The position of Associate Director, Corporate Financial Reporting and Consolidations will report directly to the Director, Corporate Financial Reporting and Consolidations and will play a significant operational and strategic role in supporting the overall Controllership function. This will include direct oversight of the global consolidation, financial and external reporting process. This individual will be a key liaison to the global finance organization and business process owners and will interact on a daily basis with regional and functional controllers, managers, and colleagues of various regions and enabling functions, as well as other members of BMS Controllers/Finance, Informational technology, and Legal/Compliance organizations.
The Associate Director will have substantial exposure to pharmaceutical industry accounting and reporting practices and provides an opportunity to enhance the financial reporting and analysis skills, strengthen verbal and written communication skills, and expand leadership skills in a global environment.
Manage and oversee the monthly, quarterly and yearly close and consolidation process, working closely with the appropriate stakeholders (local markets, tax, treasury, CFP&A and shared services).
Manage the internal quarterly and annual financial reporting including results of operations, specified items, balance sheet, cash flow and applicable analysis.
Responsible for monthly and quarterly reporting transactions, pre-close and accounting close meetings as well as coordination of all financial reporting deliverables.
Work closely with regional and functional controllers and finance support to ensure consistency, accuracy and efficiency in consolidated accounting, reporting and other key Controllership items throughout the organization.
Establish and manage financial reporting deadlines including communication of key close date calendar.
Assist in reviewing earnings releases and related financial information, investor and analyst materials and 10Q/10K reports.
Oversees the compliance with Sarbanes Oxley 404.
Analyze and implement changes to corporate reporting systems, processes, reports and controls to meet the Company’s evolving business models.
Assist external auditors in planning and execution of annual audits and quarterly reviews.
Assisting in special project and Ad hoc analysis.
Manage staff’s day-to-day responsibilities, coaching and mentoring, identifying professional development needs and training opportunities, and annual performance evaluations.
Provide strategic leadership in conjunction with IT, stakeholders and consultants to implement more efficient and effective processes and technology solutions for consolidations and reporting.
Public company experience is strongly preferred
BS in Accounting, Finance, or Business
CPA certification is required
8-12 years of total accounting experience of increasing level of responsibility
Bristol-Myers Squibb recognizes the importance of balance and flexibility in our work environment. We offer a wide variety of competitive benefits, services and programs that provide our employees the resources to pursue their goals, both at work and in their personal lives.