Finance Manager

Company overview

Vinawood, Ltd., is a wood processing company specializing in customized window covering. Wish customers located all over the world (US, Japan, South Africa, Malaysia, HK, Holland, etc.) Vinawood values quality, efficiency and creativity. Recognized as the most innovative company within the industry, Vinawood remains on the forefront of change. Thus, the General Manager must demonstrate a history of effective problem solving, leadership skills and the implementation of innovative approaches to increasing efficiency and productivity. 

We have ambitious plans develop the strongest SE Asian window covering brand in ASEAN and to expand our operations in the ASEAN markets, online and offline.

About the position


To ensure company’s financial performance towards excellence and profitability.

The Finance Manager will supervise the Financial Accounting and Costing Departments, and report directly to the General Director and Managing Director. The Finance Manager is integral to evaluating the Company’s development strategy as well as managing the daily activities as they relate to budget management, cost benefit analysis, forecasting needs and the securing of new funding.

You will support the Factory Manager as a trusted co-pilot as part of the Factory Leadership Team (vision, organization, practices, initiatives/projects…) on a day to day basis as well as on a long-term strategic view. You will provide visibility around costs related to the plant processes through the driving of relevant analysis and reporting (monitoring/updating of the forecast and controlling spend to ensure savings targets are achieved), as well as to ensure adherence to financial legal requirements and Vinawood Accounting Standards.

Primary Responsibilities

The Finance Manager is responsible for managing all Company Financial and Accounting functions. These include, but are not limited to the following:

1. Financial Accounting and Management

  • Oversee the management and coordination of all fiscal reporting activities for the organization including: revenue/expense and balance sheet, cash flow statements, reports to lenders, development and monitoring of budgets.
  • Monitor the day-to-day financial operations within the company, such as payroll, invoicing, payables, collections and other transactions
  • Ensure Company credit is in good standing with all key vendors identified as strategic partners.
  • Develop and maintain systems of internal controls to safeguard financial assets.
  • Develop and monitor operating budget. Oversee the maintenance of the inventory of all fixed assets.
  • Coordinate and assist IT department in implementation of ERP systems.
  • Coaching and developing the accounting personnel as individuals and as a team, including career and succession planning. Develop their skill set with the ability to competently perform at least 2 roles in the department.


2. Cost Analysis and Management

  • Oversee the daily analysis of factory costs, material yield, manpower deployment … actual vs. projected spend based on budget.
  • Seek cost savings and improvement opportunities, while being an active contributor to improvement projects and initiatives to validate and review proposed savings.
  • Coordinate reports of actuals (including organizing and leading timeliness and completeness of period-end close, and promoting ownership of data at source); and forecasting for the factory; ensuring transparency of these processes; following up and monitoring of progress to close gaps, ensuring Vinawood financial policies, Accounting Standards and Costing Standards are adhered to.
  • Develop, control and ensure robust evaluations of capital investment plans and requests.
  • Ensure clear control and visibility of assets and liabilities, including the development, implementation and compliance of internal controls.


3. Strategy & Business Development

  • Support the Business Development and R&D pipeline, including financial modeling, sensitivity analysis, projections, risk analysis
  • Ensure full transparency of costs and financial impacts to the organization for strategic decisions relating to the factory
  • Organize internal and external benchmarking of factory material cost, product cost and performance.
    • Support the purchasing department and ensuring compliance with Vinawood vendors with timely follow up on any issues regarding vendor payment or blocked invoices.
    • Continuously seek out methods for minimizing financial risk to the company.
Position Requirements

Background experience

  • Bachelor’s degree or above in Accounting, finance or related filed
  • 10 years work experience in finance and accounting related filed, with at least 5 years in a managerial position
  • Experience in manufacturing and cost accounting
  • Good knowledge of Vietnam accounting and taxation 
regulations, finance, accounting, budgeting, and cost control principles
 including Generally Accepted Accounting Principles
  • A successful history of finance management
  • Knowledge of Enterprise Resource Planning system, automated financial accounting reporting systems, and state financial regulations
  • Ability to analyze
 financial data and prepare financial reports, statements, and
  • Experience in strategic planning and execution

Strong Leadership skills

  • Motivation and Vision – The ability to motivate other to make them feel enthusiastic and excited about working at the company. The ability to articulate the company vision and mission in a way that inspires other and directs their efforts towards realizing that vision through goal achievement and excellence. To manage the process of innovative change effectively.
  • Mentorship and coaching skills – the ability to raise the performance of others and communicate to them how they can improve. The ability to share experience with others. The ability to find joy in helping others to develop their capabilities and achieve their goals. To challenge the team and develop them as leaders who take accountability.
  • Proactive and professional– The ability to effectively work under pressure and have the willingness to put in long hours. Maintain professionalism under all circumstances, internally and externally. Be dedicated to excellent service, satisfaction and results. The ability to delegate effectively and meet deadlines.

Interpersonal skills

  • Excellent communication skills – The ability to listen carefully and to help others to clearly articulate the issues they have raised. The ability to express one’s views in a clear and concise manner. The ability to collect sufficient information and possess strong persuasive skills.
  • Information Sharing – The ability to proactively share information and experience with others in a way that builds trust and strengthens cooperation
  • Tactful – The ability to sense when others are having difficulty and offer support and guidance. The ability to practice the “soft skills” when necessary – comforting, encouraging etc.
  • Approachability – The ability to make subordinates feel comfortable to approach one for feedback and advice. The ability to be patient with and supportive of others.

Project Management skills

  • Planning and prioritizing – the ability to enumerate required actions and prioritizing those actions in a clear and concise manner
  • Effective use of time – the ability to allocate time and energy towards the most relevant issues
  • Delegations of responsibilities – the ability to clearly identify and communicate to all relevant parties the responsibilities of each part as well as how the effectiveness of the implementation of the world will be measured
  • Follow-up and troubleshooting – the ability to follow up with others in an effective and timely manner to ensure achievement of objective. The ability to quickly identify challenges and obstacles. Have a history of trouble shooting and effective problem resolution with practical solutions

Lot 38-43 Linh Trung II, EPZ,
Binh Chieu Ward, Thu Duc District,
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Tel: +84 283 729 1881

Fax: +84 283 729 1883


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Lot 38-43 Linh Trung II, EPZ,
Binh Chieu Ward, Thu Duc District,
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Tel: +84 283 729 1881

Fax: +84 283 729 1883



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