Honeywell Director Revenue Controller in Phoenix, Arizona
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The SBU Controller position is responsible for all aspects of accounting for Aerospace and ensures U.S. GAAP guidance and Honeywell accounting policies are followed consistently. The position is also responsible for maintaining an environment of strong internal controls and high standards of accounting compliance. The position is the primary owner of U.S. GAAP accounting reviews of customer contracts and works very closely with finance and business leadership to achieve this objective. The individual is a key member of the Aerospace controllership team and an important partner to the regional business and finance leaders.
Major responsibilities include:
Ensure compliance with corporate accounting policies, U.S. GAAP and statutory requirements with respect to customer contracts, business proposals and ongoing customer engagement
Research technical accounting guidance for business specific scenario analysis and prepare white papers. Collaborate with SBU leadership and Finance teams on structuring and interpreting key contract provisions for appropriate accounting treatment
Provide timely support to Commercial Finance teams for contracts pursuits and estimate development, product launch analysis, distributor and channel partner arrangements, aftermarket agreements, etc.
Assist in developing contractual vehicles for proper accounting in the areas of long-term engineering, RDE recovery, licensing, aftermarket services and customer incentives
Provide guidance to business teams with respect to joint venture structures, related accounting and reporting matters
Participate in merger and acquisition diligence and integration activities
Assist with monthly/quarterly close process, review journal entries with finance teams and accountants
Review unbilled receivables, deferred engineering revenue and other aspects of long-term contract accounting
Provide SEA guidance for bids and proposals, purchase commitments, service bulletins
Ensure internal controls are designed and operating effectively, identify deficiencies, develop corrective action plans and continue monitoring for timely remediation and closure
Balance Sheet Reviews, internal and external audit support. Review significant transactions with external auditors and address questions / observations
Manage a team of 3-4 employees, train and develop for growth, provide training to broader finance teams
Support quarterly reporting requirements, including disclosure schedules and miscellaneous accounting matters
Assist Corporate Controller and finance organizations with special projects
Bachelor's degree in accounting or finance
12+ years of direct accounting and financial analysis experience in progressively responsible roles, public accounting experience with a big 4 national firm is a plus
4+ years of supervisory experience managing people and writing performance reviews
Develop strong working relationships across organizational or functional boundaries
Think creatively, anticipate problems and opportunities, develop vision for continuous improvement
Strong understanding of US GAAP, Government Accounting, financial statements and metrics
Strong leadership skills, consensus building capability, influencing skills and credibility with other functional areas; demonstrated ability to lead change in a complex organization
Experience in developing, driving and implementing business processes. Strong project management skills with demonstrated ability to play a key role in developing and implementing new financial process improvements
Strong written and verbal communication skills, with ability to quickly and positively influence all levels of the organization. Ability to confidently deliver succinct executive communication
Excellent technical knowledge and research skills in US GAAP including long-term project accounting, and
revenue recognition standard
Able to lead processes and make independent decisions based on policy guidance
Superior communication, leadership and influencing skills
Self-motivated, driving process improvement initiatives
Honeywell is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will be considered without regard to age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, nationality, sex, religion, or veteran status.