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Regional Controller in Winston-Salem at Vaco

Date Posted: 1/4/2019

Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type:
    Full-Time
  • Location:
    Winston-Salem
  • Job Type:
  • Experience:
    At least 5 year(s)
  • Date Posted:
    1/4/2019
  • Job ID:
    REGIO44548

Job Description

Right now, we are seeking a Regional Controller for one of our manufacturing clients in the triad. The job would entail approximately 25% domestic travel (one week per month). Instead of being another faceless resume, let Vaco advocate for you! If you're an experienced Regional Controller and you are interested in the opportunity, apply now!

As a Regional Controller, you will serve as a business partner and advisor who will analyze and interpret financial results and operations in order to optimize financial performance and competitiveness. You will provide oversight and be instrumental in financial reporting. You will be responsible for growing the top line using your knowledge of manufacturing process and cost to reduce operating costs while utilizing your accounting skills on a day-to-day basis!

Regional Controller responsibilities:

  • Giving guidance with a focus on revenue and margin growth
  • Financial reporting
  • Budgeting/forecasting
  • Providing internal controls management
  • Developing/improving processes/procedures
  • Ensuring regulatory compliance

Job Requirements

You are one click away from your next big career move. Vaco can help you leverage your accounting skills and experience, to turn this exciting opportunity into a job offer. Here’s what you’ll need to succeed in this role. Regional Controller requirements: • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance • Professional accounting/financial designation heavily preferred: CPA, CMA, CA, CGA • MBA, preferred • 5+ years in manufacturing accounting • Progressive career that shows growth and advancement to help build and grow with the rapidly growing company • 25% minimum domestic travel to different plant sites (1 week per month, with the remainder of the time in the Winston-Salem office)