Senior Officer/ Asst Manager_Controlling at ATMO-6IN

  • Naganathapura, Bangalore, Karnataka, India
  • Full-time
  • Legal Entity: Bosch Ltd.

Company Description

The Bosch Group is a leading global supplier of technology and services, in the areas of automotive technology, industrial technology, consumer goods, energy and building technology. In India, the Group operates through six subsidiaries with a combined associate strength of around 26,000 and a group turnover of around Rs. 13,200 crores in 2013. In India Bosch Limited is the flagship company of the Bosch Group. Over and above a strong presence in the India Automotive services sector, Bosch in India has a vast service network that spans across 1,000 towns and cities with over 3000 service outlets. As the largest auto component supplier in the country, setting a benchmark in the sectors it operates in, the company has to its credit several laurels. We invite promising and dynamic professionals for a long-term and rewarding career with Bosch.

Job Description

The role is responsible for enabling the business towards sustainable profitability through effective controlling and timely reporting. The role is expected:

  • To ensure closure of books & timely reporting
  • To manage liquidity of the GB
  • To complete Business Plan/forecasts after discussing with all stakeholders
  • To ensure internal controls are in place
  • Primary Responsibility:

    1.Book Closing & Reporting

  • To ensure that all the required data is received from the stake holders for proper closure of the books.
  • To make sure that proper provisioning is made in the books, for expenses not booked.
  • To ensure timely closure of books on monthly basis and reporting on time in HFM.
  • To analyze the variances like revenue, Inventory and major cost drivers.
  • To ensure that all the project costs are tracked and abnormal costs are reported on time.
  • 2. TBP & Current Forecast:

  • To validate the business plans and current forecasts in relation to the costs.
  • To ensure the agreed cost control measures in TBP are adhered to, to achieve profitability.
  • To keep a track of and appraise the business about the Fixed cost developments, Inventory & Receivables.
  • To act as a business enabler by supporting & providing feedback to the business from time to time.
  • 3. Internal Control and System:

  • To ensure that all internal control systems are in place in the plant as per Bosch guidelines.
  • To ensure that departmental processes are followed and revised from time to time.
  • To implement recent changes in Tax Laws in SAP in consultation with ICO and other stake holders.
  • To ensure that all the processes of purchase, sales are done through SAP.
  • To maintain standard costing, accounting views, plants codes and profit centers for materials in SAP.
  • 4. Audit & Fixed Assets:

  • To coordinate with auditors for internal and external audits.
  • To ensure that physical verification of the assets and inventory is done as per Bosch guide lines.
  • 5. Others:

  • To provide the business with customer and vendor ledgers for reconciliations.
  • To create awareness for  non-finance colleagues about contribution and OVC calculations.
  • To engage with GS, RBIN/CTG & TAX-I regarding any bill booking, availing of cenvat credit in eligible cases or recent changes in Accounting standards or changes in tax laws.

Qualifications

Any professional qualification in Accounting like CA/Cost Accountants/MBA(Finance).

Semi qualified with good exposure will also do.

Desired Experience:

1-5 years of experience

Functional Skills required:

  • Accounting
  • Auditing
  • Taxation
  • Budgeting & MIS
  • Internal Control & System
  • Business Planning & Financial Management
  • Project Costing

Additional Information

Key Result Areas:

  1. Timely collection of data and consolidation for book closure.
  2. Timely closure of books on monthly basis and reporting on time.
  3. Timely reporting of abnormalities.
  4. Effective implementation of Bosch guidelines changes (Internal reporting and Controlling).
  5. Half yearly review of departmental process and guidelines with stake holders for process improvement.
  6. Monthly review of cost control measures.
  7. Value stream reporting.
  8. Weekly review of receivable plans and collections.
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