Corporate Controller, SVP
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POST DATE 9/2/2016
END DATE 12/1/2016
JOB DESCRIPTIONAPPLY Interested candidates apply to job ID 2016-1788 on our career site.
This position is primarily responsible for corporate consolidation and results analysis, all external reporting (Securities and Exchange Commission and regulatory), internal financial reporting to the Board of Directors, Sarbanes-Oxley 404 (SOX) processes and disclosure, accounting policy and research, purchasing, taxes, accounting operations, payables and controls.
Participates in monthly financial reviews with the Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer. Actively participates with the Asset and Liability Committee (ALCO). Presents at all audit committee meetings of the Board of Directors.
Partners with the Chief Financial Officer in analyzing and communicating the monthly, quarterly and annual performance of the corporation. Serves as a stand-in for the Chief Financial Officer on an as-requested basis.
Develops and maintains all consolidated operating reports together with plans, forecasts and estimates and other reporting as needed and as requested and implements better financial systems and procedures where needed.
Establishes and maintains effective accounting standards, policies and systems to ensure the required recording, analysis and reporting of financial information is available at all levels of the corporation on a timely and accurate basis. Establishes and maintains an effective system of internal controls, procedures and policies enhancing financial systems to meet objectives.
Implements all external reporting policies and requirements including working closely with external auditors and General Counsel on all reporting issues requiring direct communication with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and plays a major role in annual audits by the external auditors.
Brings excellent and current knowledge of financial systems and practices to ensure a high level of efficiency, eliminating unnecessary or duplicate tasks, reports, processes, etc.
Maintains sufficient expertise to oversee internal and external tax experts.
Performs and directs other corporate-wide analytical projects as needed including Merger and Acquisition due-diligence activities.
Mentors and coaches Finance team members and generally creates an environment of trained, motivated, supported and respected employees.
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