Lilly Associate Director Manufacturing Finance in Branchburg, New Jersey
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This individual will work directly with the Manufacturing organization to help analyze and understand the financials behind their actual, forecast, budget and long range plan. Specifically, this role will liaise with budget owners manufacturing cost centers as well as other cost centers.
The role will be responsible for ownership over the product costing, absorption, inventory, losses, and use/yield variances. In this role, it is critical to demonstrate strong communication skills with local manufacturing leaders, budget owners and the Indianapolis manufacturing finance team. Additionally, he or she will need to be be a strong team player with the ability to work independently. He or she will have to apply analytical skills, and share financial outcomes within the Lilly finance organization in Indianapolis and non-finance managers.
Every effort has been made to identify the essential functions of this position. However, it in no way states or implies that these are the only duties you will be required to perform, nor is it intended to be such a listing of the skills and abilities required to do the job. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or is an essential function of the position.
This position is a key professional position supporting multiple departments. This includes helping to develop the forecast and business plan as well as analyzing the actual results to understand the variances and explain the variances within the local Finance organization and with Lilly Corporate, Accounting and Site Management.
Accountable for financial reporting around the site’s cost of goods produced on the Branchburg site; inventory on the balance sheet, and manufacturing variances on the income statement. Also, he or she will be responsible for developing the site’s standard costs. This includes working with Procurement and Operations Planning to coordinate the input, calculation, and storage of the master data in our instance of SAP. This role will have the key responsibility for communicating standard costing details with Lilly Tax and Lilly Manufacturing Finance.
He or she will be the central point of contact for maintaining and updating SOX documentation around the site’s inventory controls, and key point of contact for Sox audits internally and externally.
This position is also responsible for the handling of all real estate responsibilities that touch Branchburg’s scorecard. This includes reviewing rent and real estate expenses monthly from all Lilly NJ/NY sites. He or she will need to prepare forecast information for rent and real estate taxes quarterly and will own these items during the business planning process.
He or she will serve as the central point for all generation and approval of Company Code 171 monthly financial packages, JV logs, and CARTT reconciliations. With these items, he or she will work with the FP&A Associate VP to clearly lay out the details behind these reports and what needs to be approved on a monthly basis.
This role is responsible for any ad-hoc requested analysis driven by the Assoc. VP of FP&A and/or the cost center owners they support and internal/external auditors. Additionally, this role is responsible for any month-end closing financial or accounting items not explicitly mentioned above for the departments he or she controls financially.
Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or related field
5 to 15 years of accounting experience (cost accounting preferred)
CPA strongly preferred
Solid understanding of Mfg Finance processes and management reporting
Deep Expertise with SAP and SAP data structure related to materials, costing, and inventory valuation
Prior site manufacturing financial experience preferred
Financial controls knowledge
Influence and solid communication skills with demonstrated interpersonal skills
Ability to work with others under stressful conditions
Travel Required: 0-5%
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