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  • Making Decisions and Solving Problems
  • Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates
  • Resolving Conflicts and Negotiating with Others
  • Scheduling Work and Activities
  • Getting Information
  • $93,067

    Average Salary

What Does A Controls Manager Do At Microsoft Corporation

* Ownership of accounting activities for M&A acquired subsidiaries.
* Effectively partner and coordinate with Venture Integration (VI), Tax, Legal, Treasury, Finance Business Integration, Engineering Group Controllerships, and Corporate Accounting to deliver successful acquisition integrations.
* Assist Deal Lead with setup of newly acquired entities, developing a strong understanding of the integration plan and how it fits into Microsoft’s strategy and business plans.
* Establish a stable financial interface process to record acquired subsidiaries results.
* Perform statutory controllership activities for assigned acquired subsidiaries.
* Serve as knowledge source/liaison for acquired subsidiaries and other extended M&A teams in MS Policy, procedures and tools, as well as training, communication, and accounting guidance.
* Effectively partner with Legal, Tax, and Engineering Group Controllerships on the termination/deregistration of domestic and international legal entities.
* Assist in the development of new tools and procedures to increase efficiency and/or improve processes and controls.
* Respond effectively to requests for ad-hoc financial information and provide interpretation, clarification, and training as needed

What Does A Controls Manager Do At McKesson

* Performing periodic reviews to validate the operating effectiveness of internal controls and business processes, reviewing audit methodology and best practices
* Support inquiries from Internal Audit, External Audit, Accounting, Risk Control Group and others.
* Tasks include pulling supporting documentation, suggesting alternative testing methods, explaining business transactions and process flows, etc.
* Preparing and managing metric reporting for internal customers
* Special projects, providing information and support to internal customers
* Employee development, project planning, training, other administrative tasks, company initiatives, etc

What Does A Controls Manager Do At Aramark

* Manage purchase order and inventory control process
* Ensure a high level of service to AUS customers through product availability while maintaining effective control over the related costs
* Review orders for accuracy, pricing, and establish market center reorder levels to align inventory with targeted turn rates
* Hire, train, and coach all stockroom staff to ensure proper standards are followed
* Coordinate all merchandise order activity with Supply Chain department and the Distribution Centers

What Does A Controls Manager Do At MWH

* Ensure project controls are implemented, trained and executed according to company policies and procedures for all projects within the eastern District.
* Create and monitor program and project budgets, cash flow projections, and forecasts.
* Learn and implement effective change order management and claims prevention strategies to promote efficient communication with clients and within MWH.
* Work with the project team to analyze, assess and implement a claims prevention and mitigation policy, in support of the corporate Risk Management team.
* Claims analysis.
* Develop, manage, update, and monitor individual project schedules
* Ensure that project schedules comply with Contract requirements and meet MWH’s standards.
* Create reports to assist the project team in proactive schedule management, client reports, and executive-level reports.
* Create and manage resource and cost-loaded schedules.
* Conduct change order analysis and management.
* Work in a manner to ensure your personal safety and that of fellow employees by following company health and safety guidelines and policies.
* Title:
* District Project Controls Manager

What Does A Controls Manager Do At The University of Texas Medical Branch

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* Maintain cost reports, which include updating construction budget and spent-to-date costs, updating cost projections, updating cash flow projections and updating, reviewing and publishing monthly reports.
* Develop, manage, and maintain approved project delivery applications in support of project quality control.
* Prepare graphs, diagrams, statistical reports and other exhibits to illustrate cost status and forecast requirements for leadership reporting.
* Reviews change orders for contractual compliance and makes recommendations for approval.
* Perform analytical review and arithmetic checks of cost reporting documentation, including change orders and requests for add services.
* Accumulate and access historical data for use in maintaining a realistic basis for future planning and forecasting of UTMB Design and Construction projects.
* Provide guidance, direction, and specialized assistance to others in the identification and resolution of project control issues and issues involving contractual requirements and department processes.
* Adhere to internal controls and reporting structure
* Perform related duties as required

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How To Become A Controls Manager

Large construction firms increasingly prefer candidates with both construction experience and a bachelor’s degree in a construction-related field. While some individuals with a high school diploma and many years of experience in a construction trade may be hired as construction managers, these individuals are typically qualified to become self-employed general contractors.

