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$120,000 - $130,000
Phoenix, AZ
August 14th 2021
Minimum Degree:
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The Director, Inventory Accounting is responsible for the accounting and reporting processes to ensure the accuracy and completeness of inventory and gross margin, including but not limited to cost of goods sold, shrink, scrap, warranty, rebates, and other reserves. Director of Inventory Accounting is a hands on leadership role, instrumental in developing and administering effective and efficient inventory accounting processes and controls, while ensuring best practice operations and continuous improvement in accuracy and efficiency. This position is also responsible for leveraging data to produce and validate valuable comprehensive analyses, business insights and internal reporting for management. This role is highly cross-functional and requires collaboration and significant partnership with a wide variety of teams across the business including IT, merchandising, operations, logistics and central purchasing. This position is based at the Corporate Office in Phoenix, Arizona and manages a team of 5 employees.


reserves, and financial reporting related to inventory and gross margin results, with appropriate

internal control documentation and support, while focusing on strategies to drive the reduction of

the close timeline

for use in validating results, preparing variance explanations and conducting trend analyses.

includes translating business requirements into system requirements, designing efficient business

processes, validating data flows between systems, documenting key accounting system controls

and creating reconciliations to validate the flow of financial data into all accounting and reporting


for owned areas, with an emphasis on improving accuracy and timeliness, reducing risk and

strengthening compliance; especially the reduction of manual, Excel-based activities

narratives as needed and perform all assigned controls to ensure a strong control environment

over assigned processes.

with department leadership and Controller to identify and implement necessary control changes.


concepts in a retail environment; in public accounting and/or public company accounting function

experience preferred.

Outlook, One Note, Word, and PowerPoint).

skills and presentation skills

and other regulatory changes.


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