Vice President, Finance & Accounting
Job Details
Corporate Headquarters - Ontario, CA
Full Time
Up to 25%

Position Title: Vice President of Finance & Accounting

Position Location: Ontario, California

Department: Finance

Reports To: CFO


Role Summary

New Indy Containerboard & Affiliates is an entrepreneurial, innovative and agile manufacturing business that continues to evolve and mature. The Senior Leadership Team is comprised of sophisticated business leaders driving success and growth throughout their operations. This role will be responsible for collaborating with business leaders, finance directors and other key stakeholders in developing metric based business strategies, learnings, policies and procedures. This role will be a key contributor in shaping the future of New-Indy.

Position Focus & Opportunity

  1. Manage the Finance Staff including direct and indirect reports; provide coaching, counseling and development for continuous improvement of the team. Oversees all third-party audit work for quality, control and timeliness.
  2. Partner with Owner Representatives on financial lending institution relationships and reporting; involving a complex syndicate of banking relationships.
  3. Ensure timely completion of month-end financial close, including review and issuance of monthly financial statements and analysis with recommendations for all impacted entities.
  4. Present consolidated quarterly business results to ownership and senior management with a comprehensive understanding of the business drivers and opportunities. Work closely with division operators and finance groups to fact gather material information relative to the business and financial strategy.
  5. Prepares directives to division or department administrators outlining financial policy, program, or operating changes to be implemented. This role will develop key performance metrics, financial modeling, pro-forma(s) and benchmarking based on industry standards.
  6. Directs receipts, disbursement, and expenditures of money or capital assets. Approves and signs financial documents.
  7. Directs the activities concerned with safekeeping, control, and accounting for assets and securities.
  8. Directs preparation of budgets and financial forecasts. Analyzes division or department budget requests to identify areas in which reductions can be made, and allocates operating budget.
  9. Collaborates with Division Leaders, Owner Representatives, Financial and legal resources to support business development, due diligence activities and transition of new businesses. Detailed review of diligence documents, aggregation of relevant materials for consideration and synthesizing data to develop a complete and accurate valuation of the transaction. This includes partnering with business leaders and key stakeholders during the operational transition.
  10. Manages departmental budget and prepares internal and external reports
  11. Domestic travel (25%) required to collaborate with divisional leaders and key stakeholders
  12. Special projects and assignments as business dictates
  13. Responsible for the maintenance, creation and control of all personally identifiable information or any other information protected by any Confidentiality or Privacy Standards or Company Policies that you have access or knowledge of, including but not limited to any state or federal regulations including HIPAA.

What we’re looking for

  • Bachelor's degree concentration in Accounting, CPA required.
  • Minimum 10 - 15 years of accounting and manufacturing experience needed.
  • Solid understanding of GAAP
  • Advanced experience in negotiating, interpreting and managing contract administration.
  • Ability to work on multiple projects and simultaneously supervise staff Strong interpersonal, communication and organizational skills Computer literacy with proficient use of Microsoft
  • Strong organizational, oral, written and interpersonal skills and ability to coach and train others Ability to balance changing and potentially conflicting priorities & working with uncertainty


Supervisory Responsibilities

  • 2 Direct Reports
  • 8-10 Division Level Finance Directors with Matrix Reporting


Who is New-Indy Containerboard?

  • Founded in 2012, New-Indy Containerboard is a joint venture of two successful, privately held companies, the Kraft Group (Boston) and Schwarz Partners (Indianapolis).
  • As an essential business, we operate in 7 states and in Mexico and have about 2,200 employees within 4 paper mills and 3 packaging companies.
  • New-Indy has experienced substantial growth through acquisition. Since 2012, we have a growth rate of almost 900% and we aren’t slowing down!
  • We focus on environmentally conscious manufacturing processes and facilities including 100% recycled fiber, co-generation power plants and waste-water treatment capabilities. 
  • Visit our website at
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