Houston, TX, USA | Thrasio
Functions:Accounting / Control
Job Description:56 people have viewed this job
The Treasury Director will lead the enterprise-wide treasury capability in order to provide value-added analysis, capital structure planning and cash management and control. The Director will also help lead, develop and manage strategies, operations and policies related to the treasury function, including cash management, borrowing, and wire/payment processing. Additionally, the director will help facilitate debt holder inquiries. This highly visible role works closely with key leaders across the company, including the CEO and CFO and reports directly to the SVP of Finance and Treasurer. Lead cash management activities based on the liquidity needs of the business, capital projects and acquisitions, as well as forecast and model daily and long-term uses of cash
Some Responsibilities Include:
Provide evaluation, financial modeling, and recommendations for cash management, capital and financing opportunities.
Participate in capital structure planning and execution.
Forecast sources and uses of cash.
Ensure treasury activities are compliant with treasury policies, accounting guidelines governance policies and internal controls, and develop processes to improve efficiency and enhance controls.
Develop and execute foreign exchange and interest rate risk management strategies, controls, reporting and metrics.
Implement best practices and technical expertise to devise effective and cost-efficient solutions to address treasury, credit card processing, business and operational challenges.
Identify and implement inventory and supply chain financing options in order to improve cash flow, and reduce carrying costs
Interact regularly with all levels of management to gather, analyze, summarize, and prepare recommendations regarding financial plans, acquisition activity, new business planning, trended future requirements and operating forecasts.
Ensure treasury activities follow treasury policies, accounting guidelines, governance policies and internal controls.
Various ad-hoc analysis projects
What You Bring to the Party:
4-year college degree or MBA in Finance, Accounting, Economics or equivalent
7+ years of experience of relevant experience, including 4+ years of Corporate Treasury
10+ years in Finance with 5+ years of experience in treasury and corporate financial planning
Experience with derivatives and capital markets execution
Experience with rating agency methodology and forecasting credit metrics
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