Are you an experienced controller looking for an assignment with a globally leading organization? Hitachi Rail is looking for a project controller willing to take ownership over their own projects, and help them with their ever-growing project portfolio.
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Hitachi Rail is a fully integrated, global provider of rail solutions across rolling stock, signaling services and turnkey.
With revenues of ¥562.7bn in FY17, over 80% of which are from outside of Japan, we have a presence in 27 countries, across 11 manufacturing sites on three continents and some 12,400 full time employees.
Our engineering heritage and culture is rooted in Japan, where our first steam and electric locomotives were built in the early 1920s. A major inroad to the field of passenger transport was made in 1964, with the supply of our first Shinkansen 'Bullet Train' vehicles to coincide with the Tokyo Olympics.
We continue to deliver the most current Shinkasen for Japan's railways, and have successfully exported our technology and expertise to multiple rolling stock projects across the globe - from high speed, light rail and metro, to driverless technologies for passengers and freight.
In modern times, our global footprint has been established primarily on organic expansion in the U.K, leading to major contract wins including High Speed 1 and the Intercity Express Programme, and the acquisition in Italy of AnsaldoBreda and Ansaldo STS, which has diversified revenue and added capability in signalling and turnkey in particular.
We are ambitious and continue to seek to expand into new key geographies, such as North America, and new products including the Internet of Things (IoT) and digital. Drawing on the wider Hitachi Group's market-leading technology capabilities and R&D, we strive for industry leading innovations and solutions able to deliver value for customers and sustainable railway systems which benefit wider society.
With a high volume of ongoing projects, we are now seeking an additional resource to join Hitachi Rail to support their business. This will be a consulting assignment that will be ongoing for 1 year, divided into two 6 month contracts. During this period, you will, in collaboration with Project Controllers in Sweden, be part of the project team and advice to the Project Manager for a pool of projects.
YOUR TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Evaluate and Analyze costs/revenue at completion
- Lead progress meeting with WPL
- Monitor profitability of the projects and advise to improve it
- Input data in financial tools (PCS, SAP)
- Follow invoicing/cash in flows
- Ensure legal closing activities (cut-off) according IFRS rules
- Prepare yearly, quarterly revision of the budget, monthly reports (variation analysis vs. budget)
- Bachelors of Master's degree in related field
- Previous experience from similar tasks (3-5 years)
- Good knowledge in Excel and MS Office pack
- Previous SAP experience is advantageous
- Previous project-experience is advantageous
- Fluent in English and Swedish
- You define your personal characteristics as Dynamic, Adaptive, and Rigorous
To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter in English as soon as possible, as the section of candidates is ongoing.
The successful applicant will have to be able to start work in beginning of September 2019.
Through this assignment, you will gain great insights into a global enterprise and will be provided numerous opportunities for both professional and personal growth. You will have the opportunity to take ownership of your own projects and help guide Project Managers in their business decisions.
This is a consulting assignment handled by Michael Page. Your assignment will initially be for 6 months with the option to extend for another 6 months upon completion, and you will be hired by Michael Page and work at Bayer's Solna office.
As a consultant with Michael Page you are offered a competitive salary, vacation pay, and reimbursement for public holidays, sick leave, health and life insurance, company pension (5%), and a dedicated consulting manager that will be available for assistance throughout your assignment.
For further information, please feel free to contact:
Daniel Mansouri, Associate, Michael Page at 073-324 58 85