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Director FP&A and Consolidations, MITG Global Operations

SUMMARY OF POSITION: Directs the Operations Finance FP&A and consolidation function for MITG supporting over 30 sites WW and a cost of production of over $2B.  Provide analytical and business decision support to VP Finance and Controller, MITG Global Operations and VP of Operations for MITG.  Generate forecasts and analyze trends in manufacturing for the SBU, and support reporting for the MDT GO&BS organization. This role is responsible for financial planning and analysis, forecasting, operating plans, budgets, consolidations, and reporting. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 1.    Generate forecasts and manage the financials to ensure achievement of key performance metrics. Review financial performance versus plan and forecast. 2.    Consolidation of all monthly, quarterly and annual results versus plan as well as weekly KI and LBE reviews. 3.    Provide business partnering support for the direct reports of the VP of Operations, MITG. 4.    Develop synthesized key performance indicator analyses and dashboard to allow Executive level review of key factors that provide insight to the businesses manufacturing performance. 5.    Completes analysis and reporting required by business including MFR's, QFR's, OBR's, forecast bridges, cost down reporting, and various ad hoc and ROIC reporting, etc. 6.    Identify risks, opportunities and gaps to forecast and plan.  Identify and recommend corrective action plans to mitigate key risks. 7.    Streamline the forecast and planning process thorough best practices including the development and implementation and optimization of Hyperion Planning and other Global Systems. 8.    Manage relevant accounting function / responsibility to ensure compliance with corporate policies. 9.    Assist and guide direct reports located in multiple locations globally in their daily work promoting their professional development as a value-added partner to the business. 10.    Partner and interact with BU and Regional, and Corporate FP&A teams as it relates to OPC costs for the SBU. DEPARTMENT SPECIFIC/NON-ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Will require International and Domestic travel. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Education:    B.A. or B.S. Degree required; MBA and/or CPA desirable. Experience:    Minimum ten years combined financial experience, including financial analysis, budgeting and financial reporting. Minimum of five years of increasing managerial experience .  Minimum of two years of manufacturing experience preferred. Preferred Skills/Qualifications: o Experience with Sarbanes Oxley section 404 compliance required o MBA and/or CPA desirable. oMinimum of two years of manufacturing experience preferred. o Experience working in a large multi-national environment o Strong analytical and problem-solving skills. o Supervisory experience required. o Knowledge of Hyperion/GFS system required. Skills/Competencies: o Proven track record of attaining organizational and personal objectives.   o Manage and develop staff to understand company's business and operations o Strong leadership skills in a diverse and dynamic environment o Analytical, Interpersonal, Organizational, Project Management, Dealing with Ambiguity and Change, Comfort Around Higher Management, and Presentation skills Other Skills:    Manage staff remotely ORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS/SCOPE: Reports to the VP of Finance and Controller, MITG Global Operations. Partners closely with Finance leaders within MITG and MDT GO&BS WORKING CONDITIONS: Normal office conditions exist Physical Job Requirements: Office, medical/clinical, and lab conditions.  Must be able to enter the manufacturing area. Must be able to operate a computer and telephone The physical demands described within the Responsibilities section of this job description are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 18000LEZ
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
11 - 15 years

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