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Plant Controller

Tampa, FL

Job Description:  Plant Controller, Tampa, FL

This position is fully onsite and Controller experience in a Manufacturing environment is required.  


Key responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
•    Work as an integral member of the senior management team at the factory, providing financial expertise, on a proactive basis.
•    Providing a professional financial perspective to the factory and inventory control operations, ensuring that adequate control procedures are in place, especially where there is a risk of material exposure as well as providing factory management with information and guidance, with a view to optimize the use of resources and achieve budget plans.
•    Provide leadership to the factory finance team. Establish annual goals and professional development plans, conduct performance reviews. Ensure factory participation on national initiatives. 
•    Coordinate the preparation of financial plans, including budgets, forecasts and headcount analysis, based on the published timetable.
•    Identify potential improvements in cost effectiveness and to make proposals to the appropriate parties.
•    Ensure that there is compliance with Nestle accounting policies and procedures, and technical standards.
•    Coordinate the preparation of financial and non-financial reports. Train users in the process and educate 'customers' as to the value and purpose of the information produced.
•    Implement control procedures and reporting systems in conjunction with others, either as a company project or local initiative.
•    Monitor actual financial performance against plan, to prepare variance analyses and coordinate the release of metrics and other information.
•    Participate in providing and or verifying information for capital investment applications, capital justifications, and approval sign-off.
•    Ensure that all assets are tagged and accounted for in the asset register.
•    Ensure that all transfers, disposals and sale of assets are timely and accurately recorded. Do quarterly asset reconciliations and report any variances.
•    Participate in productivity improvement proposals and any other factory and warehouse studies.
•    Control the accounts payable and payroll processes within the factory.




Key Qualifications include:
•    Bachelor's degree in Finance or Accounting, MBA or Masters preferred.
•    7 or more years of progressive experience in Finance or Accounting Management experience including Cost Accounting, Finance or General Accounting
•    Prior finance experience in a manufacturing or consumer products company at the plant level desired
•    Ability to interface effectively with plant and corporate team members and executives
•    3 or more years of experience leading and developing a team of people responsible for accounting and payroll activities.
•    Skilled at coaching employees and facilitating process and cultural changes as needed.
•    Strong organizational and time management skills, serving with a sense of urgency
•    Excellent data analysis and trend identifications skills with a focus on problem solving skills.
•    Strong computer skills, specifically Word, Excel, PowerPoint and business management software, SAP preferred. 

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