Experience Required: 3-5 Years
Education Required: Bachelor's Degree
Is responsible for the cost accounting and general accounting related to inventory and cost of goods sold. Allocates costs, collects data, and prepares reports that maintain the company’s cost accounting system. Ensures that costs are allocated according to established accounting procedures. Reviews and analyzes purchase price, labor, and overhead variances and provides recommendations to management regarding standard cost estimates. Investigates cost structures for new and existing areas of the company. May recommend, design, or develop revisions to the cost accounting system.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include but are not limited to the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Developing inventory analysis reports and analyzing variances
Assisting in the improvement in internal controls related to inventory
Verifying accurate standard costs
Monitoring inventory transactions
Reconciling inventory accounts to the general ledger
Guiding cost analysis process by providing trends and forecasts, explaining processes and techniques, and recommending actions
Participates in the month-end close, including preparation of required journal entries, account reconciliations, and schedules
Prepares and reviews various daily operating metrics to monitor business performance
Analyzes and reviews bills of material to ensure accurate product costing
Prepares actual versus budget analysis, manufacturing profit, variance analysis, and actual to standard cost comparisons
Performs product line profitability analysis
Proposes improvements in Operations and Working Capital
Is the finance lead in helping to organize and manage the annual physical inventory and manages the cycle counting process as appropriate
Participates in preparation of annual budget and forecast
Special projects as required
A minimum of four years experience as a Cost Accountant
Bachelor’s Degree in Finance or Accounting required
An understanding of GAAP in relation to cost accounting
EAI is proud to announce receipt of Supplemental Type Certification for both the Auto Throttle and Anti-Skid Brake (ASB) systems for the Eclipse 550. The Auto Throttle is a first for FAR Part 23 aircraft. The lightweight ASB system is the only ASB in general aviation that does not require a complex aircraft hydraulic system, thereby reducing maintenance and allowing for simple operation with very few components.
EAI is proud to announce that the first production Eclipse 550 twin-engine jet will be on display at the 2013 National Business Aviation Association Annual Meeting in Las Vegas, Nevada from October 22-24, 2013 in booth C10844. The Eclipse 550 builds upon a proven and reliable airframe, adding an increased range of safety and sophistication to the cockpit and improved comfort to the cabin.
The Eclipse Quick Reference Application is an advanced interactive version of the Eclipse Quick Reference Handbook, allowing for flight planning, access to checklists, a full digital version of the Eclipse AFM, and much more.