Posted 2 years ago in Accounting/Finance
The Financial Analyst supports the Plant Controller in providing financial analysis and support to the management team, departmental leaders within the facility.
Summary of Responsibility: The Financial Analyst develops financial analysis based on leading edge financial practices and operations insights and assists with the development and presentation of monthly financial packages and quarterly operations reports which are reviewed with executive management. This position is also responsible for developing, building and maintaining financial models, analyzes operational and financial data and developing presentations of results to inform and support operational and financial decisions and effectiveness.
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CTP Transportation Products LLC, is a diversified global manufacturing company serving the specialty tire and wheel as well as industrial belts segments.
CTP manufactures the most comprehensive line of specialty tires, wheels, and belts available in the marketplace. Our expertise in niche markets such as lawn and garden, trailer, all terrain vehicles (ATVs), belts and aftermarket styled steel wheels have propelled us into market leadership positions. Our strong brand recognition is synonymous with quality, performance, aesthetics and value. New product introductions have led to significant growth in the ATV, construction, agriculture and replacement markets. We operate over twelve (12) manufacturing, distribution and office facilities in North America with an increasing sales and distribution presence in Asia Pacific and Europe.
Additional information about our company is available at www.carlisletransportationproducts.com.
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