Education

It is becoming increasingly important for construction managers to have a bachelor’s degree in construction science, construction management, architecture, or engineering. As construction processes become more complex, employers are placing greater importance on specialized education.

More than 100 colleges and universities offer accredited bachelor’s degree programs in construction science, building science, or construction engineering. These programs include courses in project control and management, design, construction methods and materials, cost estimation, building codes and standards, and contract administration. Courses in mathematics and statistics are also relevant.

More than fifty 2-year colleges offer construction management or construction technology programs. An associate’s degree combined with work experience is typical for managers who supervise smaller projects.  

A few universities offer master’s degree programs in construction management.

Those with a high school diploma and several years of relevant work experience may qualify to become a construction manager, although most are qualified to become self-employed general contractors.

Training

New construction managers are typically hired as assistants and work under the guidance of an experienced manager. This training period may last several months to several years, depending on the firm.

Work Experience

If the typical education is not obtained, practical construction experience is important for jobseekers, because it reduces the need for initial on-the-job training. Internships, cooperative education programs, and previous work in the construction industry can provide that experience. Some construction managers become qualified solely through extensive construction experience, spending many years in carpentry, masonry, or other construction specialties.

Licenses, Certifications, and Registrations

Although not required, certification is becoming increasingly important for construction managers. Certification is valuable because it can demonstrate knowledge and experience.

The Construction Management Association of America awards the Certified Construction Manager (CCM) designation to workers who have the required experience and who pass a technical exam. It is recommended that applicants for this certification complete a self-study course that covers the professional role of a construction manager, legal issues, the allocation of risk, and other topics related to construction management.

The American Institute of Constructors awards the Associate Constructor (AC) and Certified Professional Constructor (CPC) designations to candidates who meet its requirements and pass the appropriate construction exams.

Some states require licensure for construction managers. For more information, contact your state licensing board.

Important Qualities

Analytical skills. Most managers plan a project strategy, handle unexpected issues and delays, and solve problems that arise over the course of the project. In addition, many managers use cost-estimating and planning software to determine costs and the materials and time required to complete projects.

Business skills. Construction managers address budget matters and coordinate and supervise workers. Choosing competent staff and establishing good working relationships with them is critical.

Customer-service skills. Construction managers are in constant contact with owners, inspectors, and the public. They must form good working relationships with these people and ensure their needs are met.

Decisionmaking skills. Construction managers choose personnel and subcontractors for specific tasks and jobs. Often, these choices must be made quickly to meet deadlines and budgets.

Initiative. Self-employed construction managers generate their business opportunities and must be proactive in finding new clients. They often market their services and bid on jobs, and they must also learn to perform special home improvement projects, such as installing mosaic glass tiles, sanding wood floors, and insulating homes.

Leadership skills. Managers must effectively delegate tasks to construction workers, subcontractors, and other lower level managers.

Speaking skills. Managers must give clear orders, explain complex information to construction workers and clients, and discuss technical details with other building specialists, such as architects. Self-employed construction managers must get their own projects, so the need to sell their services to potential clients is critical.

Technical skills. Managers must know construction methods and technologies, and must be able to interpret contracts and technical drawings.

Time-management skills. Construction managers must meet deadlines. They ensure that construction phases are completed on time so that the next phase can begin as scheduled. For instance, a building’s foundation cannot be constructed until the land is completely excavated.

Writing skills. Construction managers must write proposals, plans, and budgets, as well as document the progress of the work for clients and others involved in the building process.

