Teva Pharmaceuticals USA, Inc.

Plant Controller

Location US-NY-Copiague
Requisition #
# Positions
Experience (Years)
Accounting/Finance - Finance


Position Summary:

The Associate Director, Plant Controller will function as a key business partner to the Plant General manager and Operations FP&A to effectively account for all financial matters at the site-level


Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Ensure that financial results are reported in an accurate and timely manner
  • Manage the month/quarter end financial closing process
  • Analyze monthly financial activities through review of variance accounts (Cost Accounting)
  • Prepare internal financial and operational reports for effective financial management
  • Oversee capital activities
  • Compile annual budget data and transform the data into standard product costs for the upcoming year
  • Manage product-costing integrity through continuous analysis of relevant material, labor and overhead product databases
  • Prepare four forecast presentations working closely with Supply Chain and site Management


Position Requirements

Education Required:

Bachelor’s Degree in Finance or Accounting

Education Preferred

CPA or advanced degree a plus

Experience Required:

12+ years of related experience in financial forecasting and budgeting, analysis, reporting, and cost accounting

SAS ABC Cost Accounting experience a plus ability to work flexible hours periodically to comply with budgeting/financial closing timelines

Experience Preferred:

Plant controller experience preferred

Specialized or Technical Knowledge Licenses, Certifications needed:

Advanced Microsoft Excel skills including advanced financial modeling, pivot tables, v/h lookup


Hyperion skills including creating new templates


Power Point skills, ability to put together financial presentations


Proficiency in ERP and other financial planning systems (Oracle or SAP is a plus)

Functional Knowledge:

Possesses the skills to manage time and multitask efficiently


Able to guide oneself with little or no supervision and meet aggressive deadlines, self-motivated, high energy with ability to influence senior financial and operational professionals


Possess strong analytical, problem solving and critical thinking skills


Ability to work with and transform large amounts of data into relevant financial information


Possess a strong set of personal and business values


Possesses excellent, open, and proactive communication capabilities, identifying and addressing issues via an open, candid dialog


Candidate should have the ability to relay financial information to non-financial manager


Track record of developing high levels of credibility and forging solid and positive professional relationships with peers, and upper management and can operate effectively in a matrix reporting structure







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