Supply Chain Controller
Entreprise: BRANA, S.A.
Type de contrat de travail:
Contrat à durée indéterminée
Localisation: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Date d'embauche: 15 juillet 2016
Publiée le: Jun 15, 2016
Supply Chain Controller at BRANA, S.A.
Description du poste:
SUMMARY OF THE POSITION
Be the Business Partner for the OpCo Supply Chain Management Team (including distribution and logistics) and through good understanding of the functional processes ensure effective business decision making.
Increase shareholder value for HEINEKEN by setting and supporting delivery of challenging OpCo financial and non-financial targets in the Supply Chain area within an effective and robust financial control environment.
MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Drive greater connectivity across Supply Chain and develop a culture of continuous improvement.
Aims to create, together with Supply Chain Management, E2E reporting which fosters formulation and execution of E2E strategy. Identifies and helps to mitigate risks; has a forward-looking focus, detecting and utilizing business opportunities.
Ensure the development of the overall Finance Function by working closely with the Commerce Business Controller and Reporting and Accounting.
Foster a culture of fact based decision-making and cost consciousness throughout the organization.
2. Business Partnering and Decision Support
Maximize business performance by working closely alongside, challenging and influencing the Supply Chain Management.
Provide advice, guidance, and influence/strengthen decision making in Supply Chain.
• developing business cases
• providing scenario modelling
• creating cost and efficiency analyses
• Leading analyses to provide the financial impact of Supply Chain decisions affecting the Golden Triangle
• leading ad hoc analysis to gain insight where relevant.
Proactively work with the Supply Chain Team to identify, analyze and exploit business opportunities (e.g. new product development, cost saving opportunities), intervene on fundamental issues, and provide financial leadership on strategic projects.
Drive the preparation of Supply Chain Fund Applications including relevant analysis of and advice on the investment that is applied for as well as execution of post-audits where relevant.
3. Planning, Budgeting and Forecasting
Support the business planning cycle of Supply Chain within the OpCo for the 3-year Strategic Action Plan, the Annual Operational Plan and Latest Estimates including providing relevant challenge to Supply Chain Director.
Ensure finance involvement in the S&OP process to secure a cross- functional Supply Chain perspective and alignment with the various Latest Estimates.
4. Business Performance Management
Monitor and develop insight on the quantitative and qualitative (financial and non-financial) performance of the Supply Chain function, and communicate this insight through the preparation and delivery of streamlined reporting including commentary.
Facilitate target setting, monitor and challenge performance in the Supply Chain area, amongst other via the SCDS and TCM initiatives.
Interpret and report on the results from BCS to make the impact of operational indicators on financial figures visible (whereby it is noted that BCS data are owned by the operation, not the controller).
Monitor actual cost development vs. Budget/LE and provide early warnings on deviations. Present results to the Supply Chain Management.
Define and challenge the requirements for standard management reporting.
Work with the Supply Chain teams to devise a Functional Policy and Investment/Disinvestments.
5. Control, Compliance and Risk Management
Establish and implement policies and processes within the Supply Chain Function to ensure the integrity of accounting records and financial information.
Ensure risks for the Supply Chain Function are managed throughout the year; propose mitigating actions and flag risks to the Supply Chain Management.
Ensure the proper execution of business controls as identified in the Key Control Framework.
ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS, REQUIRED EXPERIENCES, COMPETENCIES AND BEHAVIOURS
Finance Professional, Graduate University/MBA.
4 to 5 years of experience in the area of Controlling.
Experience in leading change.
Excellent written and verbal communicator at all levels.
Skills and preparation of good business cases.
Good understanding of the Supply Chain processes of the OpCo.
Junior control experience in the area of Supply Chain.
Fluent in French and English.
Business Analysis & Challenge
DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR THE APPLICATION Stakeholder Management
Handwritten Letter of expression of interest (1 page)
Curriculum Vitae ;
Other support materials