About CreativeX:

CreativeX advances creative expression through the clarity of data. Our technology helps the world's largest brands make better, and more data-driven, creative decisions. We help them improve the way they use imagery and video to communicate with, and stand out to, their consumers. We've built award winning technology which is used globally and, after raising our Series A in 2019, we are growing rapidly and hiring ambitious and thoughtful people to join our team.

Responsibilities:

  • Support all strategic finance initiatives, including OKR & KPI reporting, Board reporting, budget planning, organizational structure planning and revenue forecasting
  • Support Series B fundraising initiatives, including fundraising strategy, investor due diligence, marketing materials & operating model creation and competitive landscape analysis
  • Support data hygiene initiatives by deprecating data silos (disparate excel/word files, Notion, etc.) and migrating all commercial information to Salesforce as a single source of truth
  • Support key decision makers by building processes and tools that improve data availability & accessibility
  • Direct and manage strategic cross-functional projects, such as product pricing, commission structures, go-to-market strategies. etc. 

Required experience:

  • 1-4 years of experience in investment banking, private equity, management consulting or a related financial function 
  • Exceptional excel & financial modeling skills 
  • Experience or willingness to quickly learn our tech stack (Salesforce, Hubspot, Outreach, Tableau, PostgreSQL) 

Who you are:

  • You embrace autonomy and the idea of owning projects “cradle to grave” - you come up with the idea, execute it, and report on it
  • You’re comfortable working in a rapidly growing startup environment
  • Strong analytical and communication skills - you’re able to crunch the numbers and discuss your analysis 

What we offer:

:apple:  Fully paid medical, dental, and vision 
:airplane:  Unlimited paid time off + bank holidays 
:snowflake:  Company closure during the holiday season to focus on what is important to you
:giraffe_face:  Elevate Fridays a day free from structure to enable creativity & clarity, address big problems, and focus relentlessly on high-impact initiatives*
:books:  Education budget to be used for individual learning experiences or grouped with your team for joint learning
:person_in_lotus_position:  Annual subscription to Calm and Headspace for your mental wellbeing
:admission_tickets:  Monthly coaching to talk to a trained professional about career goals, relationships, and personal development
:dollar:  Stock options as we believe that everyone should have a stake in the business
:baby_bottle:  3-month full pay parenting leave for all employees who have been with the company for one (1) year
:potted_plant: Employee contributions to a 401(k) once they have completed their eligibility period 
* Elevate Fridays are reviewed biannually

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