Division Controller

Top Division Controller Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Division Controller. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Division Controller resumes they appeared on. For example, 30.6% of Division Controller resumes contained Financial Statements as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Division Controller actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Division Controller 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 Division Controller jobs:
  • Managed monthly financial statements for the semiconductor ceramic operations and implemented strategic financial initiatives designed to enhance financial profitability.
  • Consolidated monthly internal global financial statements with management discussion & analysis.
  • Consolidated financial statements and reporting for multiple lines of business.
  • Developed formal closing procedures required to prepare monthly financial statements.
  • Prepared financial statements and operating reports.
  • Prepare timely and accurate financial statements.
  • Prepare and analyzed monthly financial statements.
  • Served as effective liaison with Big 4 Audit Firm and Internal Audit Department, ensuring clear communication of Division Financial Statements.
  • Created a consolidated financial reporting package, drafted the financial statements and disclosures, and coordinated the year-end audit.
  • Produced monthly financial statements for division with multiple business units with gross sales in excess of $150 million.
  • Prepare month end financial statements including income statement, balance sheet and statement of cash flows.
  • Analyze and review the month end financial statements and production statistics for nine business units.
  • Generated, analyzed, and reconciled financial statements and budgets including month end close.
  • Prepare month-end financial statements for Division (>$20M annual revenues).
  • Prepared the audited financial statements and associated footnotes for 10 joint ventures.
  • Reported quarterly financial statements for integration into corporate 10Q and 10K.
  • Prepare and review month end financial statements and journal entries.
  • Handled monthly financial statements, budgets, and cost accounting.
  • Reviewed pro-forma financial statements and accounting records, conducted management interviews and performed direction observations of assets and operations.
  • Prepare monthly journal entries, financial statements, monthly management reports, and maintain general ledger.

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2. General Ledger Accounts

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Here's how General Ledger Accounts is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Established controls and procedures for timely reconciliation of general ledger accounts.
  • Reconciled general ledger accounts and had responsibility for making correcting entries.
  • Reconcile and analyze general ledger accounts for reasonableness and accuracy.
  • Analyzed and maintained general ledger accounts.
  • Oversee gift card accounting function for portfolio of 135 malls ensuring accuracy of general ledger accounts in JD Edwards.
  • Maintained all aspects of the General Ledger including month-end closing and accruals and analysis of general ledger accounts.
  • Investigated and resolved discrepancies in monthly bank accounts and general ledger accounts while under tight deadlines.
  • Prepare and download journal entries, review financial statements, and reconcile all general ledger accounts.
  • Evaluate various general ledger accounts and reports.

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3. External Auditors

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Here's how External Auditors is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Coordinated year-end audits with external auditors, implemented internal control procedures and developed direct cost reporting procedures.
  • Administered Sarbanes-Oxley compliance for monthly, quarterly and yearly requirements with internal and external auditors.
  • Coordinated quarterly reviews with external auditors and reported quarterly compliance under Sarbanes-Oxley.
  • Direct managerial contact for external auditors during year-end audit.
  • Prepared documentation for company s external auditors.
  • Facilitated communication with external auditors.
  • Implemented consistent month-end close binders for plant operations; relied upon by external auditors; resulting in no significant issues identified.
  • Analyzed financial results for reporting to management, corporate accounting team, Board of Directors and external auditors.
  • Worked with external auditors to complete quarterly reviews, annual audits and review SEC filings.
  • Establish good banking, supplier and customer relations and liaise with internal and external auditors.
  • Work directly with the external auditors with financial statement preparation of the annual audit.
  • Coordinated end of the year audits with the external auditors in countries.
  • Resolved $17million of inventory shrinkage to the satisfaction of external auditors.
  • Worked closely with the external auditors during quarterly and annual audits.
  • Worked directly with external auditors and corporate office on annual audits.
  • Worked with external auditors to complete audit and annual report.
  • Coordinated the annual year-end audit with external auditors.
  • Worked closely with internal and external auditors to provide information in a timely manner.
  • Prepare for the year-end audit with external auditors and Corporate staff in Montr al.
  • Completed the annual financials for division with no audit findings by external auditors.

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4. Annual Budget

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Here's how Annual Budget is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Coordinated the strategic business plans, annual budgets and quarterly forecasts utilized by business and corporate management.
  • Established annual budget with variance reporting for upper management and Parent Company.
  • Prepared semi-annual and annual budgets for all distribution centers.
  • Prepared annual budgets and monthly forecasts, cost analysis reports, and presentations for new projects and products.
  • Prepare annual budgets for all levels of business for market area and review with management team.
  • Led annual budgeting process as well as updates to complex files to allow for new assumptions.
  • Prepared annual budget and assisted the President with preparation of budget presentation for Parent Company CEO.
  • Supervised hourly payroll, accounts payable, cost accounting, annual budget preparation and forecasting.
  • Implemented and prepared all FP&A reporting including annual budgets for all business units.
  • Prepare and present the annual budget in conjunction with all departments.
  • Prepared annual budget and weekly/monthly forecasts for 4 divisions.
  • Prepare annual budget, monthly forecast variance analysis.
  • Prepared detail annual budgets and monthly rolling forecasts.
  • Prepare annual budgets for domestic and foreign companies.
  • Direct the development and preparation of annual budget.
  • Assisted leaders with annual budgeting.
  • Prepare annual budget and monthly financial statements along with the corresponding analytical and variance reports.
  • Prepare and monitor annual budget and quarterly reforecast.
  • Coordinated and implemented the annual budgeting process and prepared pro forma analyses to assist owners in making sales and refinance decisions.
  • Assisted division controller in preparing annual budget for the Hampson Russell worldwide operation.

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5. Revenue Growth

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Here's how Revenue Growth is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Established effective policies and streamlined processes to support 440% year over year revenue growth from FY 2009 to FY 2010.
  • Served as key leader in effectively managing annual revenue growth and cost reductions.
  • Prepared annual budgets to reflect all cost improvement and revenue growth strategies.
  • Partnered with sales leadership to develop revenue growth strategies.
  • Recruited to help turnaround the internal operations of the North American Division and help lead explosive revenue growth.

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6. Balance Sheet

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Here's how Balance Sheet is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Reviewed monthly balance sheet reconciliations to general ledger, sub-ledgers and independent supporting documentation.
  • Maintain balance sheet integrity through proper asset and liability valuations, and classifications.
  • Implemented a policy of analyzing balance sheet accounts monthly to eliminate surprises.
  • Ensured that balance sheet reconciliations were completed accurately on a quarterly basis.
  • Guided division staff of 35 in all efforts related to the income statement, balance sheet and monthly financial closing process.
  • Performed quarterly/periodic close of Profit & Loss statement and Balance Sheets within +/- 3% of 4 quarter rolling forecasts.
  • Full P&L and Balance Sheet responsibility focusing on EBITDA, cash flow, and inventory goals.
  • Prepare five year financial strategic plans, yearly fiscal budgets, monthly cash flow, and balance sheets.
  • Developed both standard P&L and balance sheet forecasting models, including risk and opportunities templates.
  • Consolidated P+L, Balance Sheet, Cash Flow, EBIT Bridge and other reports as needed.
  • Manage the monthly/quarterly close, balance sheet recons, external auditor/SOX reporting and financial reporting.
  • Prepared income statements, balance sheets and cash flow forecasts for quarter-end and year-end closeout.
  • Prepare month-end income statement, balance sheet, forecast, and cash flow statement.
  • Passed comprehensive balance sheet review by corporate internal audit with no audit points noted.
  • Full balance sheet responsibility for 20 real estate companies and 1 operating company.
  • Prepared and answered questions on dozens of Balance Sheet schedules and work papers.
  • Prepared analysis of P&L, balance sheet, and cash flow.
  • Created monthly variance report for both Income Statement and Balance Sheet.
  • Prepared P&L account analyses and balance sheet reconciliations.
  • Maintained and reconciled all balance sheet accounts.

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7. Business Units

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Here's how Business Units is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Review production statistics weekly to estimate how business units are performing compared to forecast and budget.
  • Designed and implemented information systems enabling operating personnel to effectively manage business units.
  • Implemented accrual accounting processes to accurately report monthly results for 140+ business units.
  • Revamped processes between business units causing excessive inaccuracies and inconsistent financial reporting.
  • Implemented process improvements facilitating interaction between business units and growth.
  • Evaluated and discerned operational/workforce needs leading to consolidation of 2 business units and reduction of staff to 18.
  • Analyzed Assembly & Test manufacturing value by business unit as part of sale of two business units.
  • Supervised 10 direct reports and 50 indirect reports for 33 separate business units and manufacturing facilities.
  • Present monthly results for Industry Automation division to Global Business Heads across 3 Business Units.
  • Directed the financial reporting process of 4 divisional accounting managers and 6 business units.
  • Performed all month-end reconciliation's and reporting to corporate office for all business units.
  • Charged with planning, preparation and consolidation of budgets for global business units.
  • Analyze and review monthly and quarterly projections for same nine business units.
  • Implemented monthly operational reviews in 4 $200 million business units.
  • Managed day to day financial operations of multi-location business units of public company.
  • Initiate and monitor settlement of intercompany Payments (Loans & AP/AR) & Allocations via IBS System for Canadian Business Units.
  • Lead the consolidation of the Finance/Accounting functions of Driveline for 2 of 3 business units, saving $200k annually.
  • Detailed organization of the monthly accounting process, and intercompany reconciliations, for the 5 business units, including Mexico.
  • Promoted to oversee business units/plants in Kentucky Flav-O-Rich Dairies - London, KY Subsidiary of Borden Dairy .
  • Reconcile and monitor treasury requirements for bank accounts held by corporate business units 6.

