Operations Controller

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Employer
HMSHost
Location
Bethesda, MD
Posted
May 16, 2018
Closes
May 20, 2018
Hours
Full Time
Summary: The Operations Controller is responsible for managing cost controls, budgeting and forecasting processes, financial analysis and reporting, and accounting procedures for a single branch or region with multiple locations ranging from small to large sales volume operations. This position is responsible for effectively implementing company defined financial metrics throughout their area of responsibility. The Operations Controller is primarily responsible for providing fact based input into development projects by working with field management in accurately evaluating financial risks and returns of potentially new business opportunities. This position is responsible for the direct management of the activities of their respective accounting staff. This position is responsible for the evaluation of the accounting processes for their geographic area, and makes the appropriate recommendations and/or implements the appropriate solutions. This is an exempt position and typically reports to the Business Controller. Essential Functions: Manages the preparation and transmission of branch accounting information such as sales and profit figures, payroll data, accruals, transfers and inventories Oversees maintenance of internal accounting records and is responsible for preparing timely area management and corporate/regional reports Maintains the appropriate control environment within their area of responsibility ensuring compliance with all corporate accounting standards within the region and provides necessary training to branch management in accounting standards and corporate policies and procedures Manages the budget and forecast process for the region including review and validation Provides accurate fact based analysis for ad hoc reporting as requested by the Business Controller Prepares reports and presentations, including developing financial bridges for the Business Controller review