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Manufacturing Controller (Multiple Sites)


Job Req # 446503

Consumer Products/Industrial Manufacturing Company is looking for:

POSITION: Manufacturing Controller (Multiple Site)
LOCATION: Rialto, California
SALARY: 125-135K + 20% Bonus
DEGREE: Required
Experience:
5+ Years Manufacturing Experience including multiple sites
RELOCATION: Local only.

Requirements for Manufacturing Controller
5+ years of proven financial experience within a heavy industrial manufacturing environment
Multi plant or business unit experience in a manufacturing environment required.
BS Required, CMA or CPA also required
Possess proven, effective accounting, finance and leadership skills.
Excellent verbal and communication skills and be able to interact with different levels of the organization
at the plant level as well as at the executive level.
Must be an effective trainers and presenter with a "people" focus.
Very good financial acumen

Responsibilities
Provides leadership and direction for managing this Region's Financial Position,
Financial Interpretation, Assets, Procurement Activity, Payroll Hours Administration/System, and Internal Controls.
Direct the development of Annual Operating Plans, Departmental Budgets, Monthly/Quarterly Forecasts,
Cost Reduction Initiatives/Recommendations and Profitability for the region
Other Key Responsibilities:
Successfully completes Monthly Closing cycles to properly reflect the financial position of the
Plant - Profit & Loss, Capital Base and Cash from Operations.
Provide financial analysis support/guidance to all Line Managers and Plant Managers.
Directs and completes the Planning, Forecasting and Budgeting processes of the Operation.
Monitor the financial policies, practices and procedures of the Operation.
Ensures the necessary Internal Controls (and compensating controls) to safeguard the Company's
Assets, and adheres to the company's Financial Management Policies.
Provide financial and manufacturing analysis of both a recurring and ad-hoc nature to Management outside of the Operations.

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