About Dwelo

Dwelo is the Smart Apartment Platform of Level Home. Dwelo’s software, hardware, and service platform enable owners and managers of multifamily properties to offer smart homes as an amenity while improving property efficiency. Dwelo has over 100k apartment units across the country on the platform, with hundreds of thousands of devices deployed and managed. Now that we’re combined with Level Home, we have exclusive access to Level’s world-class smart access products. Following our recent $100M raise and our acquisition of Vivint’s multifamily division, we are a growing team making a lot happen, we are taking on some big names, and while we’re leaders in the space, we’re just getting started.

At Dwelo, we welcome folks from all backgrounds and all walks of life because our customers are that way. We do it all together, because the task is too big to do it alone.

 

The Role

As Assistant Controller you will be a leader on the Finance team. It is your responsibility to provide the company with financial insight and accountability by creating timely GAAP financial statements. To accomplish this you will guide the time and talents of the Finance team and roll-up your own sleeves to remove obstacles that stand in your way. You will be setting the foundation for the company’s first audit.

Additionally, you will provide support and guidance over operational accounting to make sure transacting with Dwelo is a seamless experience. Most of all you will be joining a down-to-earth team that works closely together to achieve outcomes.

 

Responsibilities

  • Direct the team’s efforts during month-end close
  • Weekly, lead continuous improvement initiatives by tracking, prioritizing and resolving process and system issues
  • Periodically, create technical accounting memos and associated process changes
  • Regularly, coach and develop several direct reports
  • As needed, collaborate with cross functional leaders on system changes and upgrades
  • Be a key player in many audit readiness projects
  • Provide support to operational accounting teams and systems

 

Requirements

  • You are a licensed CPA
  • You have a couple years of audit experience
  • You have several years of industry accounting experience
  • You have managed and developed a small team
  • You have been responsible for the month-end close process
  • You come from either a SaaS or inventory company
  • Even better if you have Netsuite and Salesforce experience
  • You have a successful track record of coordinating many simultaneous projects and staying organized through it all
  • Your ego is never more important than an opportunity to learn
  • You are driven to improve systems and processes

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