Controller - BMW of Mount Kisco, Land Rover Mount Kisco, JLR White Plains, and JLR New Rochelle

Position Overview
The Controller will oversee 4 locations with 350 retail units per month. The Controller provides sales and expense analyses for all departments. Fairly represents the financial condition of the dealership, develops controls necessary for the proper conduct of the business, and maintains accurate records.
Who Would I Interact With?
This position interacts daily with General Manager, Department Managers, Accounting Associates and Market and Region Staff.
What are the day-to-day responsibilities?
Prepare complete and accurate financial statements and submit to the manufacturer and management in accordance with established timeframes
Interpret and analyze financial statements
Keep the General Manager informed on the trends and cash needs of the business
Develop and maintain an effective cash management system
Manage the day to day accounting operations of the store to ensure that all transactions are recorded in compliance with all AutoNation accounting processes and policies
Close the books accurately each month
Prepare and submit required statements and reports
Manage and safeguard the stores assets and ensure that internal controls are in place
Assist department managers in reading and interpreting their financial reports and in creating action plans needed to improve their operation
Respond to request for information and assistance in a timely manner
Work with General Manager to improve revenue or reduce expense in order to meet or exceed budget and grow the business
Work with regional staff to ensure that corporate initiatives are attained
What are the requirements for this job?
High School diploma or equivalent
Three years of experience in a dealership position (preferred)
Working knowledge of dealership financial statements
Ability to explain technical financial information in an understandable manner
Excellent communication skills
AutoNation is an equal opportunity employer and a drug-free workplace.

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