Senior Manager, Financial Reporting

What you'll do:

  • Ongoing preparation of quarterly and annual financial statements and related disclosures that are in compliance with SEC and FASB rules and regulations.
  • Accurate and timely financial reporting including, but not limited to, internal and external monthly financial statements, quarterly and annual external and internal audits and reviews and annual budgets.
  • Ensure financial statements are in accordance with US GAAP guidelines.
  • Ad-hoc financial reporting requests from executive management and other key stakeholders.
  • Liaise with both external and internal auditors to provide information and resolve issues.
  • Assist in the evaluation, design, and implementation of internal controls around the financial reporting process.
  • Liaise with Finance, internal legal counsel and other departments to gather the necessary information for purposes of financial reporting.
  • Assist in researching, analyzing and documenting accounting issues such as revenue recognition (ASC 606), stock-based compensation, VIE and consolidation accounting, lease accounting (ASC 842), valuation and impairment, financial instruments.
  • Play a key role in providing day-to-day accounting guidance for one-off accounting and reporting issues company-wide.
  • Evaluating and analyzing emerging accounting and reporting standards from the FASB, EITF, SEC, AICPA, and other standard setters. After analysis, the incumbent will plan and assist in directing the implementation of new accounting and reporting activities as necessary.
  • Drive process improvements for greater accuracy, financial control, and efficiency.
  • Position may require travel

What you'll need:

  • BA/BS in Accounting or Finance plus CPA (CPA required)
  • Strong analytical, project management and organizational skills
  • Ability to work on multiple projects under tight time constraints
  • Ability to deal with imperfect information and ambiguity
  • Strong and extensive knowledge of SEC Reporting and US GAAP
  • SOX and internal controls experience
  • Minimum of 5-7 years of relevant experience
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Prior experience from a mix of Big 4/large private companies preferred

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