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Role Summary: This is a new Lead Controllership Analyst role within the Global Operations Center - US. In this role, you will work with the process leaders to review, establish and maintain key controls across the processes. You will also be responsible to manage complex issues within functional area of expertise, and will be involved in driving consistent GE practices in the center. This role will report into the GO Controller- North America.
Partner with key stakeholders to drive quality, standardization and issue resolution
Provide guidance and support to the process leaders on the Risk Assessment & Mitigating Controls
Analyze Metrics and Reports to monitor risk and to assess effectiveness of controls
Update Risk and Control matrix and review SOPs to ensure existence of controls
Understand SOP’s for the Wing-to-Wing processes and drive initiatives to ensure seamless flow of data across the systems and processes
Ensure resolution of defects caused by the Upstream processes
Review accounting, financial reporting, financial control, and information systems to ensure adequate records and appropriate authorizations of transactions in accordance with GE standards
Collaborate with project and process teams to have effective risk assessment during the migration of work from other sites to the US center
Provide guidance in the areas of finance and accounting and drive completion of controllership initiatives
Participate in the design of the SOX annual audit plan and drive closure of deficiencies
Collaborate with owners and auditors to drive closure of open audit findings
Participate in tollgate review of system implementations and manage periodic review of access controls
Collaborate with process leaders to improve and sustain the SOX representation letter process
Lead standardization of controls & quality metrics
Drive compliance with SOD, Personally Identifiable Info, Document retention requirements
Provide support in tracking and reporting ad-hoc global controllership assignments
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or college in Accounting or Finance
5+ years of experience in audit/controllership
Skilled in identifying risks & implementing controls
Certified Public Accountant or Masters of Business Administration
Ability to anticipate, identify and resolve complex financial issues
Demonstrated financial analysis skills and knowledge of internal controls process
Thorough knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles
Demonstrated ability to drive process improvements
Demonstrated ability to influence multiple stakeholders across the organization
Excellent verbal and written communication skills with ability to effectively communicate clearly and concisely across all levels of key stakeholders
Proficiency in Microsoft Suite (Excel, PowerPoint and Word)
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