Blend is a diverse team of problem solvers who believe that the world’s financial resources should be more accessible. Our cloud banking platform is used by Wells Fargo, U.S. Bank, and over 330 other financial services firms to acquire more customers, increase productivity, and deliver end-to-end digital experiences. Our software enables our customers to process an average of more than $5 billion in loans per day, making it possible for consumers to reach their financial goals faster and lead better lives. Come do work that matters.

The health and safety of our team is our top priority. As such, all employees working in the U.S. whose positions involve in-person interaction with other employees or third parties are required to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19. More details will be shared during the recruiting process.

This position is Remote First and requires proof of vaccination unless Blend grants you an exemption.

 

As a Corporate Accounting Manager, you will have the opportunity to play a key role in helping develop world-class processes to support our accounting and close functions while operating in a fast-paced, rapidly growing environment. We are looking for an individual who is excited to work both independently and collaboratively, demonstrates strong communication skills, detail oriented, and a desire to learn and succeed.

How you'll contribute:

●  Co-management of the corporate month-end close process including review of journal entries, account reconciliations, flux analysis, consolidated financial statements, etc

●  Own and manage the global consolidation and reporting processes, including accounting for the impact of foreign exchange rates and elimination of inter-company balances and investment in subsidiaries

●  Partner with cross-functional teams to gain an understanding of transaction processes to ensure accurate accounting treatment

●  Assist with developing and documenting scalable processes for timely and accurate financial close process

●  Monitor and update inter-company methodology (i.e., allocate direct vendor costs, shared service costs, and company-wide expenditures) as needed

●  Streamline month-end close processes, consolidation policies and processes over multiple ERP systems and currencies

●  Identify areas for improvement on internal processes and controls to develop efficiencies within consolidation, intercompany, and expense allocation process for SOX compliance

●  Support automation initiatives of inter-company processes, and other corporate accounting initiatives

●  Provide leadership, mentorship, and guidance to the team, and promote professional development

●  Assist with internal and external audit to ensure compliance

●  Perform ad hoc projects as requested

Who you are:

●  Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance (CPA is a plus)

●  A minimum of 8 years of experience in general accounting and consolidations accounting (Big 4

experience is preferred, combined with industry experience)

●  Have a strong understanding and application of US GAAP in all major accounting areas, global

consolidation, inter-company journal entries and elimination accounting, and compliance within US

GAAP accounting

●  Strong Excel skills (pivot tables, index(match), xlookup, multiple criteria sumproduct, etc.)

●  Netsuite experience required, Floqast and Workday Financials is a plus

●  Demonstrate ownership, problem-solving and analytical skills, combined with impeccable integrity

●  Ability to operate in a fast paced, rapidly evolving, highly transactional and data driven role

●  Strong verbal and written communication skills needed to interface and establish rapport with all

levels of the organization

●  You challenge the old ways of doing things and enjoy changing the status quo to optimize

process and drive continuous improvement in yourself and within your function

●  Detailed oriented, possess effective project management skills, and a strong ownership mindset

 

Benefits and Perks:

  • Meaningful equity and a 401(k) plan
  • Comprehensive health benefits
  • Wellness benefits covering a variety of wellness activities, gym memberships, fitness classes and more
  • 16 weeks of paid parental leave
  • Generous vacation policy
  • Work from home office set up stipend and internet stipend during COVID-19

 

 

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