Top Controller, Vice President Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Controller, Vice President. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Controller, Vice President resumes they appeared on. For example, 26.2% of Controller, Vice President resumes contained Financial Statements as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Controller, Vice President actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Controller, Vice President resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Financial Statements

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Here's how Financial Statements is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Prepare all financial statements on a daily/monthly/annual basis ensuring senior executives and outside ownership are apprised of company's financial status.
  • Directed financial management functions for decentralized operating unit; including development of monthly/quarterly financial statements, financial forecasts, and budgets.
  • Analyzed monthly financial statements submitted by property management companies for accuracy and comparison to corporate forecast for 18 Multi-Family Assets.
  • Prepared financial statements for bid proposal submitted to the Department of Defense for expansion of Military Banking Operations in Germany.
  • Prepared consolidated financial statements for multiple legal entities, as well as maintaining separate legal entity statements for statutory requirements.
  • Directed all general accounting functions of the PHLX and prepared financial statements in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.
  • Developed and implemented global financial reporting processes/system, information standardization, accounting policies/practices, and legal entity financial statements.
  • Manage a 20 person accounting team, oversee financial statement preparation and monthly financial statements with commentary for management.
  • Coordinate review and analyze financial statements, department budgets and administrative procedures with all departments of the University.
  • Prepared all financial statements and analysis, making recommendations for improvements based on departmental and corporate results.
  • Gained completed knowledge of Financial Statements and financial capabilities of companies in the financial and insurance industry.
  • Prepared monthly Consolidated Financial Statements and disseminated, with comments, to senior management and area managers.
  • Ensured timely and accurate publication of quarterly and annual financial statements in support of debt covenant requirements.
  • Uncovered embezzlement totaling about $125K by reconciling account detail to the financial statements on an unscheduled basis
  • Reviewed monthly financial statements and supporting documentation to ensure its conformity with generally accepted accounting principles.
  • Prepared and analyzed detailed transaction processing, inter-company transactions, general ledger, and financial statements.
  • Prepare monthly/quarterly financial statements providing CEO with a detailed analysis of year-to-date budget and actual variances.
  • Analyzed balance sheets, income statements, and supplemental financial statements for consolidation by corporate headquarters.
  • Provided assistance to external auditors regarding audited statutory financial statements and other insurance related issues.
  • Coordinated the Company's independent auditor functions and the production of annual audited financial statements.

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2. Ensure Compliance

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Here's how Ensure Compliance is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Managed major vendor and all contractor relationships; reviewed/approved all contractual agreements to ensure compliance with corporate standards.
  • Prepared, reviewed and filed various statutory reports for various countries to ensure compliance with jurisdictional requirements.
  • Interact with Deposit and Loan Operations personnel to ensure compliance with established accounting procedures.
  • Worked with division management to ensure compliance with corporate accounting policies and guidelines.
  • Worked directly with relevant staff to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and standards.
  • Manage and develop risk reviews to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements.
  • Reviewed new regulatory requirements for collections, assessing impact, determining compliance, and developing action plans to ensure compliance.
  • Worked with the Tax department on the separation step plan to ensure compliance with statutory requirements.
  • Review and monitor 40 Act and REIT testing; ensure compliance with debt covenants.
  • Partner with external attorneys to ensure compliance with all laws and regulations.
  • Contract Administration: Review, negotiate & ensure compliance of construction contracts.
  • Worked with outside banks, auditors, and insurance companies to ensure compliance
  • Reviewed all material sales contracts to ensure compliance with SOP 97-2.
  • Appointed as Administrator of 401k for 3 companies to ensure compliance.
  • Review internal control work papers to ensure compliance with company policies.
  • Coordinate land transfers to ensure compliance with contractual obligations.
  • Document and ensure compliance with accounting policies and procedures.
  • Administer Davis Bacon Procedures and Ensure Compliance.
  • Managed services to ensure compliance with guidelines.
  • Assess and ensure compliance sustainability with contracted Sub Servicers.

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3. External Auditors

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Here's how External Auditors is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Facilitated quarterly reviews and year-end audits with external auditors by managing prepared-by-client materials and reports to successfully complete audits.
  • Facilitate the data gathering process for internal/external auditors, and follow-up on exam/audit results to ensure implementation of recommendations.
  • Managed the quarterly financial statement review and annual financial statement audit performed by the company's external auditors.
  • Oversee and manage interactions and relationship with external auditors, Administrative Contracting Officer and Defense Contract Audit Agency.
  • Managed activities with internal and external auditors; consistently received satisfactory ratings for financial and internal control audits.
  • Developed and maintained relations with the Company's external auditors, taxing authorities and financial institutions.
  • Led annual and semi-annual financial statement audit as well as interaction with external auditors.
  • Monitored and confirmed financial conditions by conducting audits; provided information to external auditors.
  • Prepared materials and provide explanations to External Auditors, Internal Auditors and Federal Regulators.
  • Supervised financial statement preparation and acted as liaison with regulatory and external auditors.
  • Served as primary liaison with external auditors for annual financial statement audits.
  • Liaised with business unit personnel and external auditors as necessary.
  • Full responsibility for external audit and communication with external auditors.
  • Managed relationships with external auditors and banking institutions.
  • Assist internal and external auditors as necessary.
  • Coordinate with internal and external auditors.
  • Coordinate the company's year-end audit as well as review and tax engagements of affiliated companies with the external auditors.
  • Negotiated pricing with banks, external auditors and other vendors resulting in hundreds of thousands of dollars of operational savings.
  • Interacted with both external auditors and Federal and State examiners and oversaw the planning of the annual external audit.
  • Supervised Monthly UIT close process; worked closely with the internal/external Auditors and NYSE / SEC / NASD examiners.

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4. General Ledger Accounts

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Here's how General Ledger Accounts is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Analyzed all general ledger accounts to ensure that reconciliations were accurate.
  • Prepare or review reconciliations of general ledger accounts.
  • Reconciled all General Ledger Accounts at month-end, quarterly, and year-end for the DOE and monthly Form 6 quarterly reports.
  • Manage risk via oversight of general ledger accounts, monitoring of associate system access, and testing of high risk processes.
  • Perform maintenance on all general ledger accounts and cost centers including suggesting numbering and naming schemes for new accounts/cost centers.
  • Coded general ledger accounts to accounts payable invoices.
  • Maintain and reconcile all general ledger accounts, bank reconciliation's, and journal entries including intercompany accounts.
  • Prepare monthly variance analysis of all general ledger accounts to assist in month-end analytics.

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5. Regulatory Reports

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Here's how Regulatory Reports is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Manage audits of various regulatory reports within the broker-dealer.
  • Prepared and filed all required regulatory reports.
  • Prepared management and regulatory reports.
  • Completed regulatory reports required by the Federal Reserve Bank, FDIC, and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.
  • Review all financial reports as well as federal, state and other regulatory reports including tax returns.
  • Prepare regulatory reports for OCC, FHLB, and the Federal Reserve, including quarterly call reports.
  • Increased automation of bank regulatory reports (call, weekly, and TIC reports).
  • Completed daily regulatory reports resulting in a 60% reduction of amended returns.
  • Prepared regulatory reports, such as PDPA, FDIC Depository and Call Reports.
  • Reviewed all regulatory reports, including the Thrift Financial Report.
  • Review regulatory reports, including the Call Report and FR2900.
  • Prepare regulatory reports, filings, and tax forms.
  • Prepared financial and regulatory reports for the bank.
  • Prepare FR Y-10, FR Y-6, FR Y-11 and FR 2314 regulatory reports.
  • Complete bank and corporate regulatory reports Supervise the accounts payable function, fixed asset accounting and general accounting responsibilities.
  • Filed monthly regulatory reports (i.e.

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6. Human Resources

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Here's how Human Resources is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Coordinated newly formed Human Resources department previously outsourced resulting in more control of a solely dedicated resource for our employees.
  • Assumed full financial and administrative responsibilities including accounting management, human resources, purchasing management and contract administration.
  • Handled human resources functions involving employee relations, performance management, benefits administration and employment law compliance.
  • Managed centralized and location specific finance and accounting staff; responsible for centralized human resources.
  • Involved from company inception with responsibility for establishing Accounting, Human Resources and Administrative Systems.
  • Oversee information technology, regulatory compliance, facilities management and human resources/payroll functions.
  • Supervised accounting, human resources, operations and collection personnel.
  • Supervised professional staff of 5 including Payroll/Human Resources.
  • Led transition team in the staffing and development of stand-alone human resources and facilities departments and managed those functions upon emergence.
  • Managed Human Resources, Risk Management, Treasury, Bank, Information Technology, Environmental and Safety, and Administration functions.
  • Managed a staff of 33 accounting, human resources and IT professionals, including bank relations, all audits and closes.
  • Directed team involving Legal, Human Resources and Accounting in the selection of a 3rd party web-based restricted stock system.
  • Managed various activities including Human Resources, Risk Management, Information Technology and other activities as directed by the Board.
  • Managed Finance, Supply Chain, Information Technology, Customer Service, and Human Resources for this custom Chair manufacturer.
  • Serve as company's Human Resources Director overseeing hiring and termination processes, evaluation procedures and maintenance of personnel records.
  • Managed Finance and Accounting, Human Resources, and MIS functions for the company, reporting to the CEO.
  • Planned, organized and supervised the activities of the accounting, human resources, operations, and MIS departments.
  • Managed credit, collections, risk management, human resources, and income taxes for the North America division.
  • Provided leadership and indirect oversight for other departments including Tax, Information Systems, Human Resources and benefits.
  • Complete responsibility for human resources, including benefits, 401(k) plan and policies and procedures.

