• Timely processing & update of supply chain costs in SAP• Prepare activity/ rate calculation for supply indirect, warehousing and freight• Account track and report for importer costs• Analyze and report all variances impacting supply chain profitability• Review the transfer pricing/ costs charges by concerns & 3rd party suppliers• Assist in the monthly close/ accruals/ reconciliation and perform appropriate reviews related to product and supply costs• Monitor & report slow moving and obsolescent stocks• Co-ordinate & forecast key supply chain cost drivers that impact the financial catch-up• Implement improvements in inventory managements; standard costing; month end cost closing and reporting• Provide accurate and timely costing information and analysis to drive budget tracking & costs control• Assist finance director to manage annual budgeting of SC components including supply indirect• Provide finance business partnering to the supply chain team (make, source, plan & deliver)• Develop savings & profit targets/ KPIs in line with business objectives and action standards• Provide financial input into supply chain projects• Identify key areas of opportunities and improvement gaps
• Bachelor degree in related professional field• At least 5-year experience in Finance, Management accounts preferable in a Multi - national company• Highly numerate and analytical and understanding of supply chain principles• Good command of English and Computer literacy• Able to work at the Factory, located at Shwe Pyi Thar Industrial Zone.
Competitive PackageMedical Benefits
- International Standard- Grow Fast & Grow Right environment
- Learn new skills on the job- Training
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