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Moog Broad Reach produces spaceflight hardware and software solutions, integrating vehicle design, component design and engineering services for aerospace, scientific, commercial and military customers on four continents.  From proposal phase to ground testing, launch and on-orbit operations, we support each mission as scientific, technical and operational facilitators. On the product side, our radiation-hardened avionics and electronics include GPS/GNSS receivers, science payloads, motor controllers, high-quality flight-critical components, and single board computers powered by the next-generation BRE440 “system-on-a-chip” – the world’s highest-performance radiation-hardened microprocessor.


 With global product demand and mission criteria moving toward integrated commercial partnerships, lower costs and higher performance hardware and software requirements, Moog Broad Reach is positioned for growth in the new era of aerospace development. Our team of seasoned architects and engineers is dedicated to partnership with our customers for continued growth and success.  For more information you can visit our website at:  www.broadreachengineering.com.

Finance Manager

Responsible for the accounting and finance operations for Moog Broad Reach.  Required to work closely with MBR management team to create, interpret and make decisions about the financial health of MBR.


Perform full-cycle accounting including full balance sheet reconciliations, accounts receivable, accounts payable, and labor distribution producing monthly financial statements to include graphical data regarding sales growth, gross margin, profit contribution, net working capital, and cash flow reporting. Monthly financial results are presented to the MBR leadership team and submitted to Corporate based on corporate deadlines. Financial metrics are tracked and compared to corporate goals.

Prepare and maintain company budget and forecast to include project costing and project profitability based on actuals and estimates to complete, labor planning by employee, capital expenditure budgets, IR&D spending, and indirect cost budgeting totaling to a full company forecast on a month, quarter, and year to date basis with forward looking forecast on a 5 year term. Budget vs actuals variance analysis is performed each month with monthly forecast updates. Profit and Loss forecasts are submitted to Corporate based on corporate guidelines.

Monthly accounting process includes full project costing through burden and fee and tracking to contract values with backlog data. Actual indirect rates are reviewed monthly and compared to forecasted rates, with monthly updates to the forecast for indirect rate planning.

Maintain quarterly cash flow projections with submission to corporate as well as all other financial reporting requests made by corporate as requested, including monthly and quarterly reporting, tax reporting, and intercompany balances and reconciliation.

Maintain timely DCAA required annual reporting including provisional billing requests and indirect rate planning and incurred cost proposals. Interface with and handle all government audits including accounting system audits, proposal audits, billing rate audits and incurred cost audits.

Minimum Requirements:

BS in Accounting

Minimum of 10 years in government accounting

Experience with Manufacturing Operations

Cost Accounting

Strong presentation skills

Preferred Requirements:
Public Accounting 

EOE/AA Minority/Female/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity/Disability/Veteran

About Moog, Inc.:

Our company began in 1951 with Bill Moog’s invention, the servo valve, a device which became the heart of high performance motion control systems. Today, Moog Inc. (NYSE: MOG.A and MOG.B) is a worldwide designer, manufacturer, and integrator of motion control parts and systems.


Headquartered in East Aurora, NY, we proudly serve customers in more than 90 countries. Our operations extend to more than 27 countries and our talented, global workforce is nearly 12,000 strong.


Our company is organized into five operating groups: Aircraft, Space and Defense, Industrial, Medical Devices, and Corporate. Our high-performance systems control military and commercial aircraft, satellites and space vehicles, launch vehicles, missiles, automated industrial machinery, and marine and medical equipment. What sets Moog apart is our commitment to creating high-performance solutions that solve our customers’ most difficult technical challenges.


But it's more than technical excellence that defines us. Moog is a performance culture that empowers people to achieve great things. Our employees enjoy tackling interesting technical challenges in a culture of trust. For you, working with us can mean deeper job satisfaction, better rewards, and a great quality of life inside and outside of work. 

Moog is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and as such affirms the right of every person to participate in all aspects of employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, citizenship, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, veteran status, disability, genetic information, or any other protected characteristic. If you are interested in applying for employment and need special assistance or an accommodation to apply for a posted position, contact our Human Resources department via phone at 844-367-5787.

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