EnerNOC, a leading provider of energy intelligence software and solutions, is recruiting an Accounting and Consolidations Manager to join the world-class finance organization. The position is based in Boston on the Corporate General Ledger Team and will report directly to the Assistant Controller. This role will be responsible for the management of the domestic general ledger accounting in addition to the consolidation of multiple international subsidiaries. Communication and strong working relationships with global finance teams will be vital in this position to ensure a timely and accurate close process. The position is expected to provide guidance to local teams for accounting and financial reporting matters to ensure the consolidated financial statements are in accordance with the appropriate accounting guidance.


Key Responsibilities:

  •  Manage the monthly, quarterly, and yearly close process for domestic and international entities
  •  Responsible for managing day to day and month end accounting functions for cash, prepaid expenses and other assets, fixed assets, accounts payable, accruals, and other liabilities
  •  Review and approval of journal entries and accounts payable invoices
  •  Perform review of general ledger reconciliations to verify current month journal entries have been recorded correctly and ending balances are correct
  • Manage the monthly global consolidation close processes for all EnerNOC subsidiaries
  •  Responsible for accounting for the impact of foreign exchange rates and elimination of intercompany balances and investment in subsidiaries
  • Assist in the intercompany accounts reconciliation process and research unreconciled balances
  • Review monthly financial reporting packages from subsidiaries to ensure consolidated financials are created and maintained in compliance with accepted policies and procedures
  • Identify top-side adjustments necessary to bridge local accounting to be in accordance with the requirements of the consolidated financial statements 
  • Report final consolidated financial statements to parent company and assist in monthly financial analyses \
  •  Identify ways to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the close and consolidation process and lead process improvement initiatives
  • Maintain thorough and current understanding of US GAAP and IFRS. Remain current with emerging accounting, reporting and disclosure standards and implement new accounting pronouncements as necessary
  •  Involvement in the accounting for mergers, acquisitions, and divestitures when applicable
  • Coordinate post-acquisition integration and financial systems implementations and upgrades
  • Prepares special financial reports as necessary through collecting, analyzing, and summarizing account information and trends, also projecting future financial performance and cash flow needs
  • Coordinate and oversee corporate and foreign statutory audits 


  •  Minimum of B.A. or B.S. undergraduate degree required in Accounting or related field
  • At least 3-5 years of related experience, mix of public accounting and industry experience preferred
  •  Strong technical knowledge of current accounting standards
  •  Ability to research and form own conclusions
  •  Ability to work in a team environment across various departments and countries or as an individual contributor as needed
  •  Strong operational accounting experience including the recording of transactions for statutory and management reporting
  •  Proficient user of Microsoft Excel 
  • Knowledge and experience of accounting computer applications
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