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7. Due Diligence

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Here's how Due Diligence is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Conducted and directed due diligence activities for acquisitions, prepared purchase accounting entries and assisted with acquisition negotiations.
  • Performed due diligence and financial analysis on acquisition of Florida service company and handled subsequent integration into NRAI.
  • Led implementation of disciplined controls/protocols for team due diligence budgets and performed fund/investment accounting and audits.
  • Performed due diligence for several potential acquisitions, completing two acquisitions and their associated purchase accounting.
  • Discovered material discrepancies during due diligence of a Brazilian Scaffolding provider avoiding over valued acquisition.
  • Led financial due diligence relating to acquisition and subsequent disposition of real estate brokerage subsidiary.
  • Lead financial due diligence processes including determination of optimal business structure and purchase price.
  • Team member on two successful acquisitions, including due diligence and post-acquisition integration.
  • Led financial integration efforts and participated in due diligence efforts for two acquisitions.
  • Collaborated with investment bankers to develop divestiture memorandum and supported due diligence.
  • Provided due diligence and analysis in merger, acquisition and divestiture activities.
  • Performed due diligence and integrated the financial operations of several acquisitions.
  • Performed acquisition analysis and due diligence review for potential merger candidates.
  • Review contracts and related due diligence information on potential acquisitions.
  • Participated in acquisition due diligence and developed purchase accounting entries.
  • Coordinated 'due diligence' and data migration during company acquisition.
  • Conducted due diligence reviews on potential acquisition candidates.
  • Completed due diligence analysis for several acquisition targets.
  • Coordinated multiple due diligence processes for potential acquisitions.
  • Directed Management presentations and Due Diligence preparation.

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8. Gaap

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Here's how Gaap is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Develop and implement procedures and controls to ensure the appropriate application of US GAAP and Statutory-basis financial reporting requirements.
  • Generated quarterly and annual U.S. GAAP financial statements and analyses presented to senior management.
  • Provided complete, accurate and timely external financial statements prepared under GAAP.
  • Supervised external reporting under US and Canadian GAAP requirements.
  • Executed timely North-American financial reporting ensuring adherence to GAAP.
  • Researched, documented and implemented applicable GAAP pronouncements.
  • Led accounting operations, including GAAP compliance, financial reporting, corporate governance, internal controls, and cost accounting functions.
  • Provide research and assist with implementation of new accounting pronouncements to ensure financial statements are prepared in accordance with U.S. GAAP.
  • Ensured all financial matters relating to CCM Products and Operations were recorded in compliance with U.S. GAAP and Corporate Accounting policies.
  • Established (US GAAP and IFRS based) consolidation and reporting function and completed financial integration of newly acquired subsidiaries.
  • Coordinated with our overseas counterparts to insure proper GAAP reporting and reconcile any exchange differences at quarter and year end.
  • Compile monthly/quarterly reporting of financial results to foreign parent for the Bank and Holding Company using U.S. and Taiwan GAAP.
  • Worked with Compliance Officer, external auditors and regulatory officers to ensure compliance in all GAAP and regulatory matters.
  • Developed a full GAAP budget, extensive management reports and external investor reports and closed a private placement memorandum.
  • Ensured compliance with GAAP and various SEC, FDIC, FRB, St of Vermont regulatory and reporting requirements.
  • Document, review, implement and assess accounting and general business polices & procedures in accordance with US GAAP.
  • Maintained compliance with GAAP and SOX in timely financial close processes, also monitoring performance against Operating plans.
  • Managed accounting for complex and significant accounting transactions, including all new SEC, FASB and GAAP issues.
  • Provide revenue recognition and accounting guidance to ensure revenue is recorded in accordance with U.S. GAAP / SAB104.
  • Analyzed processes and procedures for financial and accounting accuracy to ensure adherence to GAAP and to maximize efficiency.

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9. Equity

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Here's how Equity is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Managed and coordinated global initiative to enhance Equity Derivative Risk Management system in conjunction with needs of the Finance Division.
  • Provided documentation and support for bank financing, including calculations of covenants, loan applications and equity investor prospectus.
  • Implemented consolidated stock record aggregating data from domestic and international equity and fixed income stock records.
  • Led financial reporting and guided investment analysis of business profitability to identify candidates for equity participation.
  • Coordinated various financial aspects of potential acquisitions, debt and equity offerings and rating agency reviews.
  • Raised equity investment for minority stake in company and executed numerous commercial lending and leasing facilities.
  • Developed and prepared financial data used by the private equity group for portfolio company valuations.
  • Developed external financial package for private equity group, outside investors and financial institutions.
  • Prepared and reviewed legal documentation and supporting schedules for equity and debt offerings.
  • Performed internal audit of shareholder equity and stock certificate ledger uncovering numerous errors.
  • Direct communication with board, private equity investment firm and financial institutions.
  • Supported acquisition and divestiture of business units, including private equity sale.
  • Assisted CFO with recapitalization of company to private equity and management ownership.
  • Provided all necessary financial and other business information to private equity firm.
  • Negotiated revised debt covenants and waivers under private equity ownership.
  • Negotiated bank and equity financing for company and acquisitions.
  • Avoided additional contingent liabilities associated with an equity purchase.
  • Helped create account equity variance reporting to senior management.
  • Company acquired by a private equity investor.
  • Assisted in the initial rounds of debt and equity financing for start-up film Distribution Company, securing approximately 35 million dollars.

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10. Annual Budget

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Here's how Annual Budget is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Coordinated with in-country finance directors and operations management all activities related to the preparation of annual budgets and quarterly forecasts.
  • Instituted annual budgets and financial reporting capabilities and attended Board meetings to communicate financial conditions of the credit union.
  • Oversee consolidation and preparation of annual budget process resulting in cost containment oversight and improved spending controls.
  • Developed annual budget and analyzed monthly variances on a company-wide and profit center basis.
  • Prepared annual budget, quarterly forecast and monthly financial reporting package for Senior Management.
  • Developed and implemented annual budgeting system and managed annual audit with accounting firm.
  • Developed relationships with multiple departments to successfully develop and manage the annual budget.
  • Prepare annual budget and update with monthly roll-forward operational and financial projections.
  • Developed departmental annual budget and maintained quarterly forecasts and subsequent analysis.
  • Assisted in formulating annual budget and strategic initiatives with Business Head.
  • Prepared/managed $110M annual budget for operations and product inventory.
  • Prepared annual budget, monthly actualization and re-forecast.
  • Prepared and monitored semi-annual budgets and monthly forecasts.
  • Performed monthly forecasts and annual budgets including headcount.
  • Developed annual budget and prepared monthly financial statements.
  • Managed annual budget process and developed budget template.
  • Coordinated company's annual budget and forecasting process.
  • Directed and managed forecasting and annual budgeting process.
  • Prepared annual budget and analyzed subsequent variances.
  • Generated annual budget and individual home budgets.

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11. Oversight

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Here's how Oversight is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Established oversight process resulting in 99.9% in-compliance average monthly metric for corporate mandated manager access reviews, surpassing corporate standard.
  • Responded to internal and external audits, as well as regulatory examinations, interfacing with oversight personnel to facilitate thorough responses.
  • Launched procedures and education library ensuring change control and compliance oversight and practices that are consistent with regulatory requirements.
  • Implemented the revised company standards of business conduct and provided leadership oversight for the investigation of unethical activities.
  • Ensured appropriate senior management awareness/oversight of follow-up on action items to resolve identified issues.
  • Assumed oversight of the information technologies department in 2003 after a company reorganization.
  • Analyzed and documented various tax structures and established ongoing oversight and controls.
  • Provided managerial oversight to subsequent integration efforts.
  • Provide strategic oversight and leadership for agency.
  • Provided oversight of company banking relationships.
  • Provided staff supervision and oversight.
  • Assess compliance oversight of Front Line Units, Control Function performance and related third party/vendor relationships in association with regulations.
  • Provide oversight and control for vendor relationship to the business, ensuring that all vendors adhere to policy requirements.
  • Designed, created and led corporate risk and control framework training expectations within the Third-Party Oversight process.
  • Lead annual profit planning and monthly forecasting efforts and oversight of all corporate financial planning and analysis.
  • Managed all financial, IT and administration personnel and provided guidance and oversight to the HR function.
  • Established a first line of defense risk and internal control oversight function for US Finance function.
  • Coordinate execution and provide oversight for Risk Events to record operational errors and loss events.
  • Managed accounting/financial functions with a staff of 10 and oversight of 40+ manufacturing personnel.
  • Initiated resource management for project team which was crucial in establishing adequate Risk oversight.

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12. Revenue Growth

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Here's how Revenue Growth is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Restructured the accounting department to handle 20% annual revenue growth with no increase in personnel.
  • Managed revenue growth from 6 million to 20 million.
  • Spurred revenue growth of 456%, from $18M to $100M.
  • Joined high tech manufacturing company during period of declining revenue growth and orchestrated company restructuring through Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
  • Earned a reputation as a finance executive in formulating corporate strategies to drive revenue growth and performance improvement.
  • Defined and implemented a costing methodology/model that allowed the service delivery organization to achieve 300% revenue growth.

