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Under the supervision of the Vice President of Finance and in collaboration with the Corporate Controller, the Divisional Controller is responsible for providing financial and operational information that contributes to the optimization of the plant’s operations. He oversees all controls related to financial affairs, purchasing, store and accounting. He works with the plant operations staff to ensure that management has all the information needed to make day-to-day and strategic business decisions. He is also a member of the plant’s executive committee.



Participate in the control and accuracy of inventories and cost price;
– Prepare and analyze financial information to help the plant management team make the best decisions;
– Participate in the preparation of capital investment projects and ROI (return on investment);
– Perform financial management of a capital project, including budget tracking, preparation of financing files, tax credits and grants;
– Demonstrate that the investment project is achieving its objectives;
– Participate in the implementation of information systems and related processes (purchasing, production, maintenance, time recording, shipping) and ensure their proper functioning;
– Financial management of raw material supply costs;
– Establish, with the plant manager, the plant’s operating and investment budget and ensure its financial follow-up;
– Participate, in a significant way, in the preparation of monthly and annual financial statements (in collaboration with the head office team and external auditors) as well as financial and tax audits, all in compliance with regulatory requirements;
– Leverage savings and revenue opportunities;
– Work collaboratively with operations staff to ensure that day-to-day and strategic decisions made are financially sound, and work with managers at all levels and as a member of the senior management team to make sound day-to-day and strategic business decisions;
– Maintain the integrity and security of financial information;
– Performs all other related duties;

Excellent oral and written communication skills in French;
– Ability to work in a collaborative and open team environment, to communicate with all levels of the organization and to adapt quickly to change;
– Ability to evolve in multidisciplinary teams;
– Constant concern for continuous improvement and a job well done;
– Versatile and responsible, can handle a variety of tasks;
– Integration of health and safety as a fundamental value;
– The importance of a job well done and continuous improvement.


– Bachelor’s degree (BAC) in accounting;
– 5 years experience in accounting;
– Professional Accounting Designation;
– Comfortable with technology, proficient in Excel and financial management systems;
– Practical experience in inventory management, costing and budgeting are important assets;
– Knowledge of the forestry and/or manufacturing sector, investment tax credit programs and R&D are assets;
– Experience in control functions is an asset.

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