy, consistency and transparency.  Maintain integrity of financialreports prepared by the plant You will interpret, implement and monitor corporate policies and procedures, ensure financials are reported in compliance with generally accepted accounting principles and local statutory requirements You will develop and implement budgeting and financialreporting systems to provide timely and relevant information to plant, region/division and corporate management and cost control.  Control and maintain adequate product costing systems for valuation and cost estimating activities. You will be the owner of account reconciliation process to maintain integrity of plant general ledger and its supporting sub-systems.  Access adequacy of reserves and overall financialreporting.  Provide leadership and support for the balance sheet review process You will establish, monitor and maintain a system of internal controls that safeguards company asset and provides for integrity and propriety of financial transactions and activities.  Compliance with corporate policy including SOX You will evaluate and approve plant capital appropriation requests prior to region/division and corporate management approval.  Monitor and report purchase commitments and spending for all capital programs.  Conduct follow-up audits to ensure compliance for all significant capital investments. You will manage hiring, training and development of plant financial staff (3 direct reports). Establish a work environment that encourages individual career development and growth in order to provide adequate and qualified financial professionals opportunity for advancement You will manage the deployment of cost saving and other programs to provide operating economies and improve profitability.  Monitors and provides opportunities to support continuously improving plant productivity/gross utilization.  Support other operations initiatives via management of environmental, safety, security & health (MESH), Eaton Lean/Six Sigma (ELSS) and other continuous improvement efforts You will provide leadership to ensure adequate cost accounting processes are in place, including standard cost updates, physical inventory verification, periodic cycle counts etc. You will lead ad hoc projects as required including appropriate ERP implementations, business development initiatives such as new business opportunities and union contract strategy analysis Qualifications Required (Basic) Qualifications: Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution in Finance or Accounting Minimum five (5) years of accounting and/or financeexperience Must be legally authorized to work in the United States without company sponsorship  Preferred Qualifications: Master's degreepreferred CPA/CMA preferred or equivalent local professional qualifications Experience in a manufacturing environment Experience as a manager of people Experience with Oracle and advanced in Microsoft programs Experience working with Cost Accounting Standards and Federal Acquisition Regulations   Position Criteria: Sound working knowledge of GAAP, Sarbanes Oxley and local statutory requirements Knowledge & understanding of Corp, region/division and plant reporting policies Technical capability to prepare, analyze and interpret financial and operational data/reports Superior analytical and thinking skills; intellectual rigor and curiosity; problem-solving capability Strong communication skills for interaction with all levels of the organization  055501
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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