At Flowhub, we are about more than technology — we are on a mission to make legal cannabis accessible to every adult on planet Earth. Founded in 2015, Flowhub pioneered the first Metrc API integration to help dispensaries stay compliant. Today, over 1,000 dispensaries trust Flowhub's point of sale, inventory management, business intelligence, and mobile solutions to process $3B+ in cannabis product sales annually.

The Business Analyst (BA), reporting to the CFO, will work with the Finance, Revenue Operations, Business Operations and Data Science teams to provide on-going management, reporting from and continuous improvement of the company’s financial, revenue and other data systems. The BA will primarily be responsible for building and maintaining various integrations between data systems, building analyses, and creating consolidated reports from disparate systems. Other solutions that the BA may be responsible for include feature requests for existing systems, integrations between systems, and analytics. The BA will also support the capital raising process through assembling and presentation of data and results.

Key responsibilities would include:

  • Building various analyses and create consolidated reports from disparate systems, including integrating usage data from Flowhub’s platform
  • Create and develop financial and KPI dashboards and other reporting mechanisms
  • Report out on a regular cadence on key metrics, surfacing insights and impactful data
  • Creation of monthly financial reports (variance analysis, ratios, etc.) for distribution to executives, board and investors
  • Build and maintain, or improve and/or update, various integrations, scripts and procedures between data systems
  • Assist with track progress or roadblocks to OKRs
  • Assist with board deck preparation
  • Support capital raise process

The BA may also be asked to perform various finance or revenue related tasks such as:

  • Architect, design, configure and deliver subscription billing and revenue solutions, initially based in Zuora billing, Salesforce.com and Quickbooks
  • Work with the Revenue Operations to research, validate, and organize revenue goals and progress towards goals
  • Update financial forecast with actual results
  • Develop and maintain strong relationships with internal business partners and external vendors
  • Identify critical business issues and initiatives and provide researched analysis on solutions

The successful candidate will be a highly motivated, detail, process and project-oriented individual focused on building and maintaining a company-wide set of efficient tools that meet the needs of all employees. This position demands a high-level understanding of process and procedures that drive a successful organization.

EDUCATION & REQUIREMENTS:

  • BS or BA degree in computer science, business administration, finance or related technical fields, or equivalent experience
  • 1-3 years of experience with financial analysis and forecasting
  • 2-4 years of experience in systems administration and project management, with experience in Zuora and Salesforce.com preferred

SKILLS

  • Salesforce.com administration
  • Strong skillset working with spreadsheets (Google Sheets and Excel)
  • Quickbooks knowledge and/or familiarity with other accounting systems a strong plus
  • Familiarity with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) is a plus
  • Knowledge of Zuora, Jira, Big Query, and other database systems a plus
  • Consolidating data or creating reporting capabilities from disparate systems a plus

KEY ATTRIBUTES:

  • Communicates clearly and logically in writing and verbally, providing supportive data and vital information in an organized, succinct, and concise manner
  • Critical thinker with a bias towards action
  • Must possess and have proven strong analytical and problem resolution skills
  • Must be detail oriented and organized
  • Ability to protect confidential material
  • Ability to work with a fast-paced and agile team focused on strong execution
  • Ability to collaborate in virtual/remote environments
  • Aptitude for quickly ramping up on new technology

Salary Range: $75,000 - $90,000

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