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8. Gaap

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Here's how Gaap is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Manage year end audits with outside accounting firms and ensured all compliance with GAAP and SOX requirements were maintained.
  • Provided leadership and guidance in departmental audits, auditing other business units, GAAP and SOX compliance readiness.
  • Develop internal accounting policies and procedures to ensure compliance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).
  • Reconcile balance sheet accounts and analyze financial statements in accordance with GAAP and company policies.
  • Review the divisional balance sheet reconciliations yearly for adherence to GAAP and corporate policies.
  • Charged with timely preparation of monthly, quarterly and annual GAAP compliant financial statements.
  • Strengthened and implemented internal controls, ensuring compliance with GAAP and corporate regulations.
  • Ensured proper GAAP / IFRS integration, compliance, reporting and disclosure.
  • Worked closely with Accounting ensuring that all principles of GAAP were adhered.
  • Prepared annual consolidated financial statements in GAAP and IFRS formats.
  • Prepared and entered month-end FAS depreciation and GAAP journal entries.
  • Prepared financial statements and disclosures in accordance with GAAP.
  • Ensured compliance with financial policies, procedures and GAAP.
  • Audited General Ledger to ensure US GAAP compliance.
  • Ensured compliance with GAAP and corporate regulations.
  • Provide guidance to department mangers on SOX compliance, FAR, GAAP, and CAS.
  • Prepared GAAP, cash, and accrual basis financial statements to Roseland JV partners.
  • Full G/L responsibilities in compliance with U.S. GAAP and Sarbox.
  • Conducted on-going staff training in general accounting practices, reporting financials in GAAP and individual mentoring.
  • Ensured corporate compliance with all GAAP and Sarbanes Oxley (SOX) rules and regulations.

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9. Sarbanes-Oxley

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Here's how Sarbanes-Oxley is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Monitored and maintained divisional costing and control procedures as well as testing and compliance to meet Sarbanes-Oxley requirements.
  • Performed internal control self-assessments of significant processes and resolved deficiencies noted during audit testing to comply with Sarbanes-Oxley.
  • Initiated and directed the activities associated with Sarbanes-Oxley compliance and certification of internal control environment.
  • Lead review and implementation of process controls to successfully bring operations within Sarbanes-Oxley compliance.
  • Earned recognition for achieving 0 points on unannounced internal Sarbanes-Oxley financial audit.
  • Developed corporate Sarbanes-Oxley, documentation and testing compliance programs.
  • Assisted with Sarbanes-Oxley documentation to assure current compliance.
  • Performed internal audits and annual Sarbanes-Oxley self assessments.
  • Led Sarbanes-Oxley compliance within Heavy Construction Division.
  • Ensured Sarbanes-Oxley compliance within the organization.
  • Implement controls necessary for Sarbanes-Oxley.
  • Lead the successful rating/compliance and issue mitigation for Sarbanes-Oxley compliance for all requirements impacting manufacturing in 2006 and 2007.
  • Appointed team lead of Sarbanes-Oxley implementation project for financial close, reporting, purchases and fixed assets.
  • Project manager for Sarbanes-Oxley implementation and compliance including training, milestones, monthly checklists and audit.
  • Played a critical role in the division's successful completion of its first Sarbanes-Oxley audit.
  • Worked on improving Sarbanes-Oxley internal audit compliance at Overstock with auditors and our CFO.
  • Appointed team lead for Sarbanes-Oxley implementation project and completed project ahead of schedule.
  • Conducted Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) reviews and managed all internal/external audits.
  • Ensured full compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley and GAAP requirements.
  • Construct and monitor Sarbanes-Oxley and other compliance programs.

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10. SOX

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Here's how SOX is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Streamlined departmental functions virtually eliminating overtime requirements and creating proper separation of duties for SOX compliance.
  • Managed the Division's SOX implementation/compliance and external audit relationship.
  • Ensured the existence and effectiveness of accounting and operational policies, procedures, and internal controls necessary to comply with SOX.
  • Provided training to Controllers, SOX testers, and SOX coordinators at plants resulting in 100% Satisfactory SOX Audits.
  • Ensured compliance with group policies and procedures as well as SOX compliance by conducting site visits in these 9 plants.
  • Strengthened internal controls and SOX compliance by hiring Division's first internal auditor and establishing the internal audit program.
  • Overhauled SOX controls after external consultants failed to deliver and provided tools to complete initial tests.
  • Established and responsible for SOX Compliance, regulatory controls, and internal / external audit reviews.
  • Ensured SOX 404, tax, and licensing compliance across multiple jurisdictions for all Division activities.
  • Ensured division compliance with GAAP, SOX, SEC regulations and any additional internal/external audit requirement.
  • Achieved successful SOX compliance within targeted time frame and with minimal third party consultant expenses.
  • Created, drove and maintained a global SOX implementation program for the division.
  • Established and maintained consistent SOX controls and financial processes across multiple locations.
  • Managed the SOX compliance testing, reporting and remediation process.
  • Implemented SOX initiatives, and performed quarterly assessment audits.
  • Led quarterly internal SOX 404 compliance audits.
  • Updated SOX narratives and Controls: 100% SOX compliant.
  • Assist Corporate accounting group with ad-hoc requests, SEC filings, annual external audits, SOX enforcement, documentation and compliance.
  • Implemented SOX for the division, including: Gaining cross-functional managerial buy-in by integrating with Lean Initiatives.
  • Implemented measures to ensure divisional compliance with Sarbanes Oxley (SOX) requirements.

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11. A/P

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Here's how A/P is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Managed high-performing personnel including accountant, A/P clerk and payroll administrator.
  • Managed IS, A/P, A/R, general, and cost accounting functions for manufacturing, repair, and distribution facilities.
  • Set up accounting sub-ledgers and implemented reconciliation procedures for all A/R, Inventory, A/P and Sales activities.
  • Supervised A/P, A/R billing, cash receipt processing, payroll data entry, and various H/R duties.
  • Controlled all the general accounting support activities including the A/P, A/R, G/L and fixed asset functions.
  • Supervised four Direct Reports (A/P, A/R, Payroll, Cash) plus seventeen Staff personnel.
  • Administer improvements in increased A/P discounts, decrease A/R aging and improved the collection of warranty receivables.
  • Managed billing, A/R, A/P, cash receipts and payroll processes with varying staff sizes.
  • Employed and managed 6 clerks in A/R, A/P, payroll, collections and customer service.
  • Managed five member team including A/P, A/R, Cash Management and Financial Cost Reporting.
  • Centralized A/P, A/R and other administrative functions resulting in savings of $1M.
  • Supervised the A/R, A/P, payroll and billing/collection departments for seven operating location.
  • Manage all daily accounting activities from A/P, A/R, payroll and purchasing.
  • Supervised A/R, A/P, payroll, Inventory and cost accounting processes.
  • Monitored A/P schedules to ensure proper discounts taken and timely payments.
  • Increased cash discounts by $80,000 through A/P processing improvements.
  • Maintain and reconcile all A/P and A/R transactions.
  • Managed A/P functions for the entire division.
  • Established an A/P process that eliminated duplicate/overpayments saving the company over $150K annually.
  • Saved [ ] over four years through improved control over A/P and thorough review of the company's contractual obligations.

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12. Variance Analysis

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Here's how Variance Analysis is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Prepared financial reports, developed budgets and performed variance analysis in accordance with business plan.
  • Conduct profit & loss statement variance analysis, balance sheet reconciliation and revenue recognition/contract compliance.
  • Managed production of internal financial statements and variance analysis of results to budgets.
  • Developed bimonthly Job Budget versus Actual Variance analysis and Employee productivity analysis.
  • Updated quarterly and completed variance analysis for divisional and corporate management.
  • Prepared monthly balance sheet reconciliations and variance analysis and costing reports.
  • Established annual budget, performed variance analysis and capital expense justification.
  • Prepared budgets and quarterly re-forecasting schedules, including variance analysis.
  • Produced timely and accurate monthly financial statements with variance analysis.
  • Conducted financial modeling, forecasting and variance analysis.
  • Prepare fiscal budgets and generated variance analysis reports.
  • Prepared Consolidated Financial Statements, Operating Results, Budgets, Forecasts and Variance Analysis for thirteen operating units in seven countries.
  • Managed complete sales and financial reporting, contracts, budgeting, forecasting, and variance analysis for regional subsidiary.
  • Performed all financial planning, budgeting and variance analysis for division including management of monthly P&L.
  • Major activities included: P&L management, forecasting, variance analysis and cost control measures.
  • Cost Accountant Responsible for variance analysis in high volume job costing operation and fixed assert accounting.
  • Assist in preparation of project budgets, review monthly and prepare variance analysis.
  • Streamlined reporting of key business metrics to promote e-Citi activities within Citigroup as well as traditional reporting/variance analysis.
  • Prepared variance analysis, various ad-hoc reporting for senior management.
  • Update projection monthly, and prepare variance analysis comparing actuals to projections.

