Chief Financial Officer
Location: Newington, NH
SIG SAUER® world renowned firearms are the weapons of choice for many of the premier global military, law enforcement and commercial users. In our world-class facilities, we build the toughest, most precise rifles, pistols, suppressors, optics, ammunition, and air guns, while offering the finest firearms training — all as a fully integrated system. We do this because we share the same drive to be the best, the same love of freedom, the same unwillingness to compromise — as those who choose SIG.
The tremendous growth of SIG SAUER has fueled outstanding opportunities for experienced professionals to join our team.
SIG SAUER will provide relocation assistance if needed!
As the Chief Financial Officer, you will lead the Company's finance organization, develop and implement financial and operational plans to drive growth and extend finance based decision-making throughout the company.
Responsible for overseeing the financial, budgeting and accounting functions of the company and its subsidiaries. Summary duties include: financial planning, strategy and policy formulation; implementation of generally accepted accounting practices; management of working relationships with banking, and other lending institutions within the financial community is critical; the maintenance of company fiscal records; the preparation of financial reports; and compliance with regulatory and tax authorities. Should have a strong Operations knowledge and willing and able to play an active role in all facets of this manufacturing company’s operations.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Directs the financial business of the organization, including ensuring the accurate and timelypreparation of financial statements with supporting documentation in order to advice and counsel management.
Prepares financial analysis of activities throughout the organization, providing information to management in order to identify financial issues and opportunities, offer financial guidance and promote organizational goals. Interprets financial information and educates company personnel in the use of financial data.
Monitors the financial position of the company, accelerating cash receipts and controlling disbursements, overseeing bank balances, maintaining lines of credit and banking relationships is key. Establishes and maintains credit and collection procedures, and managing overdue accounts, as necessary.
Reviews the consolidation of all financial data, ensuring consistent methodology and alignment. Works with Senior Executives in the formulation of all business strategy and policy.
Coordinates and directs the preparation of budget and financial forecasts, consolidating companywide requirements. Institutes and maintains planning and control procedures. Analyzes and reports variances.
Ensures maintenance of General Ledger transactions, reviewing journal entries and accruals necessary to accurately reflect company activities.
Reviews job costing procedures and methodology for the purpose of inventory accuracy and cost related to monthly profit and loss, addressing and elevating issues as required.
Responsible for tax planning, facilitating tax preparation and ensuring timely preparation of tax returns. Ensures compliance with all federal, state, and local corporate, payroll and other applicable taxes
Organizes, oversees and directs audit by the company's independent auditors, ensuring that complete and accurate information is provided and that audit costs are controlled. Coordinates Annual Physical Inventory.
Manufacturing/Industrial Organization Expertise
Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Education and/or Experience
MBA or MS in finance is highly desired. CPA and/or CFA preferred.
Cost Accounting Expertise a must
10-15 years of experience as CFO in a manufacturing organization whose revenues are in the $500M to $1B+ range.
Advanced computer skills, including Microsoft Office and Oracle or SAP a plus.
Operation and/or implementation of integrated business system solutions.
Six Sigma and lean experience.
SIG SAUER, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, non-disqualifying physical or mental disability, national origin, veteran status or any other basis covered by appropriate law.