Manager, Corporate Accounting and Financial Reporting

You will:

  • Write technical and operational accounting position memos. 
  • Perform technical accounting research and assessments over new and/or complex transactions, new accounting standards, or changes to existing policies (e.g., acquisitions, accounting for debt, lease accounting, equity grants.) and associated external audit activities.
  • Manage stock-based compensation accounting process. 
  • Review monthly and quarterly internal financial reporting packages and assess it for external reporting purposes. 
  • Prepare monthly and quarterly Cash Flow Statement and collaborate with operational accounting and Treasury teams on current cash flow position.
  • Assist with goodwill and other long-lived assets impairment assessments.
  • Work with the junior team members to establish goals and objectives. Monitor and advise on the progress against these goals and objectives to enhance professional development.
  • Manage the external financial reporting process, including preparing SEC Forms 10-Q and 10-K, review supporting schedules underlying the financial information.
  • Prepare other SEC reports, as required, including, but not limited to: Form 4, Proxy statement, 8-K, and S-8 filings.
  • Prepare the quarterly and annual U.S. GAAP disclosure checklist.
  • Assist in the review of investor communications, including quarterly earnings releases and investor presentations.
  • Coordinate with various groups, including the accounting, finance, legal and internal audit teams to identify improvements and efficiencies across the entire financial reporting process.
  • Assist in at hoc projects focused on automation and process improvements in the accounting department. 

You have:

  • 6-8+ years of progressive accounting experience.
  • Active CPA license required.
  • Big 4 or other large public accounting firm experience required.
  • Strong working knowledge of U.S. GAAP and SEC reporting standards.
  • Analytical skills and ability to solve complex problems.