About Bluevine

Bluevine is on a mission to enable a better financial future for small business owners through innovative banking solutions designed just for them. By combining best-in-class technology with advanced security and a deep understanding of the small business community, we deliver end-to-end banking and lending products that empower always-on entrepreneurs to grow their businesses with confidence. 

As a dynamic company with massive potential, we’re backed by leading investors such as Lightspeed Venture Partners, Menlo Ventures, 83North, Citi Ventures, and nearly 9 years of proven success. Since launching in 2013, we have grown exponentially, amassing over 400,000 customers across all 50 states and a global team of more than 500 people. Our passion is driven by purpose: to give small businesses the tools they need to succeed and we’re just getting started. 

All of this begins with our team who are driven by collaboration, problem-solving, and learning and growing together. With a commitment to innovation and community impact, our mission is to help every small business—and every team member—thrive. Join us!

This is a hybrid roleAt Bluevine, we pride ourselves on our collaborative culture, which we believe is best maintained through in-person interactions and a vibrant office environment. All of our offices have reopened in accordance with local guidelines, and are following a hybrid model. In-office days will be determined by location and discipline.

ABOUT THE ROLE:

Responsible for overseeing accounting policy and financial reporting practices, they will identify and escalate significant or unusual transactions, advise Finance and Risk partners on accounting/control implications of new products, services, or transactions. This position will partner with other Bluevine leaders in cross functional initiatives to align our accounting policies with strategic business goals. Initially the role will oversee a subset of our transactional accounting group which specializes in lending, as our business evolves, responsibilities of this position may include assisting with Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX), and other regulatory exams.

WHAT YOU'LL DO:

  • Maintain and update existing policies for changes in guidance or business practices and draft new accounting policies to address new guidance or business activities
  • Author technical accounting memos and document conclusions reached regarding material transactions and complex accounting issues including: Current Expected Credit Loss (CECL), ASC 860 (Transfers and Servicing), and ASC 606
  • Assist with preparation of monthly financial reporting packages
  • Perform analytical procedures and investigate fluctuations from budget with different business units
  • Work with Bluevine's Product and Engineering teams to build and iterate internal reporting to be efficient and compliant with GAAP and other regulations
  • Partner with Bluevine's Risk team to help quantify allowance provisions related to the Company's Credit and Banking business and oversee the implementation and maintenance of CECL accounting standards
  • Provide information to Finance colleagues and partners, and business leaders on emerging accounting and reporting matters that may have implications to the business
  • Create operational guidance and procedures to align with accounting policy
  • Lead a subset of the accounting team which focuses on credit and lending transactions
  • Carry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws
  • Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance coaching, addressing complaints and resolving problems

WHAT WE LOOK FOR:

Essential:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting
  • At least 8 years of relevant accounting experience:
    • Experience in a public bank or lending company
    • Experience with a public accounting firm
    • 3+ years of leadership experience
    • CPA required
    • Ability to read, interpret, summarize, and apply accounting standards 
    • Mastery of excel and accounting systems 
    • Desire to push boundaries and take areas of responsibility to the next level
    • A positive attitude and willingness to be a team player
    • Ability to execute autonomously and solve problems

Desirable:

  • Prior experience managing small team of accountants
  • Experience with database queries and an understanding of data flows
  • Regulatory reporting experience 
  • Experience with preparing SEC Filings (10K, 10Q)

BENEFITS AND PERKS - for employees located in the US

  • Excellent health coverage and life insurance benefits
  • 401K with an immediate 3% company match 
  • PTO, Company Holidays, and Flexible Holidays
  • Company-sponsored Mental Health Benefits, including 1:1 therapy
  • Over $1,000 annually for a wellness benefit of your choice
  • Monthly WFH stipend
  • Generous, paid parental leave covering up to 16 weeks
  • Access to financial coaches and education sessions
  • Free commuter benefits - Caltrain passes for San Francisco employees and a monthly parking allowance
  • Monthly DoorDash credit
  • Weekly catered lunches and fully stocked kitchen pantries
  • Dog-friendly Redwood City, CA office
  • Community-based volunteering opportunities 

BENEFITS & PERKS - for employees located in Israel 

  • Excellent group health coverage and life insurance benefits
  • Stock options
  • Flexible hybrid work model
  • Large Study Fund contribution
  • Salary Benchmarks and Checkpoints 
  • Monthly meal card of TenBis or CiBus (your choice) with generous balance
  • Free parking for cars, scooters, and bikes
  • Free gym membership
  • Company-sponsored Mental Health Benefits
  • PTO, Company Holidays, and Flexible Holidays
  • Community-based volunteering opportunities

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