Chief Financial Officer At A Private Equity - Backed

We are seeking a candidate with:  15+ years of progressive financial management experience including strong operational experience in a manufacturing environment.  Strong experience with cost accounting and inventory management is required.  A hands-on leadership approach in leveraging systems and processes in order to drive significant and profitable growth.  Experience in Private Equity is required HR and IT experiencepreferred. The ability to assess operational and financial technology and systems needs and implement appropriate solutions.  Demonstrated knowledge of financial systems and infrastructure, including developing financialreporting and internal controls in an organic and acquisitive growth environment.  Proven success as a strategic and proactive financial advisor to the CEO.  Intellectual curiosity.   A strong interpersonal skill set.  An undergraduatedegree in business, finance, or accounting; a CPA or MBA preferred.   Reporting directly to the CEO, the CFO will be responsible for all aspects of financial, systems, and administrative management and provide key leadership in corporate and operational financial functions, including financial and operational control; planning, forecasting, and analysis; cash flow; treasury; audit; taxes; transfer pricing; information systems; investments and corporate development.  In addition to providing financial leadership, this individual will:  Function as a strategic business partner and a problem solver.  Be directly involved with the daily financial oversight and management of the company.  Take charge of the financial and reporting aspects of the company.  Help drive the performance, business planning, and growth orientation of the business.  Manage relationship with banks in a leveraged environment.  Liaise seamlessly between the company, the board, and fund-level management.  Partner closely with the CEO to lead the company through a profitable exit at the end of the hold period.
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
15+ years

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