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Job Title

Finance Manager - Leinster

Employer

KENNY-WHELAN AND ASSOCIATES

Location

WICKLOW

Description

The Finance Manager will lead the finance team on a Solid Oral Dosage Pharmaceutical Formulation and Finished Product plant. Responsibilities include overseeing the accounting, corporate reporting, financial planning, compliance and business support for that site. The Financial controller will work as a key member of the extended site leadership team providing insight and support on all financial aspects of the business. The role has a solid functional reporting line into the Director, Finance. Key Responsibilities: Financial Planning and Analysis. • Partner with site management to complete the financial planning cycles for a manufacturing Plant. • Prepare Planning slide deck with supporting schedules and file with GMS (Global Manufacturing Services. • Present Financial Plans to Finance Director and site Site Leadership Team. • Assess and communicate local risks and opportunities in order to anticipate performance variances. • Support cost accountant in preparation of product standard costs annually. Corporate Reporting. • With the support of the Shared Services Centre team prepare monthly P&L for the Bray site. • Prepare and file reporting pack, including financial metrics update, with detailed analysis and insights to key deviations for the site. • Present monthly results to Finance Director and site Site Leadership Team for review and analysis. • Complete all actions from review process in a timely manner. • Engage in full balance sheet review with Shared Services Centre team monthly. Business Support. • Drive financial awareness and Financial KPI delivery with local management. • Prepare appropriate financial analysis of all deviations (OpEx. spend, manufacturing variance, Purchase Price Variance. and CapEx.), from financial plans to guide local management decisions and follow through on remediation actions. • Monitor all financial transactions for the Licenced business and ensure accuracy and completeness. Identify and communicate in a timely manner any financial risks exposures observed with this business to Finance Director. • Prepare business case in support of new product introduction and significant site investments. Compliance and Internal control. • Ensure compliance with all corporate guidelines and IFRS. • Test and maintain strong internal control systems around company assets. • Fully support all GIA and external audits on site. Compensation and Benefits - Management Responsibility. • Supervision of payroll and all related benefits administration for the site and analysis of outputs from the payroll process. • Manage, direct, develop and mentor the Compensation and Benefits Analyst. GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES: • Participate fully in any cross functional training initiatives. • Drive and promote the corporate values within the workplace. • Actively foster, in cooperation with other TIL staff, an ethos and culture of safety awareness where safety is accepted as an integral part of the overall business. Ensure that Accident Reports / Near Miss Forms are completed in a timely manner after an event. • Ensure timely completion of all SOP, reading, training and assessment. • Other duties as required and directed by the Director, Finance or other Officer appointed by the Board of Directors. EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS: • Finance Degree. • CIMA / ACCA / ACA qualification. RELEVANT EXPERIENCE: • Minimum of 5-10 years Finance Management experience in a manufacturing environment. • Expert knowledge of standard costing and manufacturing variance analysis. • Able to work on modern ERP & IT systems and experience with SAP Manufacturing Accounting is essential ( ECC6. • Experience with payroll process and management is desirable. SKILLS/COMPETENCIES: • Sound and up to date knowledge of Irish GAAP and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS. • Be highly motivated and possess strong communication skills, both written and verbal. • Enquiring mind and excellent analytical skills. • Proficient in all Microsoft tools. • Hands-on approach and proven ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines. • Proven ability to influence at all levels within the organization. To apply please send your CV to ecahill@kenny-whelan.ie.

Date Added

11 days ago

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