About Us:

Assembly is a global e-commerce software and data platform powering Helium 10, Pacvue, Refersion, PipeCandy and Influencer Marketing Hub. Headquartered in Los Angeles, Assembly empowers users to make more money, form better decisions, and take better actions through superior products, tools and community. Assembly serves millions of brands, merchants and users spanning 125 countries – providing them with the business technology they need to start, scale and thrive.

About the Role:

Assembly is looking for a VP of Accounting to lead all accounting and financial reporting activities of the Company, and who is responsible for the leadership, development, and execution of the Company’s global controllership, including accounting, tax, treasury, reporting, and compliance for all domestic and international operations. Reporting to our CFO, the VP of Accounting enhances financial controls, processes, and oversees compliance with our policies and procedures. The ideal candidate is an operationally oriented VP of Accounting, with experience optimizing order-to-cash, payroll, and broader financial operations, and streamlining data and systems in a complex, high growth (organic and inorganic) environment. This role instills a culture of strong internal controls across the company and has a passion for how the controllership function can transform the strategy, accountability, and operations of the Company as a whole.


  • Lead global corporate controllership, including revenue accounting, accounting operations, financial reporting, technical accounting, treasury, and tax
  • Continue to scale end-to-end business processes, systems, and financial controls in support of the future growth of the Company
  • Assess and improve financial processes, with a focus on order-to-cash, and data flows, in partnership with Information Technology leadership
  • Bring all acquired and current finance systems together, and build a best-in-class suite of technology products
  • Ensure compliance with all GAAP and other applicable laws, rules, and financial regulations for financial, partnership and tax reporting, particularly SaaS and software revenue accounting rules under ASC 605 and ASC 606
  • Partner with leadership to execute the company’s M&A strategy, including participating in financial due diligence and integration
  • Collaborate across the company to improve controls, enhance processes, and advance company performance
  • Serve as primary contact with external auditors to ensure effective execution of audit, internal controls, and financial reporting activities
  • Continue to build a high-performing team, and invest in the development and growth of team members through training, mentorship, and rotational opportunities

Skills & Qualifications:

  • 15+ years of progressive corporate accounting and controllership experience, with a minimum of 10 years of relative management/leadership experience
  • Leadership experience at both public and private software/SaaS or global technology company with revenues of $100M+
  • Significant experience leading global accounting and financial operations in a B2B software environment with multiple products and platforms, growing both organically and through acquisition
  • Track record of scaling high-powered and operationally focused accounting and treasury organizations
  • Strong technical accounting background, with thorough knowledge of GAAP accounting principles and procedures including experience with GAAP technical accounting research and new accounting standard implementation
  • Significant M&A experience, including due diligence and acquisition accounting, with a demonstrated history of successfully and smoothly integrating acquisitions into the operational business and financial reporting structure
  • Global experience dealing with multiple legal entities, currencies, and tax dynamics
  • Proven experience developing and leading a high-performing accounting and control organization
  • Strong communicator with solid written and oral communication skills, including the ability to discuss complex ideas and resolve difficult issues while partnering with company leaders
  • Active CPA license along with a bachelor’s degree in Accounting or equivalent is required. MBA a plus.

Company Benefits:

  • Unlimited Paid Time Off
  • Competitive benefits: Medical, Dental, and Vision
  • Long-term growth opportunities


Assembly is committed to employing a diverse workforce. Qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, veteran status, or disability.

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