Plastipak Packaging is a global industry leader in the design, manufacturing, and recycling of plastic rigid containers. Our list of customers include some of the worlds most recognized and respected brands such as Procter & Gamble, Kraft Foods and Pepsi, just to name a few. Our commitment to our employees is demonstrated in numerous awards for innovation, environmental sustainability, and corporate citizenship.
Plastipak follows industry leading protocols to address COVID-19, including regular disinfection, electrostatic cleaning and temperature sensing kiosks at most locations. We strictly adhere to all CDC guidelines to provide a safe working environment for our associates and visitors; including face coverings, social distancing, and hand sanitizer stations.
Named one of America's Best Mid-Sized Employers by Forbes in 2021, Plastipak offers many great benefits, including:
MEDICAL, DENTAL AND VISION INSURANCE
PAID TIME OFF (PTO) AND COMPANY HOLIDAYS
PART TIME AND FULL TIME OPPORTUNITIES
401(K) AND PROFIT SHARING PLAN WITH COMPANY MATCH
COMPANY PAID LIFE INSURANCE AND DISABILITY
DEPENDENT CARE FLEXIBLE SPENDING ACCOUNT
TECHNICAL SKILLS TRAINING
LEADERSHIP TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES
REFERRAL BONUS PROGRAM
Plastipak is an equal opportunity employer.
The Site Accountant will develop, monitor, and control all Site systems, policies and procedures to assure that all business transactions are accounted for accurately and timely within the scope of corporate guidelines and in compliance with regulatory statutes. To research and advise Site Manager of unfavorable cost and cash drains on the company and to help develop programs for improvement and will act as liaison between the Site and General Office in the area of financial administration.
Responsible for maintaining ISO, OSHA, and GMP standards
Coordinate and formalize the annual budgets, profit plans and quarterly objectives.
Track plans and budgets against actual costs and explain all variances.
Have a good understanding of product costs including the makeup of actual expenses and related cost drivers.
Identify, control and report scrap, expense waste and any other negative impacts to the P&L. Identify areas that affect cash flow and recommend or initiate improvements.
Supervise and maintain a perpetual inventory control system explaining all cycle counting and physical inventory adjustments.
Maintain continuous improvement in all procedures and systems.
Work with unit/product teams to obtain a better understanding of operations and help train them in areas of cost and other financial matters.
Supervise and maintain a monthly physical inventory and its valuation.
Assure compliance to the Accounts Receivable Credit Approval System.
Report any potential liability to the Site Manager and the Corporate Controller.
Report immediately any legal or regulatory agency problem to the Site Manager and the General Office.
Maintain and supervise compliance to policies and procedures outlined in the Administration Manual.
Handling and solving questions or concerns from vendors
Assists other departments in finding invoices in Accounts Payable files
Remains available to other departments for additional responsibilities and special projects.
Initiate action for food safety issues
Other duties as assigned
4 year degree in Business, Accounting or Finance required.
Must be team oriented.
Self-Motivation and flexibility of job assignments.