What is your assignment?
Your assignment: by optimising the finance processes and developing the (financial) control model, you are able to provide the Board of the CETP Holding with the best financial steering information: the basis for well-founded decisions that contribute to the long term global growth ambition of CETP.
Where will you be doing this?
CIMC Enric Tank & Process BV (CETP) is the holding of a group of companies which together are one of the largest suppliers for the beverages and liquid food industries. CETP, as an international group of companies, design and manufacture through their brands Holvrieka and Ziemann, turnkey breweries, stainless steel process and storage tanks for the beverage and liquid food industries.
CETP is responsible for subsidiaries in The Netherlands, Denmark, Belgium, Germany, China, UK and the US, and for sales offices in the US, Thailand, Vietnam, Russia and Colombia.
How do you achieve this?
You will be the manager of the finance department of the CETP Holding in Emmen and are responsible for the fulfilment of the financial control tasks for several entities within the Group. You manage the sections: financial administration, salary administration, project control and management control.
As Financial (Group) Controller you focus on developing and maintaining the (financial) control model and supporting the Board of CETP in all finance processes and planning & control cycles. This includes reporting, analysing and advising the Board on performances, both financial and non financial. You will draw up budgets, work on risk management and make costprice calculations and periodic consolidations.
You will be part of the financial department and will report directly to the CFO.
What will you bring to the table?
What will you get in return?
Are you interested?
Please submit an up-to-date copy of your resume and letter of application (CETP172) at www.velde.nl. For more information about this vacancy, please contact William Antonis or Ankie van Hees by phone on 088 60 70 100. Please also take a look at www.cetp.net and www.CIMC.com/en.