Corporate Treasurer – (San Francisco, CA)
?Description?Do you have 10 years of progressive financial or treasury experience? Do you have a bachelor's in accounting, business, or finance? Do you have supervisory experience? Do you have experience developing treasury department policies? Do you have the ability to negotiate global credit relationships? Do you have a high level of integrity and ability to inspire trust??If you answered YES to these questions, we want to hear from you!???For nearly a century, Wilbur-Ellis has experienced success and growth in marketing and distributing agricultural products and services.? Join us and grow your career with a strong and profitable industry leader offering competitive compensation, tremendous growth and development opportunities, and a people-first work environment. Come grow with us!?General Purpose and Scope of Position:??The Corporate Treasurer is a key position responsible for maintaining strong stewardship of financial assets and debt including providing overall leadership for the cash management, debt management and investment management functions of the organization and its affiliated entities.?Essential to this role is the ability to ensure the maintenance of corporate liquidity and financial stability including oversight for all borrowing, investing and financial risk management. The Treasurer role is also responsible for developing and managing strategies, operations, policies and regulatory requirements relating to all treasury activities including bank relationship management, cash management, and cash and treasury operations. Also critical to this position is providing oversight for the day-to-day operational aspects of the treasury department and assisting in the maintenance of internal controls designed to safeguard corporate assets and the integrity of its fiscal systems.?Key Skills and Abilities Include:Demonstrated experience in treasury including developing strategies regarding all treasury activitiesSkill in ensuring compliance with both internal and external controls and regulationsAbility to negotiate global credit relationshipsExperience developing treasury department policiesProficiency with MS Office Suite, including ExcelBachelor?s degree in accounting, business administration, or finance requiredMBA or advanced degree in finance requiredCTP preferredWorkstation experience preferred10 years of progressive financial or treasury experience preferably with a large corporationSupervisory experience?Key Personal Attributes Include:High degree of integrityStrong ability to build critical key stakeholder relationships both internally and externallyKeen sense of ability to inspire trustStrong influencing skills with outstanding customer service orientation?Specific Responsibilities and Key Deliverables Include:Managing treasury and cash management operations and developing strategies to maximize efficiencies, safeguard assets and minimize costsOverseeing domestic cash functions, including cash positioning, cash reporting and forecasting, short-term investing and borrowing, wire payments, fraud prevention, bank account set up and maintenance, online bank administration and bank relationship managementDeveloping and implementing domestic cash management operational strategiesAssessing foreign exchange risk and assists in implementing hedge programs and strategiesEnsuring compliance with internal controls, policies and procedures in day-to-day conduct and supervision of cash management activitiesNegotiating and maintaining global credit relationshipsManaging interest rate exposureManaging reporting for external financial institutions including loan covenant complianceOverseeing foreign banking relationships including credit and cash managementEnsuring adherence to Dodd-Frank and assisting with FBAR, and FATCAProviding all KYC documentationProviding short-term cash forecasting and long-term consolidated cash flow projectionsConducting research into variances and determining explanationsProviding financial risk analysis to executive managementServing as contact for the treasury department for cross-departmental projects as needed ?Supporting M&A activity related to treasury functions, including treasury integrationAssisting with valuation mattersAdvising on capital structure and debt management to ensure the most efficient use of the company?s capacity and borrowed monies?Compensation and Benefits:Competitive salary (dependent upon experience and other factors)Comprehensive benefits package, including health and retirement benefits?If you are an internal Wilbur-Ellis employee, please notify your Manager prior to applying for this position. Thank you!??COMPANY CULTUREWilbur-Ellis is a company you can be proud to call your employerWilbur-Ellis markets and distributes agricultural products, animal feed and specialty chemicals and food ingredients. A privately held and consistently profitable company, we employ more than 4,000 people throughout North America and Asia-Pacific.?Wilbur-Ellis is for and about peopleWilbur-Ellis has enjoyed?over ninety-five years of success and growth, all thanks to our people. Our employees are both leaders and team players who thrive on creativity, entrepreneurial spirit and a dedication to quality work, our customers and each other.?Wilbur-Ellis invests in the industry?s best workforceWilbur-Ellis invests heavily in our employees by offering skill development and training, competitive compensation and benefits and a tradition of promoting from within for a broad range of career opportunities. And we foster a supportive, people-first work environment.?Qualifications?EducationRequiredBachelors or better in Finance or related field.?PreferredMasters or better in Business Administration.?Job Code: CORPO02820Apply for this job.