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 seeking a hands-on detailed oriented Director for our Treasury function to serve as the primary resource for cash management activities, banking relationships, day-to-day treasury operations, investment initiatives, related analysis and reporting. The successful candidate will also own a variety of month-end and quarter-end reporting tasks related to cash, cash equivalents and marketable securities. This position requires a person who performs at the highest level of accuracy and efficiency, is well organized, and demonstrates ownership and initiative to accomplish goals. Additionally, the candidate will be innovative to drive efficiencies through continual evaluation of our systems and business processes. The Director of Treasury has a passion for how the treasury function can transform the strategy, accountability, and operations of the Company as a whole, and is extremely analytical, detail-oriented, curious, and thoughtful.

Responsibilities:

  • Oversees all cash management initiatives, establishes policy, procedures and makes recommendations on investment initiatives
  • Maintains banking relationships both in the US and international markets
  • Serves as the primary contact for Assembly’s treasury department in terms of day-to-day banking operations and cross functional projects when needed
  • Responsible for debt covenant compliance
  • Will drive and be responsible to develop and manage relationships with banking institutions and investment groups and direct our adherence to our investment policy
  • Owns a variety of month-end and quarter-end reporting tasks related to cash, cash equivalents, marketable securities, and the related footnotes/ disclosures
  • Responsible for all SOX controls related to the treasury function including tracking and maintaining documentation of compliance activity
  • Manages the company’s corporate credit card program, policy, and process for T&E cards
  • Responsible for continually evaluating the current state and driving change through improvements in processes and tooling
  • Responsible for building and maintaining the company’s cash flow forecasts including building of a daily, weekly, quarterly, and annual reporting package
  • Participates with and assists FP&A in the preparation of the annual budget for the treasury function, including key inputs into the cash flow statement for annual planning
  • Interfaces with external auditors during year-end audits and quarterly reviews, including preparation and review of PBC list items related to treasury

Skills & Qualifications:

  • 10+ years of related experience in a fast-paced environment, with increasing levels of responsibility and seniority while dealing with complex cash management matters
  • Experience in public and private software/SaaS or global technology company with revenues in excess of $100M
  • Track record of driving positive results in hands-on environments
  • Ability to cultivate effective relationships and work cross-functionally with strong planning, process management, communication, and organizational skills
  • 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
  • Analytical mindset comfortable with developing new frameworks to aid decision making
  • Experience with ERP and TMS systems (e.g., Netsuite, Trovata, Kyriba, etc.)
  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting or finance required
  • MBA or advanced degree in finance preferred
  • CFA or CTP strongly preferred

Company Benefits:

  • Unlimited Paid Time Off 
  • Competitive benefits: Medical, Dental, and Vision 
  • HSA/FSA
  • 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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