is seeking applicants for an Assistant Plant Controller
at their facility in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Martinrea is a diversified
global automotive supplier engaged in the design, development and
manufacturing of metal parts, assemblies and modules, complex fluid
management systems and aluminum products.
$90k - $100k
for accuracy and integrity of all financial information concerning
the Controller in the preparation of the bi-weekly full financial
forecasts (P&L, balance sheet & cash flow) and financial
month-end, quarter-end, annual and year-end processes including:
assigned account reconciliations and analysis to support financial
Controller with preparation of the financial bridge to explain
monthly/quarterly actual results
variances to budget/forecast.
and record journal entries for inventory and other accounts as
in the data extraction to support the preparation of standard
requirements including AR aging, head counts, and capital and
tooling balances by program in a timely manner.
and assist in the coordination of external and internal audit
preparation of year-end audit package.
in preparing the annual budget for the plant.
and maintain internal controls at the plant to ensure compliance with
the Bill 198 requirements.
the Controller with the local annual external audit by completing the
corporate audit kit with all the required supporting reconciliations
and documentation, ensuring that no audit adjustments are identified
during the audit.
all the necessary information to the internal audit department during
their audit and immediately address any concerns that are identified.
the financial functions at the plant, including cash and back,
accounts receivable, inventory, capital assets, accounts payable,
inter-company transactions and other related accruals and receivables.
in ADP, bi-weekly payroll and prepare JE.
continuous improvement ideas relating to both financial and production
visibility and insight of business operations to management through
data analysis driven by exceptional Excel/dash-boarding abilities to
support management decision making including: the analysis of
overheads, earned vs. available labor hours, inefficiencies (scrap,
overtime premium freight, etc.) to drive profitability.
closely with the Controller in working with departmental heads to
identify any inefficiencies in processes and potential cost saving
initiatives including freight costs savings, outsourced production
parts savings, improvements in inventory management, reduced scrap and
develop and lead projects to ensure timely realization of the
identified costs savings.
prepare, and maintain daily, weekly & monthly KPI’s to provide
enhanced feedback and accountability to the management team.
in the analysis and maintenance of standard costs including:
the financial impact of proposed changes to the bill of materials.
labor, overhead and cycle time studies to improve the accuracy of
the bill of materials.
understand all capital spending projects prior to submitting to
corporate for review and approval, including payback calculations.
Collect and review all information required for capital requests,
ensuring all local approval has been received.
all capital assets disposals and MRE divisional transfers.
the capital assets module of CMS and reconcile to the GL.
all capital assets binders and maintain monthly CIP schedules.
materials and accounting departments with both production and MRO
of slow-moving inventory reporting and LCM analysis.
project tracking, reconciliation, report preparation/distribution and
coordination of monthly meetings with engineering.
the Controller on the design, development and maintenance of complex
scenario based financial models to support forecasting and budgeting
activities within the plant including:
sales and material by customer/program/destination using multiple
demand inputs including
Customer Releases and Industry Vehicle Volumes.
models to appropriately flex manpower to match customer demand
account based data extraction models to support analysis and
understanding of spending and
flow modeling to understand future cash requirements and optimize
degree in accounting or finance.
of a recognized account designation preferred (CPA, CA).
minimum of 3 years of hands-on experience in a decentralized
manufacturing environment with manufacturing ops accounting/finance;
automotive experience is preferred.
leadership and problem solving skills.
independent critical thinker who displays attention to detail.
organizational, interpersonal and time management skills with the
ability to multi-task.
in working in an AS400 environment (CMS or Solarsoft experience is
knowledge of Excel and Access.
knowledge of Bill 198 internal control preferred (SOX knowledge
- Fri., 7 am - 4 pm.
office, 20% plant floor (PPE required).
Dental and Vision Insurance.
with company match.
and long-term disability coverage.
shoe and prescription safety glasses reimbursement.
reimbursement and training opportunities.
Equal Opportunity Employer
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