Carbon Industrial Controller

Roles and Responsibilities

 

•             Manage annual budget, mid-term plan, and short-term rolling forecasts by working with Carbon Management Team to gather pertinent data that will ensure financial performance.

•             Provide the information needed for operational accounting purposes and guarantee the quality of management oversight and financial control within your perimeter.

•             Ensure monthly performance analysis between actual and forecasted results and propose improvements on various subjects.

•             Perform month-end closing, account reconciliations, expense analysis, and financial and operational reporting. Troubleshoot issues with FI-CO reconciliation.

•             Confirm overhead cost accuracy by department and account code-making corrections as necessary.

•             Validate and track site cost reduction initiatives and impact of the profitability roadmap. Participate in Greenbelt projects as needed.

•             Prepare and maintain standard costs and transfer pricing.

•             Supervise carbon physical inventory and fulfill the role of finance lead with fiscal auditors.

•             Support internal control campaign (process/procedural documentation, testing, and action plan implementation).

•             Complete financial justification for capital investment projects (IRR, NPV, Payback, and Profitability).

•             Manage special projects and analyses and provide support to strategic initiatives.

•             Assist as needed in yearly fiscal audit.

•             Perform other related duties as required

 

Physical/Environmental Scope of Position

•             Sit for long periods of time while operating office equipment

•             Work in/near electro-magnetic fields created by high temperature induction furnaces

•             Subjected to inside environmental conditions, noise, vibration, oils and other related industrial hazards

•             Vocal communication, hearing, and visual acuity are required for safety, direction, and the exchange of ideas in the industrial environment

 

Required Behavioral Dimensions

 

•             Customer Focus

•             Decision Making

•             Planning and Organizing

•             Quality Orientation

•             Technical/Professional Knowledge and Skills

 

Experience/Education/Certification Required

 

•             Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, or Business

•             Five to Eight years practical experience with demonstrated abilities in problem solving

•             SAP modules Fi & CO experience required

•             Greenbelt and CPIM certification preferred

•             General understanding of US GAAP and IFRS

•             Strong Excel skills enabling in-depth analysis

•             The ability to communicate effectively with people of all levels of education and experience

•             Self-starter with initiative to take on new duties

•             Strong attention to detail, quality, accuracy, and data integrity

•             Experience with PowerBI preferred

 

General Information

 

FLSA Status:        Exempt

 

NE Grade:           N/A

 

Reports To:         Finance Director              

 

Direct/Indirect: Indirect

 

Approval:            Finance Director, CEO/GM

 

Security Clearance:

Job Field:

Job Family:

                Confidentiality Agreement

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