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13. ERP

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Here's how ERP is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Created business strategy and productivity tools and worked with international counterparts to implement best practice sharing.
  • Coordinate efforts of bi-annual physical inventory and timely, monthly reconciliation of perpetual inventory records.
  • Managed business analysis and interpretation of trends, management reporting, and automated systems.
  • Inherited a failed ERP implementation, which led to bank covenant gaps and a very narrow window to resolve the issue.
  • Implemented ERP system, training all plant personnel, developing custom solutions for international business, and achieving business continuity.
  • Authored interpretation guide explaining how to decipher internal key metrics reports; still utilized today for training new school directors.
  • Provide status of financial condition of the division by collecting, interpreting, and reporting key financial and statistical data.
  • Maintained ERP Job accounting systems, Standard cost, cost variance analysis, prepared job cost and margin report.
  • Maintained two-day monthly closing cycle through development and utilization of systems and reports on SAP ERP system.
  • Implemented new ERP and accounting systems to interface accounting, cost management, and cost estimation applications.
  • Utilized enterprise collaboration software to create action items, prioritize, delegate, monitor and follow-up.
  • Implemented Division's first business enterprise system to automate and integrate all phases of operations worldwide.
  • Booked monthly depreciation, processed additions, retirements, transfers and disposals using Lawson ERP.
  • Directed the implementation of Great Plains e-Enterprise ERP for Oxford Foods.
  • Managed accounting staff, network administrator, and ERP systems administrator.
  • Led financial implementation of MANMAN ERP system.
  • Interpret and implement new accounting standards.
  • Directed operational accounting, cost reduction processes, and ERP system re-implementation.
  • Managed the implementation of a PeopleSoft ERP finance modules for Gedney at the Cains facility.
  • Led ERP System Selection and Implementation Team (Microsoft Dynamics - Navision).

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14. Human Resources

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Here's how Human Resources is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Managed human resources and management information systems for the operation.
  • Provide cost oversight and personnel management of the Finance, Accounting, Inventory, Information Technology, and Human Resources Departments.
  • Provided leadership over accounts payable, accounts receivable, general ledger, payroll, billing, inventory control and human resources.
  • Recruited, trained, and developed staff of up to 10 in Accounting, Human Resources, Credit, and Traffic.
  • Managed finance, accounting, administration, MIS and human resources of a $40 million remedial action division.
  • Supervised daily business operations of the warehouse, purchasing, IT, and human resources departments.
  • Assisted Human Resources with hiring, termination, and training of accounting and administrative personnel.
  • Supervised A/P, A/R, Payroll, Credit, Collections, and Human Resources Departments.
  • Managed human resources benefits: 401(K) and health insurance plans.
  • Organized Human Resources department for Steel Wheel Division, which facilitated own hiring.
  • Filled in for Human Resources Manager during replacement process of HR Manager
  • Managed the human resources function.
  • Directed human resources and IT.
  • Directed Information Technology and Human Resources.
  • Managed and directed all of the Accounting and Human Resources functions at the division.
  • Launched 3 brands during my tenure Skills Used Financial reporting, human resources management, computer systems, Excel, forecasting

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15. Due Diligence

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Here's how Due Diligence is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Participated on select team performing acquisition candidate due diligence analysis and participated in acquisition negotiations.
  • Performed due diligence work, including financial modeling, on several potential acquisition candidates.
  • Conducted due diligence and presented findings/recommendations to the Executive Committee on the planned acquisition of an upstream supplier.
  • Negotiated buyout/acquisition with GE Capital: valuation, due diligence, audit coordination, and key contract reviews.
  • Led financial due diligence and integration for Company's new acquisitions including two acquisitions in Italy.
  • Led staff through the performance of due diligence on one acquisition and two business divestitures.
  • Researched and compiled information for interim, year-end, and due diligence audits.
  • Collaborated in the due diligence for the sale of PDC to AAI.
  • Performed the financial analysis and due diligence for three hosting company acquisitions.
  • Led due diligence team in feasibility studies for new location opportunities.
  • Completed due diligence and integration of a $27M Canadian acquisition.
  • Performed due diligence for selling of key business unit.
  • Performed due diligence prior to acquisitions and mergers.
  • Acted as the single point of contact for due diligence during the IHS acquisition, adhering to a rigorous timeline.
  • Conducted due diligence and integration activities to support $2.75B Michigan National and $275M ING Barings acquisitions.
  • Worked on proformas, feasibility studies and due diligence resulting in the successful acquisition of O'Boy Portable Toilets.
  • Performed M& A analysis, due diligence, and handled accounting integration of foreign unit acquisitions.
  • Performed due diligence with the pre-acquisition auditors to perform a five year carve-out audit.
  • Hedge Fund Oversaw launch and actively participate in due diligence meetings in order to onboard new investors.
  • Performed "due diligence" for acquisitions.

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16. Journal Entries

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Here's how Journal Entries is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Review the preparation of general ledger financial statements including preparation of journal entries.
  • Reviewed, approved and posted journal entries maintaining adequate supporting documentation.
  • Coordinate with Canadian tax manager to record monthly tax provision journal entries and manage tax payments as needed.
  • Managed Oracle general ledger, approved journal entries, account reconciliations and Oracle user access.
  • Close all sales in JDE and create all journal entries for the division.
  • Reviewed & posted all journal entries (revenue, recurring and adjusting).
  • General ledger maintenance, journal entries, bank reconciliations and month end closing.
  • Approved monthly commission calculation and accrual and journal entries prepared by staff.
  • Complete journal entries and review reports with senior management and operations.
  • Analyzed accounting data, created journal entries, reconciled accounts.
  • Record monthly journal entries for adjustments and accruals.
  • Review all journal entries and month end reconciliations.
  • Calculated and recorded IRS adjusting journal entries.
  • Prepared weekly cash requirements and journal entries.
  • Prepared monthly financial statements and journal entries.
  • Reduced journal entries by 50%
  • Produce monthly intercompany journal entries and account reconciliations.
  • Prepared monthly accounting journal entries (payroll accruals, unbilled/deferred revenues, prepaid, etc.).
  • General Ledger - Process monthly journal entries and prepare financials for CFO review.
  • Detail and benchmark cost processes for efficiencies Prepare journal entries.

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17. New Product Development

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Here's how New Product Development is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Prepared DCF models to support acquisition opportunities and new product development options.
  • Develop payback analysis on new product development projects.
  • Led the re-engineering of the New Product Development team re-focusing the business by product line.
  • Provide finance support such as capital budgeting and project costing on new product development projects.
  • Developed business model for new product development; 20M additional sales in 1994.
  • Lead participant in new product development teams.

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18. Internal Controls

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Here's how Internal Controls is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Managed and prepared audit schedules and reconciliations; improved internal controls for inventory including a computerized perpetual/general ledger interface.
  • Established and maintained effective internal controls to ensure accurate reporting of financial position and protection of assets.
  • Developed financial policies and procedures, continuously improved internal controls and internal financial reporting.
  • Enhanced division internal controls by developing policies and procedures governing purchasing.
  • Refine internal controls to meet Sarbanes-Oxley requirements for foreign registrant.
  • Developed policies and procedures to insure proper internal controls.
  • Ensured compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley requirements and internal controls.
  • Improved and aligned the internal controls and processes of 14 service centers which enhanced the performance of the $105M Division.
  • Establish and maintain an efficient, timely and accurate system of accounting, internal controls and financial reporting.
  • Established internal controls and flow of financial information for facilities as a result of expansion and acquisitions.
  • Improved the process for testing internal controls of 164 different processes for SOX404 compliance each quarter.
  • Develop, implement and monitor written accounting policies, internal controls, and procedures.
  • Established / maintained internal controls, and served as liaison to external auditors.
  • Focus on process improvement and implementation of internal controls and best practices.
  • Managed General Ledger and Job Cost Activity, maintained internal controls.
  • Protect assets by establishing, monitoring, and enforcing internal controls.
  • Implemented internal controls and procedures for compliance with SOX.
  • Audit the internal controls mandated by the home office.
  • Lead efforts to improve internal controls.
  • Managed US Treasury Sarbanes Oxley compliance to ensure the adequacy and effectiveness of internal controls over external financial reporting.