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13. SOX

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Here's how SOX is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Supervised all aspects of annual corporate budget process including establishment of SOX compliance for annual and statutory audit engagements.
  • Managed relationship with internal and external auditors and drove SOX process within Security.
  • Implemented process controls and documentation to meet SOX certification requirements for IPO readiness.
  • Lead and delivered on-time financial reporting without SOX exception or auditor qualification.
  • Managed Corporate SOX program across all divisions during incumbents maternity leave.
  • Prepared SOX Audit Reports communicating deficiencies and remediation recommendations to management.
  • Developed operationally efficient control structures while meeting SOX compliance rules.
  • Planned and completed SOX documentation for privately held company.
  • Maintained 100% SOX compliance by launching audit processes and providing representation on SOX committees supporting both internal and external audits.
  • Manage the production of the information used in the audit attest function and to satisfy the requirements of SOX Section 404.
  • Streamlined accounting systems by managing the implementation of SOX 404, SAP Accounting, and a PIN business monitoring program.
  • Facilitated SOX compliance and contributed to future company growth by selecting and implementing new accounting and human resource software.
  • Implemented procedures and performed periodic control testing of the Hedge Funds' financial records to adhere to SOX regulations.
  • Implemented SOX controls, processes from scratch, and import set-up / transfer pricing in new CSU Brazil entity.
  • Developed new customer credit and collections policies and SOX controls in order to mitigate impact of global economic downturn.
  • Established accounting policies and procedures and enhanced controls and processes around the systems, which enhanced SOX implementation.
  • Draft SOX procedures for testing protocols and Finance Group procedural manual to memorialize internal Finance processes and governance.
  • Implemented an operational risk program, creating the basis to issue both SOX 302 and 404 equivalent assertions.
  • Increased efficiency and strengthened the financial control environment while streamlining the number of controls and ensuring SOX compliance.
  • Teamed with Corporate Controller to transform the immature accounting processes into well-controlled finance function, meeting SOX requirements.

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14. Balance Sheet

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Here's how Balance Sheet is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Developed and implemented year-end audit work papers which included thorough analysis on all accounts especially balance sheet accounts.
  • Managed General Ledger Balance Sheet Reconciliation Processes o Oversaw offshore team that prepared approximately 1,000 reconciliations per month.
  • Developed and executed a strategy for reviewing and analyzing monthly balance sheet schedules involved in funding Commercial Mortgages.
  • Coordinated and consolidated the domestic and international annual balance sheet budgets and monthly forecasts.
  • Implemented monthly balance sheet and cash forecasting process and standardized related board reporting.
  • Implemented basic analytic procedures to correlate revenue and balance sheet reporting.
  • Enhanced balance sheet and inventory management.
  • Prepared monthly/quarterly/annual balance sheet schedules.
  • Evaluated the corporation's financial strength based on capital reserves for loans, investments, and off balance sheet assets.
  • Reconcile balance sheet to accounting modules, prepare any adjusting journal entries, and produce Work in Process schedule.
  • Managed balance sheet and net interest income analysis and reporting for Asset Servicing's Financial Planning and Analysis department.
  • Prepared and analyzed monthly net margin average balance sheet, net interest revenue, expenses, and transfer pricing.
  • Replaced short-term bank debt with a $31 million private placement facility to help in achieving balance sheet liquidity.
  • Developed a metrics-based monthly financial reporting package that consolidated balance sheet, profit and loss, and cash-flow data.
  • Consolidate 64 companies prepare full financial reporting Balance Sheet P&L, & Statement of Cash Flow.
  • Performed high level and detail analysis, including forecasting of income statement, balance sheet and cash flows.
  • Decreased aged balance sheet account transactions by 86%, for a reduction of $6 billion annually.
  • Prepared quarterly review and analysis of balance sheet accruals and presented to Corporate Controller on a monthly basis.
  • Led senior managers in preparing business plans with P&L, Balance Sheet and Cash Flow analysis.
  • Oversee management of chart of accounts, analysis and clean up of general ledger including balance sheet accounts.

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15. Business Units

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Here's how Business Units is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Managed Business Partnership with operations executive team, providing financial and strategic leadership for multiple business units.
  • Fostered a disciplined expense environment by creating reports for individual business units that championed accuracy and transparency.
  • Implemented rigorous performance standards and debt covenant compliance for all business units in global organization.
  • Collaborated with 3 business units Presidents encompassing retail, automotive and music industry market verticals.
  • Developed company performance metrics and reported on key business drivers for all business units.
  • Managed team of five staff who monitored reconciliation process performed by business units.
  • Coordinated efforts with business units to identify potential expense reductions and efficiency opportunities.
  • Supported acquired entities business units' key growth initiatives and accelerated international expansion.
  • Delivered crucial support to business units during regulatory examinations and external audits.
  • Integrated three acquired business units into one North American operating unit.
  • Coordinate accounting policies across multiple geographically disseminated business units.
  • Restructured business units and operations around the globe, closing and consolidating facilities throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia.
  • Provided financial support (planning, budgeting, analysis and reporting) to the Mainframe and Security Business Units.
  • Managed monthly close process for cost of funds interest expense allocations to the Business Units and Corporate Home Office.
  • Advised senior management on monthly, quarterly and annual allocations to the business units and on their expense variances.
  • Developed monthly managerial reports for seven separate business units that were distributed locally and to the home office.
  • Enforced the monitoring of data integrity across various databases utilized by the Business Units, Treasury and Accounting.
  • Work with the Business Units to test and identify AML processes and develop correction plans for deficiencies found.
  • Developed Business Units' specific records inventory in addition to training modules to ensure adherence to the policy.
  • Maintained pricing rule engines to derive chosen end of day price for multiple business units in the firm.

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16. Income Tax Returns

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Here's how Income Tax Returns is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Prepared income tax projections and complete consolidating tax schedules for annual corporate and partnership income tax returns.
  • Prepare the corporation's federal and 20 different state income tax returns.
  • Prepared Federal and State Consolidated Income Tax Returns.
  • Prepared and filed corporate income tax returns.
  • Coordinate the preparation of and provide final review of all corporate, partnership, trust and individual owners income tax returns.
  • Prepared federal and state corporate estimated tax payments and federal consolidated and various state corporate income tax returns.

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17. Sarbanes-Oxley

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Here's how Sarbanes-Oxley is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Established internal controls through the development and implementation of policies and procedures aiding in Sarbanes-Oxley compliance and attestation.
  • Established policies and procedures; developed and implemented Sarbanes-Oxley compliance procedures and timely reporting to the independent auditors.
  • Coordinated the yearly internal control documentation required by Section 404 of Sarbanes-Oxley and manage internal audit staff.
  • Led the implementation of global processes and documentation requirements aimed at meeting Sarbanes-Oxley requirements one year early.
  • Streamlined internal control procedures in collaboration with Internal Audit team to ensure compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley standards.
  • Developed and implemented standardized Sarbanes-Oxley controls and testing methodologies across more than ten international commercial businesses.
  • Established sound internal controls to ensure financial statement integrity and comply with Sarbanes-Oxley requirements.
  • Coordinate efforts between Finance and other departments to ensure compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley controls requirements.
  • Authored Sarbanes-Oxley risk and control matrix providing ability to objectively assess process risk.
  • Initiated and implemented control procedures for Sarbanes-Oxley compliance for all European organizations.
  • Documented/Executed/Monitored Sarbanes-Oxley compliance procedures for all functions within the business.
  • Maintained appropriate internal controls, as well as Sarbanes-Oxley processes/procedures.
  • Coordinated the implementation of Sarbanes-Oxley section 404 guidelines.
  • Managed team responsible for execution of Sarbanes-Oxley compliance.
  • Implemented and maintained Sarbanes-Oxley compliance process.
  • Established Sarbanes-Oxley internal control system reporting.
  • Coordinated the Sarbanes-Oxley 302 attestations.
  • Established and maintained Sarbanes-Oxley compliance.
  • Coordinated Sarbanes-Oxley internal controls reporting.
  • Participate on various bank committees, such as loan workout, loan classification and portfolio management, regulatory compliance and Sarbanes-Oxley.

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18. Risk Management

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Here's how Risk Management is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Provided accounting support to all risk management activities, including review of actuarial calculations of long-term liabilities.
  • Develop change risk management framework and methodology and assist in developing key risk and performance indicators.
  • Shopped insurance options determining most extensive and cost effective ways to satisfy risk management requirements.
  • Supported worldwide subsidiaries in risk management and financial reporting, leading to zero operational/finance losses.
  • Risk Management committee member - identified risks and provided full financial and operational analysis.
  • Defined and implemented the risk metrics management Governance Framework solution for Information Risk Management.
  • Established new equipment sales contract review process focused on financial and risk management performance.
  • Implemented process automation and new risk management tools to boost efficiency and enhance capabilities.
  • Directed, coordinated and focused carrier risk management efforts on national accounts.
  • Supervised the company s risk management and insurance programs including several captives.
  • Organized variety of internal management reports successfully utilized in risk management activities.
  • Led Risk Management program and contributed to strategic business planning.
  • Participated in defining trading and risk management strategies and objectives.
  • Administered comprehensive risk management and insurance programs and ensured compliance.
  • Verified value of origination transactions in risk management system.
  • Designed and developed and implemented internal risk management software.
  • Administered Risk Management in relation to Customers and Vendors.
  • Define strategy for insurance coverage and risk management.
  • Implemented a business risk management program.
  • Develop and implement risk management policies.

