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Global Industrial Operations Controller
At Electrolux we are on a journey to shape living for the better. By creating desirable solutions and great experiences that enrich peoples’ daily lives and the health of our planet, we want to be a driving force in defining enjoyable and sustainable living.
Global Industrial Operations is a part of Global Operations which drives best practice and world class manufacturing and supply chain. Digitalization, automation, smart world class factories and production processes as well as a fully transparent digital supply chain are major pillars to support operational excellence as key element of our strategy. We’re now looking for a Controller to join our team.
With ambitions as big as ours, we need powerful guardians to guide us. That makes this a big job on a truly international playing field, with all the freedom and scope you need to help realise our goals and take it all to the next level.
REGULAR DAY AT WORK
As Global Industrial Operations Controller you’ll be a business partner, providing proactive insight to Industrial Operations management and supporting activity prioritization and decision-making with a digital mind-set. You will plan and evaluate the performance in Manufacturing and Supply Chain together with the controllers in the business areas with financial and non-financial key indicators. As Controller you’ll also be involved with the planning of business cases and follow ups with projects in Manufacturing and Supply Chain.
You will be responsible for the coordination of timely and accurate reporting of the financial key figures for the planning, annual budget, quarterly forecasts and monthly actual results. You’ll lead Manufacturing and Supply Chain financial consolidation and reporting, including analysis and follow up of deviations to targets. You will work closely with the other Global Operations controlling functions, Group Financial Planning & Analysis and business area controllers on reporting and analysis of manufacturing cost, product cost, inventory levels, logistic cost, process capital expenditures and its correlation to the financial statements.
•Analytical - With an eye for detail and the ability to interpret complex data. A passion for analyzing data and making business conclusions and recommendations.
•Agile - Both reactive and proactive, you work efficiently and flexibly, to deliver results. A fast thinker with ability to pick up and treat new information rapidly.
•Expert - You not only know your area of expertise, you are passionate about it and understand how it can enable and support people to work better and achieve more.
•Communicative - Whether face-to-face or on the phone, you can communicate plans and articulate your ideas with colleagues at all levels.
•Influential - You know your stuff and can articulate it well, building a case that is sound and people can buy into.
•A Leader - You have a vision and a purpose, and you can inspire and influence others to not only share it, but also apply their abilities to achieving it.
•Strategic - You define the agenda and execute it with your team and across the business with a wide network of stakeholders.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE
•University degree in Finance or Finance/Engineering/Manufacturing
•Minimum 10 years working experience in related areas and on sector level, preferably from Manufacturing or Supply Chain
•Ability to develop reporting and analysis structures in a complex global environment
•Strong controlling and analytical capabilities
•Digital Mindset (preferably with experience relating to controlling systems)
•Experience from working in a truly international environment. Working with people of all level and of multi-functional and multi-cultural teams.
•Fluent English, both written and spoken (any other European languages would be an advantage).
Contact person: Chris Murray