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Join us as a Financial Controller!
What is a Financial Controller? What does a Financial Controller do? The Financial Controller is responsible for collecting, monitoring and analysing data from different entities (warehouses, carriers, customers, etc.).
He/she is a key player in performance management. He/she analyses costs, indicators and results. He/she looks for solutions to optimise, improve and develop performance, and contacts the right people to implement the appropriate measures. He/she then follows up these measures and checks that they are bearing fruit. In order to perform their duties to the full, Financial Controllers must have excellent communication skills and a broad view of the business in order to propose innovative and effective solutions.
Among other things, the Financial Controller exercises permanent control over the company’s budgets. He/she is responsible for analysing the financial health of the company, setting objectives with management and then drawing up a budget to meet these objectives.
This specialist therefore draws up budget forecasts (based on information provided by the commercial departments) and puts in place control procedures.
The salary of the Financial Controller is very competitive worldwide.
Join us as a Supplier Accountant!
At FM Logistic, the Supplier Accountant has many exciting responsibilities. Amongst these, he/she will post and check supplier invoices, justify supplier account balances and perform reconciliations, participate in monthly closing activities and record provisions and control accounting. The tasks also include the management of the supplier database, the application of ERP working methods and the payment of invoices.
Join us as a Treasury Manager!
The Treasury Manager is responsible for carrying out daily cash operations: balance transfers, collections, payments and control statements, managing daily relations with banking partners: retrieving the group’s bank statements, justifying balances, preparing manual payments (cheques, transfers) or automatic payments, monitoring business cards and entering short-term forecasts into the cash management software. The cash manager also verifies bank conditions by type of transaction and monitors flows by bank, controls and manages debt monitoring by updating schedules and recording flows in the cash and accounts.
The treasury manager ensures the administrative and technical management of bank accounts, including the management of signature delegations. He/she participates in the closing entries of the accounts and the treasury in connection with the treasury cycle, monitors the progress of projects in collaboration with your manager and participates in the control and validation of third party bank details.
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If you want to join a motivated and dynamic team, apply to FM Logistic!