Group Business Controller

Group Business Controller

PACTICS Group

The PACTICS Group is a leading player in the manufacturing industry, with a strong reputation for delivering top-quality products to renowned brands worldwide. We prioritize sustainability and ethical practices to make a positive impact on society and the environment. With our operations spanning a factory in Cambodia, a sourcing office in China, and various trade companies worldwide, we uphold these core values at every level of our organization.  
 
As we strategically expand beyond reliance on a single primary customer in the Eyewear industry, we aim to strengthen our presence in the Travel & Luggage and Sportswear segments by partnering with smaller and midsize companies that share our values. This transition drives the need to enhance our existing Technical, Product Development, and Sourcing capabilities.  

job summary

Join our international team in Siem Reap as a Group Business Controller and take a leading role in ensuring our business operates efficiently and effectively. As an integral member of our team, you will be responsible for ensuring key internal business and commercial controls are in place throughout the organization, sharing responsibility for the economic and financial performance of the company.

You will work closely with operational and administrative departments to develop financial planning processes, design, and implement overall business plans, and conduct financial analysis at different operational levels. In this, you will serve as a partner to our CEO and play a pivotal role in driving our business forward in all areas.

what you will be doing

Overall responsible for Finished Goods Item Costing:

  • Ensure Standard Costs are maintained timely and accurately in ERP by applying the correct Bill of Materials (“BOM”) and Labor Operations (“OPS”) costings to the active item list.

Quotation Review and Pricing Decisions:

  • Review new quotation requests received from the Product Development department for accuracy and completeness.
  • Advise item prices to quote in the context of the wider portfolio, customer target price information, and strategic intentions.

Perform Profit and Costing Analysis, including Contribution Margin Per Business Unit:

  • Maintain up-to-date Item level details of Contribution Margins across the different customers and segments.

Perform Standard Costing Variance Analysis:

  • Analyze, with the help of the relevant department(s), the reasons for variances between Standard Cost and Actual Cost at the item level.

Ensure OECD-compliant Transfer Pricing:

  • Ensure the Transfer Pricing policy is correctly and consistently applied, and updates are made to Transfer Prices to achieve the overall objective of OECD-compliant Transfer Pricing.

Advise Operational Departments on Costing and Commercial Issues:

  • Work across all business units in the company to ensure proper controls are in place to safeguard the assets of the business, but also to maximize the return on these assets within the acceptable-risk level.

Business Analysis, Financial Appraisal, and Project Work:

  • Prepare analysis for the CEO to aid decision-making or serve as meaningful insights into the business, covering the full spectrum of Sales and Costs as far as this impact the P&L, Balance Sheet, and Cash Flow.

Preparation of Annual Budget and Business Plan:

  • Prepare the Annual Budget (P&L, BS, and Cashflow) with inputs from Operational and Administrative departments.
  • Support the CEO in the preparation of the annual Business Plan.

what we ask

  • Analytical and logical reasoning skills.
  • Ability to do accurate financial computations under pressure.
  • Extensive finance or accounting experience in a commercial setting.
  • Demonstrating management skills.
  • Being proficient in Microsoft Office applications, such as Excel, PowerPoint, and Word.

Advanced skills:

  • Having experience with a multi-national firm or managing very large divisions.
  • Experience in working with high-level professionals.
  • Industry-specific financial experience.
  • ERP knowledge.
  • Proficiency in a second language/English.
  • Excellent Client Communication skills.

We offer a competitive salary based on working experience and the salary rank for this position and other incentives such as health insurance, professional development, subsidized lunch, and training funds.

Pactics is an equal-opportunity employee. This means we judge you on your ability to do the job, not on your gender, religion, disability, age (however you must be above 18 years old due to legal reasons), or anything else. We encourage diversity in the workplace so please apply if you have the right skills.

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