Cost accounting experience in a manufacturing environment
Business partnering experience
Experience of having worked in a SOX compliant environment
Mastery over the balance sheet
Managerial experience (direct or indirect)
Responsibility and Authority:
The Finance Operations Manager, reporting to the Corporate Controller, is the business partner to our VP of Operations and the entire Operations P&L. This position is responsible for the appropriate accounting and audit support of all product costing, inventory, related reserves, and variance accounts. This position closely works with the Operations team to ensure adherence to inventory policies and procedures and provide business partnering direction and support. This is a hands-on position that provides substantial individual contribution efforts.
Scope of Duties / Job Description:
Responsible for routine compilation of parts manufacturing costs for payroll, inventory accountability, distribution of factory labor, verification of actual costs, and computation of variances.
Calculates burden rates and sets up expense budgets for manufacturing and service departments.
Checks and clears data on labor and materials costs burden and expense items, inventory, and profit and loss adjustments.
Classifies production costs into wages, material, and overhead.
Reconcile inventory and related reserve accounts, including maintaining models/analysis to support the Company’s accounting position(s).
Maintain cost accounting system to support determination of cost of goods sold, inventory valuation, and product line performance.
Recommends and implements improvements to the cost accounting function to provide long-term scalability consistent with growth.
Ability to provide meaningful and insightful commentary on financial results to management, and other constituents on a monthly, quarterly, and annual basis.
Prepare schedules as part of the quarterly reviews and year-end audit. Collaborate with external auditors.
Provides costing data to support tactical and strategic decision-making such as product upgrades and new product development.
Manage process for reviewing and maintaining product costs, including conducting periodic standard cost rolls.
Participate as a critical contributor to the upgrade, design, development, and implementation of ERP system.
Liaison between Accounting, Sales Administration, and Operations to efficiently manage inventory.
Education / Training:
Minimum of 5 to 10 years of cost accounting experience, with at least 3 to 7 years in a management position.
Bachelors’ Degree in Accounting or Finance, or equivalent experience. MBA preferred.
Prior experience as a cost accounting manager at a manufacturing company with at least $100 Million of annual revenue.
Excellent technical accounting skills required. Accurate and detail oriented.
Strong US GAAP skills required.
Minimum five-plus years of prior experience in manufacturing, preferably medical devices.
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PH - 229-264-4029
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