We are seeking a highly skilled and analytical Corporate Controller to lead the financial accounting and reporting needs of a rapidly growing private company. The Corporate Controller will have overall responsibility for the accounting process, provision of GAAP financial statements, external auditor engagement and internal controls compliance. This position will play a crucial role in supporting our financial strategy. 

This role will work closely with the Chief Financial Officer and have extensive interaction with other senior employees in the company, specifically scientific species leads. This position reports to the Chief Financial Officer and will ultimately manage a team of at least two others (Accounting Manager and Accounts Payable Specialist).

**This position will be remote with a preference for the Boston or Dallas areas**  Some travel will be required (1x per quarter to Dallas if not local).

Duties and Responsibilities:

Financial Reporting and Analysis:

  • Prepare accurate and timely financial statements, including balance sheets, income statements, and cash flow statements
  • Design and manage the monthly closing process adequate to ensure timely and accurate financial statements
  • Conduct thorough financial analysis to support strategic decision-making and optimize operational efficiency

Budgeting and Forecasting:

  • Collaborate with department heads to develop annual budgets and long-term financial forecasts
  • Monitor budget performance, identify variances, and provide insights to management for course correction as necessary
  • Continuously refine budgeting and forecasting processes to improve accuracy and efficiency

Internal Controls and Compliance:

  • Establish and maintain strong internal controls to safeguard company assets 
  • Coordinate with external auditors for periodic audits and ensure timely completion of audit procedures
  • Stay updated on relevant accounting standards and regulatory changes impacting the biotech industry

Team Leadership and Development:

  • Provide leadership, mentorship, and guidance to the finance team, fostering a culture of excellence and continuous improvement
  • Collaborate cross-functionally with other departments to drive financial literacy and accountability throughout the organization

Education, Experience & Skills Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, or related field; CPA certification preferred
  • Extensive experience (8+ years) in financial management, accounting, or auditing roles
  • Prior experience in the biotechnology, life sciences or technology industries highly preferred; familiarity with pre-IPO and IPO processes is a plus
  • Strong technical accounting skills and proficiency in GAAP accounting
  • Exceptional analytical abilities and strategic thinking skills, with a demonstrated track record of driving financial performance
  • Proven leadership and team-building capabilities, with the ability to inspire and motivate others towards achieving common goals
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to effectively collaborate with cross-functional teams 
  • High degree of integrity, ethics, and professionalism, with a commitment to upholding the highest standards of financial integrity and compliance
Pay Range
$180,000$240,000 USD

What Colossal Offers You:

  • Medical, dental, and vision coverage
  • Unlimited PTO and company holidays so you can rest and recharge 
  • Flexible spending accounts (FSA)
  • Company matched 401k retirement plan
  • Paid parental leave up to 12 weeks
  • Education reimbursement 
  • An opportunity to help us return the Earth to a healthier state

The team at Colossal is committed, colorful, passionate, intelligent, collaborative, creative, experienced, scientific and world-class. That sounds like a lot to fit into one building. That’s why we are spread out in three locations that include laboratories, test facilities, academic institutions, libraries and offices. Dallas. Austin. Boston. 

Through it all, however, we maintain a culture of positivity, hope, happiness and belief that we’re doing something big. Something Colossal.

Colossal is proud to be an equal employment opportunity workplace. We welcome people from all backgrounds as well as celebrate and support diversity. We are committed to providing an inclusive environment of mutual respect that is free from discrimination and harassment so everyone can thrive. 

EEO is the Law 

Search Firm Representatives: Colossal does not accept unsolicited assistance from search firms. No fees will be paid for a hired candidate where no pre-existing agreement is in place. We handle recruitment in-house. 

Colossal is proud to be named a Best Place to Work by Built In across 4 categories in 2023 & 2024:

  • #1 on the 50 Best Startups to Work For in Dallas in 2023!
  • 100 Best Midsize Places to Work in Dallas in 2024
  • 100 Best Places to Work in Dallas, TX (All Size Employers) in 2024
  • 100 Best Midsize Places to Work in Boston in 2024

Built In 2024 Award Lists

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Most Loved Workplace Certification Page - Proud to be certified as a most loved workplace including: most loved CEO, most loved workplaces for LGBTQ+, most loved workplaces for women, and most loved workplaces for young professionals.

                 

   

 

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