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19. A/P

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Here's how A/P is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Replaced manual A/P process with automated software system and reorganization of vendor files, reducing processing time by 20%.
  • Directed a department of 5 including 1 supervisor position managing A/P, Wire Transfer, and Cash and Securities Management.
  • Manage a professional staff of 8 responsible for A/R, A/P, inventory control, billing, and collections.
  • Provided oversight for financial reporting, general accounting operations, payroll, A/R, A/P, and policy/procedure development.
  • Oversee A/R, A/P, Payroll and HR and ensure compliance with internal and external policy and procedure.
  • Supervised staff of ten, who performed A/R, A/P, Payroll, Accounting and customer service functions.
  • Performed full financial functions from A/R, A/P, and Payroll to financial statements and tax reporting.
  • Managed the daily operations of A/R, A/P, Payroll, Cost Accounting, and General Ledger.
  • Supervised an accounting staff of 10 including financial reporting, invoicing, A/R, A/P and collections.
  • Manage all aspects of General Ledger and processing A/P, A/R, Cash Management and Payroll.
  • Oversee all general accounting, billing, A/R, A/P, customer service and repair departments.
  • Directed 50-member team of A/R, A/P, credit and collections, accounting, finance, analysts
  • Manage 2 supervisor positions overseeing A/P, Wire Transfer, and Cash and Securities Management.
  • Supervised A/R, A/P, Payroll, Invoicing, Human Resources, Office Manager.
  • Managed the accurate and timely processing monthly invoices, both A/P and A/R.
  • Hired and trained accounting staff in A/R, A/P, and Payroll.
  • Serve as the liaison for external and regulatory auditors (FINRA/PWC/FED/SEC).
  • Supervised month end close, A/R, A/P and commercial collections.
  • Managed the Accounting Department consisting of A/R, A/P and Payroll.
  • Supervised, developed and motivated staff of 8 (G/L, F/A, A/P, Treasury, Wires).

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20. ERP

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Here's how ERP is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Monitored and analyzed all ERP updates and changes to capitalize on new features of financial reporting solutions and operational effectiveness.
  • Developed financial reporting tools, established internal control procedures, and maintained company's ERP system with customized solutions.
  • Developed, analyzed and interpreted accounting information in order to monitor operating results against budget and other peer banks.
  • Instituted successful daily and weekly G\L to perpetual inventory reconciliation process to greatly reduce shrinkage and promote higher accuracy.
  • Worked closely with Enterprise Data Strategy technical teams to develop technical solutions to effectively meet the agreed business needs.
  • Analyzed financial information, and prepared reports to summarize and interpret current and projected financial positions for management.
  • Developed, analyzed, and interpreted statistical and accounting data, measure operating profitability and performance against budget.
  • Review and coordinate 5 separate legal entity financial statements, including consolidation, with internal corporate counterparts.
  • Implemented ERP software that assisted with visibility and efficient reporting of financial data to key stakeholders.
  • Administer accounting and finance functions overseeing planning, budgeting, forecasting and trend analysis with interpretation.
  • Developed, implemented and manage the organization's enterprise risk management and internal controls function.
  • Transitioned key business reporting metrics into a centralized reporting repository utilized as an Enterprise Standard.
  • Documented policies and procedures using boilerplate outline to create Finance Operating Procedures and Desk Procedures.
  • Manage perpetual inventory reconciliation process as well as reporting and accountability on shop floor variances.
  • Developed the implementation strategy and framework for global Enterprise Risk Management and Governance Compliance programs.
  • Interpreted, evaluated, and executed new regulatory reporting requirements; implemented process improvements.
  • Ensured policies and data definitions are understood and broadly communicated across the enterprise warehouses.
  • Ensured compliance by developing, maintaining and interpreting company financial policies and procedures.
  • Developed and implemented all enterprise-wide financial budgeting, reporting, and forecasting systems.
  • Interpret goals into operational tasks and lead tactical implementation to ensure goal attainment.

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21. Information Technology

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Here's how Information Technology is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Hosted and coordinated various information technology conference calls in order to better fuse and implement multiple internal applications.
  • Interfaced with corporate bankers, insurance brokers, and information technology providers.
  • Contract Administrator for Information Technology.
  • Directed worldwide Information Technology department.
  • Implemented new back office general ledger system and worked with the information technology group to test the new general ledger interface.
  • Integrated Power Solutions with ITT Corporation in all key aspects of Finance and Information Technology within six months of acquisition.
  • Administered the Information Technology function, including an 8-site WAN and hardware and software support for approximately 90 users.
  • Identify opportunities to build GRC programs into the daily operations of Information Technology.
  • Managed student record, human resource, information technology, and facilities functions.
  • Administer Finance, Accounting, and Information Technology.
  • Manage and provide direction for all of the financial, accounting, information technology and business planning activities of this corporation.
  • Thisincluded financial reporting, cash flow management, allaccounting processes and information technology along with HR management and purchasing coordination.

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22. Real Estate

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Here's how Real Estate is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Conducted recurring bank relations, including recurring draws and collateral reporting for real estate development and securities positions.
  • Develop comprehensive and automated forecasting spreadsheets to evaluate the viability of pursuing various real estate development transactions.
  • Devised and established strategies to capitalize on new real estate opportunities and determine potential profits.
  • Identified global real estate holdings to rationalize through collaborative efforts with key business leaders.
  • Coordinate annual real estate/property insurance payments and prepare annual tax/insurance assessments.
  • Helped transition real estate subsidiary to stand-alone office.
  • Supervised staff responsible for accounts receivable, accounts payable, general ledger and financial reporting requirements for real estate services company.
  • Formulated budgets, forecasts and allocations for corporate real estate; designed a cost-allocation method that improved accuracy by 80%.
  • Led real estate development company spun off from the Federal Investment Company (FIC) when that company was dissolved.
  • Worked with real estate and divisions to develop strategies to improve profitability by closing, downsizing, or relocating stores.
  • Controlled the finances of a $10 billion real estate loan portfolio and a $3 billion OREO portfolio.
  • Work directly with governmental loan officers and real estate attorneys to prepare real estate settlement statements and documents.
  • Key person working with Endowment Gift Team securing real estate land donation at no cost to college.
  • Managed fixed assets, CEO real estate investment properties, business and personal high end race cars.
  • Create and analyze complex financial models used in obtaining project financing for large scale real estate developments.
  • Oversee all aspects of banking and investment activities of the organization including real estate properties.
  • Directed the budgeting, reporting and forecasting support of Corporate Real Estate's East Region.
  • Lead the accounting and reporting function for several subsidiaries including a real estate investment trust.
  • Reviewed sources and uses and closing documents for real estate purchases and loan refinancing.
  • Company was acquired in 1992 by a European-based real estate investment company.

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23. Annual Audit

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Here's how Annual Audit is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Re-established credibility with external auditors as well as pro-active planning and managing the annual audit.
  • Recognized for navigating accounting to garner the first annual audit without adjustments in company history.
  • Directed annual audit by outside auditors and responded to audit exceptions and management comments.
  • Coordinated annual audit and preparation of income tax returns by independent accountants.
  • Coordinated the annual audit, financial/tax compliance initiatives and physical inventories.
  • Managed quarterly reviews and annual audit process with external accountants.
  • Supervised annual audit and examinations by regulators.
  • Coordinated financial audits, including annual audit.
  • Partner with the Chief Accounting Officer to coordinate all aspects of the annual audit process with the Company's external auditors.
  • Direct the annual audit (9 audits) and tax return process (over 30 returns) with external accounting firm.
  • Lead the annual audit & tax process; including reviewing audit reports and tax returns, coordinating with investors and stakeholders.
  • Worked with independent auditors, tax accountants and payroll administrators in connection with annual audits, tax and payroll filings.
  • Coordinated annual audit, quarterly reviews, state and local tax audits and UK and Israeli subsidiary statutory filings.
  • Completed the annual audit in 1/3 the time it took to complete in the year prior to my tenure.
  • Coordinated all audits by taxing authorities, annual audit by Arthur Andersen and potential investors.
  • Prepared, coordinated and managed quarterly reviews and annual audits with BDO public accounting firm.
  • Liaised with external accountants to coordinate and support the annual audit and tax returns.
  • Coordinated the audit relationship and annual audits, quarterly reviews, and complex transactions.
  • Point person for company's annual audits and quarterly reviews with independent public accountants.
  • Reduced 2014 annual audit by 35 days despite increased complexity due to acquisitions.

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24. Direct Reports

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Here's how Direct Reports is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Direct reports consisting of accounting, financial reporting, inventory and distribution.
  • Manage accounting department including five direct reports.
  • Direct reports included a financial director, regional controlling managers and five country finance managers across six Latin American countries.
  • Reported to the CFO and served as the business partner to the Chief Marketing Officer and her direct reports.
  • Managed finance, IT, procurement, and HR, while leading a team of six direct reports.
  • Direct reports include Vice President for Financial Reporting, Assistant Controller, Accounting Manager, and Staff Accountants.
  • Provided hands-on leadership and mentoring to team of 5 direct reports responsible for performance of 17 staff members.
  • Controlled SEC reporting, auditing accounting, and financial reporting with 2 direct reports and team of 8.
  • Recruited a high performance corporate finance team of 8 direct reports with a budget of $3M.
  • Managed seven direct reports, with a total staff of 30, and supported eight Division Controllers.
  • Directed 30-person accounting / finance group in Guadalajara, Mexico and two direct reports at division headquarters.
  • Supervised 8 direct reports, with a national staff of 70 in corporate headquarters and 6 regions.
  • Mentor accounting staff of 10 direct reports in all areas from technical issues to soft skills.
  • Managed the activities and performance of two direct reports, Sr. Financial Analyst and Cost Accountant.
  • Managed three direct reports that assist with accounting, investments, accounts payable, legal coordinating.
  • Managed four direct reports and 25 indirect reports responsible for all SEC and external reporting.
  • Managed 114 through 4 direct reports and indirectly 4 global business VP's Finance.
  • Reported to the President and managed seven direct reports with a staff of 140+.
  • Direct reports include seven country controllers, and a European headquarters staff off 12.
  • Managed a staff of 20 (six direct reports), across three locations.

