• Vice President, Controller

    Job Locations US-VA-Reston
    ID
    2019-2962
    Category
    Corporate
    Position Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    CSS Inc, is an information technology company serving the Federal, Commercial, and Legal markets that addresses client challenges in the present and transitions clients into the future by introducing efficient and effective IT solutions. CSS has successfully grown to be a trusted technology leader.  With a dedicated focus on client satisfaction, has proven its value time and time again, from managing day-to-day operations to skillfully navigating the implementation and support of new technologies. Our core competencies are infrastructure, application development, physical security, cybersecurity, cloud, end-user support, data analytics and legal services.

     

    We believe our employees are key to our success and continued growth. We attract and retain our diverse workforce by promoting a work-life balance with generous and flexible time off, competitive compensation and benefits, and a commitment to professional development. When you join us, you join a community of talented and dedicated individuals whose abilities, skills, and actions contribute to the success of the company every day.

     

    Currently we are seeking a Vice President, Controller to join our team and support the work in our corporate offices in Reston and Lorton, Virginia.

     

     

    Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities

    Position Summary:

    The primary responsibility of the VP Controller is to ensure outstanding quality and cost-effectiveness of all transactional accounting and treasury operations through technology, continuous improvement, best practices and data-driven management.  This position is a process owner and will have responsibility for aligning all technical accounting, policies and procedures.

    Minimum Qualifications and Requirements

    Responsibilities:

    The VP Controller reports to the CFO and will manage a staff of 6.  The primary responsibility of this role is to run the day-to-day accounting & treasury operations of the company including:

    • Lead monthly close process across the enterprise and prepare timely consolidating and consolidated GAAP financial statements.  Produce quarterly external financial statements and debt-covenant compliance reports for main creditor.
    • Produce timely, monthly non-GAAP financial metrics and KPIs for the Board of Directors and Senior Management.
    • Identify and lead development/creation of new reports and information to support existing and emerging business requirements. 
    • Manage the treasury process across the enterprise to ensure a current view of liquidity and working capital needs.  Manage payables and receivables to acceptable levels.
    • Review accounting pronouncements and make certain that GAAP accounting is followed.
    • Assist the CFO with special projects including due diligence, acquisition integration and ad hoc financial analysis, as required.
    • Help develop and implement the vision for the Accounting function.
    • Play a leadership role in evaluating the adequacy of the existing accounting system, as well as, modification of that system to suit the business or, if necessary, implement a new accounting system.
    • Implement changes required to align the business with bank credit agreement requirements.
    • Drive performance against applicable management metrics and continuously improve the record-to-report processes, including shortening the existing closing schedule.
    • Ensure a rigorous financial controls environment within the business to maintain compliance with current and anticipated legal and regulatory requirements.
    • Establish new policies and procedures across the combined enterprise and improve existing policies and procedures as required.
    • Establish and maintain accurate and up-to-date desk level procedures and ensure teams follow operational procedures that provide control and operational flexibility and appropriately protect the company’s assets.
    • Regularly assess the current team to determine if staffing levels and skill sets are appropriate.  Hire and develop high performing accounting & finance professionals as needed.
    • Build a culture of high performance, healthy collaboration and rapid development by setting high expectations for staff, providing opportunities for development, and personally providing feedback and coaching to teammates.
    • Establish and maintain key stakeholder relationships (internal and external) in order to pro-actively manage organization performance and resolve escalated and systemic issues.

    EOE Statement

    At CSS, Inc, we foster teamwork, growth, individuality and entrepreneurialism. We value employee opinions and encourage them to make a difference by getting involved and being thought-leaders. As a part of our team, we actively promote a working and learning environment that supports a highly qualified workforce and a quality of work life that is based on trust and respect for all employees resulting in a healthy and trusting organizational culture.

     

    CSS, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE). Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability or veteran status, genetics, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.