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19. Inventory Management

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Here's how Inventory Management is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Reduced costs related to excess and obsolete inventory by $250,000 through developing inventory management procedures.
  • Developed KPI operating metrics for operational, cost accounting and inventory management.
  • Developed allocation methods and metrics for inventory management and job costing.
  • Managed division s international supply chain including inventory management.
  • Designed and developed an in-house inventory management system - integrated warehouses in 15 states - from spreadsheet to database.
  • Manage team of eight in AP, Payroll, Expense Management, Capital, Inventory Management, and IT.
  • Reduced SMOI exposure $2.7 million (90% reduction) by focusing sales efforts and inventory management.
  • Full responsibility for all financial accounting, cost accounting, and inventory management for this four plant division.
  • Developed the Rockford Inventory Management System offering for customers as a team member.
  • Monitor inventory management systems, policies and procedures to protect asset value.
  • Inventory Management and Operations Finance Participated in tool slotting and inventory planning and defined and monitored optimal inventory levels and turns.
  • Developed various tools and documentation to improve costing, financial reporting and analysis, inventory management and transactional processing.
  • Partnered with operations director in ensure efficiencies in inventory management and build schedules

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20. Oversight

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Here's how Oversight is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Provided financial oversight to the international business office in Taiwan.
  • Maintained accounting oversight over financial reporting and internal controls.
  • Provide financial control and oversight for seven public transportation contracts, ten divisions, and $125 Million in annual revenues.
  • Monitor the Cost Out Database to ensure oversight and reasonableness of the financial data being relied upon from that system.
  • Manage $20 million in inventory at multiple locations with oversight over shrink, product returns, and disposals.
  • Performed daily oversight of fund administrators who maintain official accounting records for the U.S. and offshore domiciled mutual funds.
  • Finance and control oversight for engineering, procurement and construction of production assets valued in excess of $300m.
  • Provided oversight of Accounting and Financial Services for the $80 Million Poultry Processing Division.
  • Provide oversight and direction for 10 direct domestic direct reports and 25 Global.
  • Create and recommend policy and procedures, including oversight of SAS70.
  • Lead oversight of IT systems, teams, and functions.
  • Streamlined, revised, and documented accounting processes to create efficiencies and improve accuracy while improving controls and oversight.

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21. Inventory Control

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Here's how Inventory Control is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Implemented computerized accounting systems integrating purchasing, manufacturing, cost-accounting, inventory control, accounts receivable, payable and payroll functions.
  • Integrated Dynamics Great Plains manufacturing and inventory control module into existing platform and leveraged new system benefits with minimal spend.
  • Result was improved profitability and a better understanding by management team of operational issues and inventory controls.
  • Implemented inventory controls that resolved an inventory shortage problem and allowed for reduced/eliminated physical inventories.
  • Guided the installation of a material requirements planning system which improved inventory control.
  • Designed and implemented inventory control and costing systems.
  • Lead team responsible for inventory control management.
  • Initiated and managed transition from manual to automated inventory control system that improved inventory accuracy from 75% to 99%.
  • Managed the accounting, purchasing, inventory control, and MIS staff of 12 people for this $65 million entity.
  • Identified and resolved weaknesses in inventory controls and inventory processes that had been an ongoing issue for +4 years.
  • Managed all aspects of accounting functions including GL, Product costing, Inventory control, AP & AR.
  • Developed the Inventory Control, Purchasing, Accounts Payable, Factory Order, Payroll and Order Entry Systems.
  • Revamped budgeting and forecasting system and brought plant into compliance with regard to inventory controls.
  • Directed IT, payroll, inventory control, internal audit, and customs/import-export groups.
  • Maintained inventory controls by conducting annual physical counts and periodic cycle counts.
  • Implemented Datalogix sales order processing system including accounts receivable, cost accounting, and inventory control.
  • Worked with vendors to reestablish credit terms following bankruptcy Enhanced inventory controls to improve inventory accuracy
  • Manage the inventory control functions reducing shrinkage by $200K while supporting sales growth and ensuring 98$ fill rates.
  • Supervised accounting personnel in job cost, billings, accounts payable, accounts receivable, inventory control and payroll.
  • Served on strategic process teams that reengineered the inventory control and product launch processes.

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22. Cost Savings

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Here's how Cost Savings is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Initiated a multitude of cost savings and revenue enhancements through detailed analysis prepared and presented to executive management.
  • Implemented processes and controls that safeguarded company assets and provided significant cost savings.
  • Lead a Cost Reduction team, which has averaged annual cost savings of $450K, over the past 3 years.
  • RESULT: Improved job efficiency and led to attainment of $50K in cost savings after the first year of implementation.
  • Plan, organize and conduct year-end audit with external auditors decreasing time by 3 months and maintained cost savings YoY.
  • Reduced department headcount by 20%, which resulted in a cost savings of $150,000 per year.
  • Negotiated facility leases and sublease of excess office space resulting in annual cost savings of $360,000.
  • Managed a cross-functional team to improve top line performance and institute cost savings plans to reduce overhead.
  • Led monthly financial reviews with senior management to discuss strategies for continuous improvement and cost savings.
  • Input from marketing on projected sales, business unit managers on cost savings from continuous improvement.
  • Implemented cost savings through changes in banking procedures, payroll services, and energy accounts.
  • Managed financial aspects of plant consolidation project resulting in $1.8M in cost savings annually.
  • Achieve MUCM targets by actively identifying cost savings and process improvement opportunities throughout the group.
  • Negotiate vendor and freight contracts which resulted in significant cost savings to the company.
  • Led various process improvement efforts resulting in $5-8 million annual cost savings.
  • Generated a cost savings initiative that saved over $4 million annually.
  • Identified cost savings opportunities of over $1.2 Million per year.
  • Streamlined the accounting organization realizing $250K in cost savings.
  • Consolidated and eliminated duplications where appropriate generating cost savings.
  • Consolidated and liquidated 10 former international Inet subsidiaries into Tektronix entities generating measurable cost savings.

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23. Audit Procedures

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Here's how Audit Procedures is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Assisted with annual and mid-year budget planning and self audit procedures.

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24. Annual Sales

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Here's how Annual Sales is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Supervised all accounting functions related to plants generating $320M in annual sales, including French and German operations.
  • Managed $1.9B annual sales plan, associated P&L and balance sheet in leading growth division.
  • Served as Controller for three divisions of a privately owned manufacturing business with $60 million annual sales.
  • Directed financial activities for a division consisting of twenty-two locations grossing $550+ million in annual sales.
  • Prepared capital budgeting for the addition of three product lines, adding $20M in annual sales.
  • Manage the financial operations of two diverse sales divisions with annual sales of $60 million.
  • Report to the Chief Information Officer of a business unit with annual sales of $2.5M.
  • Coordinated financial reporting for 10 North American plants totaling $575 million in annual sales.
  • Maintain responsibility for analyzing Cost of Goods, representing approximately 40% of annual sales.
  • Managed 2 divisions (Retail and Commercial) with annual sales of approximately $300M.
  • Initiated sales tax reporting practices for subsidiaries with $18 million in annual sales.
  • Managed product analyst team of five in support of $8B in annual sales.
  • Operated and managed eleven freestanding open imaging centers, annual sales $50M.
  • Full controllership (P&L and Balance Sheet) responsibilities for operation with annual sales of $75M in 1990.
  • Opened service center in Ft. Lauderdale, FL resulting in additional $2 million in annual sales for the company.

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25. Direct Reports

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Here's how Direct Reports is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Direct reports included plant controllers from five manufacturing facilities.
  • Manage direct reports supporting division and regional operations.
  • Managed an accounting team of twelve including three direct reports that included Accounting Managers (2) and an AP Supervisor.
  • Direct reports included two Division Controllers, an Assistant Corporate Controller, Corporate Credit Manager and a Financial Analyst.
  • Staff Development: Supervised & developed a staff of 12 finance & accounting professionals, with 3 direct reports.
  • Owned Full P&L and managed 2 direct reports to lead quarterly financial close, ensuring SOX compliance.
  • Cost Accounting Manager Supervised a staff of 2 direct reports and 3 indirect reports at remote manufacturing operations.
  • Recruited and developed staff of 25 including four management level direct reports bearing CPA and MBA designations.
  • Led up to 10 direct reports and developed a staff of competent associates to accomplish short/long-term objectives.
  • Direct reports included three plant accountants, cost accounting, general accounting, and accounts payable.
  • Reduced the month end close process by 1.5 days by delegating and developing direct reports.
  • Collaborate with executive team to ensure efficient management of 14 direct reports overseeing DOT/FMCSA compliance.
  • Direct reports include plant controller, centralized AP department and Payroll.
  • Managed 4 direct and 4 indirect reports in two locations.
  • Manage overall staff of eight including four exempt direct reports.
  • Managed twenty staff members with four direct reports.
  • Manage all Accounting functions with nine direct reports.
  • Supervised team of three to five direct reports.
  • Supervised 6 direct reports and 2 indirect.
  • Direct reports included Purchasing/Logistics Director, HR Director, Accounting Managers and Sr.

