Corporate Controller Roles

Accounting Operations
The Accounting Operations function is responsible for the strategy and leadership of our Accounting shared services teams
Corporate Controller
The Corporate Controller job family leads the accounting and financial reporting activities and is responsible for the leadership, development and execution of the company’s corporate accounting function.
International Accounting
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SEC & SOX Reporting or Corporate Controller
Levels Senior SEC Analyst Senior SEC Analyst Job Grade The Senior SEC Analyst is a grade 7. Senior SEC Analyst Job Responsbilities Assist with the preparation of external financial reporting and supporting schedules, including S-1, 10Q, 10K, 8K and quarterly investor slides, and other financial reporting as required. Assist in earnings release process including preparation of the quarterly management reporting package and review of financial information included in the earnings release and script.
Levels Treasury Analyst The Treasury Analyst reports to the Director Treasury Treasury Analyst Job Grade The Treasury Analyst is a grade #6. Treasury Analyst Responsibilities Partner effectively across functional teams (AP, Payroll, Accounting, Legal, and Tax) to execute on key Treasury initiatives and cross-functional projects involving Treasury Maintain worldwide banking relationships Execute the 13-week Cash Forecasting Process Execute and continuously improve daily treasury operations not limited to cash management, Treasury systems, processes and controls, foreign exchange, domestic and international intercompany settlement/funding and short-term investments Assist with ongoing bank account administration including opening and closing of accounts, updating account documentation, maintain authorized signatories, and KYC (Know Your Customer) requirements Ensures compliance with SOX controls, FBAR, anti-money laundering regulations, and other rules governing cash transactions and banking Actively monitor and analyze bank fees, FX pricing and other treasury-specific budgets Prepare monthly, quarterly and ad-hoc management reporting Support internal /external audit requirements and reporting Ad-hoc Treasury projects as needed Treasury Analyst Requirements Bachelor’s Degree in Finance, Business Administration, or Accounting preferred 1-2 years’ progressive experience in corporate treasury or international commercial bank Basic understanding of cash management, corporate finance and accounting Experience with Netsuite or similar ERP software Experience with major banking portals Ability to work remote and independently Senior Treasury Analyst The Senior Treasury Analyst reports to the Director Treasury


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