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Controller

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Robert Half Finance & Accounting Grand Blanc , MI 48439

Posted 3 months ago

Driven by high expectations? Check out this job! You might be a good fit for this position if you thrive in a role where integrity, reliability and leadership are valued. Controller candidates seeking to become part of a successful company will be interested in this opportunity through Robert Half Finance to take responsibility for an accounting and clerical department. This full-time position is for a Controller who will work in the Grand Blanc, Michigan region. Planning and directing all accounting operational functions, handling the accumulation and consolidation of financial data for internal and external financial statements, evaluating accounting and internal control systems, and leading departmental staff will be essential for this role. This position is for candidates who can effectively manage self and others within strict time constraints when providing client services, lead while also being a team player, generate innovative ideas, and challenge the status quo. In this position, you will receive exceptional compensation and benefits and potential for career growth. Your responsibilities

  • Direct finance department activities, such as accounts payable, billings collections, and payroll

  • Ensure timely cash collection by driving the timing for monthly billing and other cash management techniques

  • Manage the production of the yearly budget and forecasts and monitor them monthly

  • Handle daily cash management and produce cash-flow reports, calculating cash needs at weekly and monthly intervals

  • Responsible for month-end and year-end close of income statement and balance sheet, account reconciliations G/L analysis

  • Work closely with executive team and partners to facilitate efficient and effective firm-wide operation

  • Respond on items beyond formal job responsibilities

  • Give executive committee and partners monthly financial reports

  • Analyze, apply and improve policies, procedures, controls and most methodologies

  • Ensure client satisfaction by reviewing deliverables of self and team

  • Research, plan and implement Finance Department initiatives including software and systems implementation and other departmental or firm-wide improvements, as needed

Requirements

  • Seizes opportunities to produce results without direct supervision

  • Demonstrated ability to work in a dynamic and constantly changing company environment

  • 5+ years of progressive accounting experience, including as a Controller preferred

  • Past work in technology, analytics and management experience highly valued

  • BA/BS in Accounting, Finance, Economics or other business related field

  • Attention to detail and ability to follow standard procedures is a requirement

  • Commitment and abilities to meet critical business deadlines

  • Advanced credentials such as a Masters of Business Administration / MBA or Certified Public Accountant / CPA are preferred

  • Comprehensive knowledge of month end closings

  • Deep understanding of financial statement preparation

  • Budget forecasting experience

  • Strong communication and social skills and able to receive criticism well

  • Proven analytical skills - defining problems, collecting relevant data, drawing valid conclusions, and recommending improvement/corrective actions

  • Prior work done in public accounting is desired

  • Demonstrated ability to build and deliver effective presentations to audiences with wide-ranging backgrounds

Employment Type: Full-time


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Controller

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Robert Half Finance & Accounting