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25. Cost Savings

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Here's how Cost Savings is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Captured significant cost savings by consolidating / combining Payroll and Accounting Departments and eliminating one supervisory position.
  • Innovated systems enhancements and strengthened controls fostering an environment of transparency/accountability with focus on cost savings opportunities.
  • Direct responsibility for developing the team that ensures excellent planning, forecasting, budgeting, cost standards and cost savings opportunities.
  • Managed reduction in points accrual by $100M (~10% cost savings) by evaluating breakage assumptions and enhancing accrual process
  • Collaborated on Spending Smart corporate savings project for planned cost savings of $40 million for use in sale of company.
  • Streamlined the bank's global Management Profitability Reporting System that resulted in annual cost savings of up to $900,000.
  • Directed work-related injury care, tracked losses and utilized occupational health management group for annual cost savings of $25K+.
  • Realized over $4M (10%) of office cost savings through site consolidation and span of control initiatives.
  • Streamlined business processes, increased employee productivity, improved financial reporting and delivered $20M in annual cost savings.
  • Played key role in corporate wide restructuring program - $33 million cost savings contribution made by division.
  • Led efforts to off shore 6 countries support functions (BPO) and achieved significant cost savings.
  • Created financial modeling within the business sector to track capital expenditures and focus on cost savings.
  • Led the division headquarters 5 year lease re-negotiation resulting in a cost savings of $1.8million.
  • Transitioned accounts payable function to Mexico resulting in annual cost savings of more than 35%.
  • Worked with cross-functional teams to develop cost savings of over $400,000 throughout the company.
  • Streamlined financial operations and managed cost savings and revenue enhancements totaling $10 million.
  • Generated $150K in cost savings annually by negotiating more favorable vendor contracts.
  • Reorganized European company-owned distribution for $4M annual cost savings and $6M repatriation
  • Collaborate across diverse business platforms to drive consensus and produce cost savings.
  • Attained cost savings in excess of 20% involving commercial insurance renewal.

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26. Variance Analysis

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Here's how Variance Analysis is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Prepared financial reports, including daily all-company dashboard, developed budgets, and performed variance analysis in accordance with business plan.
  • Provided oversight of inventory, cost accounting, pricing and variance analysis to facilitate effective control of manufacturing process.
  • Prepared custom reports to communicate analysis findings, monthly financial results, and operating expense variance analysis.
  • Performed analysis of results of operations, including, budget/forecast variance analysis and yield analysis.
  • Managed client profitability, including variance analysis of actual results vs. forecast and resource planning.
  • Provided proactive business line reporting, variance analysis and intervention where appropriate.
  • Delivered timely and insightful OBU budgets and regular periodic variance analysis.
  • Coordinated preparation of financial projections, departmental budgets and variance analysis.
  • Established overhead standards for both fixed and variable overhead variance analysis.
  • Performed budget forecasting and variance analysis to maximize profit margin.
  • Prepared budget and budget variance analysis.
  • Developed the P&L Analysis Tool which used by global Controllers and saved countless variance analysis and forecasting hours.
  • Prepared P&L's for each line of business, with emphasis on variance analysis and product profitability.
  • Provided product cost analysis, short and long term cash forecasting, financial modeling and budget variance analysis.
  • Prepare the budget - interact with executive management and managers, oversee budget variance analysis and review.
  • Prepared variance analysis of Actual results to budget, prior year expenditures, and latest estimates.
  • Prepared budget to actual variance analysis and met with the Board to review/explain findings.
  • Performed variance analysis and trend information related to revenues, expenses and cash flow.
  • Prepare annual operating and capital budgets and perform actual vs. budget variance analysis.
  • Support project managers with the development of project spend plans and variance analysis.

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27. Revenue Recognition

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Here's how Revenue Recognition is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Lead implementation of Microsoft GP 2010 including integration with in-house applications to automate revenue recognition.
  • Established, and implemented worldwide revenue recognition policy for revenue share and advertising contracts.
  • Developed a pricing calculator worksheet that also streamlined accounting revenue recognition calculations.
  • Launched innovative online products/promotions and managed complex revenue recognition issues and compliance.
  • Developed a repeatable revenue recognition process for largest software contracts.
  • Established formal revenue recognition and expense policies; implemented quarterly asset impairment review process affecting $100+M long lived prepaid assets.
  • Researched and resolved technical accounting and reporting issues (stock compensation, software development costs, and revenue recognition).
  • Led a team from design to implementation of a field process, supporting the company's new revenue recognition policy.
  • Prepared technical accounting schedules and entries for revenue recognition, stock option accounting, purchase accounting and business valuation services.
  • Work closely with the Sales Group on contract review, revenue recognition and non-standard transactions.
  • Reviewed client contracts and estimates to validate revenue recognition method and realization rate for projects.
  • Direct sales and revenue recognition, cash management, strategic business analysis, and planning.
  • Coordinated global revenue recognition, calculation and billing of US affiliate products and funds.
  • Focused on issues related to software revenue recognition in accordance with SOP 97-2.
  • Led successful SEC comment letter process on Revenue Recognition with minimal follow-up questions.
  • Reviewed and analyzed revenue recognition, job costing, and profit sharing relationships.
  • Strengthened revenue recognition practices under SOP 81-1 and SAB 104 accounting methods.
  • Instituted EITF 02-03 standards with regards to revenue recognition and reserving policies
  • Developed metrics for revenue recognition of bundled software and print product.
  • Improved recurring annual revenue recognition from $2M to $11M.

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28. Audit Procedures

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Here's how Audit Procedures is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Developed program to provide client assistance and streamline performance of audit procedures.
  • Increased accuracy of royalty accounting and reporting by applying strategic audit procedures, automation, and additional reconciliation procedures.
  • Audit procedures to eliminate inaccuracies in raw material and finished goods inventories.
  • Supported all internal and external audit procedures and requirements.
  • Developed audit procedures for shrinkage control and procedure implementation.
  • Redesigned Inventory and Fixed Asset audit procedures.

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29. CPA

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Here's how CPA is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Published 14 accounting and finance policies and procedures designed to enhance controls over anti-bribery and anti-corruption in conjunction with FCPA investigation.
  • Provided due diligent for Buying Companies and Company Sale including working with investment banker, CPA's and Legal Teams.
  • Oversee financial aspects of 3 corporations from daily data entry to preparation of audit work papers for CPA annual audit.
  • Ensured timely and accurate filings of corporate tax returns and completion of the annual audit by the corporate CPA firm.
  • Worked with CPA on Research & Development Tax Credits - results were a $ $100K+ Tax Credit in 2006.
  • Ensured availability of audited financial statements at Foundation's fall meeting with careful oversight of outside CPA annual audit.
  • Interfaced with all levels - liaison to banks, CPA, auditors, legal, and producers.
  • Collaborated with one of the largest CPA firms concerning audits, which included preparing consolidated financial statements.
  • Increased basic knowledge and bolstered employee satisfaction leading to multiple promotions and pursuit of CPA/CFA designations.
  • Worked with outside CPA firms for tax preparation and compliance for domestic and foreign locations.
  • Managed professional staff of five consisting of CPA's, MBA's and Financial Analysts.
  • Coached 10-person corporate accounting staff to a 5-fold increase in CPA and MBA designations.
  • Interact with outside CPA's and provide all information needed for tax returns.
  • Appointed to lead the divisions' general ledger transition from AccPac to SAP.
  • Develop information for CPA firm regarding annual financial statement and tax return.
  • Worked in coordination with CPA and Ownership to complete all necessary filings.
  • Worked with attorneys and CPA's, insurance agents and customers.
  • Liaised with CPA Firm to prepare financial statements and tax returns.
  • Worked with CPA's for annual audits and Corporate Tax returns.
  • Work with CPA to prepare year-end financial statement and tax returns.

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30. Executive Management

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Here's how Executive Management is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Served a lead role on the executive management, operations management, risk management,401k/benefits, and insurance/worker's compensation committees.
  • Analyzed accounting systems effectiveness and made recommendations to executive management for improving company's financial standing and reducing operating costs.
  • Analyze data for new regulatory guidelines and proactively provide dashboard reporting to executive management for a critical decision making agenda.
  • Increased sales profits and cash represent operations and finance in corporate strategic planning and capital budgeting with chief executive management.
  • Identify opportunities for program innovation that should be socialized with business partners and presented to executive management for approval.
  • Evaluated product sales and margin performance with executive management and issued recommendations for margin improvement or product end-of-life.
  • Managed accounting team in completion of all financial reporting for investors and executive management.
  • Provide and present monthly financial data analysis and reporting to executive management.
  • Presented financial reports to top-tier executive management and all faculty members quarterly.
  • Trained over 300 domestic and international middle and executive management team members.
  • Prepared and presented quarterly profitability analysis for division to Executive Management.
  • Serve on Executive Management Team which establishes corporate goals and objectives
  • Identified and executed on finance synergies established by executive management.
  • Interacted directly with executive management and Board of Directors.
  • Collaborated with Executive Management to implement client pricing structures.
  • Provide financial and strategic guidance to executive management.
  • Included presentations to executive management.
  • Present results to executive management.
  • Presented department objectives to employees, peers and Executive Management and implemented their comments within the risk assessment process.
  • Provided revenue forecasting and financial KPI's weekly for all lines of business to the executive management team.

