Supervisor, Finance II
Typically supervises lower-level supervisors and/or highly-skilled non-exempt individual contributors in single functional area. Responsible for the supervision of activities and resources needed to support the day-to-day efforts of the department and to achieve the business plan. Provides general supervision to lower level supervisors and direct supervision to highly-skilled non-exempt employees. Provides direction and expertise to departmental teams and participates in cross-department initiatives. Acts as a point of escalation for subordinate employees as well as supervisors. Does not require day-to-day supervision, and has the ability to handle most unique situations. May need advice in order to make decision on complex business issues. Provides direction and expertise to departmental teams and participates in cross- department initiatives. Acts as a point of escalation for subordinate employees as well as other supervisors.
- Supervises a team of non-exempt individual contributors that typically support moderately complex global financial processes.
- Responsible for hiring, setting and monitoring of annual performance plans, coaching, and career development; ensures that the proper tools are in place to support the team and the processes.
- Leads a moderately complex transactional accounting process supporting HP's global finance function, typically exercising a basic understanding of the business to determine the best method for achieving objectives.
- Ensures the accuracy and timeliness of accounting support.
- Proactively identifies opportunities for the development of systems and tools and engages in the design.
- Supports short- and long-term planning (e.g., budgeting) for the global financial process.
Education and Experience Required:
- First level university degree preferred.
- Typically 5+ years of experience in an accounting role.
Knowledge and Skills:
- Strong understanding of accounting principles.
- Strong analytical skills.
- Good supervisory skills.
- Fluency in English.
- Strong business application skills (e.g., Microsoft Office Suite).
- Good business acumen.
- Good understanding of HP's policies and practices.
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