Special Metals Corporation (A Division of Precision Castparts)
Controller New Hartford, NY
Special Metals Corporation
The Special Metals Corporation group of companies was created in the latter part of 1998 when Special Metals Corporation of New Hartford, New York, acquired Inco Alloys International, including its Huntington Alloys and Wiggin Alloys divisions. In 2006, Special Metals Corporation became a part of Precision Castparts Corp., a worldwide manufacturer of complex metal components and products. With a history of alloy technology now going back some 100 years, our company continues to provide solutions to difficult materials problems through such time-tested products as our world-recognized INCONEL, INCOLOY, NIMONIC, UDIMET, MONEL and NILO alloys.
Today's Special Metals is a world leader in the invention, production and supply of the high-nickel, high-performance alloys used for the difficult jobs in engineering. These alloys are highly engineered to offer a superior combination of heat resistance, high-temperature corrosion resistance, toughness and strength and are used in the world's most technically demanding industries and applications. Special Metals offers the largest range of nickel alloys and product forms, as well cobalt alloys, to more than ten worldwide markets. We produce nickel alloys in all standard mill forms, from large ingots and billets to plate, sheet, strip, tubing, bar and wire, the latter of which includes core and filler wires for welding products. The company has manufacturing and research facilities in the USA and Europe, sales offices in North America, Europe and Asia, and a distribution network including most of the industrialized countries of the world.
The Controller will be responsible for the overall financial management and controls for our New Hartford, NY (and Dunkirk, NY) operation, a $300M+ operation and one of PCC's flagship sites. This business leader will partner with the Leadership Team to maximize EBIT and optimize Operating Working Capital requirements by achieving maximum return on financial assets and growing revenue through internal growth and additional market penetration opportunities. The Controller will lead a team of 7 people with 2 direct reports.
Prepare monthly, quarterly and annual P&L consolidations and financial reporting consistent with GAAP and PCC Policy.
Manage all contract review through the ECON system, ensuring compliance to PCC policies.
Manage Project Management cost, including capital spending and tracking the reporting of project spending.
Safeguard the plant's fixed assets physically and via our tracking system.
Ensure accuracy and timeliness of financial analyses for significant transactions, and major capital expenditure proposals; present leadership team with a clear and concise review of current and projected operating results.
Assess and upgrade finance organization as needed to meet the changing needs of the business. Exercise strong leadership skills including communications and teamwork between finance, operating groups, division and corporate staff.
Provide leadership to strengthen internal control environment and maintain SOX section 404 compliance.
Partner with the General Manager and other members of the leadership team; provide advice and counsel on a wide range of issues facing the business.
Facilitate timely development of financial plans, including sales, profits, capital spending, standard cost, cash flow and balance sheets. Proactively assess key assumptions underlying operating plans; identify major risks and opportunities and compare to management expectations.
Manage assets, revenue chain, credit & collections, and cash. Identify and pursue opportunities for reducing working capital.
Support sales through and review of quotes consistent with corporate profit objectives.
Refines and maintains the integrity of the plant's standard cost system.
Coordinate with internal and external auditors to ensure efficient reviews of financial data and controls.
Minimum 10 years financial management experience in progressively responsible positions within multi-unit/cultural manufacturing organizations; a demonstrated track record of accountability and achievement.
Strong skills and knowledge of accounting theory and application of financial principles (GAAP) and experience operating within a SOX compliant environment.
Demonstrated track record of financial control and analysis within a complex manufacturing environment.
Working knowledge of ERP; ability to recommend changes and upgrades to meet the needs of the business.
Strong managerial presence that reflects a participative, pro-active, hands-on operating style requiring a high energy level and tolerance to tight deadlines.
Excellent communication, people development, planning and organization skills. B.S. degree required. MBA/CPA preferred.
Precision Castparts Corp. is an equal opportunity employer committed to recruit, hire, train, and promote in all job categories without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, veteran status or other status protected by applicable law.
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