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31. Financial Performance

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Here's how Financial Performance is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Analyze external and internal environment and determine their impact on each business and develop strategies to improve overall financial performance.
  • Resulted in consistent and comprehensive unit management understanding of the financial performance and expectations of the parent organization.
  • Developed performance measurements and communicated to senior management the financial performance of the Supply Chain Services area.
  • Completed analysis of businesses units and re-organized companies to focus on growth opportunities and improve operating/financial performance.
  • Prepared budgets and managed financial performance by analyzing cost variances and recommending corrective actions.
  • Analyzed financial data and implemented changes to improve corporate systems and financial performance.
  • Presented financial performance and special projects analysis at quarterly Board Meetings.
  • Advised management on operational adjustments to improve financial performance.
  • Analyze financial performance and implement effective improvements.
  • Served as main contact for communication with the lending institutions regarding the company's financial performance and covenant compliance.
  • Coordinate, analyze and report the financial performance to Management and Board of Directors.
  • Organized monthly financial meetings with corporate staff and owners to discuss financial performance.
  • Review financial performance of portfolio with Owner/CEO.
  • Improved financial performance and transparency: Improved consolidated gross margins by 6% through material purchasing productivity (lean).
  • Coordinated the development of strategic plan and forecast Monitored strategic and financial performance Managed the divisional accounting function

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32. Close Process

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Here's how Close Process is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Developed monthly quick close process to allow for financial analysis approximately 10 days earlier than previously performed.
  • Streamlined procedures and methodologies and implemented a monthly General Ledger and Financial Statement close process.
  • Developed and implemented both monthly and quarterly close process and financial reporting controls.
  • Streamlined financial close process from 15 to 10 working days, which resulted in, increased productivity of accounting department.
  • Devised and implemented an automated consolidation, reporting and close process for Global Operations Finance (GOF) organization.
  • Direct the financial close process for the North American IB division of the bank, including the consolidation process.
  • Manage the accounting personnel and the monthly close process to ensure accuracy and timeliness of the financial results.
  • Streamlined monthly close process from 3 weeks to 1 week, and improved close accuracy by 50%.
  • Upgraded team and led team to stabilize accounting close process taking 10 days out of close process.
  • Reduced the accounting close period by 1 day and also improved accuracy of the close process.
  • Developed a global month end calendar to streamline and manage the month end close process.
  • Accelerated the close process from 5 days to 1 day over a 5-month period.
  • Manage month-end close process, verify accuracy of the general ledger and record accruals.
  • Reduced the monthly close processing time while reducing the staffing level by 25%.
  • Implemented formal monthly close process reducing monthly close from 18 to 5 business days.
  • Streamlined and standardized period end close process from 15 to 4 work days.
  • Facilitate month end accounting close process & Budgeting and P&L responsibility.
  • Assist in the general ledger month end and quarter end accounting close process.
  • Led month, quarter, and year-end close processes with a hands-on approach.
  • Decreased the company month end close process from 15 days to 5 days.

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33. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Identified operational deficiencies and made recommendations to management for remediation, resulting in improved compliance, customer service, and efficiency.
  • Installed computer systems and implemented new customer service and credit divisions to improve efficiency across the organization.
  • Developed Quality Control division - increased customer service and customer satisfaction.
  • Result of centralization improved customer service and inventory turns.
  • Increased Customer Service response times increasing customer satisfaction.
  • Monitor quality control and customer service.
  • Manage the financial, accounting and customer service functions for an importer/wholesaler generating annual sales in excess of $30 million.
  • Deconstructed and rebuilt dysfunctional finance team with low morale and poor customer service into world class respected finance professionals.
  • Coordinate with accounts receivable, credit & collections, and customer service teams.
  • Accepted additional responsibilities as interim manager of Customer Service (30 associates).
  • Attained 35% sales increase by creating a new customer service follow-up program.
  • Acted as liaison between customer service reporting division and third party provider.
  • Supervised the WOW Foods contracted customer service representative who lives in Florida.
  • Managed customer service and claims activities and licensing for companies and individuals.
  • Implemented an active customer service approach for all finance staff globally.
  • Improved customer service with on-time delivery improving 600 basis points.
  • Resolve customer service issues with manufacturers and clients.
  • Coached managers in customer service issues.
  • Developed HubSatellite site concept which enabled site administration and customer service functions to be consolidated generating [ ] savings.
  • Spearheaded the purchase of new accounting/customer service software dramatically improving efficiencies.

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34. Internal Controls

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Here's how Internal Controls is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Preformed internal controls audits, provided departmental training and evaluated employee performance to assure improvement of all employees under my supervision.
  • Strengthened internal controls for hiring, capital expenditures, leasing, and operational expenses by developing and establishing spending authority levels.
  • Managed financial reporting, budgeting, and internal controls for non-profit operations in alignment with regulatory guidelines and strategic plan.
  • Finance Leadership responsibilities included setting strategic direction, ensuring a strong system of internal controls and building an engaged team.
  • Worked closely with divisional controllers to design internal controls, establish timely financial reporting and manage treasury needs.
  • Instituted finance and accounting policy/procedures for a start-up media company to safeguard assets through compliance with internal controls.
  • Established confidence in financial reports by dramatically improving month-end procedures and implementing consistent accounting policies and internal controls.
  • Maintained an up-to-date understanding of generally accepted accounting principles, tax legislation, regulations and internal controls.
  • Led team in ensuring internal controls over financial reporting for multiple legacy/mainframe applications and Oracle based applications.
  • Establish and ensure effective internal controls over accounting and regulatory reporting and ensure reporting accuracy and integrity.
  • Improved internal controls across segment and recognized by executive management for changing the internal controls culture.
  • Implemented internal controls and operational process improvements including internal audit testing for accountability and efficiency.
  • Ensured internal controls were in place and operating effectively leading to consistently clean audit reports.
  • Managed and mitigated risk by continually evaluating and improving internal controls, policies and procedures.
  • Established financial policy and procedures including internal controls, process, and system management.
  • Evaluated internal controls and trained business process owners to implement improvements and policy changes.
  • Developed and implemented cost accounting procedures and internal controls for new product development.
  • Monitor compliance with internal controls and adherence to accounting procedures and company policy.
  • Ensured internal controls satisfied SOX requirements and were consistently applied across all divisions.
  • Ensured compliance with internal controls and manage relationships with internal and external auditors.

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35. Financial Systems

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Here's how Financial Systems is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Executed a Corporation-wide chart of accounts initiative using Oracle financial systems educating/communicating with department heads impact of changes on budgets/forecasts.
  • Directed all departmental operations of financial reporting, corporate accounting, payroll, financial systems, and international accounting.
  • Transitioned legacy financial systems to PeopleSoft billing and general ledger.
  • Supervised Business Planning, Accounting, Treasury, Stock Loan/Stock Borrow, Financial Systems, Mergers & Acquisitions and Facilities functions.
  • Manage and direct all financial systems, procedures and practices as well as IT systems for the present and future subsidiaries.
  • Consolidated financial data for a company that was a roll up of eight small businesses, each with different financial systems.
  • Maintained financial systems and assets for two divisions with five profit centers with annual revenue of $14M combined.
  • Supervised staff responsible for Accounting, Financial Systems, Accounts and Capitation payable, and Financial Reporting and Operations.
  • Managed the conversion of core data processing systems for Mutual Bank from Arum Technologies to Fidelity Integrated Financial Systems.
  • Developed and implemented financial systems, policies, and procedures to support Company during start-up and early stages.
  • Maintained appropriate financial systems, including manufacturing costing, general ledger, cash control, and tax compliance.
  • Launched an integrated budgeting tool and transitioned legacy financial systems to PeopleSoft billing and G/L.
  • Led financial systems team responsible for budgeting, reporting tools and transaction processing.
  • Directed an implementation team in installing ORACLE 11i financial systems in five subsidiaries.
  • Integrated financial systems, asset valuation and month-end close of acquired company.
  • Implemented SAP financial systems worldwide reducing worldwide closing process to two days.
  • Established cost accounting standards, financial systems, and best practices.
  • Selected and consolidated new financial systems (McCormick & Dodge).
  • Organized and supervised technology team responsible for proprietary financial systems software/ hardware from inception to implementation.
  • Project manager chartered with implementing new financial systems internally and for Metavante clients.

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36. Financial Management

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Here's how Financial Management is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Created reconciliation system allowing company to manage and account for millions in residual income from Insurance and Financial management product sales.
  • Directed financial operation while providing strategic financial management and leadership for all finance, accounting and treasury activities.
  • Provided financial planning and analysis and coordinated financial reporting and segment-level financial management information.
  • Received special commendation from Community Health Accreditation Program for insightful financial management.
  • Managed the financial management and IT of manufacturing and retail operations.
  • Administered all financial management systems and evaluated/ integrated new applications.
  • Assumed financial management of existing entities and departments.
  • Developed highly skilled accounting and financial management teams.
  • Designed and maintained company financial management systems.
  • Trained new managers on financial management principles.
  • Implemented business and financial management systems.
  • Provided all financial management reports.
  • Entrusted to lead the accounting and finance matters including corporate strategy, budgeting and management control as well as financial management.
  • Directed financial management function for strategic new business venture with $8M annual revenue.
  • Key member of steering team for Hyperion Financial Management across the global organization.
  • Developed and updated a set of financial management and board reports.
  • Engaged in financial management, planning, and analysis.
  • Key Accomplishments VP of Financial Management, Georgia Lottery Corp.

