The Finance and Accounting Supervisor manages the daily financial activities of the Security function in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and UPS policy. He/She assists in the development and support of the staff in the execution of strategies designed to achieve financial objectives. The Finance and Accounting Supervisor supervises various positions determined by the district including: specialists, procurement administrators, database programmers, administrative payroll liaisons, payroll processors, and senior purchasing liaisons.
The Finance and Accounting Supervisor prepares and develops forecast business plans and corporate profit plans for the Security function. He/She provides financial analysis to assist in reporting quarterly business goals. This position supports and collects targeted financial data from Region and Corporate Cost Coordinators and combines internal and external source intelligence with UPS data to assess risk across geographies, products, countries, and lanes. The Finance and Accounting Supervisor coordinates with Corporate Functional Coordinators to acquire specific budget targets (i.e., expenses, productivity, volume targets, and volume ratios) for domestic entities (e.g., New York/Ohio Company [NYOHCO]). He/She analyzes and forecasts non-coordinator expense accounts for domestic entities to ensure proper financial results. Enters forecast expense accounts, productivity targets, volume targets, and ratios into the corporate financial reporting and planning system (i.e., Khalix) to ensure regional distribution.
Analyzes and reports on district profitability to determine gaps and action plans.
Oversees monthly district business plan close to ensure completeness and accuracy.
Creates business plans using historical data and forecasts to effectively plan district expenses and statistics.
Provides information to the district to explain accounting transactions and resolve planning issues and discrepancies.
Examines production variances to clarify gaps between operations reports and general ledger results.
Completes weekly cost estimates and monitors monthly expenses to accurately forecast cost results
Coordinates with Region and Corporate Cost Coordinators to collect expense targets, productivity, volume ratios, and targets for domestic entities.
Reviews data submissions to understand the source and limitation of financial data (e.g., wage rates, forecasted production, package volume, etc.) and to ensure accuracy of quarterly business plans.
Creates Claims Data Analytics Models to ensure effective planning.
Analyzes and Evaluates Claims Data to provide information for forecasting.
Demonstrates a broad business and accounting knowledge; describes methods in compliance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).
Detail Orientation: Distinguishes between "big picture" concepts and comments and specialized, smaller specific facts associated with work; notes the specifics of events and experiences; explains, in general, how details impact end goals or outcomes; ensures that work is completed accurately and with the appropriate level of detail.
Demonstrates an understanding of basic financial terminology and concepts such as cash flows, operating profit/loss, and net income; conducts financial analyses.
Master's Degree Preferred
Bachelor's Degree Finance, Economics, or Accounting - Preferred
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