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26. Revenue Recognition

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Here's how Revenue Recognition is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Reviewed monthly revenue activity and interacted with other segment personnel to ensure proper revenue recognition.
  • Coordinated quarterly reviews with our external audits with significant focus on software revenue recognition.
  • Researched and developed corrective issue related to interim rent revenue recognition.
  • Prepared month-end closing, revenue recognition, and analyzed financial statement.
  • Created and implemented complex revenue recognition policies and procedures.
  • Managed significant revenue recognition issues identified by KPMG.
  • Performed Revenue Analysis and processed monthly Revenue Recognition.
  • Managed all aspects of quarterly and annual financial reporting, revenue recognition, accounts payable, credit control and general administration.
  • Executed compliance reporting within 30 days of acquisition to implement rate increases resulting in additional revenue recognition of $8 million.
  • Direct financial activities, such as Revenue recognition and recording, purchase order process, planning, and operational procedures.
  • Review, advise and approve contract terms for booking, revenue recognition, invoicing and payment terms including Risk Assessment.
  • Reviewed Eastern Divisions projects and compared with clients contracts to ensure percent billed (revenue recognition) meet the guidelines.
  • Perform month end closing activities, close systems, expense accruals, revenue recognition, allocations and attributions.
  • Authored four global accounting policies with a focus on accounting for construction contracts and deferred revenue recognition.
  • Championed strong business controls and compliance in all areas, including revenue recognition and fixed assets.
  • Managed compliance with US GAAP regarding restructurings, purchase accounting, minority interests & revenue recognition.
  • Coordinated with Sales Department in the structuring of contracts to maximize revenue recognition.
  • Structured contracts and provided proper revenue recognition under SOP 97-2 and SOP 98-9.
  • Work closely with billing and shipping for accurate revenue recognition.
  • Prime with the external / internal auditor related to Revenue recognition, Receivables, Project Balance Sheet & Profitability ALCATEL-LUCENT

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27. Close Process

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Here's how Close Process is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Accelerated the close process to increase timeliness of information to operating groups providing for more informed decision-making increasing profitability.
  • Managed accounting month-end close process and assisted close procedures in Distribution Centers.
  • Maintained the cost system, assisted with the implementation of the cost saving program, and coordinated month end close process.
  • Worked with logistics to expedite vendor payment and implemented new monthly close process to accrue appropriate expense credits for Division.
  • Re-organized the monthly close process to where the staff saved about 30 hours combined for the week of close.
  • Identified and corrected inefficiencies in monthly close process reducing closing time from 8 to 5 days.
  • Managed monthly close process, account analysis, bank reconciliations, and wire transfers.
  • Coordinated financial month end close processes between Corporate Finance and three business divisions.
  • Directed G/L month-end, quarter-end and year-end close process of the division.
  • Lead the monthly close process for US and European operating units.
  • Developed and implemented a stream-lined month end close process.
  • Spearheaded implementation of comprehensive Month End Close Process.
  • Managed month-end close process within SAP ERP System.
  • Streamed lined monthly close process to 4 days.
  • Reduced month-end close process by 1.5 days.
  • Direct a more efficient month-end close process.
  • Trimmed 10 days from the close process.
  • Implemented processes to improve the close process so the financials were accurate and closed in 4 days.
  • Implemented best practices and benchmarking to improve the monthly close process by 2 days.
  • Developed controls including reports to ensure accuracy of the month-end close process.

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28. Financial Management

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Here's how Financial Management is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Directed financial management functions including the development of daily/monthly/quarterly financial statements, financial forecasts, and budgets.
  • Implemented Hyperion Financial Management system to enhance accuracy and timeliness of corporate reporting.
  • Supervised the Financial Management Department of 6 Financial Specialist and 1 Supervisor.
  • Provided all financial management for this $30 million medical equipment manufacturer.
  • Functioned as financial management consultant for location's executive leadership team.
  • Administer all financial management systems, evaluating and integrating new applications.
  • Provided financial management support to senior level management.
  • Supervised all accounting and financial management functions.
  • Resolve questions with corporate financial management.
  • Served as business line project leader to design, test, and implement the Hyperion Financial Management system.
  • Influenced an optimal R&D investment strategy through effective financial management and spending/headcount control with trade-offs.
  • Full financial management and information systems for a manufacturer and distributor of soft drinks and beer.
  • Provided all financial management for this $40 million division that manufactures HPLC apparatus.
  • Handled overall financial management of two state territories in Missouri and Kansas.
  • Conducted cost analysis, preparation of budgets, and financial management.
  • Provided financial management to U.S.
  • Budget Analyst - Financial Management Responsible for reviewing, monitoring, and maintaining six Departmental and all Constitutional Officer budgets.
  • Performed complex estimate-at-completion calculations on large system integration contracts and advised Managing Directors on financial management issues.
  • Assisted the division controller with the financial management of the $300+ million Global Facilities and Infrastructure (GFI) division.
  • Group controller for Acxiom's Consumer and Financial Management Solutions Group (CFMSG).

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29. Company Policies

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Here's how Company Policies is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Prepared and reviewed required supporting documentation and financial statements to ensure compliance with GAAP and company policies and procedures.
  • Enforced company policies and worked in conjunction with regional and division managers to communicate accounting procedures.
  • Worked with General Manager and Corporate Controller to establish company policies/procedures on various company issues.
  • Revised property tax account reconciliations to ensure compliance with company policies.
  • Learned company policies and procedures then transferred overseas.
  • Maintained compliance with company policies and Sarbanes-Oxley requirements as division revenue grew from $28M to $75M in six years.
  • Ensured that there are proper internal controls in place including compliance with company policies and procedures.
  • Ensured all accounting functions were in accordance with company policies and GAAP standards.
  • Completed SOX 404 implementation and compliance to company policies and GAAP.
  • Communicate new company policies and procedures to the managers and employees
  • Lead senior management in compliance with company policies.
  • Monitored revenue recognition to ensure compliance with company policies and authoritative literatures.
  • Create and implement accounting procedures to assist all plants Work closely with VPs and Directors to create/implement company policies and projects

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30. Financial Performance

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Here's how Financial Performance is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Advised management on operational performance including product pricing, product development strategy, engineering resource efficiency and overall financial performance.
  • Train and supervise five Accounting Managers to maximize divisional financial performance and ensure superior financial support for local management teams.
  • Improved accuracy of division forecasts by developing new forecast model focused on key drivers of financial performance.
  • Improved financial forecast accuracy by 25% through implementation of weekly productivity and financial performance reporting.
  • Analyzed and reviewed financial performance of district office and prepared monthly financial statements and work-in-progress reports.
  • Consulted with managers and executives regarding financial performance, operating budgets and profit projections.
  • Analyzed actual financial performance versus budget, providing variance detail explanation to corporate CFO.
  • Developed balanced scorecard metrics to improve visibility of operational and financial performance.
  • Managed Division's financial performance from start-up to profitability within one year.
  • Supported vice president with analysis of financial performance compared to plan.
  • Conduct periodic financial performance reviews with top management.
  • Acted as a partner with members of the management team to advance the company's operational and financial performance.
  • Developed customer specific P&L for top 10 key customers and held monthly review to discuss financial performance.
  • Transformed division financial performance standing from one of the bottom five performing divisions to receiving Chairman Club award nomination.
  • Monitored and managed the financial performance of the Corporate ITS Division with the Group Controller and Vice President.
  • Manage financial performance of over $75M in active engineering and construction contracts.
  • Reviewed, analyzed, and interpreted financial performance of district office.
  • Present weekly manufacturing productivity metrics and financial performance to VP of Operations and focus factory managers.
  • Identified underperforming lines of business which were then eliminated to improve overall financial performance.
  • Managed the financial performance and reporting (including Sarbanes Oxley reviews) for eight plants, four domestic and four international.

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31. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Provided support to purchasing, customer service and scheduling in executing inventory reduction programs to improve working capital.
  • Provided cost management, profitability analysis, and Activity Based Management consulting services for customer service teams.
  • Established financial measures and implemented cost controls ensuring prioritization of quality customer service and reduced operating costs.
  • Partnered effectively with the General Manager to balance excellent customer service with good productivity levels.
  • Trained and supervised 3 customer service representatives to create a more professional atmosphere.
  • Directed divisional finance and reporting with Accounting, IT and Customer Service responsibility.
  • Reduce available inventories, improved customer service and eliminated obsolete inventory.
  • Maintained sanitary health codes and provided exceptional customer service.
  • Managed the accounting, customer service and IT functions for a division with revenues in excess of $130M.
  • Championed the Cash Flow Improvement Project leading a cross-functional team of Sales, Customer Service, and Accounting.
  • Supervised AP, A/R, Collections, Payroll and Customer Service.
  • Maintain high quality, client focused and customer services oriented relationship.
  • Managed a staff of 16 employees (including Customer Service).
  • Full responsibility for U.S. and Canadian Customer Service Export Departments.
  • Supervised accounting, customer service, and purchasing staff.
  • Managed customer service and purchasing employees.

