Controller in Henderson, CO at Veolia North America

Date Posted: 11/16/2019

Job Snapshot

Job Description

Job Summary: 

Responsible for insuring that proper financial procedures and policies are established and complied with to protect the assets of the company as well as overseeing the preparation, supervision, and accuracy of a variety of intricate and complex accounting functions to include preparing accounting studies and reports of an on-going and nonrecurring nature. Analyze operating financial statements for conformance to company requirements and governmental regulations, laws, and accepted accounting principles. Maintain region(s) ledgers and related records and compiles and verifies accuracy of computations of lower level accounting functions as well as keeping immediate staff informed of company policies, performance, and direction. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: 

Provide accurate income statements by profit center within five day monthly close cycle and other supporting financial reports to enable site managers in evaluating existing and/or potential business opportunities.

Insure accuracy of financial reports from review through completion to include income statements and balance sheets for presentation of actual performance of each profit center. 

Conduct and participate in monthly management business reviews and ensures that presentation materials are accurate and complete.

Review and approve individual and/or composite expense reports, capital purchases, and other financial related requests to accurately reflect incurred costs on a monthly and/or quarterly period.

Advise staff and upper management personnel at various sites on financial decisions as required for certain capital expenditure changes that would affect some or all facilities within the region(s). 

Provide financial information at monthly and/or quarterly staff meetings to ascertain actual year-to-date revenues as it relates to target goals.

Review and examines accuracy of a variety of accounting computations regarding compliance issues, costs, and accounts receivables to ensure achievement of annual targets and/or implement corrective action when actual data reflects unachievable targets.

Provide strategic focus for region(s) in accordance with VES-TS policies, procedures, and guidelines to promote understanding and consistency within the financial arena.

Job Requirements

Education/Experience:

BS in Accounting or related discipline required
7-10 + years in the hazardous waste industry or related work experience required

Knowledge, Skills and Ability:

Extensive technical knowledge of accounting standards and principles
Computer proficiency with Microsoft Suite 
Strong team player
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
Time management: the ability to organize and manage multiple deadlines
Strong customer orientation
Ability to effectively present information
Strong supervisory and leadership skills
Ability to create & prepare reports as necessary