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Controls Manager Demographics

Gender

  • Male

    68.1%
  • Female

    29.6%
  • Unknown

    2.3%

Ethnicity

  • White

    77.8%
  • Hispanic or Latino

    10.7%
  • Asian

    8.2%
  • Unknown

    2.5%
  • Black or African American

    0.9%
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Languages Spoken

  • Spanish

    41.3%
  • French

    15.1%
  • German

    6.4%
  • Italian

    4.7%
  • Russian

    4.1%
  • Turkish

    3.5%
  • Greek

    2.9%
  • Portuguese

    2.9%
  • Japanese

    2.9%
  • Arabic

    2.9%
  • Mandarin

    2.3%
  • Chinese

    2.3%
  • Swedish

    1.7%
  • Carrier

    1.7%
  • Korean

    1.2%
  • Dari

    1.2%
  • Armenian

    1.2%
  • Romanian

    0.6%
  • Cheyenne

    0.6%
  • Zulu

    0.6%
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Real Controls Manager Salaries

Job Title Company Location Start Date Salary
Project Controls Manager RCF Management LLC Denver, CO Sep 19, 2015 $275,000
Director, Product Control Manager Barclays Services Corp New York, NY Jul 22, 2015 $218,774
Project Controls Manager (PCM) Technip USA, Inc. Houston, TX May 05, 2016 $200,000
Principal Project Controls Manager Technip USA, Inc. Houston, TX Aug 18, 2014 $200,000
Valuation Control Manager HSBC Securities (USA) Inc. New York, NY Jun 26, 2015 $182,957
Project Controls Manager Bechtel Oil, Gas & Chemicals, Inc. Houston, TX Sep 24, 2013 $181,770
Project Controls Manager Cockram Construction Inc. Social Circle, GA Jul 23, 2014 $181,565
Manager, Control and Motion Planning Faraday &Amp; Future Inc. Santa Clara, CA Aug 15, 2016 $180,000
Project Controls Manager Cockram Construction Inc. Covington, GA Feb 11, 2013 $177,150
Project Controls Manager Cockram Construction Inc. Social Circle, GA Nov 24, 2014 $176,973
Project Controls Manager Cockram Construction Inc. Covington, GA Jan 28, 2013 $173,880
Operations Risk and Controls Manager Google, Inc. Mountain View, CA Apr 30, 2016 $168,500
Operations Risk and Control Manager Google Inc. Mountain View, CA Jun 07, 2016 $168,500
Lead Project Controls Manager Faithful+Gould, Inc. San Francisco, CA Aug 23, 2016 $130,000
Project Controls Manager Cockram Construction Inc. South San Francisco, CA May 01, 2013 $130,000
Product Control Manager Citigroup Global Markets Inc. Houston, TX Jun 15, 2016 $130,000
Operational Risk Controls Manager, Electronic Paym Google Inc. Mountain View, CA May 12, 2014 $130,000
Product Control Manager SMBC Capital Markets, Inc. New York, NY Jan 25, 2016 $130,000 -
$150,000
Business Control Manager Citibank, N.A. Irving, TX Feb 25, 2015 $130,000
Programmable Logic Control Manager Seung Kwang LLC Montgomery, GA May 18, 2016 $105,934
Powertrain Controls Manager IAV Automotive Engineering Inc. Auburn Hills, MI Oct 15, 2014 $105,070
Lead Project Controls Manager Faithful+Gould, Inc. San Francisco, CA Sep 10, 2015 $105,000 -
$130,000
Project Controls Manager Cockram Construction Inc. Thousand Oaks, CA Jan 24, 2014 $105,000
Lead Project Controls Manager Faithful+Gould, Inc. San Francisco, CA Aug 23, 2016 $104,853 -
$133,000
Manager Controlling Continental Automotive Systems Holding Us, Inc. Dearborn, MI Oct 29, 2014 $103,810 -
$137,055

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Top Skills for A Controls Manager

ProceduresFinancialStatementsEnsureComplianceProjectControlsInternalAuditSafetyProjectManagementFacilityPayrollResourceOversightCostControlCustomerServiceLogisticsProjectScheduleSOXLossSuperviseManagementSystemInternalControls

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Top Controls Manager Skills

  1. Procedures
  2. Financial Statements
  3. Ensure Compliance
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Developed Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for seven logistic teams located at four different locations in two different countries.
  • Led ongoing audit activities with external and internal auditors and annual audit of consolidated financial statements.
  • Implement business procedures to ensure compliance with University policy.
  • Managed project controls in support of Capital Projects for a regulated utility.
  • Plan and conduct internal audits and reviews to include document review, interviewing requirements gathering and reporting.

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