The Coca-Cola Company Credit Union Controller in Atlanta, Georgia
The Coca-Cola Credit Union was established in 1965 and now serves over 16,000 members. Over the years it has grown to be the 18th largest in Georgia with over $200 million in assets. The Controller is responsible for managing the operational accounting of the credit union, providing timely and accurate financial and regulatory reporting to the NCUA (National Credit Union Association) and The Federal Reserve Bank, and ensuring general ledger accounts are reconciled on a timely basis.
What You’ll Do for Us
Manage accounting department associates
Ensure proper internal controls are in place to avoid losses and protect member and credit union data
Ensure compliance with CCCU and CCFCU policies and procedures
Cash Management and Investment Portfolio accounting and funding
Review of accounting and reconcilement of cash and clearing accounts to ensure timely processing of all items and resolution of discrepancies
Oversight of the Following Areas:
Regulatory Reporting to the NCUA and Federal Reserve Bank
Create and provide tax reporting for Property tax, Federal Withholding, Foreign tax withholding and IRA with-holding and other tax reports as needed.
Prepare reports for Finance Committee and Board of Directors
Create report and review for Dormant account processing and reporting
Fixed Assets and Prepaid Expense Accounting and Reporting Back up
Review and assure that Accounts Payable and expense reports are approved and processed according to Chart of Authority and work instructions
Prepare financial statements and variance analysis
Wire transfers originated in Finance are processed according to work instructions
ACH and Share Draft Exception Processing and Reconcilement Back up
Mortgage accounting for sold mortgages and Student Loans accounting
Review of monthly reconcilement of General Ledger Balance Sheet accounts
Calculate Allowance for Loan Losses requirement
Prepare cost analysis on potential new vendors, product and services
Facilitate financial audits and regulatory examinations. Coordinate Audits and National Credit Union Association Exams
Contribute to Budgeting, Forecasting and Asset Liability Management processes
Project Management- lead finance and credit union level projects
Qualification & Requirements
BA/BS Undergraduate degree in Accounting/ Finance Degree
5 years accounting and 3 years of management in a financial institution preferred
Knowledge in share draft, ACH and deposit clearing
Knowledge of back office banking procedures
Knowledge of NCUA, IRS and Federal Reserve Bank Reporting
Extensive use of Excel
Banking or Credit Union a plus
What We Can Do For You
Our Purpose is to partner with members to achieve financial success. To deliver personal solutions founded on quality service, trust, and responsiveness to assist our members with their financial success. To offer refreshing financial solutions.
You are joining the credit union as a leadership team member. Our journey to transform our business into a convenient world class digital service organization. You have an opportunity to help shape this journey and evolve your role & skills as we make progress.
Bank Reporting, Cash Management, Expense Accounts, Financial Statements, Operational Accounting
Our Purpose and Growth Culture:
We are taking deliberate action to nurture an inclusive culture that is grounded in our company purpose, to refresh the world and make a difference. We act with a growth mindset, take an expansive approach to what’s possible and believe in continuous learning to improve our business and ourselves. We focus on four key behaviors – curious, empowered, inclusive and agile – and value how we work as much as what we achieve. We believe that our culture is one of the reasons our company continues to thrive after 130+ years. Visit Our Purpose and Vision to learn more about these behaviors and how you can bring them to life in your next role at Coca-Cola.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class. When we collect your personal information as part of a job application or offer of employment, we do so in accordance with industry standards and best practices and in compliance with applicable privacy laws.