Feasterville Trevose, Pennsylvania
May 12, 2024
May 19, 2024
Work Mode
Work from office
Full Time
Employment Type
Organization Type

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Salary: $140,000 - $170,000 per year

A bit about us:

Our client designs and manufactures laboratory equipment and medical devices. This equipment is utilized in hospitals, blood banks, clinical laboratories, and research laboratories. They produce a diverse range of benchtop equipment, including histology equipment, incubators, ovens, shaking/rocking/rotating equipment, microbiology equipment, as well as sample heaters and coolers. Their equipment is distributed globally through their network under both branded and private labels. Additionally, they offer customized equipment for customers needing specific products to complement their reagents and assays. Their objective is to manufacture products that consistently surpass customer expectations and regulatory standards.

Why join us?
  • PTO Package
  • Comprehensive Health Benefits plan
  • 401k retirement plan

Job Details

The Controller will be responsible for developing, directing, managing, and sustaining the financial and treasury resources of the company. This role will offer overall financial direction and guidance while also supporting operations through financial and treasury assistance. Additionally, the Controller will identify, recommend, and potentially implement technology solutions across all organizational aspects.


Strategically plan, develop, organize, direct, and evaluate the financial function and performance of the organization.
Contribute as a strategic partner in the development of the corporation's short- and long-term plans and programs.
Deliver timely and accurate financial reports, analysis of trends, and budgets to support the CEO and other senior executives in their duties.
Manage all banking relationships, including negotiating loan and treasury arrangements.
Oversee negotiation and maintenance of insurance coverage, benefit plans, and serve as a key member of the 401k investment committee.
Offer proactive advice, consultation, and recommendations for process and procedure enhancements.
Ensure the presence of adequate disaster recovery plans.
Assess and implement financial AI tools as they become available.

Minimum of five years' experience in financial management, preferably with significant exposure to a manufacturing environment.
Demonstrated success in banking relations and treasury management.
Strong written and verbal communication skills.
Proven leadership capabilities as an integral part of the management team.
Experience with the implementation and/or maintenance of financial software and ERP systems; familiarity with Acumatica and Sage is advantageous.
Proficient knowledge of US GAAP accounting policies.
Certified Public Accountant with a Bachelor's degree in Accounting.
Solid understanding of cost accounting principles.

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