07 October 2021
Corporate Controller

The Corporate Controller reports into the CFO.  The ideal candidate will need to dive into the details, but also understand the greater picture. The Corporate Controller must be able to multi-task and have keen a ability to prioritize. Strong leadership and communications skills are essential.
  • Manage all aspects of accounting including billing, general ledger, payroll, accounts payable, accounts receivable, budgeting, tax compliance, projects.
  • Ensure timely month-end general ledger closing process
  • Provide management with timely details of the company’s overall financial health outlining potential risk
  • Comprehensive P&L (Profit & Loss) financial reporting.
  • Prepare and communicate weekly, monthly and annual financial results.
  • Contribute to the company’s strategic plan and implementation.
  • Forecasting and financial analysis with timely preparation of projections.
  • Preparation of annual budget.
  • Manage insurance and insurance renewals company wide, including reviewing insurance requirements and cost.
  • Coordinate the preparation of annual tax return with outside CPA firm.
  • Lead, train and fill in for divisional accounting staff as needed
  • Enforce staff compliance of Company internal controls, policies and procedures.
  • Measurement and reporting in the form of KPI”s (Key Performance Indicators) to monitor and drive business goals, including but not limited to cost reduction initiatives, working capital management, and return on capital determinations; employ KPI’s to ensure adequate measurement, management  and accomplishment of business objectives

  • Qualifications 
  • Bachelor’s degree (BA, BBA or BS); major in Accounting
  • Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) or related field, a plus
  • Strong leadership skills, high energy, initiative and creativity.
  • Must be able to model and use forecasting tools
  • Must understand business law, service agreements and union agreements. 
  • Conscientious about timeliness of assignments & quality of work product required.
  • Hands-on role – solidly engaged with the financial and operations process
  • Must have presence and be able to make it happen with minimal oversight
  • Ability to effectively communicate across multiple levels in the organization
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