FINANCE, ACCOUNTING AND PROCUREMENT

Job tasks for financial and accounting positions will include financial reporting and analysis, forecasting, complex financial modeling, accounting entries and reconciliations, actual spending and headcount analysis, cross-functional teamwork, ad hoc analysis and presentation to management for the purposes of financial decision making.

The successful Finance and Accounting candidate must be a self-motivated team player who enjoys making a difference. The candidate must have strong business exposure and finance/accounting coursework (BS or higher in Finance or Accounting, good knowledge of SOX, be detail-oriented, organized and accurate. Strong oral and written skills are a plus for these positions. 

Controller: Coordinates, administers, and controls financial operations. Provides tax, insurance and other reports required by governmental regulations. Reviews, analyzes, and interprets financial and budgetary reports. Directs all aspects of accounting operations and the preparation of annual financial forecasts. Oversees the development of financial accounting systems required to maintain reporting requirements.  Selects, develops, and evaluates personnel to ensure the efficient operation of the function.

Financial Analyst: Develops, interprets and implements financial concepts for financial planning and control. Performs technical analysis to determine present and future financial performance. Gathers, analyzes, prepares and summarizes recommendations for financial plans, acquisition activity, trended future requirements and operating forecasts. Performs economic research and studies in the areas of rates of return, depreciations, working capital requirements, investment opportunities, investment performance and impact of governmental requirements.

Buyer/Planner-Commodity Specialist/Manager: Plans, schedules and monitors the movement of materials through the production cycle to determine required materials purchases. Obtains materials using engineering and production schedules to maintain inventory at planned levels (i.e., Just-in-Time purchases, use of EOQ - Economic Order Quantities). Resolves discrepancies. Creates and maintains bills of material and parts/commodities numbers in supply chain management or other enterprise-wide systems. Ensures material standards are met and non-conformances or variances are approved and/or minimized. Develops specifications for new contract orders. Gathers quotations, examines bids and makes awards. Monitors cost, schedule and scope of assigned subcontracts to assure best quality at best value. Evaluates vendor reliability and develops new supply sources where vendors and suppliers are no longer competitive

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Sr Financial Analyst 1
Sr Financial Analyst 1 San Jose, CA, US Oct 21, 2017
San Jose, CA, US Oct 21, 2017
Accountant
Accountant Penang, 07, MY Oct 20, 2017
Penang, 07, MY Oct 20, 2017
US Tax Manager
US Tax Manager San Jose, CA, US Oct 20, 2017
San Jose, CA, US Oct 20, 2017
Accountant 1
Accountant 1 Penang, 07, MY Oct 19, 2017
Penang, 07, MY Oct 19, 2017
Credit Collections Spec 2
Credit Collections Spec 2 Penang, 07, MY Oct 14, 2017
Penang, 07, MY Oct 14, 2017
Sr Accountant 1
Sr Accountant 1 Penang, 07, MY Oct 14, 2017
Penang, 07, MY Oct 14, 2017
Sr Mgr Finance
Sr Mgr Finance San Jose, CA, US Oct 8, 2017
San Jose, CA, US Oct 8, 2017
Mgr Finance
Mgr Finance Kawasaki, 14, JP Oct 6, 2017
Kawasaki, 14, JP Oct 6, 2017
Controller 1
Controller 1 Bangalore, KA, IN Oct 4, 2017
Bangalore, KA, IN Oct 4, 2017
Credit Collections Spec 2
Credit Collections Spec 2 Penang, 07, MY Sep 30, 2017
Penang, 07, MY Sep 30, 2017