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Manager Costing

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Challenge assumptions in seeking cost improvements in factory. Seek for and support cost improvement opportunities, be an active contributor to improvement projects and initiatives validate and review proposed savings. Partner with Engineering to manage costs and review capital proposals.
2. Compile reporting of actuals (including organizing and overseeing timeliness and accuracy of period-end close, and promoting ownership of data at source); and dynamic forecasts for the factory; ensure transparency of this process; follow up and monitoring of progress to close gaps, ensuring Nestle financial policies, Accounting Standards and Costing Standards are followed
3. Participate in business planning; prepare and coordinate the factory budget with factory management; Perform revisions or simulations if needed. Work with team members to develop new product costing in accordance with costing standards.
4. Coach and develop the cost specialist personnel as individuals and as a team, including career and succession planning using TPMS tools.
5. Ensure full transparency of costs and financial impact to the organization of major or strategic decisions relating to the factory

REQUIREMENTS AND MINIMUM EDUCATION LEVEL:
Bachelor's degree required. Degree in accounting, finance, or equivalent field preferred.
EXPERIENCE:
3 years of experience in a manufacturing facility preferred.

Communication, leadership and planning skills.
1 year of supervisory experience preferred.
SKILLS:
Ability to communicate to all audiences within the organization.
Leadership experience with direct and indirect reporting relationships.
Accomplished planning skills.
Aptitude with financial systems.

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