Who We Are Bold. Unapologetic. Hardworking. We are building something special. Put simply: We power and secure the next global financial system.

At Core Scientific, we host best-in-class enterprise level blockchain hardware in expansive, state-of-the-art data center facilities. Our proprietary software stack automates blockchain mining optimization, pushes machine images and firmware, and monitors all aspects of our operations, ensuring our customers receive the highest possible ROI on their hardware investment.

But what makes us different from others in our industry, apart from our unrivaled white-glove customer service? We invest heavily in growing our own digital asset holdings, and pioneering innovative financial products and services to maximize our own, and our customers' portfolios, through blockchain technology.

Come join us as we focus exclusively on the game changing, hypergrowth financial technologies that are already diversifying markets and democratizing access to stores of value. Pioneering an industry isn’t for the faint of heart. We require smart, creative, collaborative minds, who work hard and fast.

Intrigued? Then apply and be a part of something truly revolutionary at Core Scientific.

Title

AP Manager

Reports To 
Sr. Manager, Accounting 

The Job  

We are seeking a highly motivated and talented  AP Manager to help lead our accounting team with the Sr. Manager, Accounting. You will be responsible for building the team and implementing best-in-class processes that can scale with the company. The ideal candidate has a strong combination of strategic thinking and technical skill, with the ability to roll up their sleeves in a high-growth environment. 

Responsibilities 

  • Support Accounting in all aspects of our accounting and reporting process 
  • Oversee the Company's accounts payable process, including review of staff work 
  • Be a leader who is driven to build high performing teams, contributing to a positive and empathetic culture that values members, providing support and mentorship along the way
  • Be comfortable communicating results and addressing issues as they arise to management 
  • Help to establish and maintain strong accounting policies and effective internal controls 
  • Manage direct reports and develop the AP team. Attract, develop, and retain competent and committed staff. Establish clear performance objectives and provide career guidance for each direct report. Motivate and reinforce teamwork. Mentor staff and provide technical leadership. 
  • Collaborate with leadership across the company to provide timely reporting to assist in strategic initiatives and key decision processes
  • Develop and scale the finance operations through cross functional leadership using automation, analytics and other technologies 
  • Work with the external auditors and advisors on audit, accounting and other matters 
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Required Qualifications 

  • Bachelor’s in Accounting, Finance, or related field required 
  • CPA required 
  • 5+ years in progressive accounting leadership experience in fast-paced, high-growth start-up and complex companies 
  • Prior experience in public accounting, preferably at the Big 4 

 

Preferred Qualifications: 

  • Strong leadership abilities and a great communicator who can partner with other functional leaders to solve complex business problems and work on strategic initiatives 
  • Demonstrated history of solving multiple complex operational and accounting challenges 
  • Experience with NetSuite or similar ERP system 
  • Strong interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills 
  • Passionate, optimistic, curious leader that is relentless about continuous improvement and customer service 
  • Ability to manage projects timelines and financials 
  • Analytical, data-driven, and people-oriented leader 
  • Ability to delegate effectively  

 

Location 

Austin, TX Headquarters 

 

Supervisory Experience 

Prior supervisory experience required 

 

Work Environment 

This job operates in an office location. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as laptop computers, and smartphones.  

 

Physical Demands  

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit; stand; walk; use hands; and lift up to 10 pounds. 

 

Position Type/ Expected Hours of Work  

This is a full-time, exempt, Monday – Friday position. You may be expected to work some weekends and after hours as work requires.  

 

   

 

   

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