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32. Parent Company

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Here's how Parent Company is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Analyzed indirect automobile loans and leases; determined interest on newly originated products to lock into financing from parent company.
  • Performed monthly reconciliation of inter-company transactions with foreign affiliates to assist parent company with financial consolidation and profit elimination.
  • Hired as Division Controller by parent company post acquisition to clean up issues at this financially troubled liquor distributor
  • Contributed vitally as the accounting department expanded to fulfill changes in reporting requirements instituted by parent company Zodiac.
  • Instituted new IFRS accounting standards and ensured seamless consolidation into Canadian parent company reporting.
  • Developed internal financial control matrices and parent company reporting templates and supporting reports.
  • Consolidated retail and wholesale division financial statements for submission to parent company.
  • Compiled year-end statements and tax schedules for consolidation with parent company records.
  • Provided Monthly Financial Statement Preparation and reporting package for parent company.
  • Reported Financial/Operational results of entity to Parent Company/BOD.
  • Consolidated our parent company's financial statements previously completed by an external CPA service, saving $100,000 per year.
  • Exceeded parent company fiscal and external auditor s demands by bring company into compliance in less than 60 days.
  • Led implementation of parent company manufacturing and G/L software for the divisions subsidiaries and plants.
  • Prepared GAAP financial statements and presented the information to management and the parent company.
  • Produced summary reports, statistics and analysis for management and the parent company.
  • Presented software and method at parent company's annual finance meeting.
  • Improved department efficiency during month end close and quality of information reported to parent company.
  • Managed subsidiary and parent company Salesforce software implementation and conversion of acquired entity software.
  • Manage the accounting team of the Sport Court division and reporting to parent company.
  • Worked closely with Division GMs and Japanese parent company to develop annual budgets.

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33. Corporate Office

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Here's how Corporate Office is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Key participant in weekly divisional review meetings and quarterly regional operational reviews with corporate officers.
  • Prepared monthly financial statements as required for consolidation to the national corporate office.
  • Analyzed customer loan applications and submitted recommendation of potential loans to corporate office.
  • Reported monthly financial information to corporate office on timely basis.
  • Increased accuracy and timeliness of financial reporting to corporate office.
  • Maintain extensive verbal and written communications with corporate offices.
  • Facilitated the start up of all accounting and administrative functions in the Atlanta corporate office.
  • Hired by the owner to be the Division Controller for a corporate office moving company.
  • Managed 35 Regional Controllers nationally and 13 local direct reports at the corporate office.
  • Prepared and presented five year and annual operating plans on PowerPoint to corporate officers.
  • Support projects directed by the Corporate Office and/ or other Divisions in the Region.
  • Handle computerized closing of monthly books on IBM mainframe connected to corporate office.
  • Provide Corporate Office with weekly Flash Report of Month-to-Date Financial Position.
  • Provided data to corporate office on a daily and as-needed basis.
  • Converted 80 facilities to corporate office AP & Payroll processing.
  • Assisted in development of cash management process for corporate office.
  • Reported directly to corporate office in Washington, DC.
  • Transitioned Accounts Payable and Payroll to Corporate Offices.
  • Assisted in the implementation of Sarbanes-Oxley internal control requirements at the division level as directed from Standex Corporate offices.
  • Key Accomplishments: Coordinated the decentralization of Accounting applications and processing from Corporate Office to Distribution Center.

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34. Capital Expenditures

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Here's how Capital Expenditures is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Coordinated consolidation of financial reporting, evaluation of proposed acquisition candidates and capital expenditures.
  • Review and manage capital expenditures process and prepare fixed asset additions and retirements.
  • Monitor and reconcile capital expenditures and reports compliance to management.
  • Analyzed and approved capital expenditures using discounted cash flow models.
  • Maintained capital expenditures according to corporate policy on fixed assets.
  • Organized and prepared proposals and calculations for capital expenditures.
  • Reviewed and approved all budgeted and non-budgeted capital expenditures.
  • Monitored and managed working capital and capital expenditures.
  • Reviewed annual budget, including capital expenditures.
  • Managed ROI reports, evaluating capital expenditures.
  • Prepare ROI analysis on capital expenditures.
  • Tracked capital expenditures spending by project.
  • Managed Daily Sales of Inventory, Daily Sales Outstanding, Capital Expenditures, and Fixed Asset registry for responsible business units.
  • Performed return on invested capital (ROIC) analysis for all capital expenditures and approved capital expenditures at the division level.
  • Interfaced overhead allocations and capital expenditures to the general ledger system expediting financial statements from 10 to 5 working days.
  • Lead MSC Finance in ensuring that Capital Expenditures are controlled and managed as per Eaton Policy.
  • Involved in all areas of Fixed Asset Accounting and Capital Expenditures involving over 9,000 asset records.
  • Manage and oversee all company disbursements including accounts payable, payroll, and capital expenditures.
  • Justify and seek proper approval for all capital expenditures.
  • Managed domestic and international capital and operating budgets and forecasts, financial planning and capital expenditures analysis.

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35. DSO

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Here's how DSO is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Reduced DSO's from 54 days to 29 days; reduced labor costs and head count +20% by streamlining functions.
  • Monitor administrative and billing functions for timeliness and accuracy, focusing on improvement of Days Sales Outstanding (DSO).
  • Implemented ERP system (SAP/R3), improving productivity and decreasing Days Sales Outstanding (DSO) by three days.
  • Awarded Southern Region Division Controller of the year and Division with Best Days Sales Outstanding (DSO) performance.
  • Improved DSO by two days by aggressively monitoring collection calls, aging buckets, and major customer accounts.
  • Managed Account Receivable team and led effort to reduce DSO's from 39 days to 28 days.
  • Oversee Credit Collections team and collaborate with team manager to achieve DSO and bad debt goals.
  • Reduced outstanding receivables and lowered DSO by 10 days, and improved ITO by 15%.
  • Reduced Days Sales Outstanding (DSO) by 18 days with major automotive customer.
  • Improved both DSO and DOH measures and resulting cash flows.
  • Established budget goals for Days Sales Outstanding (DSO).
  • Reduced DSO by 10 days through improved cash collection processes.
  • Developed divisional KPI's and decreased DSO by 11 days.
  • Achieved division adjusted ROA of > 30% and AR DSO < 30.
  • Reduced the regional DSO & DIH at the lowest level in 9 years.
  • Reduced DSO's from 79 days to 55 days.
  • Provided insight and analytical review on AR trends, DSO, capital spending, internalization, and other key operating metrics.
  • Spearheaded reduction of A/R DSO by 15 days.Implemented new physical inventory procedures which resulted in reducing physical inventory by one day.
  • Organized and trained the credit and collections department, resulting in an twenty day reduction in DSO.
  • Lowered DSO by 25 days through implementing aggressive collections policy and driving processes for A/R management.

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36. Ensure Compliance

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Here's how Ensure Compliance is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Designed a regulatory database allowing the City of Austin to research Texas regulations and ensure compliance with environmental permitting.
  • Analyze capital appropriations for reasonableness and ensure compliance with appropriate strategic initiatives.
  • Achieved above satisfactory audit results by implementing processes to ensure compliance.
  • Provided direct support to unit Operations and IT to ensure compliance with 5 year Division, Group, and Corporate Plans.
  • Define and participate in the development of standard accounting procedures for entire company and ensure compliance within the division.
  • Set the tone for a strong control environment and SOX compliance and conduct periodic reviews to ensure compliance.
  • Revamped the G/L reporting and account reconciliation processes to ensure compliance with internal and external auditing standards.
  • Monitored internal accounting controls to ensure compliance with management's intent and conformity with FAR and DCAA.
  • Manage external auditor assignments, both financial and governmental, to ensure compliance with requirements.
  • Reviewed all cost entries to ensure compliance with the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR).
  • Analyzed budget variances, researched and took corrective action to ensure compliance with allocations.
  • Gather and review data to perform regulatory audits to ensure compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley.
  • Coordinate with internal and external auditors to ensure compliance with policies and procedures.
  • Work with department managers to ensure compliance with HR policies & practices.
  • Review contracts to ensure compliance.
  • Complete monthly checklist of closing files and division level operations procedures to ensure compliance with Sarbannes Oxley requirements.
  • Administered any payroll and labor issues Maintained contact with grantors and state regulators to ensure compliance Maintained collaborative banking relationships.

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37. Special Projects

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Here's how Special Projects is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Prepared special projects and financial analysis for discussions with management concerning product investment and/or pricing decisions.
  • Prepared and analyzed financial statements, posted all monthly journal entries, and special projects as needed.
  • Hired as the Assistant Controller, promoted to Special Projects Accounting Manager and finally, Division Controller.
  • Directed HR, payroll, sales commissions, special projects and information systems for 175 employees.
  • Volunteered for special projects with audit and assisted in Monterrey, Mexico SOX audit.
  • Respond to Plant and Corporate Management for special projects, financial reports and analysis.
  • Involved in special projects, which included due diligence and acquisitions.
  • Led divisional reporting, budgeting, and special projects.
  • Performed special projects assigned by President and CFO.
  • Participated in a wide variety of special projects.
  • Worked with teams to carry out special projects.
  • Performed special projects as assigned by CFO.
  • Developed system to determine best way to allocate resources for special projects.
  • Developed ad hoc financial reports and special projects as required.

