Are you our new Business Controller?

Inha Works Ltd is a producer of Buster, Yamarin & Cross boats. We are part of the Yamaha Motor Group, the global leader in marine products. Our key markets consist of Finland, Sweden and Norway. Our products are also sold in many other European countries as well as Russia. Inha Works’ own factory is located in Ähtäri and our head office is located in Raisio.
Are you our new Business Controller?

Inha Works Ltd, Yamaha Motor Group, is currently looking for a

Business Controller

to strengthen our finance team.The position will be based in our HQ in Raisio and report to Director, Finance & HR.

Your main tasks will include:

  • Active participation in Operations management team
  • Product cost analysis and development of cost reporting (ERP/Cognos)
  • Stock accounting and stock controlling
  • Business unit and Yamaha group profit (HFM) reporting
  • Controlling of annual budget data collection and estimate process

To succeed in this position you are expected to have

  • Suitable degree, such as a M.Sc.(Econ), M.Sc. (Tech), or equivalent
  • Relevant job experience (10+ years) background in assembly is considred an advantage
  • Business-oriented attitude and ability to interpret figures and facts
  • Excellent communication skills and a good command of English as a working language
  • An analytical, development-oriented, and well-organized mindset and be able to work effectively even under pressure and be capable of managing multiple tasks with challenging schedules
  • Opportunity to work with leading boat brands in Nordic Countries
  • Future growth potential
  • An enthusiastic team and positive professional environment
  • Competitive compensation


For further information about the job and responsibilities, please contact Director, Finance & HR Ulla Vesola on Friday 7th of June at 9 am – 11 am or Tuesday 11th of June at 10 am – 11 am, mob +358 40 5311 504. Please send your application and cv together with your salary request by Wednesday 12th of June via this link.


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