Logistics Controller

Management / Consulting


Epson is a global imaging and innovation leader that operates at the cutting edge of technology development. We are dedicated to exceeding the vision of customers worldwide through the creation of ground-breaking, high-precision and energy-saving technologies. From printers and 3LCD projectors, to augmented reality smart glasses, Epson offers an extensive array of award-winning products to customers across the world. The Logistics Controller is responsible for producing accurate monthly repor...


Required profile:


  • Month end budget/forecast versus actual reporting & analysis for the SGA part of the EMEAR, regional and EEB P&L:
  • Prepare monthly reports with comments and explanation by territory / region, business unit and at EEB and EMEAR level for the Head of Supply Chain EMEAR, VP's and EEB Management
  • Present on monthly basis the Logistics operation from a financial and operations point of view to EEB management through an official presentation
  • Prepare ad hoc reports as and when requested for BU/Region/Function owners with financial information and analysis over areas they are responsible for

Business Plan and Forecast:

  • Prepare of the budget and forecasts and support the Supply Chain Department by providing information for action. Ensure FC / BP group requirements are met following the right validation and appropriate review of the costs for all EMEAR regions:
  • Prepare budgets and quarterly forecasts in cooperation with Supply Chain management by collecting budget input, challenge and validate data and input correct budget data with a justification for changes


  • Ensure financial recordings for all logistics costs across EMEAR are accurate and according to IFRS / EFAS standards
  • Review and update Supply Chain accounting policies and procedures to be in line with EMEA accounting and other relevant policies
  • Support European Audit & J-Sox department on audits and review of Supply Chain processes across EMEA to ensure compliance with J-Sox and company policies