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Plant Controller in Midland, TX at Rockwater Energy Solutions

Date Posted: 10/1/2018

Job Snapshot

Job Description


  • Provide business process leadership for one of Rockwater’s largest chemical manufacturing and distribution facilities.
  • Inventory control, cycle count process, batch ticket closing, and other inventory related processes including dead/slow/obsolete inventory review.
  • Facility financial statement preparation, review, and analysis on a monthly basis.
  • Detailed product costing reviews for products manufactured in our Midland facility to support cost accounting process and systems.
  • Manage accounts payable, purchase order, and invoicing functions handled at the facility.
  • Prepare monthly accruals for revenues and expenses.
  • Track capital expenditures for facility projects, calculate return on investment, prepare AFE, etc.
  • Provide leadership for streamlining and improving business processes as needed.
  • Partner with plant leadership to provide transparency for production costs, facility expenses, and profitability through creation of customized reports, dashboards, etc.
  • Establish internal controls to mitigate key risks, especially as it relates to inventory.


  • Minimum of five years of experience in an accounting or finance related position; CPA or MBA is preferred but not required.
  • A candidate experienced in cost accounting in a manufacturing environment; experience in a chemical manufacturing and distribution environment is preferred.
  • This position will require a detail-oriented person willing to be hands on with respect to all accounting and finance tasks at the Midland facility.
  • We are looking for someone that fits the corporate culture and is a business partner to the Director of Operations and operations managers at the facility.
  • Problem-solving and analytical skills are a must; also must have a thorough understanding of business processes and internal controls.
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