Danaher Corporation Plant Controller in Pensacola, Florida
Be part of something altogether life-changing!
Working at Cytiva in the Life Sciences industry means being at the forefront of providing new solutions to transform human health. Our incredible customers undertake life-saving activities ranging from fundamental biological research to developing innovative vaccines, new medicines, and cell and gene therapies.
At Cytiva you will be able to continuously improve yourself and us – working on challenges that truly matter with people that care for each other, our customers, and their patients. With associates across 40 countries, Cytiva is a place where every day is a learning opportunity – so you can grow your career and expand your skills in the long term. Your health and wellbeing are important to us and together we will not compromise on safety in the workplace or the environment.
Cytiva is proud to work alongside a community of nine fellow Danaher Life Sciences companies. Together, we’re pioneering the future of science and medicine, developing products that enable researchers in the fight to save lives.
What you’ll do
Accounting and ReportingResponsibility for weekly and monthly operational reporting.Weekly monitoring of plant related KPIs: Manufacturing variances, Costs/Absorptions, Headcount, Scrap and Labor Utilisation.Prepare timely monthly site Financial and Operational reporting to include; Manufacturing variances, Costs/Absorptions, Headcount, Inventory, Capex and Labor Utilisation.Monthly labor & overhead productivity calculation and submission, comprising of year-over-year analysis of plant expense accounts compared to change in plant labor hoursMonthly forecast preparation and presentation of forecast to Ops and BU leadership.Analyse variances to forecast and Prior year, providing commentary to explain the variances with recommended actions.Support operational actions to drive incremental productivity and/or enable growth.Support Inventory forecasting and inventory optimisation/reduction initiatives.Responsibility for annual budgeting activities relating to site financial performance.
CapexClosely monitor capital expenditure, ensuring controls and processes are adhered to, assessing for any financial risk or adjustments required, and ensuring that "assets under construction" are capitalized in a timely and accurate mannerWorking closely with project managers to ensure projects are within planned costs, on time and delivering expected ROISupport business case and CAR preparation for any new investment
ComplianceSupport external and internal audit for the manufacturing plantOrganize and lead cycle counts/ wall-to-wall counts as applicableSupervision of local SOX Controls including review of CAR forms
Business PartnershipBe a key leader as part of the site leadership team and engage on all aspects of the site normal operations, Daily Management, Kaizen, Engagement, Townhalls and standard communications.Provide financial visibility, direction and education to the plant manager and various departmental leaders, providing recommendations to improve site financial performance and productivity.Assist in Prioritization of Kaizen activities.Partner with the Global Operations Finance team and the local site engineering team to support the annual standard cost update process, including analysis to evaluate the impact of standard cost processes on inventory and the plant financials.
Who you are
Knowledge & Key Skills:
Strong analytical skills.
Able to summarize results and complex data in a succinct manner and present to (non-) financial management.
Professional Office skills (especially Excel) plus corporate reporting tools experience (eg. HFM or similar)
At least 5-7 years working experience, in comparable role
Essential Previous Experience:
Plant Controlling and Financial analysis/reporting experience
Budget/ Forecast of a manufacturing plant
Knowledge of standard costing, variance analysis and re-costing/ calculation preferably in SAP.
Has worked in a SOX 404 environment or similar organisation
When you join us, you’ll also be joining Danaher’s global organization, where 80,000 people wake up every day determined to help our customers win. As an associate, you’ll try new things, work hard, and advance your skills with guidance from dedicated leaders, all with the support of powerful Danaher Business System (https://www.danaher.com/how-we-work/danaher-business-system) tools and the stability of a tested organization.
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