Education/ExperienceAccounting Degree with 3-5 year experience preference in the Freight BusinessHighly motivated and able to operate in very decentralized/results drive environment (privately held company)*Advanced Excel knowledge (V-lookup, Pivot Tables, Data upload and download)TMW System experience preferredSAP or other Enterprise Resource Planning software experience preferred Working ConditionsSmall Office environment 20 persons with direct reporting to ControllerNo extensive Travel with Headquarters in Conyers, GAPeriodic Weekend (Close) and Evening work is expectedPay Negotiable based on experience, 401k (3% match), Full Health/Dental, 2 weeks Vacation Manage monthly close and insure timely and accurate P&L/Balance Sheet reporting for RegionManage defined projects specified by team to improve business reporting and profitablity transactionsResponsible for daily invoicing of Regional Distribution costs $1-2million/month of Broker payablesPost month end Journal Entries and Manage Regional Balance SheetProvide Assistance with Broker Payables and Vendor Statement ReconciliationsMaintain system of control over Accounting transactions using SAP/TMW systemsReconcile Balance Sheet Accounts at Month EndWork with Inter-co Facilities and assist with Weekly and Month-End Estimates / Accruals reportingWork with Regional Managers to optimize Regional Fleet and Broker operationsPrepare daily and monthly P&L’s for Regional facilitiesProvide Daily, Weekly, and Monthly Freight AnalysisOversee Budgeting for Regional Facilities each June Year EndRecommend and monitor benchmarks to measure freight costs for multi-state operationsCalculate variances to budget and prior month/year complianceFile and comply Sales and Use Tax (Multi-State Jurisdictions)
Corrugated Logistics Division
Pratt’s corrugated logistics subsidiary, Pratt Logistics, LLC was formed in 2005 to develop and operate an independent trucking company to better serve both the internal needs of other Pratt divisions and subsidiaries and those of Pratt’s customers.
The goal is to run a safe, modern and compliant fleet with continued high customer service and delivery standards.
And, like Pratt’s other divisions and subsidiaries, it’s also dedicated to protecting the environment. In fact, Pratt Logistics, LLC helps Pratt close the loop and reduce harmful emissions by back hauling waste paper to Pratt’s three-mill container board system as well as materials used to fuel Pratt’s clean energy facility at the Conyer’s Campus in Georgia.