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As Manager, Revenue Accounting, you will be an integral part of the Accounting department, managing a team and providing operational and technical accounting expertise on all aspects of General Assembly’s (GA’s) revenue streams and other technical accounting areas. You are a highly technical CPA dealing with complex transactions and providing appropriate guidance.  You are highly process-oriented, demonstrate a strong customer centric attitude as well as have an aptitude to mentor, train and develop a team.


  • Lead subject matter expert on all areas requiring technical accounting support
    • Revenue recognition (ASC 606), software capitalization, lease accounting, tax accounting and intercompany transaction
  • Lead financial reporting
    • Prepare timely financial statements in accordance with U.S. GAAP
    • Lead the Company’s financial statement audit and manage discussions with auditors and external accounting and tax advisors
    • Provide ad-hoc historical financial information to state regulators and internal stakeholders as needed
  • Lead process improvement initiatives
    • Document policies and procedures
    • Support system implementations
    • Lead control environment enhancements
  • Support the FP&A and Sales team
    • Provide input and insights on forecasting on special transactions and expansion initiatives
    • Lead on matters requiring revenue modeling and projections
  • Support business units on requests for guidance and direction
    • Lead contract reviews including contracts with non-standard terms
    • Advise on optimal deal structure including revenue recognition treatment and tax considerations 
    • Provide timely feedback to the sales team on pricing and deal structure proposals
  • Support Accounting Operations team
    • Assist in operationalizing accounting conclusions
    • Support the closing the books in the timely manner
    • Provide leadership on data structure, GL structure and overall management of the accounting information system environment 


  • 4+ years of experience in Public Accounting
  • Bachelor's degree in Accounting
  • Strong revenue recognition and operational skills
  • Excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills, and ability to assimilate easily into teams
  • Good understanding of technical skills and a working knowledge of U.S. GAAP
  • Effective analytical and critical thinking abilities
  • High energy with commitment to quality client service 

Nice to have:

  • 2+ years of commercial industry accounting/finance (nice to have)
  • Licensed CPA (doesn't need to be active)

About You:

  • You are hands-on and not afraid to dive into the details.
  • You have a strong understanding of US GAAP and adept at researching accounting rules and boiling them down to the impact on the company’s financials.
  • You are comfortable with new concepts and complexity; You are described as determined, capable, and agile.
  • You possess strong intellectual horsepower and are a quick study.
  • You get at the root of the problem and implement fixes so the problem doesn’t recur.
  • You establish strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders.
  • You summarize complex concepts for non-experts in an easy to understand manner.
  • You develop staff by setting clear expectations and providing timeline feedback.
  • You manage with empathy; you mentor your team and provide them with opportunities to learn and develop.

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