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Lead Analyst - Global Financial Controls

Job Responsibilities Energize your career with Westinghouse Electric Company!  Our commitment to safe, clean nuclear energy is second to none, and we're proud of our rich heritage of technical innovation and commitment to our global customers' success.  If you are interested in being a part of a company that values exceeding customer expectations and providing future generations around the globe with emission-free energy, we want to hear from you. We currently have an exciting opportunity for a Lead Analyst - Global Financial Controls on our Global SOX and Financial Controls team at our Cranberry Township, PA location. TheLead Analyst - Global Financial Controls should expect to beresponsiblefor the following: Coordinating the company's overall compliance with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) and is directly responsible for implementing and executing a continuously improved program to ensure compliance with its Sections 302 and 404. Leveraging the VP, Global Financial Controls and Director, Global SOX and Financial Controls in providing guidance to management on the requirements of the regulations, acts as a subject matter expert, particularly in control environments requiring technical accounting expertise and public filings exposure; liaising with external auditors and supporting global professionals (key control owners) in the evaluation and reporting of the company's internal controls over financialreporting. Minimum Requirements Minimum Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Finance, Business administration, Accounting or related field MBA preferred Years of Experience (if applicable): 5 to 10 years of overall experience; (including five years of demonstrated experience in an accounting, finance, or internal audit function, five years of related SOX experience. 2-3 years in public accounting preferred Professional Certifications: CPA or other directly relevant professional certification 28203BR
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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