Facility Controller - Tulsa

Job Locations US-OK-Owasso
Accounting and Finance
Position Type


Company Overview

Milo’s Tea Company is one of the fastest growing beverage companies in the US. Our culture and operations are built on the belief that we can make a difference in the world. That’s why we put People First and strive to continually reduce our environmental impact on the planet. We leverage our world class operations and decades-long distribution partnerships to grow the footprint of our core products and create new, innovative beverage products. 

  • We are the #1 and fastest growing brand in the Refrigerated Tea Category in the nation.

  • Our core mission is that we put people and the planet first and by doing this, it will be good for our business.

  • We are committed to unlocking the personal genius of every associate and have a strong focus on growth and learning.

  • Our Company is women-led and strongly committed to Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging.

  • We are committed to annual charitable giving by delivering upon our 1% profit pledge.

  • We are Platinum Certified in Zero Waste Manufacturing; recycling, reducing, and reusing 95% of waste at all facilities.


Being a part of the Milo’s TEAm, you’ll get to collaborate with a group of passionate and high-performing people, where everyone feels empowered to do their best work and feels good about the work they’re doing.


And as a "People First" company, Milo’s is committed to the success and well-being of our associates, customers, and fans, no matter their gender, race or creed.  Some of the great things offered that reflect our commitment include:

  • Competitive salary with bonus opportunities for various roles

  • 100% employer paid medical premium for our associates and their families

  • Free Mental Health, Financial Wellness, and Legal Counseling benefits

  • 401K with a company match

  • Company paid Life Insurance

  • Tuition reimbursement assistance

  • Continuous learning opportunities through various platforms and resources

  • A robust parental leave program

  • Care Relief Fund to help Associates in need

  • Associate Assistance Program

  • Paid volunteer time

Position Summary

The Facility Controller is a key leader on the Facility leadership team. Contributes to all areas of Facility management and provides strong financial leadership. The Facility Controller is responsible for planning and coordinating Facility budget and business planning activities in alignment with corporate policies and practices. The incumbent will provide financial direction to the Facility and provide recommendations to improve site performance.

  • Collaborates with Facility Manager and other leaders to explain results, make improvements, manage projects, identify inefficiencies, understand operations and lead the development of complex analysis
  • Monitor and implement Facility internal controls (in conjunction with corporate policies) as necessary to ensure reporting integrity, safeguard company assets, and identify risks

  • Review and analyze various financial improvement initiatives including modeling and generating creative alternatives and recommendations for managing COGS, headcount, and related operational expenses

  • Direct the preparation and analysis of the annual strategic plan, capital plan, monthly operating results, trends, capital projects and operating forecasts in order to meet facility objectives

  • Analyze variances and communicates explanations to management with recommended actions

  • Must work across organization boundaries and all levels of the company to achieve Facility or corporate objectives

  • Shares best practices across finance team, e.g. process improvements, financial modeling and procedures changes

  • Provides proactive / unsolicited consultation, interpretation and education of complex financial and operational matters to various departmental leaders used to drive business decisions

  • Ensures proper accounting in accordance with U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles as well as local statutory requirements

  • Act as financial business partner to our Operations & Supply Chain Teams.

  • Invest in and is an example of Milo’s Responsibility commitment which includes environmental, social, and corporate governance components.

  • The position has Food Safety Responsibilities.

  • Other duties as assigned.




Must have a four-year degree in Accounting, Finance, or a business-related field


5-10 years related experience


Strong analytical skills and excellent communication skills


Knowledge of budgeting and forecasting techniques as well as proficiency with financial statement analysis and projection


Strong knowledge of US GAAP


Cost accounting experience


Good planning and organizational skills including experience in handling multiple concurrent tasks and meeting strict deadlines.



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