CFO/Controller

Job Summary:

Manage all the Accounting Operations functions in the Company and related Entities. Duties include coordination and participation in the month end and year-end close processes, scheduling and providing all necessary workpaper support and analysis for the year-end reviews and providing developmental review and scope of current and future financial systems and reporting. Additional responsibilities include year-end tax planning and preparation as well as financial analysis support for the President. 

Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for developing financial policies and procedures and directing their implementation within the organization and any related entities under the organization’s management. Additional responsibilities will include determining financial information requirements and overseeing the production of financial reporting for the organization and related entities.
  • Lead and direct monthly close operations with the accounting group and other Operational departments within the Company.
  • Generate and review month-end financial statements and account analysis packages. In addition, work closely with the accounting staff and operational departments on resolving issues and questions related to the financial performance of the company.
  • Provide timely and accurate actual, budget, and prior year trend reporting and analysis.
  • Participate and lead in the analysis of current company business operations and future business plans.
  • Manage all company relationships with auditing and tax firms, regulatory agencies and other related outside parties.
  • Work directly with the management team in developing and implementing procedures and software applications necessary to maintain accurate job costing records and to afford the proper control environment ensuring accuracy and accountability.
  • Develop and produce detailed product costing reporting and analysis on a daily, weekly and month end basis. The end product will be a Work In Process (WIP) accounting, reporting and analysis package.
  • Analyze, develop, and implement strategies that maximize the efficiency of the custodial management of the funds, assets, and debt structure of the organization.
  • Lead and develop disaster recovery plans for the Accounting and Payroll departments. Also work as liaison for disaster recovery planning with the Information Technology department.
  • Oversee and direct the preparation and issuance of the corporation’s final Audited Financial Statements and related notes.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Major Projects:

  • Financial System Evaluation – Help in the evaluation and implementation of appropriate

Specifications:

  • Minimum Education: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Business, Master’s Degree in Business Administration or Finance preferred but not required.
  • Minimum Experience: Candidates must have at least three or more years’ experience as a CFO, or at least five or more years’ experience as a Controller or as a Manager of General Ledger Accounting. 
    • Prior experience in a high-level Financial or Accounting position in a manufacturing environment is a major plus. 
    • Prior experience with managing mid-level accounting employees is also a major consideration.
  • Software Skills: Must have advanced knowledge and proficiency of experience MS Office, Word, Excel, and financial reporting systems along with a working knowledge of current software, hardware, and web trends.
  • Communication Skills: Verbal and written skills must be a strong point. Interaction with corporate personnel, as well as the senior level management team and the Company’s Advisory Board, is considered an important part of the job requirements.
  • Organizational Responsibilities: Candidates must have strong organizational skills relating to formulation of work plans, setting priorities, and completing tasks.
  • Decision Making: Candidates must be able to analyze situations, understanding depth and breadth of issues. Decisions that are made are within a framework of directives, policies, and precedent. Most often than not, the decisions affect not only the utilization of personal, departmental time and resources but other departments with-in the entire company.
  • Problem Solving: Problem solving is a major component of the job. The breadth of problems can run from operational to financial from routine to complex.
  • Confidentiality: The Chief Financial Officer, (CFO) and the area that he/she directs must maintain the absolute highest level of confidentiality as they have access to, and handle, highly confidential and sensitive financial, personal, and legal data regarding the company and its employees.

If Interested, please email Wes Tyrrell at wtyrrell@daleyaa.com

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