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The Sr. Director, Treasurer is responsible for developing and implementing cash management operational strategies and controls for the treasury activities of the Company and all aspects of the Company’s weekly reporting processes related to the cash flows of the Securitization Entities, internal management reporting, cash forecasting and debt compliance.



May perform any or all of the following duties:

          Displays outstanding leadership skills; provides coaching, skills development, guidance and support to staff; and two (2) direct reports

          Responsible for the Company’s global cash management forecasting, investments, bank relationships, trade and credit facilities for Treasury operations

          Responsible for all aspects of debt compliance, including coordination and strategic problem solving with various external and internal partners

          Ensures accuracy of Company’s reported EBITDA calculation which is used to drive leverage ratios and other strategic decisions

          Reviews quarterly reports which maintain compliance with the Company’s Securitization Indenture

          Reviews weekly and quarterly reports which maintain compliance with the Company’s Securitization Indenture

          Reviews the forecasting of cash flow positions, related borrowing needs and available funds for dividend

          Reviews forecasted cash flow and debt compliance scenarios to support strategic business initiatives; communicates implications of such scenarios directly with executive management

          Establishes and maintains strong working partnerships with Corporate Bank Credit facilities, Merchant Card Processors and Armored Carriers

          Responsible for researching and identifying opportunities to increase Purchasing Card spending to increase Company rebates

          Ensure the integrity of each new vendor application and any outgoing payments are for appropriate services/product rendered to the Company

          Responsible for the review of all Vendor Compliance Packages (new, changes, reactivations) ensuring thorough research has been conducted

          Coordination with outside service providers related to cash management and debt compliance activities, including quarterly conference calls and annual on-site visits

          Oversees the Company’s daily credit facility activity; including issuance, reductions and renewal of L/C’s

          Oversees the completion of annual agreed upon procedures in support of the Company’s Management Agreement with the Securitization Entities

          Supports SEC reporting and other financial reporting

          Works on special projects and addresses business and financial ramifications of significant and/or unusual transactions, as needed

          Participates in company meetings, webinars and conference calls

          Other duties as assigned in response to changing business conditions and requirements


          At least ten (10) years of any combination of experience and/or education, that demonstrates a commanding knowledge of corporate treasury within a leadership role

          Adept in budgeting, project management (from conception to completion) and planning

          Extensive experience in preparing cash forecasts and cash flow analysis, forecasts daily cash requirements and execute daily financial decisions

          Outstanding interpersonal relationship building and employee coaching skills

          Must have the ability to determine expectations, effectively measure processes, quality standards and commitments

          Excellent written and verbal communication skills; ability to establish strong partnerships with all levels of management both internally and externally

          Familiarity with ERP systems preferred

          Experience with Business Intelligence (BI) systems preferred

          Proficient in all Microsoft Office programs including Word, PowerPoint, and Excel

          Ability to use independent thinking and professional judgment

          Rational decision making, negotiating and influencing skills

          Strong work ethic; commitment to seeing duties completed at a high standard of quality

          Able to work efficiently and effectively, both in teams and independently

          Demonstrated ability to adapt to changing circumstances and environment, strong analytical and organizational skills, attention to detail and ability to identify and implement process improvement capabilities



          Corporate Office fast paced and demanding environment



          Regular interaction with internal partners in person, by phone and/or electronic communications

          Sitting for extended periods of time, using telephone, typing and/or operating a computer and/or mouse

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