Finance Supervisor (MSM)
Job Location: Bergen County, NJ (see all jobs in NJ)
Work Type: Hybrid
Date Posted: 2022-03-30
As a Supervisor, Operations Finance, you will play a critical role in driving results and will work with team members to support their growth and development. You will manage and improve processes relating to costing and financial analysis (analytical tools) along with managing the reporting/communication of financial and operational data relating to several components of the business’ operation: Cost to Win, Capital, Inventory, and Manufacturing Variances.
This is a highly visible position that requires a blend of accounting, FP&A, and business acuity. You support the Senior Manager with project analysis, ad-hoc reporting and driving the various planning activities for your site(s). Your ability to get results, influence without authority, communicate strongly, and project manage will be essential to your success.
Coordinates with all levels of management to prepare recommendations for financial plans and operating forecasts. Prepares Long Range Forecasts, Annual Budgets, Quarterly Forecasts, and Variance Analysis. Analyzes financial performance through monthly financial reporting. Interprets financial data, identifying ways to increase effectiveness, find expense savings, and improve asset utilization. Partners with manufacturing and other functions to enhance finance related decisions, introduce process discipline, and ensures the existence of appropriate SOX controls to safeguard company assets. Ensures proper expense recognition in accordance applicable accounting standards, and acts as a liaison with internal and external auditors for financial matters within area of responsibility. Acts as a leader for the cost accounting group and provides guidance and training to junior staff. Makes decisions, often difficult and/or unpopular, by carefully weighing pros and cons and acting in accordance with GAAP. Summarizes, distills, and presents data in a manner that transforms it into meaningful and actionable information.
Completes Inventory Reporting Metrics. Capital Investment and Cost Savings Analysis. Demonstrates understanding of source documentation, research variances, and proposes corrections. Identifies opportunities and risks to business based on interpretation of data. Ability to work with minimal to no guidance. Performs other related duties and assignments as required.
B.S. degree in Accounting or Finance required. Minimum 3-4+ years of relevant FP&A and Accounting working experience (journal entries, month end close, general ledger, financial planning, business analytics) required, preferably in a manufacturing industry. CPA / MBA or working towards qualification is desirable. Professional experience in large global multi-segment business, preferably manufacturing or public accounting. Cost Accounting experience preferred. Candidate should be well organized and possess good analytical and communication skills. Working knowledge of SAP & BPC is desirable. Ability to work in a fast-paced, environment with strong attention to detail. Ability to travel, approx. 4-5 times a year.
Please contact Michaela Mattera at firstname.lastname@example.org
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