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38. Executive Management

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Here's how Executive Management is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Reviewed monthly financial reports including analysis on labor, inventory, expenditures and capital assets with operational and executive management.
  • Monitored the Bank's Nonperforming Asset portfolio to insure accurate financial reporting to executive management.
  • Interacted directly with executive management analyzing information for the Retail and Financial Services Bank.
  • Developed electronic consolidated monthly and quarterly reporting for the executive management group.
  • Analyzed HVAC Division's operations and provided recommendations to management/senior management/executive management.
  • Coordinated and prepared budgets and forecasts, and executive management summaries.
  • Provide monthly financial statements for review by Executive Management.
  • Perform various special projects for Executive Management.
  • Present capital appropriation requests to Executive Management.
  • Led and coordinated the annual strategic and business planning process and was a liaison to the Executive Management Team.
  • Commended by executive management team for preparing and presenting company's best 2014 budgets.
  • Submitted weekly revenue, profit, and sales flash reports to executive management.
  • Participate in key decisions as a member of the executive management team.
  • Selected to attend IBM International Executive Management School, Belgium.
  • Attended monthly project reviews to deliver project status to executive management for multi-million dollar projects.
  • Analyzed and explained forecast and budget variances to executive management.Coordinated internal and external audits.
  • Managed/prepared monthly, quarterly and year end financials and all reporting to the board, executive management and department managers.

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39. ROI

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Here's how ROI is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Prepared ROI's, performed due diligence, and closed several acquisitions of manufacturing and distribution channel companies including internationally.
  • Developed automated reporting tools used to analyze profitability, ROI, and inventory levels.
  • Prepared ROI analysis for initiatives.
  • Introduced return on invested capital (ROIC) as the driving business metric to improve asset utilization and boost inventory turns.
  • Prepared various cost studies IRR and ROI calculations on new equipment purchases and new product designs and pricing.
  • Reviewed and analyzed complex scenarios to identify most favorable cash returns (ROI, IRR & MIRR).
  • Prepare bi-annual ROI models to ensure current pricing is maximized to obtain the highest levels of return.
  • Formulated 10-year NIKETOWN investment strategy financial documentation of contribution after capital charge, IRR, and ROIC.
  • Provided NPV, ROI and EVA analysis for investment, capital, leasing and acquisition decision making.
  • Exposed favorable markets/products to management by developing portfolio success metrics such as ROI, time to revenue.
  • Reviewed all capital proposals for justifications, ROI, and timing to support strategic development.
  • Performed Capital Analysis on all domestic Capital Projects, ROI's including potential Plant Closure.
  • Reduced bad debt by analyzing pricing/terms scenarios for current/potential customers through ROI and profit models.
  • Prepared ROI analyses for proposed new products and R&D projects.
  • Assisted Operations with Capital Expenditure Analysis including IRR, ROI and EBITDA.
  • Divested $6 million division freeing resources for higher ROI value.
  • Provide ROI justifications for capital projects.
  • Provided semiannual ROI pricing models and response to four large RFPs during brief tenure in Atlanta.
  • Review all requests for capital investments, ensuring compliance of company policies and ROIs.
  • Developed breakeven and ROI financial models.

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40. Information Technology

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Here's how Information Technology is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Directed accounting and information technology functions for a $10M US & Mexico subsidiary of a $750M Swedish-based paint manufacturer.
  • Directed all Finance, Accounting, Planning, Internal Control, Information Technology, Tax and Legal activities.
  • Managed Information Technology staff of 2, Cost Accounting staff of 2 and Purchasing staff of 6.

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41. Financial Activities

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Here's how Financial Activities is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Implemented and monitored business improvements related to the financial activities, policies, accounting practices and plans of organization.
  • Developed and implemented financial best practices and ensured the alignment of financial activities with strategic business plans.
  • Directed and managed Division financial activities for publicly-held national manufacturer of computer modems.
  • Promoted transparency of financial activities through implementation of monthly financial review with management.
  • Finance Manager responsible for all financial activities of Danish Trading Subsidiary.
  • Directed financial activities for manufacturer of scientific testing equipment.
  • Managed all financial activities for worldwide Assembly, Test, Mark & Pack manufacturing organization ($900+M spending rate).
  • Train new hires in the division on corporate standard operating procedures where applicable, in day to day financial activities.
  • Implement internal controls relating to financial activities as required by the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX 404).
  • Supervised all financial activities related to the operation of the division.
  • Supervised and directed all financial activities of the division.
  • Directed all financial activities and line profitability analysis for four manufacturing locations with sales of $150MM.

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42. Annual Audit

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Here's how Annual Audit is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Coordinate annual audit and tax filings with external auditors and serve as main contact for resolution of questions.
  • Identified over $400K in book gain previously unrecognized by outside CPA firm during annual audit.
  • Managed 5-day month-end and annual closings, including coordination of annual audit and physical inventories.
  • Coordinate the annual audit effort with the Company's external firm (PWC).
  • Interfaced with external CPA firms to support the annual audit and tax return preparation.
  • Work with external audit team on annual audit (manage physical inventories).
  • Reduced time required for annual audit field work by 40%.
  • Assist in annual audits by preparing schedules and performing audit procedures.
  • Managed annual audit efforts with Public Accountants.
  • Prepared annual budget and directed annual audit.
  • Assist the corporate controller in preparing for annual audit by providing timely required deliverables
  • Create new business models and pricing for outsourced services offered to client Conduct semi-annual audits of business units.
  • Insure on going corporate compliance and interface with external audit on all fiscal controls and annual audits.
  • Manage assets, payables, receivables, internal (SOX) and external annual audits.
  • Directed annual audit engagements with Deloitte and Ernst & Young.

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43. Process Improvement

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Here's how Process Improvement is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Reviewed monthly actual, forecast and plan numbers to explain variances, identified process improvement opportunities and developed appropriate corrective actions.
  • Delivered information requirements, analysis, process improvements / implementation and issue resolution supporting all company departments.
  • Scrutinized plant operations to identify and contribute to process improvements and profit-enhancing opportunities.
  • Determined and monitored effective accounting policies & procedures and continually pursued process improvements.
  • Documented processes to maintain internal controls and identify process improvement potentials.
  • Practiced continuous process improvements by constantly researching alternative routing avenues.
  • Involved in process improvement initiatives.
  • Staff leadership & Process Improvement: Direct work of collections personnel; simplified collections process by developing receivable reports.
  • Lead process improvements strategies in functional areas to better serve customers, financial growth, and safety.
  • Served on company-wide initiatives, such as process improvement teams and ERP and MRP implementation teams.
  • Led Process Improvement, SOX compliance, and Senior Management assigned projects across the multiple regions.
  • Implemented process improvements reducing the monthly close process from 5 to 2 days.
  • Inventory management (2.2M), costing, process improvements and audits.
  • Implemented process improvements for enhanced compliance with sales and use tax laws.
  • Implemented process improvements to make sure controls are adhered to.
  • Identified and initiated process improvements to drive operating efficiencies for each brand.
  • Developed various process improvements increasing accuracy and time efficiencies.
  • Recommended process improvements to increase efficiencies.
  • Trained in Sig Sigma and LEAN process improvement techniques.
  • Lead multiple process improvement initiatives .

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44. Financial Functions

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Here's how Financial Functions is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Initiated, managed, reviewed and analyzed a variety of operational and financial functions directly for executive management.
  • Led day-to-day accounting and financial functions of a $500M division, including AP, AR and cash management activities.
  • Direct and oversee the accounting and supporting financial functions for a $250 million, 600+ employee, operating Area/Division.
  • Lead the accounting and supporting financial functions performed at various facilities in Chicago area.
  • Managed daily financial functions for divisions located in Circle Pines, MN and St.
  • Direct all general ledger accounting and financial functions including month end closing procedures.
  • Manage all financial functions for both companies.
  • Utilized Yardi for daily financial functions.

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45. Monthly Basis

low Demand
Here's how Monthly Basis is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Prepared financial statements and presented analysis to Board of Directors on monthly basis.
  • Worked directly with Fleet National Bank purchasing gold/silver on monthly basis
  • Prepared account reconciliations/analysis on a monthly basis.
  • Analyzed the financial performance of HS countries and reported findings to HS HQ on monthly basis.
  • Worked closely with each segment to review results, variances and forecasts on a monthly basis.
  • Prepare job costing spreadsheets for the manufactured products by contract on a monthly basis.
  • Visit focus facilities on a monthly basis and non-focus facilities on a quarterly basis.
  • Prepared and analyzed financial statements for all commercial entities on a monthly basis.
  • Prepared cost reports and review them with Program Managers on a monthly basis.
  • Compiled and prepared statistical reports to Headquarters office on a monthly basis.
  • Reviewed and presented key metrics to management team on a monthly basis.
  • Performed financial analysis on a monthly basis for all wealth management companies.
  • Process $4Million+ of multifamily wire transfers on a monthly basis.
  • Reconciled balance sheet accounts on a monthly basis.
  • Reconcile all inter-company accounts on a monthly basis.
  • Close books on a monthly basis.
  • Reconcile on a monthly basis.
  • Presented the financials to the Vice President and others on a monthly basis.

