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CFO Venture Aerobearings & Controller Aero Bearing Service Center

CFO Venture Aerobearings & Controller Aero Bearing Service Center
Ladson, South Carolina, USA

Venture Aerobearings LLC, our joint venture with General Electric producing jet engine bearings is looking for a person to take the role as CFO. On the same site we have a SKF aero engine bearing repair center where the position holder will act as unit controller. Both units report in to our Bearing operations cluster and are located in Charleston SC.
Job description
- To secure that the Venture Board is fully informed regarding the financial aspects of the business.
- To support in the JV contract negotiations to secure that both parties have a correct and common understanding of its financial consequences.
- To proactively take a key role in the unit Management team.
- To be responsible for external financial contacts, such as external auditors, tax authorities, banks etc.
- To be responsible for the SKF (ERP) and GE legal and operational (IRP) accounting and reporting
- To manage all financial transactions in the business. For Venture that includes Cash book, Accounts receivables, Accounts payables and Fixed assets
- To further develop and drive the unitsâ financial activities
- Business planning, long and short term forecasting
- Unit performance analysis and performance follow up.
- Quote handling
- Production performance follow-up and standard cost generation
- Asset Management, cash flow planning, inventory management, investment preparations and follow up
Experience / Knowledge:
  • Sound accounting and controlling experience in a Factory/business environment
  • Good knowledge of SKF common financial standards, systems and principles
  • Experience from working in the unitsâ IT systems XA Mapics and SARA Masterpiece is a bonus
Personal strengths:
  • Good communication ability with especially the ability to manage by influence
  • Excellent analytical skills and focus on details
  • Result oriented
  • Excellent teamwork skills as well as individual working capacity
  • Fluent in English
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