The Corporate Finance Manager manages the daily financial activities of the organization, controls financial resources, and ensures that all financial transactions, systems, and procedures comply with regulations and standards.
Activities may include financial analysis and reporting; taxes; insurance; credit control; accounts payable and receivable; inventory and cost control; and budgetary and forecasting.
- Maintain organizational finance principles, procedures, and initiatives.
- Prepare financial reports and analyses, present findings and make recommendations to executive management.
- Ensure that all required tax returns and other reports are filed accurately and in a timely manner.
- Develop, contribute, and execute annual business and strategic plans.
- Maintain business processes that meet or exceed legal and corporate compliance.
- Attend internal and external audits to ensure timely compliance.
- Develop, collaborate, and contribute with internal Company groups to support business proposals for new and existing businesses.
- Analyze the income, liabilities, credit conditions and other financial indicators of the organization to forecast its cash flow position in the short, medium, and long term.
- Evaluate and recommend investments and other financial instruments to meet these cash flow needs.
- Advise management on financial matters and the impact of laws and regulations on the organization. Provide expertise and advice to managers to help them develop budgets, understand financial reports, and manage their financial responsibilities.
- Select and manage relationships with consultants and advisors to ensure satisfactory service standards.
- Communicate at a high level, both to receive and to disseminate information for clear understanding.
- Apply a level of knowledge of financial methods, tools, and strategies for plant operations
- Apply GAAP knowledge to comply with all regulatory and corporate regulations.
- Develop reports and training in administrative/financial areas.
- Apply knowledge in forecasts and financial models to evaluate alternative financial scenarios and results.
- Develop, motivate and mentor employees for advancement within the organization
- Performs other duties as assigned by management
- A Finance, Accounting, or related bachelor’s degree and/or the ability to pass the standard Corporate employment selection test.
- A minimum of 7-10 years of Accounting or Financial experience, with a minimum of 3 years in a manufacturing setting
- Must be able to speak, read, write Japanese to communicate Japan HQ
- The ability to apply an expert level of financial knowledge, methods, tools, and strategies for operations.
- High level written and verbal communication skills at both receiving and disseminating information for clear understanding.
- The ability to prepare models for making complex judgments in the interest of the company and employees.
- Lead through demonstration of company values.
- Customer Orientation
- Profitability focused
- Negotiation skills
- Expert computer skills in all applications