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Accounting Supervisor


Camp Hill

Job Type

Full time

Required Travel


Primary Responsibilities

  • Directs the general and cost accounting functions at the plant level.
  • Directs and coordinates month-end closing activities of the plant, including cross-charges, and accruals.
  • Maintains the plant’s fixed assets accurately, including additions, deletions, transfers and depreciation schedules. Ensures the general ledger is reconciled to the FAS records.
  • Participates in the development of the plant annual budgets.
  • Interacts with Multi-Site Controller, Director of Accounting RWI Division, Corporate personnel, and independent auditors in the work and completion of annual financial audits, bank audits, and sales & use tax audits.
  • Performs oversight of the plant Accounts Payable activities, including the appropriate timing of disbursements to vendors.
  • Oversees the plant hourly payroll process to ensure that employees are paid timely and accurately
  • Directs and monitors the preparation of all daily and monthly reports, including all financial reports, as well as any other reports that reflect the financial condition of the plant.
  • Performs varied analyses and tasks as requested by the Region Financial Control Manager.
  • Must be knowledgeable in the plant manufacturing process. Must be able to apply this knowledge to the overall profitability of the plant.
  • Oversees the Raw Material and Finished Goods inventory process.
  • Routinely keeps assigned Manager updated on happenings within the plant.
  • Monitors spending against approved projects and advises plants and corporate management of variances; prepares capital-spending data and submits to corporate at month-end.
  • Responsible for immediate reporting of any activity that is not directed toward or has a negative effect on the facility, division, or corporation’s maximization of profitability.
  • Requires daily supervision and guidance of plant accounting personnel to direct and control daily activities.Ensures cross training of plant accounting staff.
  • Requires confidential treatment of cost data, budgets, sales information, and financial reports.
  • Requires maintaining fixed asset records and ensuring depreciation schedules reconcile to the general ledger.
  • Requires a review of payroll and accounts payable to ensure the proper payment, proper timing, and proper posting of such disbursements.
  • Requires maintaining inventory records, including reconciling the general ledger to inventory counts.


  • Minimum of three (3) years’ experience.
  • Experience in Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Payroll, General Ledger, garnishments, and month-end and year-end closings.
  • Experience in a manufacturing environment and a supervisory capacity is also helpful.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

  • Accountability: The ability to demonstrate responsibility, empowerment, and accountability to accomplish goals; holds self and others responsible for setting and achieving measurable high-quality, timely, and cost-effective results.
  • Adaptability: The ability to remain fully functional while adapting to changing, unknown, and ambiguous circumstances.
  • Communication: The ability to clearly express thoughts and ideas in verbal and written formats.
  • Decision Making: The ability to make well-informed, effective, and timely decisions, even when data are limited or solutions produce unpleasant consequences; understands the impact and implications of decisions.
  • Financial Acumen: The ability to understand how decisions will affect Atlas financially and how to create and sustain value-added performance for Atlas stakeholders.
  • Initiative: The ability to recognize and create opportunities and to act accordingly. Rather starting something than waiting passively for it to happen.
  • Job Knowledge: The ability to independently carry out work in accordance with professional standards; maintains a thorough knowledge of his/her field.
  • Teamwork: The ability to work effectively with others in order to achieve a common goal – even when the object at stake is of no direct departmental gain.

Education, Licenses & Certification

  • Associates Degree in Accounting from an accredited college or university, or currently pursuing a Bachelors Degree in the Accounting discipline at an accredited four-year college or university.

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