The Controller directs the financial activities of the organization, prepares financial analysis of operations for the guidance of management decisions, and maintains and coordinates health insurance and other employee benefits.
- Establish and maintain policies, procedures and practices relating to the management of all accounting related functions including cost accounting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, credit policies, billing, general ledger, and fixed asset accounting.
- Assist in planning and establishing economic goals and objectives for the company.
- Prepare reports, which summarize and forecast company business activity and financial position in areas of income and expenses based on past, present, and expected operations.
- Prepare departmental and company-wide budget; monitor compliance throughout the year.
- Determine depreciation rates of assets and advise management on operational adjustments due to tax revisions.
- Prepare financial statements, corporate income tax returns, and other reports required by regulatory agencies.
- Maintain inventory records.
- Work with Purchasing, Shipping, Receiving, Manufacturing, Quality, and Engineering on Project costs, policy administration, etc.
- Compile Salary attendance report to include vacation days, sick days, or any other absences.
- Document tooling expenses, workers compensation incidents, monthly financial review, etc.
- Advise management about health, property, and workers compensation insurance coverage.
- Make daily bank deposits.
- Maintain cash balance.
- Approve invoices for further processing.
- Provide orientation of new employees.
- Explain company’s health insurance coverage and other employee benefits.
- Bachelor’s degree in accounting from a four-year college or university
- 5 years accounting experience in a manufacturing environment
- Experience with financial statement preparation, and tax preparation or familiarity with tax laws and filing requirements
- Prior ERP experience