About GlossGenius

GlossGenius is building an ecosystem enabling entrepreneurs to succeed.  We empower small business owners to focus on being creators, not admins, by offering a range of business management tools including booking and scheduling, marketing, analytics, payment processing and much more. 

Tens of thousands of small business owners have chosen to rely on GlossGenius every day to run their entire set of business operations. With its powerful, intuitive platform, GlossGenius is some part a fintech company, some part an SMB software company, while its vibrant, distinguished brand makes it some part a consumer company.

About the Role

As the Senior Manager, FP&A at GlossGenius, you will support the business by providing visibility and critical insights into business performance and be instrumental and influential in building out our finance team’s people, processes, and systems. You will be responsible for overseeing the financial planning and analysis function, and will drive our budgeting, forecasting, reporting, headcount planning, and more. You’ll work closely with the entire leadership team and report directly to the CFO in our NYC office.

What You’ll Do

  • Lead quarterly close, forecast and budget planning cycles; partner with business leaders across the organization to resolve competing business priorities 
  • Gather, consolidate, and analyze operating and financial results; preparing internal / external reports analyzing performance by business unit and customer segment
  • Identify and drive initiatives to continuously improve, automate and scale forecasting and reporting tools / systems
  • Maintain detailed financial models to support both short- and long-term strategic plans
  • Articulate financial concepts to non-finance business partners in a clear and concise manner
  • Assist the CFO, executive team, and board of directors with special projects as needed

What We’re Looking For

  • 8+ years of investment banking, management consulting, FP&A, corporate finance or strategic finance experience
  • Strong analytical skills and deep experience building integrated financial models
  • Ability to wear multiple hats -- act as a financial model guru, internal consultant, and business strategist
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to develop and maintain business partner relationships at all levels within the organization
  • Experience managing people, partners and teams
  • Exceptional attention to detail

Benefits & Perks 

  • Flexible PTO
  • Competitive health & dental insurance options, with premiums partially covered by GG
  • Fertility and adoption benefits via Carrot and Kindbody
  • Generous, fully-paid parental leave policy
  • 401k benefit - employees are eligible to contribute starting day 1 of employment
  • Professional Development - employees receive a yearly stipend for approved learning and educational-related expenses
  • Pre-tax commuter benefits
  • Dependent Care FSA
  • Home office stipend
  • Team Bonding opportunities - annual company retreat for entire team, plus events throughout the year

In order to enter the NY office or participate in any in-person events, all employees must show proof of vaccination against COVID-19. For those individuals who are unable to be vaccinated, GlossGenius will engage in an interactive process to determine a reasonable accommodation.

At GlossGenius, we celebrate our differences and are committed to creating a workplace where all employees feel supported and empowered to do their best work. We believe this benefits not only our employees but our product, customers, and community as well. GlossGenius is proud to be an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer.

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