About the company:

DoubleVerify is a leading software platform for digital media measurement, data and analytics. DV’s mission is to be the definitive source of transparency and data-driven insights into the quality and effectiveness of digital advertising for the world’s largest brands, publishers and digital ad platforms. DV’s technology platform provides advertisers with consistent and unbiased data and analytics that can be used to optimize the quality and return on their digital ad investments. Since 2008, DV has helped hundreds of Fortune 500 companies gain the most from their media spend by delivering best in class solutions across the digital advertising ecosystem, helping to build a better industry. Learn more at www.doubleverify.com.

About the team: 

DoubleVerify Finance Team Mission and Vision:


DoubleVerify Finance will consistently exceed the expectations of our internal & external clients and be a trusted/valued business partner across the DV organization while improving operational efficiency, transforming through innovation and driving profitable growth.


DoubleVerify Finance’s reputation will be that of a best in class finance team and a model for organizational efficiency and effectiveness that:

  • Provides the quantitative and qualitative analytics and insights to inform and enhance the executive decision making process
  • Benchmarks to improve accountability, transparency and performance; and 
  • Delivers expertise across all disciplines of finance

About the role:

We are looking for two Financial Analysts to join our growing Financial Planning and Analysis (FP&A) team. There will be a cost focus and revenue focus area, with an agile one team approach to completing key deliverables. This position reports to the FP&A Manager, and will work closely with the rest of the Finance team as well as with various other teams across the company. We are looking for a self-starter who possesses strong analytical skills and communicates findings articulately to a wide variety of stakeholders. The ideal candidate will be a strategic thinker who is able to analyze large datasets, be proactive and enthusiastic as they dig into the data and trends, have a desire to understand the business, as well as show initiative by identifying and solving problems. 

What You’ll Do:

  • Provide support with expense forecasting and analysis; playing a key role in budgets, forecasts, and other ad-hoc analysis
  • Maintain & prepare weekly, monthly, & quarterly materials for financial review meetings, highlighting variances to forecasts and using insights to drive forecasting improvements and operating decisions
  • Build and analyze dashboards in excel and data visualization tools, drawing conclusions and insights to provide recommendations and proposals for both Finance and other DV teams
  • Strive to improve processes, reporting and procedures, and take on other duties as needed to assist the team
  • Support the enterprise-wide annual budget process. including consolidating inputs across the organization and delivering an informed perspective on results

Who You Are:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Economics, or Accounting
  • 1+ years of related experience with budget planning, financial modeling, and decision analytics (FP&A, Corporate Finance, Investment Banking, Private Equity)
  • Possess the ability to complete projects with autonomy
  • Have the ability to collaborate across multi-functional teams
  • Strong Excel skills with a thorough understanding of financial modeling, formula efficiency, pivot tables, and data management
  • Understands general accounting and financial management
  • Experience with Netsuite, Salesforce, and Tableau are a plus
  • Experience in digital advertising and technology companies preferred
  • Knowledge of programmatic environments, SSPs/DSPs, and how digital media is transacted is a plus

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