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37. Parent Company

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Here's how Parent Company is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Invited by parent company to present revenue forecasting methodologies at Annual Americas Financial Leadership Conference.
  • Developed sophisticated, integrated financial reporting models for international needs (Australian parent company).
  • Supervised Client Accounting operations in Louisville and coordinated all financial activities with parent company.
  • Consolidated three subsidiary companies' financial results for presentation to parent company.
  • Provided timely and accurate financial reporting to the Swedish parent company.
  • Downsized all finance/administration functions for integration with the parent company.
  • Compiled financial data for disclosure at parent company level.
  • Supported integration of manufacturing operations in/around parent company acquisitions.
  • Developed annual Business Plan Review with parent company.
  • Compiled monthly financial reporting package for parent company.
  • Coordinated banking relationships with parent company.
  • Managed the department through important milestones including; spin-off/carve out from parent company, IPO and initial year SEC reporting.
  • Participated in all activities that dealt with the financial direction of the company and its relationship with parent company VECO.
  • Compiled, reported and analyzed financial results for Senior Management at the Mortgage Company and parent company, IBERIABANK.
  • Interacted with and presented information to CEO and CFO, as well as senior management of parent company.
  • Implemented tax planning strategies that allowed parent company to utilize $50 million of expiring tax credits.
  • Supervised and maintained the formal corporate financial records for the parent company and its subsidiaries.
  • Received working capital award from parent company for successful management of Firm's working capital.
  • Ensured compliance with parent company accounting standards and passed all internal audit reviews.
  • Mitigated risk of borrowing from parent company and ensured accurate forecasting by generating 13-week cash flow projections.

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38. Journal Entries

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Here's how Journal Entries is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Utilized expertise in general accounting including accounts payable/receivables, general ledger, journal entries and internal audits.
  • Prepare journal entries for day-to-day operations, analyzing accounts and making necessary adjustments.
  • Reviewed and approved journal entries and monthly reconciliations.
  • Zero based Public Accounting journal entries and delivered Audited Statements to the Board of Directors on time and with no adjustments.
  • Worked with treasury team to obtain board approval and execute, including recording necessary journal entries, for inter-entity dividend transactions.
  • Prepared closing journal entries, entered, reviewed South Texas journals; I also approved all OKC journals.
  • Maintained a direct relationship with the Account Manager and discussed all journal entries proposed by the firm.
  • Used Integration Module for Excel to provide automatic uploads of general journal entries into financial software systems.
  • Supervised a team in performing quarterly close of recurring and adjusting journal entries for REIT funds.
  • Book keeping including journal entries, account reconciliation, year-end account adjustment under trial balance etc.
  • Prepared journal entries and reconciled Cost of Goods Sold (COGS) ledger accounts.
  • Arranged closing journal entries for sold properties and worked with lenders on property substitutions.
  • Maintain accounting ledgers including monthly review of all reconciliations and journal entries.
  • Prepare and review general ledger activity, journal entries, and accruals.
  • Prepared film amortization schedules and journal entries to amortize.
  • Prepared and posted all accounting general ledger journal entries.
  • Prepare journal entries for acquisitions and dispositions.
  • Reduced the number of monthly journal entries by 50% (2186 to 1276).
  • Prepared and entered journal entries for daily bank reconciliations, accounts payables and accounts receivables ensuring 100% cash accuracy.
  • Reduced post soft-close adjustments by 74% by automating each process in excel and reducing manual manipulation of journal entries.

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39. IPO

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Here's how IPO is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Prepared S-1 registration statement, Board reporting and presentations, and budgeting and forecasting for post-IPO entity.
  • Launched initiative to prepare company for planned IPO, including required reporting, controls and systems.
  • Recruited by CEO to lead an IPO and to position the company for rapid growth.
  • Authored all financial sections of prospectus and S-1 registration statements for the company's IPO.
  • Upgraded management team to prepare for expanded responsibilities in advance of the company's IPO.
  • Managed financial planning and analysis, reporting, external audit and SEC filing including IPO.
  • Led financial reporting team/activities that resulted in a $250MM IPO and secondary offerings.
  • Groomed organization for capital restructuring, venture capital investment, and IPO.
  • Worked with investment brokers to develop IPO.
  • Worked through a successful NASDAQ IPO raising US$70mil.
  • Direct supervisory role over pre-IPO activities involving the accounting and financial reporting departments.
  • NYSE-listed public company, after an IPO.Led financial, accounting, treasury, credit, and information system activities.
  • Assisted auditors, legal counsel, and investment banks on pre-IPO work including draft of S-1 and S-8.
  • Managed advisors and communication with the SEC related to S-1 filings for IPO in 2011 and 2013.
  • Created IPO offering document that the SEC called "sterling ".

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40. Special Projects

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Here's how Special Projects is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Retained following acquisition to oversee 4 legal entity general ledgers and spearhead special projects.
  • Performed special projects and internal consulting assignments.
  • Managed special projects for parent company Hexagon.
  • Act as End to End Change Integration Lead for business stakeholders on special projects requiring implementation of a new process.
  • Perform special projects as needed in order to serve as a business partner to field operations.
  • Assisted the Controller with special projects and distribution of reports.
  • Completed special projects and analysis for all levels of management.
  • Work on various special projects as assigned to me.
  • Managed a wide range of special projects.
  • Supervised the activities of special projects, analyzed results and implemented corrective actions by investigating metric deviation from forecasted results.
  • Performed a variety of special projects, including: Assisting with the filing of S-3 registration statements.
  • Perform high-level analytics of GRC metrics and reporting as well as special projects.
  • Assisted Rabobank Finance and Treasurer's departments with special projects as needed.
  • Worked on special projects and ad hoc reporting for management.
  • Completed numerous studies and special projects throughout diverse areas involving technology services, transition planning, performance measurement and operational risk.
  • Managed Finance function * Responsible for all regulatory reporting * Managed Deposit Operations * Facilities management * Compliance officer * Special projects

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41. Financial Controls

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Here's how Financial Controls is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Performed Business Process Reviews to refine operational understanding and financial controls for core processes such as vendor contracts and pharmacy rebates.
  • Re-engineered processes and procedures within Charities organization as they relate to financial controls, strategic planning and operations.
  • Worked with principles to ensure appropriate financial controls and budgeting met business requirements.
  • Created, developed and implemented internal financial controls & procedures specific to workplace.
  • Compiled Accounting manuals and procedures, improving internal financial controls.
  • Established financial controls, reporting methodology and accounting processes.
  • Facilitated various internal financial controls related conferences and seminars.
  • Re-established company's business and financial controls.
  • Developed and implemented internal financial controls.
  • Improved financial controls over operations and inventory, enhancing cash flow and reducing inventory shrinkage by 60%.
  • Hired by President/CEO and Chairwoman to establish Financial Controls, Processes and Procedures from the ground floor.
  • Instituted financial controls that have supported revenue growth from $103 million to $250 million.
  • Directed, managed and provided leadership in the accounting and financial controls of the company.
  • Implemented all financial controls and internal production controls for the Credit Union Check Processing Division.
  • Directed the development of financial controls, accounting procedures and reporting for all new products.
  • Managed and developed financial controls; risks and business process for the US and worldwide.
  • Established 12 foreign subsidiaries including all local accounting, reporting and financial controls.
  • Established and administered financial controls, resulting in savings for the company.
  • Assisted the President and CEO regarding daily overall financial controls and operations.
  • Managed financial controls, policies, and procedures for automotive segment.

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42. Inventory Control

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Here's how Inventory Control is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Work closely with operations to instill a sense of ownership and accountability for inventory controls and accuracy.
  • Developed inventory control procedures and directed the successful physical count of inventory for year end.
  • Evaluated advanced inventory control methods including RFID and bar-coding including best practice site visits.
  • Initiated inventory control process over 7 distribution centers and 3 manufacturing facilities.
  • Managed inventory control and purchasing efforts.
  • Managed all financial, accounting, legal, inventory control, and purchasing functions of $6M nutritional supplements/consumer products manufacturer.
  • Managed accounting department, including warehouse accounting, inventory control, banking, and financial reporting.
  • Established and led a cross functional team to ensure inventory control to mitigate obsolescence and loss.
  • Gained critical experience in inventory control, physical inventory and closing of the books.
  • Managed all accounting functions, financing, credit and collections and inventory control.
  • Cost control, inventory control, internal control systems, import/export
  • Installed time-share real time unit inventory control system.
  • Maintained inventory control for 85 Dealerships as well
  • Managed all facets of accounting operations including AR, AP, Collections, Purchasing,Inventory Control, and Payroll.
  • Inventory Control: Own and drive quality, delivery, and inventory issues.

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43. Annual Sales

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Here's how Annual Sales is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Implemented new, more flexible business model, increasing annual sales from $200 to $300 Million in 2000.
  • Lead finance and accounting organization for company steel tank car manufacturing division with annual sales of $500M.
  • Company services, repairs, and modernizes elevators with annual sales of $15,000, 000.
  • Reported to the chief financial officer of a publicly held healthcare technology company with approximately $20 million in annual sales.
  • Managed financial and accounting functions for manufacturer/international distributor generating annual sales in excess of $180 million.
  • Prepare and monitor annual sales and capital expenditure projections as well as budgets for operating and administrative expenses.

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44. Financial Functions

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Here's how Financial Functions is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Rejuvenated all financial functions including budgeting/forecasting, income estimation, management and regulatory (FDIC, SEC) reporting.
  • Integrated financial functions of two acquired companies into corporate accounting infrastructure and operations.
  • Re-engineered financial functions creating more efficiency while maintaining headcount levels.
  • Managed administrative, accounting and financial functions.
  • Promoted to lead financial functions focusing on financial reporting and controls while serving as principal accounting officer for SEC purposes.
  • Standardized worldwide processes for most financial functions.
  • Managed all of the financial functions of computer sales and leasing company with annual revenue of $100 million.
  • Directed all commercial and financial functions for the integration and relocation of a $10.0MM leisure products acquisition.

