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Product Line Controller

  • Location: Aberdeen
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Sector: Credit Controller / Assistant, Finance Controller / Assistant
  • Date posted: 07/06/2019
  • Job reference: VR/44413
This vacancy has now expired.
Raeburn have a requirement for a Product Line Controller to join our client. This is a permanent opportunity to join a major Oil & Gas service company in Aberdeen.

As Product Line Controller you will be responsible for overall financial management and coordination of a Product Line. Your primary responsibilities will include:
- Providing overall financial management and profitability of the Product Line.
- Monitoring the working capital within the Product Line such as Asset efficiency measurement/tracking and optimisation of inventory level.
- Assessing customers for credit limit, identifying at risk receivables and following up with sales/customer to ensure overall reduction in receivables and DIR.
- Understanding of inventory processes, days on hand, evaluating obsolescence provision adequacy, and assessment of future business needs.
- Highlighting trends on cost inflation and identifying opportunities to save/reduce discretionary spend to supply chain.
- Ensuring that all financial transactions are recorded in compliance with company policies and procedures.
- Organising periodic audits internally and assist in external audits.
- Practical application of Product Line specific accounting complexities such as Costs/Revenue recognition (e.g. Performance based, gain share, multi-elements, Bill & Hold, IPM);
- Identifying Vendor re-pricing opportunities and participate in major contract negotiation with Supply Chain Services.

To be considered for this opportunity you should be able to demonstrate the following:
- Finance or Accounting Degree
- Demonstrable experience in a financial role
- Problem Solving skills

Only those with the Right to Work in the UK should apply. Raeburn do not have the ability to provide visa sponsorship, therefore current valid ability to work in the UK is required.