Axogen is committed to building and maintaining a strong and gratifying company culture that fosters a work-life balance and professional growth. Our hands-on and personal approach makes transitioning to a new job a seamless and enjoyable process. Most benefits are effective on day one!  

Axogen is the leading company revolutionizing the science of nerve repair. We are passionate about helping to restore function and quality of life to patients with physical damage or discontinuity to peripheral nerves.  

Contribute to positively impacting lives while working for a company that respects, recognizes, and values all team members! 

Axogen is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against applicants on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, ancestry, age, sex, marital status, national origin, disability or veteran status. 

 Why you’ll love working at Axogen: 

  • Friendly, open, and fun team culture that values unique perspectives 
  • Company-wide dedication to profoundly impacting patients’ lives 
  • Comprehensive, high-quality benefits package effective on date of hire 
  • Educational assistance available for all employees 
  • Matching 401(k) retirement plan 
  • Flexible working hours 
  • Paid holidays, including floating holidays, to be used at your discretion 
  • Employee Stock Purchase Plan 
  • Referral incentive program 

If you want to see how you can impact lives at Axogen, take a look at these inspiring patient stories: https://www.axogeninc.com/patient-stories/ 

Axogen is hiring for a Director, Corporate Accounting in Tampa, FL!

Job Summary of the Director, Corporate Accounting

As the Director, Corporate Accounting you should be a forward-thinking leader with proven abilities and achievements in relevant accounting leadership roles. In this position, you will lead, through a team, corporate and operations accounting, payroll, and tax. 

Requirements of the Director, Corporate Accounting

  • Bachelors in Accounting required; Masters in Accounting a plus, MBA (Master in Business Administration) a plus
  • Active CPA (Certified Public Accountant) license required
  • At least 12 years of Accounting/Finance experience:
  • Public company industry experience, required
  • Previous public accounting experience, serving public companies required; at a Big 4 or large regional firm necessary; 5+ years preferred in assurance/audit
  • Previous life science industry experience, preferred
  • Expertise in accounting in accordance with US GAAP, SOX, and SEC reporting.
  • Experience with leading and developing teams of at least 10 people.
  • Ability to work independently and take ownership of assigned tasks and responsibilities.
  • Well-organized with ability to prioritize and execute.
  • Exceptionally effective communication (written and oral) and interpersonal skills.
  • Attention to detail and problem-solving ability.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office software.  
  • Expert Microsoft Excel skills required.
  • Experience with Accounting Software, i.e. Great Plains a plus.
  • Expertise in cost and inventory accounting.
  • Strong knowledge of stock compensation accounting.
  • Good knowledge of payroll processing and related IRS/State requirements.
  • Good knowledge in state and federal taxes
  • Strong International/foreign currency accounting knowledge.
  • Experience in implementation of financial systems.

Responsibilities of the Corporate Accounting

The specific duties of the Director, Corporate Accounting include but are not limited to:

  • Leads a team of approximately 10 through providing coaching, leadership, mentoring and ongoing performance feedback.
  • Closes financial records accurately, efficiently, and on time.
  • Coordinates with external experts the preparation of the quarterly debt derivative valuations.
  • Coordinates the company tax provisions and tax returns with internal and external tax professionals.
  • Participates in the preparation and review of SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) disclosures for the 10-Q and 10-K and other SEC filings.
  • Coordinates the interim and year-end audit and review requests from external auditors.
  • Responsible for facilitation of other financial, external, and internal audits
  • Assists with corporate insurance renewals, responds to tax notices, real estate management or specialized financing as needed.
  • Collaborates with the FP&A team to support reporting to senior management, budgeting/forecasting, and flux analyses.
  • Develops and internally reports related KPIs
  • Leads our internal control design, documentation, and compliance (SOX)
  • Maintains an environment of effective internal financial controls and contributes to its continual improvement.
  • Ensures compliance with current US GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles) and accounting policies.
  • Researches and supports the documentation and implementation of new accounting guidance and policies.
  • Ensures compliance with company policies.
  • Documents/maintains and trains on Policies and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
  • Facilitates process improvements and improves areas of efficiency across the team.
  • Drives scalability initiatives.
  • Identifies opportunities to improve utilization of financial accounting systems and automation opportunities.
  • Builds and maintains relationships cross-functionally and with external experts to foster collaboration both inside and outside of Finance and Accounting.
  • Serves as the subject matter expert for accounting questions.
  • Ad hoc reporting as needed.
  • Performs all other related duties as assigned.

Location

111 West Oak Ave., Tampa, FL  33602

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Benefits/Compensation

This position is eligible for an annual bonus. Benefits offered for this position include Health, Dental, Vision, Matching 401K, Paid Time Off, 9 Paid Holidays + 2 Floating Holidays, Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts, Medical Flexible Spending Accounts, Tuition Reimbursement, Paid Parental Leave, Paid Caregiver Leave, Basic Life Insurance, Supplemental Life Insurance, Employee Stock Purchase Plan, and Disability Insurance, as described in more detail in summary plan descriptions.

Salary Range
$159,135$198,919 USD

Axogen is on a hybrid work schedule for some of our positions based out of our headquarters in Florida, with 3 days in office and 2 days remote. The hybrid work schedule does not include sales or facilities in Ohio or Texas.

Axogen follows healthcare system guidelines with respect to credentialing, vaccinations and other employment/compliance related requirements, as well as CDC guidance. Axogen reserves the right to amend its policies from time to time in its sole discretion.

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