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We are seeking an ambitious Controller to become a vital part at a company. In this leadership role, you will manage an accounting and clerical department. As the Controller, you will plan and direct all accounting operational functions, manage the accumulation and consolidation of financial information for internal and external financial statements, assess accounting and internal control systems, and guide departmental staff. Working with our company, you will handle key decisions and challenge, negotiate and influence the team. As a leader, you will encourage innovative ideas that are sound and progressive, challenge the status quo, and support creativity in your area of responsibility.
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We are currently looking for a Controller for a large company. The Controller directs and manages the day-to-day financial operations of the organization. The Controller will be responsible for putting accounting processes in place, making sure cash transactions are being posted correctly, and that the company is utilizing their current accounting software efficiently. The ideal Controller will have 10+ years of previous accounting experience, be proficient with Excel, and have a strong understanding of Great Plains. The ideal Controller should have 10+ years general accounting experience, have a bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance (Master’s degree preferred), and have 2+ years in a supervisory role.
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The ideal candidate should possess strong analytical skills, exceptional problem-solving skills, be highly organized, and have excellent leadership skills. The Controller will develop processes to streamline accounting functions and operations, provide financial analysis and reports, train staff on business finance issues, promote regulatory, tax and GAAP compliance, and drive income generation.
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As the Controller, you’ll manage all financial and accounting activities including budget management, forecasting, financial analysis and the preparation / presentation of financials. Our client will expect you to have a high knowledge level of cost accounting as it relates to manufacturing. In the leadership role, your Supervisory responsibilities will include overseeing a Senior Accountant and A/P Clerk and will encompasses payroll, accounts payable, accounts receivable and financial reporting.
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Our company is looking for a Controller. This position will involve management of Accounting and Finance. Ideal candidate will have strong communication and interpersonal skills to interact with various levels of employees and management.
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This position is a hybrid of a position where you will be doing the normal accounting functions but also the finance side as well doing budgets, forecasting, etc. The Controller will be responsible for all financial aspects of the company including Managing a team.
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The Controller is a hands-on accounting role, handling all daily accounting and finance responsibilities. This position requires the ability to work independently and autonomously on a wide range of financial duties including: accounting, reporting, analyses, GAAP, payroll, and internal policies and procedures in order to provide accurate and timely financial statements.
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The Controller directs and monitors implementation of accounting, budgeting, internal control and financial reporting policies, procedures and administrative practices at the operating unit. Provides financial guidance to executive staff. Drive financial understanding and accountability with all operational departments by sharing and explaining financial results.