Their client requires someone with experience in working for a German based company or European Company … see some details below:
I am conducting a search for a Division Controller to join “the Executive Leadership Team” … our client is a significant Division of a “Global” brand name Corporation – based in Mississauga. The company is an OEM who assemble, manufacture and distribute finished product from their North American Headquarters (office/distribution facilities) here in Ontario. The position reports directly to the President of the Americas.
The Corporate Headquarters/Head Offices are in Germany – so a requirement exists for IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standards).
Our client requires a CPA and/or Professional Accounting Designation (CA/CMA/CGA) with 10+ years’ experience encompassing: Financial Reporting, General Accounting, Costing, Tax, Insurance, Cash Management, Credit & Collections, Payroll, Payables. Responsibilities entail:contact/interface with Head Office in Europe, “doing” business in Canada, the US, Mexico and the Americas. Experience with SAP, Managing staff, financial analysis, strategic planning, overseeing external audits/auditing firms, delivering effective Boardroom presentations, as well as, coaching/mentoring others.
The company employs approximately 200 people, non-union professional environment. Approximately $50 million annual revenues. The company manufactures, sells and distributes products across North America through a US Sales Team, Canadian Sales Team and Distributors across North America, Mexico.
The Package: Competitive Executive Base Salary, Eligibility for Annual Bonus/Incentive, Comprehensive Benefits & Matching RRSP with a great organization. Nice people, great Corporate environment! A spirited Leader, excellent Communicator and Team Player is required/preferred.
Perhaps you could share this openly with your network or perhaps post/circulate the opportunity somehow? We need someone soon … and the client really is a great employer!
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