As a controller, you are an important support for the management. Planning, controlling and monitoring are part of day-to-day business and ensure that the company or organization is economically successful. The soft skills of the controller include not only analytical and logical thinking, but also an open-minded, communicative and team-oriented way of working.
Controlling supports the management in making strategic as well as operative decisions and, above all, looks to the future. Since planning, controlling and monitoring figures are a major part of daily work, excellent Excel skills and a great passion for numbers are necessary. In addition, business know-how helps to understand and interpret the overarching relationships.
As a controller at ARTS, you will also bring along good presentation skills and be a team player. After all, you are the interface between different departments and present figures and analyses.
Since they are needed in almost every company, you will be involved in a wide variety of industries, from the preparation to the presentation of data. Due to this extensive operational capability, we are always looking for controllers for the different areas of responsibility.
Our ARTS controllers collect data and prepare it in a comprehensible way to increase the efficiency of the company. In operational controlling, they primarily evaluate profitability and manage the budget. In strategic controlling, they uncover new potentials and weigh the risks and costs for this purpose. Our controllers work in various departments, such as sales, production, logistics or marketing, and thus find their specialization.
You should bring that with you:
functions knows Excel
main tasks exist in controlling
types of controlling - strategic and operational