The role of the Controller is responsible for operations accounting and financial reporting of the Canadian sites within the Sealing Technologies (“ST”) segment and the development, analysis, and interpretation of statistical and financial information to evaluate operating performance. The focus is on results in terms of costs, budgets, trends and opportunities for profitability and key metric improvement. This position serves as the financial leader of the site operations with a focus on process and data integrity, as well as proactive financial leadership to the local management team.
Embrace the values of the Enpro safety pledge in each of the below responsibilities. Participate in the organization’s safety culture and aim to continuously improve safety within all aspects of your work.
Foster a work environment that promotes mutual respect of all colleagues and creates an environment focused on a dual-bottom line.
Promote the Sealing Technologies and Enpro culture around creating value and driving excellence in our organization by:
Prepare, compile and analyze month end, quarterly, and annual financial statements
Direct activities of accounting staff and coordinate such activities with those of other departments in support of day-to-day operations, budgets, and forecasting
Participate as an integral member of the site leadership team, including providing data-driven analysis, interpretations, and proactively recommending actions to drive continuous improvement
Interpret operating results as they affect the financial aspects of the site and make specific recommendations that will result in increased efficiencies and profit improvement
Develop or leverage periodic management reporting and analytical tools – product line / customer margin reporting, department budget analysis, working capital analysis, product line inventory reporting, and other varied key metrics to support operational tracking and improvement
Support site management team in preparation of financial analysis for capital expenditures, new product business, pricing or any other requests that are required
Review periodic shipments for low or negative margins to generate actions to improve profitability, and to provide feedback on quote accuracy from a manufacturing cost estimate versus actual cost perspective
Establish and review all site overhead allocation rates for appropriateness, as well as for establishing accurate fixed and variable cost models for pricing
Maintain an internal control environment in compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley requirements and US GAAP
Coordinate with external resources and prepare respective Canadian tax filings
Job Competencies & Qualifications
Ability to collaborate work effectively in teams throughout the organization
Communicates effectively in a variety of mediums
Instill trust with key stakeholders with sincerity, authenticity, and integrity
Manage through influence to guide team members toward value-adding actions
Preferred experience: MBA and/or CPA, significant cost accounting experience
Minimum Education: Bachelor's degree in Accounting or Finance
Minimum Experience: 5-7 years of experience in manufacturing environment, including accounting/finance experience
Fluent in French and English
EEO and Culture Statement:
Enpro is a leading provider of engineered industrial products for the processing and general manufacturing industries worldwide. The company operates in three segments: Sealing Products, Advanced Surface Technologies, and Engineered Materials.
Sealing Technologies-Safeguarding Critical Environments
Composed of Garlock, STEMCO, and Technetics Group, these businesses leverage a high degree of materials science application expertise, extensive proprietary knowledge, and deep customer relationships to create innovative sealing solutions complemented by value-added systems integration.
EnPro Industries is an equal opportunity employer. Legal authorization to work in Canada is required. We will not sponsor employment visas now or in the future for this job.
GLOBAL PERFORMANCE: Nearly half of annual sales are generated in markets outside the U.S.