At Compass, we envision a world where the experience of selling or buying a home is simple and pleasant for everyone. Founded in 2012, Compass provides an end-to-end platform that empowers residential real estate agents to deliver exceptional service to their seller and buyer clients, all in service of our mission to help everyone find their place in the world.

As a Lead in our National Finance Strategy & Operations Team, you will play a critical role in shaping the strategy and implementation of our critical initiatives. In this role you will act as the bridge between Finance (primarily FP&A) and the National Operations organization to drive crisp processes, support clear communication, and enable rigorous financial analysis for decision making. You are a natural self-starter, excited to join a resourceful and solutions-oriented team in a fast-paced environment to build efficiency and scale, elevate customer experiences, and fuel Compass’ success.

At Compass You Will:

  • Act as a key stakeholder and leader on the Finance, Strategy and Operations team, representing National Operations for FP&A.
  • Have a deep understanding of the role of Finance, FP&A, and the systems and data that support our reporting. 
  • Create best in class management reporting, in partnership with Finance, BI, and other stakeholders
  • Drive the Monthly and Quarterly business review process for the Operation teams working with P&L owners across the business 
  • Foster a culture of partnership and create feedback loop between national and regional Finance and Operations teams. 
  • Monitor and manage progress against key metrics and partner with FP&A to understand drivers that inform and enable the business teams to take actions and make decisions
  • Assist in developing the Annual Operating Plans (AOP), building on learnings from 2021 initiatives to further accelerate results for our customers and the business.
  • Assist with ad-hoc, high priority projects as needed

Who you are:

  • You have 7+ combined years of experience in FP&A, Corporate Development, or Investor Relations. Prior Management Consulting, Finance Rotational Program, or Investment Banking experience are a plus. 
  • You have worked within a high-growth company and have tangible experience building something from the ground up
  • You are a strong leader with a proven track record of delivering complex projects
  • You enjoy and excel in navigating a highly collaborative and highly matrixed environment
  • Top-notch stakeholder management, leadership skills,  and ability to drive results
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills and acute attention to detail, allowing you to think big, adapt quickly, and move fast
  • Strong problem-solving and analytical skills, capable of driving recommendations and decisions rooted in qualitative and quantitative data
  • Highly proficient and comfortable working with spreadsheets and large data sets (SQL, Tableau, Looker experience a plus)
  • Ability to multi-task and handle several deadlines simultaneously
  • Can thrive in a demanding, fast-paced environment
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At Compass, we believe that everyone deserves to find their place in the world — a place where they feel like they belong, where they can be their authentic selves, where they can thrive.  Our collaborative, energetic culture is grounded in our Compass Entrepreneurship Principles and our commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, growth and mobility. As an equal opportunity employer, we offer competitive compensation packages, robust benefits and professional growth opportunities aimed at helping to improve our employees' lives and careers.

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