WTS Energy is seeking a highly motivated and experienced Cost Controller to join their team.
The Ideal candidate will be responsible for providing financial and accounting information to management through research and analysis of accounting data, as well as preparing and verifying financial transaction reports.
About the WTS Energy
From its incorporation at the turn of the century to today, WTS Energy has continuously grown to become a global provider of solutions for the Energy and Engineering market.
In this dynamic field, WTS Energy continues to develop solutions to meet its customers’ evolving needs. Many more markets are yet to be won and are ready to take on the challenge.
Accountable for the formulation, development, and implementation of effective analytical review of the plant’s financial performance and recommending proposed solutions as required.
In charge of the operating budget and budgetary controls for the Agri-hub.
Manage the physical inventory strategy, count, and analysis for the month.
Partner with operations management to provide advice and technical assistance with operational processes.
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Presentation of monthly manufacturing performance results.
Analyze product costs and variances associated with purchased and manufactured goods.
Analysis of Production Financial Reports, as well as the collection and reporting of financial data in a timely and accurate manner.
Develop more efficient and accurate manufacturing reporting.
Perform and Report on results of periodic audits of Inventories (Work in Process, Finished Goods/Raw Materials).
Compiling, analyzing, and reporting financial data. Creating periodic reports, such as balance sheets, and profit & loss statements.
Financial duties that may be assigned by the immediate supervisor.
Update accounts payable/receivables and post all purchases in the system.
Ensuring all transactions are recorded in time and with proper supporting, verification, and also valid approvals only.
Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance.
Must have a minimum of 5 years of manufacturing cost accounting experience.
Experience utilizing ERP systems and have a good understanding of MRP (material resource planning.
Must have experience with manufacturing standard cost environment.
Aptitude for relating manufacturing activities and processes to financial outcomes.
HSE basic courses (preferred)
Fluent in Excel.
Fluent knowledge of English.
The candidate should have a thorough understanding of the profit and loss statement, cost drivers, and cost forecasts as well as the ability to communicate outcomes to management.
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