- Reporting to the VP of Finance for Intervention and Stimulation Equipment Business Unit, the Operations Controller leads the management of all inventory and production facilities worldwide, including financial reporting and metrics, SOX compliance and other projects through responsibilities outlined below:
- Partners with the Vice President of Operations and his team and other cross-functional leaders across multiple divisions in evaluating business processes to streamline and drive improvements, with the goal of establishing best practices and standardizing policies and procedures across the business unit.
- Responsible for the financial management of global manufacturing operations worldwide, including developing effective costing systems and controls.
- Works with VP of Operations in support of strategic plans.
- Develops business and cost reports, metrics, and key performance indicators to evaluate, interpret and provide critical information in support of operational decisions, including variance reports such as standard to actuals production costs variances, purchase price variances, job order variances, work orders, etc.
- Ensures internal controls are appropriately designed, documented and operating effectively.
- Responsible for accurate recording of inventory and production costs worldwide, including analysis of burden rates, standard costs, managing bill of materials , routers, etc.
- Manages periodic physical inventories and cost rolls.
- Manages the monthly forecast and annual operating and mid-year plans for manufacturing
- Manages the month-end, quarter-end, and year-end closes—including reviews of balance sheet and interpretation of operating results and variances (i.e. actuals vs budget vs. forecasts vs. trends) within the various ISE manufacturing/operations facilities.
- Reports on operating metrics, backlog, headcount, capital expenditures, and other key areas.
- Researches complex accounting and financial reporting activities to provides technical accounting guidance and ensure compliance with U.S. GAAP and SOX requirements.
- Assists in acquisition analysis and integration efforts.
- Helps with the management of inventory (valuation, verification, and obsolescence) and analysis of reserves.
- Analyzes other key areas (i.e. standard costs, work in progress, cycle counts, materials in transit, warranty projects,
labor/overhead rates, etc.).
- Works in effectively managing cash flow strategies and evaluating capital requests and expenditures, including analysis on ROI, IRR and other economic indicators.
- Manages activities for internal and external audits.
- Integral part in ERP implementation team.
- Supports the VP of Finance with special projects.
- Other tasks as required.