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45. Treasury Functions

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Here's how Treasury Functions is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Headed capital/treasury functions, including bank relationship management, debt compliance, cash and liquidity management, and liquidity forecasting.
  • Established and managed treasury functions and banking relationships for global company.
  • Reported to Chairman and Chief Financial Officer, supervised a team of fifteen, responsible for all accounting and treasury functions.
  • Led all company-wide financial planning, budgeting, forecasting, reporting, analysis, risk management, and treasury functions.
  • Direct all aspects of the accounting, financial reporting and treasury functions (consisting of six finance personnel).
  • Directed accounting and financial reporting, SEC reporting, FP&A, audits, tax and treasury functions.
  • Provided day to day management of financial, construction, real estate and treasury functions including Risk Management.
  • Performed cash flow management functions on a world-wide basis, including funds availability and other treasury functions.
  • Perform Treasury functions involving Banking Relations, Lines of Credit, and Monthly Borrowing Base Report.
  • Managed banking relationships for corporate treasury functions and debt portfolio in excess of $220 million.
  • Negotiated bank lines of credit, daily banking, treasury functions, and covenant revisions.
  • Key member of executive team responsible for all finance and treasury functions.
  • Directed all accounting and treasury functions for this $40 million US.
  • Performed treasury functions including: foreign exchange and daily cash management.
  • Managed the budgeting, accounting and treasury functions of the bank.
  • Continue to handle treasury functions, financial analysis and business modeling.
  • Centralized accounting and treasury functions in Wilmington, Maitland and Amarillo locations.
  • Optimized the assets of a subsidiary of Wachovia Bank and led the financial reporting and treasury functions.

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46. UK

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Here's how UK is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Coordinated with UK Parent's Corporate Finance Department on US Divisional reporting requirements in connection with new UK Accounting Standards.
  • Set up the books and reports for the first US subsidiary of the UK parent public company.
  • Assigned to UK headquarters in London for two years, simultaneously managing US and UK operations.
  • Created London (UK) subsidiary and provided all financial reporting and support for that operation
  • Coordinate with UK and Australia risk functions to ensure consistency in risk reporting and practices.
  • Prepared SEC reports on Forms 10-K and 10-Q and Statutory filings in the UK.
  • Assisted in the formations of both a Canadian subsidiary and a UK branch.
  • Planned and executed start up and business development efforts in Australia and UK.
  • Interfaced with US and UK public accountants, governmental and regulatory bodies.
  • Managed staff of +12 employees directly.A-America Inc - Tukwila, Washington $100M Rev/ 100+ employees

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47. MIS

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Here's how MIS is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Coordinated annual financial statement audits resulting in favorable opinions and no material errors, omissions or identified deficiencies.
  • Coordinated efforts with president and senior management on development and implementation of incentive compensation plans for commissioned employees.
  • Provide thought leadership by identifying mission critical operating objectives, appropriate implementation approaches, and performance metrics.
  • Streamlined operations at Mississippi factory, adjusting production line to reduce scrap material output.
  • Negotiated with insurance companies on commission advances and debt forgiveness for production thresholds.
  • Created Termination Proposal Settlement for submission to prime contractors on terminated DOD programs.
  • Created automated commission statements and incentive plans for salespersons and billable consultants.
  • Allocated expenses; calculated commissions, depreciation and fixed asset analysis.
  • Coordinated financial aspects of regulatory surveys including Joint Commission and CARF.
  • Calculated departmental profits for computation of monthly commissions and bonuses.
  • Charged with revitalizing a firm troubled by financial mismanagement.
  • Prepared monthly sales commission reports and merchandising reports.
  • Redesigned contract administration, royalty and commission programs.
  • Reviewed and approved on various miscellaneous expenses.
  • Reviewed costing data used in proposal submissions.
  • Implemented a successful integrated decommissioning approach.
  • Co-developed commission and incentive compensation plans.
  • Coordinated and negotiated Incurred Cost Submissions.
  • Reviewed all submissions for reasonableness.
  • Provided risk management, including insurance coverage for general liability, health, worker's compensation, and errors and omissions.

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48. Investment Strategies

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Here's how Investment Strategies is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Developed investment strategies and participated in the investment acquisition decision process.
  • Completed financial analysis of Company cash flow, investment strategies, banking relationships and debt management.

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50. DSO

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Here's how DSO is used in Controller, Vice President jobs:
  • Increased overall cash flow by $1M+ by increasing profitability and reducing on-hand inventory, DSO, and prioritizing cash management.
  • Retrained/refocused staff efforts to bring DSO down from 57 to 43, significantly improving cash flow by $2,000,000.
  • Created metrics and processes to improve profitability, increase cash, reduce DSO, manage inventory and cut taxes.
  • Achieved a 20% decrease in DSO for a diverse customer base during challenging economic environment from 2009-2010.
  • Centralized billing function reducing DSO from 52 days to 44 days and improving cash flow by 18%.
  • Analyzed customer credit-worthiness, established credit limits up to $1M and reduced DSO by 14 days.
  • Reduced DSO year over year by 10-15% and experienced below industry average bad debt adjustments.
  • Reduced days sales outstanding (DSO) from 58 to 39 days using aggressive collection methods.
  • Reorganized and designed government billing process to achieve best in class 35 day improvement in DSO.
  • Implemented accounting software enhancing reporting and cash flow - Reduced DSO by 50% percent.
  • Managed billing and collections process; sustained 50 days sales outstanding (DSO).
  • Reduced company's DSO from 60+ days to 35 days outstanding.
  • Improved DSO by six days, which is the equivalent of $2 million per year in cash flow.
  • Reduced DSO by 8 days: Issued a 2% discount for payment of Net 15.
  • Coordinated efforts to reduce DSO from 23.2 days in 1995 to 20.7 days in 1996.
  • Reduced DSO from 72 days to 29 days over 18 months.
  • Reduced DSO from 85 days to 59 days.
  • Reduced DSO from 47 to 43 days.
  • Chase Manhattan of the Mid Hudson Accountant for a 6 Branch Bank Operation Chase Corporation - Overseas Branch Accounting General Accounting Clerk
  • Key Part of contractor team that negotiated language and terms for Hudson Valley and Fairfield County area wide local SEIU agreement.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Controller, Vice President

Financial Statements34.2%
Ensure Compliance9.3%
External Auditors9%
General Ledger Accounts4.8%
Regulatory Reports4.7%
Human Resources4.1%
Due Diligence3.4%
Gaap3.3%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Controller, Vice President

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Financial Statements
Financial Statements
26.2%
26.2%
2
2
Ensure Compliance
Ensure Compliance
7.1%
7.1%
3
3
External Auditors
External Auditors
6.9%
6.9%
4
4
General Ledger Accounts
General Ledger Accounts
3.7%
3.7%
5
5
Regulatory Reports
Regulatory Reports
3.6%
3.6%
6
6
Human Resources
Human Resources
3.1%
3.1%
7
7
Due Diligence
Due Diligence
2.6%
2.6%
8
8
Gaap
Gaap
2.5%
2.5%
9
9
Equity
Equity
2.1%
2.1%
10
10
Annual Budget
Annual Budget
1.9%
1.9%
11
11
Oversight
Oversight
1.9%
1.9%
12
12
Revenue Growth
Revenue Growth
1.8%
1.8%
13
13
SOX
SOX
1.8%
1.8%
14
14
Balance Sheet
Balance Sheet
1.8%
1.8%
15
15
Business Units
Business Units
1.7%
1.7%
16
16
Income Tax Returns
Income Tax Returns
1.6%
1.6%
17
17
Sarbanes-Oxley
Sarbanes-Oxley
1.6%
1.6%
18
18
Risk Management
Risk Management
1.5%
1.5%
19
19
A/P
A/P
1.5%
1.5%
20
20
ERP
ERP
1.5%
1.5%
21
21
Information Technology
Information Technology
1.4%
1.4%
22
22
Real Estate
Real Estate
1.4%
1.4%
23
23
Annual Audit
Annual Audit
1.3%
1.3%
24
24
Direct Reports
Direct Reports
1.3%
1.3%
25
25
Cost Savings
Cost Savings
1.2%
1.2%
26
26
Variance Analysis
Variance Analysis
1.1%
1.1%
27
27
Revenue Recognition
Revenue Recognition
1%
1%
28
28
Audit Procedures
Audit Procedures
1%
1%
29
29
CPA
CPA
0.9%
0.9%
30
30
Executive Management
Executive Management
0.9%
0.9%
31
31
Financial Performance
Financial Performance
0.8%
0.8%
32
32
Close Process
Close Process
0.8%
0.8%
33
33
Customer Service
Customer Service
0.8%
0.8%
34
34
Internal Controls
Internal Controls
0.8%
0.8%
35
35
Financial Systems
Financial Systems
0.7%
0.7%
36
36
Financial Management
Financial Management
0.7%
0.7%
37
37
Parent Company
Parent Company
0.7%
0.7%
38
38
Journal Entries
Journal Entries
0.6%
0.6%
39
39
IPO
IPO
0.6%
0.6%
40
40
Special Projects
Special Projects
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
Financial Controls
Financial Controls
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
Inventory Control
Inventory Control
0.5%
0.5%
43
43
Annual Sales
Annual Sales
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
Financial Functions
Financial Functions
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
Treasury Functions
Treasury Functions
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
UK
UK
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
MIS
MIS
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
Investment Strategies
Investment Strategies
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
Legal Entities
Legal Entities
0.5%
0.5%
50
50
DSO
DSO
0.4%
0.4%

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