Financial Operations Manager
The Financial Operations Manager is responsible for controls and process documentation related to inventory and will manage a team to conduct confirmations of worldwide field inventory, facilitate cycle counts and warehouse physical inventories, and maintain the valuation of instruments and cases and other fixed assets. You will be responsible for compiling information and performing analysis for inventory accuracy, performing extrapolation for missing items, determining excess and obsolete and other reserves, and approving journal entries and reconciliations prepared by your team. You will be responsible for meeting our accelerated month-end close schedule by ensuring journal entries and reconciliations are completed timely.
The Financial Operations Manager will ensure proper control over inventory and fixed assets by complying with our internal controls. You will be responsible for implementing process improvements and maintaining process documentation. Process improvements will include implementing system solutions and working with Operations to replace physical inventories with cycle count programs. You will also be a key contact for internal and external audits and support external reporting requirements.
The Financial Operations Manager will be a leader who will provide guidance, mentoring and professional growth to our team through cross training and delegation. You will be a team player with strong communication skills and will interact with the Operations, IT and Product Development departments to ensure accurate and timely completion of tasks. Travel up to 10% may be required.
· Inventory controls, management review controls and process documentation
· Oversee cycle counts, field confirmations and annual physical inventories
· Prepare excess and obsolete reserves and missing inventory reserves
· Key contact for internal and external auditors.
· Review monthly fixed asset reconciliations
· Recommend controls for weaknesses identified
· Participate in special projects as required
· Adhere to the letter and spirit of the company Code of Conduct, the AdvaMed Code, MedTech Code, and all other company policies. Ensure Compliance with applicable governmental laws, rules, and regulations, both in the United States and internationally, by completing introductory and annual training and maintaining knowledge of compliance as it applies to your role.
· Represent the company in a professional manner and uphold the highest standards of ethical business practices and socially responsible conduct in all interactions with other employees, customers, suppliers, and other third parties of Globus.
· Undergraduate degree in Accounting
· Minimum of five years of accounting experience with manufacturing/warehousing
· Public accounting (Big 4) preferred
· Demonstrated ability to supervise others
· Requires knowledge of business systems and Microsoft Office applications
· Requires a demonstrated ability to be objective and use good judgment
· Ability to excel in a fast paced, deadline driven environment
· Well organized, detail oriented team player with proven ability to multitask effectively
· Solid communication and organizational skills