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Controller - Rockland County, NY - High Performing Import -Jack Young Personnel

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Jack Young Personnel Services, Inc
Jack Young Personnel Services, Inc. is searching for a well rounded financial manager to work side by side with the dealer principal to improve the overall profitability of this highly successful import store. We are looking for an experienced automotive manager who embodies the perfect blend of hands-on accounting know-how, and broad based dealership business acumen.
Key skills and attributes we want to identify:
o Strong management skills - improving office staff performance and productivity.
o Documented experience in producing an accurate and timely financial statement.
o Ability to analyze key dealership matrix and offer insight into trends affecting departmental performance.
o Willingness to "pitch in" when work gets backed up at any specific accounting desk.
o Clear, concise and uncontrovertibly understanding of "best practices" policy and procedure for cash management.
o Computer savvy with either ADP or Reynolds and Reynolds dealership DMS - overall strong PC and computer proficiency.
This successful fast-paced privately owned dealership is an ideal spot for a Controller looking to "make a difference" in the success of a business. As a key member of the very stabile senior management team, your ability to interact and be a value added member of this group will go a long way to solidifying long tenured success.
We have been asked to actively cast a wide net to recruit the best possible candidate for this highly desirable career opportunity. If you are ready to dive in and help this well capitalized enterprise continue to thrive, I would like to speak with you ASAP. You can reach me in the strictest of confidence at either of the contact numbers listed below. Or please forward me a copy of your most recent resume to - Please see this position posted on our website at http://tinyurl.com/mcwksgo
Jack Young, President
Jack Young Personnel Services, Inc.
516 933-1234
(c) 516 817-7068

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