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Department:  Finance                         Location:  Kokomo, IN 

Business Purpose:  
Perform analysis of financial information in order to measure performance against pre-determined targets.  Provide guidance and recommendations in order to improve performance and provide direction for maximization of Company's assets.   
Role Qualifications: (Required & Preferred) 

(R) Bachelor’s Degree, Accounting or Finance;  (P)  MBA 

(R) 5-7 years Accounting or Finance, experience to include budgeting, forecasting and financial analysis 

Areas of Knowledge:
(R) Accounting (Gen. Corp. /Cost),  (R) I.T./P.C. skills (Excel /Word/ Power Point), (P) Haynes' products & customers, (P) Metals Industry Sales & Operations, (P) Microsoft Dynamics AX 

R) Leadership  (R) Organization  (R) Planning  (R)  Analytical Ability  (R) Communication Skills

Global Accountabilities for the Role:  
  • Safety/Environmental:  sound operation of departments
  • Quality:  highest quality work output
  • Productivity:  most efficient use of resources (people and assets)
  • Cost/Stewardship:  generate ideas that improve long-term profitability of Haynes

Specific Accountabilities for the Role:  
1. Assist in preparation of financial forecasts and budgets, including developing discipline in the process to aide in decision making.  Work with other departments to develop monthly and annual forecasts and budgets.
2. Timely preparation of monthly, quarterly and ad-hoc reporting and analysis in support of business planning and evaluation.  This includes the development of new reports as needed to fully utilize the resources and information available.
3. Financial statement and variance analysis. Provide direction for correction of variance from forecast and budget as needed. Continual improvement in reporting and analysis.
4. Developing systems and business models to reflect current and future business needs. This includes developing analysis models to better understand economic and business conditions impacting profitability such as the impact of fluctuating commodity prices, impact of various fixed and variable pricing models in LTA agreements, impact of production cost absorption, and impact of product mix for form/alloy/market, etc.
5. Develop capital allocation models to assist management in strategic decision making.
6. Analysis of entities and profit / costs centers to track performance and recommend items for improvement.
7. Preparation and analysis of actual and planned capital expenditures requirements. Preparation of capital project packages which require BOD approval. Perform post audit analysis of completed projects.
8. Participate in preparation of accurate and timely reporting of all external reporting documents (including but not limited to 10-Q and 10-Ks) as assigned. Assist with MD&A section of SEC reporting.
9. Perform internal controls as assigned.
10. Work on M&A as required.
11. Assist manager with additional projects as needed to support the business.

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