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46. Monthly Forecasts

low Demand
Here's how Monthly Forecasts is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Prepared and coordinated operating/financial revenue and expense budgets by academy and provided monthly forecasts on District or Region basis.
  • Prepared monthly forecasts, variances and productivity measurements.
  • Prepared annual operating plans and monthly forecasts.
  • Completed monthly forecasts and variance analysis.
  • Prepared monthly Forecasts and Projections.
  • Prepare yearly financial budget, strategic plans and monthly forecasts presented to CEO, CFO and other members of upper management.
  • Collaborate with Senior Management to develop strategic plans, annual budgets, monthly forecasts and analyzing monthly results and variances.
  • Coordinated requirements of corporate Accounting including Internal and External Audits, Annual Budget, Monthly Forecasts, Process changes.
  • Provided budgets, monthly forecasts, and financial results for regional, as well as corporate leadership.
  • Compiled and presented the yearly Southern Division budget and monthly forecasts to the corporate office.
  • Prepared monthly forecasts, managed monthly close and cash management of six sites.
  • Prepared monthly forecasts of P(L) and Balance Sheets.
  • Generated annual division budget as well as monthly forecasts.
  • Created division monthly forecasts and annual budgets.
  • Supported monthly forecasts and annual budgets.
  • Prepared budget and monthly forecasts.
  • Developed monthly forecasts, annual budgets and collaborated with upper management on municipal bid proformas analysis and written communications.

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47. Joint Venture

low Demand
Here's how Joint Venture is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Directed strategic planning and physician joint venture development and management.
  • Worked on setting up a joint venture in Turkey and participated on many joint venture and acquisition evaluation teams.
  • Managed reporting functions for Indian joint venture with assets of $8 million & revenues of $12 million.
  • Led the integration for two acquisitions, one joint venture and the divestiture of two business units.
  • Record inter-company journal entries with knowledge of multiple business unit relationships, including joint ventures.
  • Created a joint venture relationship in Brazil for the manufacture and distribution of automotive products.
  • Assisted with the complete acquisition of a manufacturing joint venture operation in Mexico.
  • Managed the due diligence process for a Joint Venture with Midland Steel Products.
  • Handle all joint venture deal bi-weekly cash projections and monthly financial statements.
  • Controlled compliance to and accounting for joint venture contracts.
  • Prepared joint venture balance sheets and income statements.
  • Turned around complex joint venture construction project.
  • Managed multi-entity international project accounting and accounting for international joint venture and licensing activities.
  • Integrated Chinese joint venture company's financial reporting for consolidated financials - Traveled to Beijing for Board meetings.
  • Supported the sale of a New York joint venture resulting in a $40 million pre-tax gain.
  • Perform Treasurer duties for Allied Ring Corporation, a joint venture with Riken Corporation in Japan.

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48. Strategic Plan

low Demand
Here's how Strategic Plan is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Directed preparation of consolidated financial statements, budgets, forecasts and strategic plan for domestic and international operations.
  • Established product pricing strategies, product profitability and strategic planning efforts.
  • Developed strategic planning sensitivity models to forecast impact of strategic initiatives.
  • Served as right hand man to Division President assisting in strategic planning and decision making in all facets of the business.
  • Managed operating & capital budgets, monthly & quarterly forecasts, long-range and strategic plans and policies & procedures implementation.
  • Analyzed, consolidated, and monitored division's annual strategic plan to ensure performance to goal.
  • Provide financial / business analysis for Budget Planning, Strategic Planning, and Monthly Business Reviews.
  • Ensured that Finance tactical and strategic plans and implementation met or exceeded company's needs.
  • Participated in the annual strategic planning process including the preparation of the financial models.
  • Prepared and presented annual budget and strategic plan to the corporate word-wide executive team.
  • Prepared quarterly/annual reports, produced long range strategic plans and made BOD presentations.
  • Negotiated contracts, created forecasts, upgraded procedures, assisted with strategic planning.
  • Served as a contributing member of the division s strategic planning team.
  • Collaborated with senior staff members on yearly strategic plan.
  • Helped to develop a two year strategic plan.
  • Guided preparation of the annual strategic plan.
  • Developed the business strategic plan.
  • General Accounting for Division, Strategic Planning and Analysis, conducted manufacturing benchmarking studies, manufacturing expansion, site locations.
  • Prepared monthly and annual forecasts.. * Participated in budget, and strategic planning process.
  • Developed 5 year strategic plan.

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49. R

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Here's how R is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Implemented margin analysis that contributed directly to maintaining healthy margin percentages from 2008-2010, despite extremely competitive global economic situation.
  • Complete month-end closing procedures utilizing JD Edwards and Online Document Management systems and resolve inaccurate expenses.
  • Directed daily / monthly Treasury operations, including reconciliations and foreign currency hedging.
  • Monitor division level inter-company transactions and past-due accounts for collections and necessary adjustments.
  • Implemented a weekly financial scorecard and trend analysis for plant operations.
  • Managed general accounting and related support functions of the operation.
  • Prepared annual capital and operating budgets.
  • Delivered financial analysis / modeling.
  • Assisted in the implementation of two financial software system conversions first from Oracle to Platinum, Platinum to J.D.
  • Merged two acquisitions into the division: Big Island concrete operation and Maui quarry operation.
  • Spearheaded regional Finance Seminars / training events to build team cohesion and skill levels.
  • Assisted CFO in preparation of budgets, financial reports, and analysis.
  • Gained experience in setting up and maintaining the cost accounting system.
  • Manage a senior accountant and collaborate with finance and accounting teams.
  • Managed the accounting of inter-island sand and aggregate barge shipments.
  • Provided financial leadership for the division and two manufacturing plants.
  • Ensured accuracy of compliance with accounting policies and procedures.
  • Reconciled stockpile, stores, and fuel inventory.
  • Delivered highly effective controllership, managing $600M in revenue / $125M in assets.
  • Recognized as Bell Microproducts Latin America 2008 Employee of the Year.

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50. Budget Preparation

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Here's how Budget Preparation is used in Division Controller jobs:
  • Coordinate financial management functions including budget preparation, operational audits, variance analysis, and financial analysis.
  • Assisted in financial report preparation, budget preparation, and performed cost variance analysis and financial analysis.
  • Enhanced budget preparation process utilizing personal computer.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Division Controller

Financial Statements39.9%
General Ledger Accounts6.9%
External Auditors6.3%
Annual Budget4.6%
Revenue Growth4.6%
Balance Sheet3.8%
Business Units3.4%
Gaap3.3%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Division Controller

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Financial Statements
Financial Statements
30.6%
30.6%
2
2
General Ledger Accounts
General Ledger Accounts
5.3%
5.3%
3
3
External Auditors
External Auditors
4.9%
4.9%
4
4
Annual Budget
Annual Budget
3.6%
3.6%
5
5
Revenue Growth
Revenue Growth
3.5%
3.5%
6
6
Balance Sheet
Balance Sheet
2.9%
2.9%
7
7
Business Units
Business Units
2.6%
2.6%
8
8
Gaap
Gaap
2.5%
2.5%
9
9
Sarbanes-Oxley
Sarbanes-Oxley
2.4%
2.4%
10
10
SOX
SOX
2.3%
2.3%
11
11
A/P
A/P
2.1%
2.1%
12
12
Variance Analysis
Variance Analysis
1.9%
1.9%
13
13
ERP
ERP
1.9%
1.9%
14
14
Human Resources
Human Resources
1.8%
1.8%
15
15
Due Diligence
Due Diligence
1.8%
1.8%
16
16
Journal Entries
Journal Entries
1.4%
1.4%
17
17
New Product Development
New Product Development
1.3%
1.3%
18
18
Internal Controls
Internal Controls
1.3%
1.3%
19
19
Inventory Management
Inventory Management
1.3%
1.3%
20
20
Oversight
Oversight
1.3%
1.3%
21
21
Inventory Control
Inventory Control
1.3%
1.3%
22
22
Cost Savings
Cost Savings
1.3%
1.3%
23
23
Audit Procedures
Audit Procedures
1.2%
1.2%
24
24
Annual Sales
Annual Sales
1.2%
1.2%
25
25
Direct Reports
Direct Reports
1.2%
1.2%
26
26
Revenue Recognition
Revenue Recognition
1.1%
1.1%
27
27
Close Process
Close Process
1.1%
1.1%
28
28
Financial Management
Financial Management
0.9%
0.9%
29
29
Company Policies
Company Policies
0.9%
0.9%
30
30
Financial Performance
Financial Performance
0.8%
0.8%
31
31
Customer Service
Customer Service
0.8%
0.8%
32
32
Parent Company
Parent Company
0.8%
0.8%
33
33
Corporate Office
Corporate Office
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
Capital Expenditures
Capital Expenditures
0.7%
0.7%
35
35
DSO
DSO
0.7%
0.7%
36
36
Ensure Compliance
Ensure Compliance
0.7%
0.7%
37
37
Special Projects
Special Projects
0.6%
0.6%
38
38
Executive Management
Executive Management
0.6%
0.6%
39
39
ROI
ROI
0.6%
0.6%
40
40
Information Technology
Information Technology
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
Financial Activities
Financial Activities
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
Annual Audit
Annual Audit
0.6%
0.6%
43
43
Process Improvement
Process Improvement
0.6%
0.6%
44
44
Financial Functions
Financial Functions
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
Monthly Basis
Monthly Basis
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
Monthly Forecasts
Monthly Forecasts
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
Joint Venture
Joint Venture
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
Strategic Plan
Strategic Plan
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
R
R
0.5%
0.5%
50
50
Budget Preparation
Budget Preparation
0.5%
0.5%

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