As the leading AI-powered cloud communications platform, Dialpad is on a mission to prove that employees don’t need to be in the office, stuck at a desk, or wearing pants to be 110% effective at their job. Our patented Voice Intelligence is embedded in every call to capture action items, provide coaching, take notes, analyze sentiment, and more in real time—setting us apart from the competition.

Essentially, our products make it easy to have productive business communication over calls, video conferencing, and chat from anywhere and on any device. With 90% of businesses still using desk phones for their contact centers, sales teams, and internal communication, we have a massive opportunity to grow and shape the future of work.

Who we are

At Dialpad, work isn’t a place you go, it's a thing you do. We don’t just build products for everywhere workers, we are everywhere workers. With offices in the Bay Area, Austin, Raleigh, Vancouver, Waterloo, Tokyo, London, Sydney, and Bangalore, along with remote workers around the world, we are committed to building a diverse workforce, where each person is welcomed and valued for their personhood and contribution.

With a $1.2 billion valuation and over $250 million in funding from Google Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz, OMERS Growth Equity, ICONIQ Capital, Felicis Ventures, Work-Bench, Scale Ventures, and other top VCs, Dialpad attracts top talent from leading tech companies, and every member of our team plays an essential role in creating dynamic products that enable workers to collaborate and be productive from anywhere.

The team

Do you have a passion for numbers? Our Finance team is dedicated to solving business-critical problems while adapting to our massive growth and recent funding. You’ll work with a variety of teams across the company to provide financial insights—helping Dialpad operate with frugality. 

What you will achieve

We’re looking for an experienced, hands-on professional to own the end-to-end administration of Dialpad’s equity plans. You will partner closely with Legal, People Operations, and Payroll to support the administration of our global equity platform and help drive efficiency and process. You have a passion for excellent customer service to all equity participants and enjoy managing communication and assisting participants in education and training regarding Dialpad’s plans.


In your first 30 days: 

  • Administer equity plans (US and International), including processing stock option, ESPP and restricted stock unit grants, exercises and releases, modifications, cancellations, and terminations
  • Reconcile monthly equity activity, including shares outstanding and share reserves among company records, and third-party vendors
  • Assist in development and maintenance of policies and procedures related to stock administration, and ensure compliance with internal controls

In your first 60 days: 

  • Prepare grant files for all new equity grants
  • Create and implement process improvements and support automation initiatives between equity and HR systems
  • Assist and support stock plan financial reporting activities for audit and external reporting

By 90 days: 

  • Develop, maintain, and deliver educational materials and customized resources for participants
  • Ensure and maintain SOX Compliance; work with internal and external teams to ensure successful audits
  • Ensure compliance with federal, state, and foreign regulations along with securities laws


Who you are

You’re a builder, who doesn’t walk away from a challenge. This is a new position and we are looking for a seasoned Global Senior Stock Administrator who has a deep understanding of accounting standards as they relate to equity compensation. You have at least 5 years of experience working for late stage private companies and public companies. Having a CEP or equivalent experience is preferred, along with a strong background in U.S. federal and state taxation relating to equity compensation, and general knowledge of global taxation. 

Benefits

Culture

We’ve been named a Top Workplace seven times because we truly live and breathe our culture. In alignment with one of our core values, “Skill & Will,” we strive to bring on only the most passionate and talented people to our team. Collectively, Dialers work together to solve problems that help the everyday worker. We foster a collaborative environment where people are elevated, wins are celebrated, and development is encouraged. 

Compensation and Equity

Teamwork makes the dream work. Recognizing that our talented and committed team members drive our success, Dialpad offers competitive salaries in addition to stock options because each Dialer participates in our success.

Healthcare and Wellness

An apple a day keeps the doctor away—and it doesn’t hurt that we offer great options for  medical, dental, and vision plans for all employees. In addition, we offer resources for you through our Employee Assistance Program. We even offer a monthly stipend to help cover your gym membership costs and offer a variety of wellness events to attend. Who wants to join a fitness class, a zen session, or a cooking class? That and more are available to all Dialpad employees!

Equity, Balance, and Belonging

At Dialpad, we value the humanity that makes each of us unique. We strive to ensure everyone is supported equitably, and Dialers are free to bring their full selves to work each day, and celebrate others doing the same. We champion the intersectionality that exists between gender identity, ethnicity, age, disability status, and the many other aspects of our greater humanity.

Flexible Work Accommodations  

These days, it’s business as unusual. That’s why we offer a monthly stipend to help cover your cell phone and home internet. We also cover costs for home office equipment and encourage employees to take advantage of our generous time off and vacation policy. 

Education

We believe in your future as much as you do! That's why we offer a yearly stipend for continued learning and education expenses.

 

Dialpad is an equal opportunity employer. We are dedicated to creating a community of

inclusion and an environment free from discrimination or harassment.



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