Job description is looking for a Senior Manager of FP&A to lead our financial operations. In this role, you will act as right hand to the CFO and drive strategic planning, financial planning, business modeling, forecasting and management reporting activities. You will also be responsible for leading a small outside team and building out an internal team in the future.

If you enjoy insightful financial analysis, relevant and accurate forecasting, and advising on financial consequences of strategic decisions, then you will love this role!

What You'll Do:

  • Work closely and build trusted relationships with key business partners within Finance and cross-functionally.
  • Lead all budgeting, forecasting and reporting activities for
  • Support leadership in measuring and explaining business results. This includes establishing, measuring and reporting on key performance and financial metrics.
  • Ensure the company has a policy and controls framework that meets customer expectations and complies with all applicable laws and industry regulations.
  • Develop and review financial plans, revenue & cost waterfalls, and financial statement projections on a monthly, quarterly and annual basis to ensure they are both accurate and updated to reflect changing business needs.
  • Lead the variance analysis of expenses and capital expenditures, clearly explaining the business reasons for variance and adjusting the outlook models to reflect operational adjustments.
  • Drive steady improvements to and automation of current processes with a focus on creative analysis and operating efficiencies.
  • Recognize where issues may occur and be proactive in planning to mitigate them.

About You:

  • You have demonstrated success in developing and applying concepts, practices and procedures of financial planning and analysis. You possess exceptional forecasting methods and techniques, as well as, advanced analytical and quantitative abilities.
  • You have excellent verbal and written communication skills and are capable of presenting complex financial information in an easy to understand format.
  • You have the highest standards of accuracy and precision, and are highly organized.
  • You are able to work with employees at all levels of the organization in a high-growth startup environment.


  • Bachelor’s degree in a technical discipline like Finance or Accounting; MBA or CPA strongly preferred.
  • Proficiency in Excel, PowerPoint, Pivot tables, ERP systems such as Netsuite or Intacct, SFDC required.
  • 6-8 years of increasingly responsible financial roles.
  • SaaS revenue recognition experience required. Sales ops/deal desk experience advantageous.
  • Passionate about doing hands-on work, but with an eye toward scale in the future as you build a high-performing team.

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