Formed as the result of several mergers, Coveris has progressively become an established international leader in flexible plastic and paper packaging, for various consumer and industrial end-use markets, with a growing focus on sustainability.
We are growing our Finance Team and looking for a Finance Manager who wants to work in a multinational environment. You will contribute to the company’s success by providing meaningful internal and external reporting as well as developing and improving our .
More concretely, your main responsibilities include:
- Being actively involved in the monthly reporting, including group consolidation
- Preparation of management reporting, reviewing, analysing and ensuring consistency and accuracy of reported data from multiple entities
- High involvement in the preparation of the annual financial statements according to IFRS and assessment and implementation of new IFRS standards
- Support finance organization in forecasting and budgeting
- Maintain and enhance reporting systems, various reports and dashboards
- Deliver insights to management on areas for improvement
- Take on projects across functions and entities to support delivery of the Finance team objectives.
- Bachelor’s or master’s degree in business administration (Accounting, Cost Accounting, Controlling, etc.)
- Solid knowledge in IFRS (accounting and consolidation)
- Minimum 2 years professional experience on financial reporting and consolidation of multiple legal entities
- Work experience in a production environment would be an advantage
- Strong computer skills, including in Microsoft Office (Excel and PowerPoint)
- Reliable command of English and German language, both in spoken and written form
- Self-motivated, tenacious with the ability to prioritize and to work with tight deadlines
- Strong analytical skills with attention to detail
- Good interpersonal skills, ability to gain credibility
- Willingness to travel
- Experience in Oracle HFM and/or PBCS would be an advantage.
Compensation: A minimum salary of € 46.000 is foreseen with a possibility for overpayment based on experience