About Life360

Life360’s mission is to keep people close to the ones they love. We help families protect the people, pets, and things they care about with our industry-leading mobile app and category-defining Tile tracking devices. Life360 has more than 58 million monthly active users (MAU) in more than 150 countries. 

Bringing together our highly successful mobile app with innovative devices, we have the opportunity to do unprecedented good for families across free and paid plans. Key features include location sharing, lost item reimbursement, driver monitoring, 24/7 roadside assistance, and crash detection with emergency response. By continuing to innovate and deliver for our customers, we aim to become a household name and establish ourselves as the must-have mobile-based membership for families of all stages. Life360 has more than 500 (and growing!) remote-first employees.

Life360 is a Remote First company, which means a remote work environment will be the primary experience for all employees. All positions, unless otherwise specified, can be performed remotely (within the US) regardless of any specified location above. 

About The Team

Life360’s Finance team continues to scale up quickly.  Life360 operates as a public company in Australia (where it is listed on the ASX) and in the US (where it is a SEC registrant). The Company has noted publicly that it intends to be dual-listed on the ASX and on a US exchange. Having surpassed a $1B valuation and continuing to grow and scale both organically and via M&A, we continue to expand our nationwide team to support this growth.  We are building a world class team to support the finance function which will provide amazing opportunities while still having fun!

Responsibilities

The main responsibilities for the VP, US IR position are:

  • Work closely with the CFO to develop a robust US investor relations strategy,  framework and detailed plan; and become responsible for executing the plan. 
  • Transition rapidly to become the Company’s key point of contact for US investors and analysts and become an evangelist for the Company’s mission and vision. 
  • Work closely with the CFO, CEO and Head of Investor Relations for Australia to develop investor confidence and belief in the company’s vision and strategy for delivering shareholder value - with a primary focus on US investors
  • Be completely coordinated with the Head of Investor Relations for Australia and Australian and US PR teams, helping to ensure consistent messaging between both territories, minimize duplicative efforts and support both investor bases
  • Work closely with FP&A, Accounting and Legal in the IPO process, with a particular focus on identifying, cultivating and maintaining relationships with investors and relevant US analysts 
  • Create and manage a strong reputation by demonstrating consistent and clear communication between internal and external parties
  • Manage investor relationships - work with the Business Project Manager and external consultants to actively maintain a CRM to facilitate regular productive contact with both current and potential investors.
  • Manage equity research relationships including coordinating with FP&A on longe range plans 
  • Provide insights on market activity and present them to to the leadership team
  • Analyze and present financial trends, competitor behavior, shareholder issues, and anything else that could impact the business
  • Oversee and manage US quarterly earnings and conference calls, including being responsible for messaging planning. 
  • Work with legal counsel to ensure compliance on regulatory matters.
  • Help prepare the company’s Annual Report, 10-Ks and other filings in coordination with the financial reporting and legal teams. .

Qualifications

The VP, US IR must be a seasoned professional who has extensive experience in generating business results and collaborating closely across management teams. The job requires a corporate professional who also has entrepreneurial skills and looks to the future with optimism to envision what could be possible. Success in this role requires collaboration, communication, leadership, and vision.

Qualifications desired for the VP, US Investor Relations are:

  • A Bachelor’s degree in business, finance, or accounting
  • An MBA or FMVA certification is an asset
  • 8 or more years experience dealing with investors and a strong track record of creating positive relations with the investor community and Equity Research Analysts - large number of contacts in both communities
  • Prior equity research would be well regarded
  • Strong understanding of SEC rules and securities disclosure requirements, as well as filing requirements
  • Good knowledge of accounting and US GAAP 
  • Deep knowledge and understanding of the capital markets, as well as a thorough understanding of key metrics for companies in the industry
  • Intimately familiar with financial modeling techniques and valuation methods used by analysts and investors
  • A strong understanding of macroeconomics, capital markets trends, competitor activities, industry dynamics, and customer trends
  • A professional who is also entrepreneurial, and has a client-minded focus
  • Must be able to perform in a high-pressure environment, and be able to meet tight deadlines
  • Has superb written and verbal communication skills, as well as the ability to draft engaging and impactful messages for inspiring employees and investors

Our Benefits

  • Competitive pay and benefits
  • Medical, dental, vision, life and disability insurance plans (100% paid for employees)
  • 401(k) plan with company matching program
  • Mental Wellness Program & Employee Assistance Program (EAP) for mental well being
  • Flexible PTO, 13 company wide days off throughout the year & paid Holiday Shutdown
  • Learning & Development programs
  • Equipment, tools, and reimbursement support for a productive remote environment
  • Free Life360 Platinum Membership for your preferred circle
  • Free Tile Products

Life360 Values

Our company’s mission driven culture is guided by our shared values to create a trusted work environment where you can bring your authentic self to work and make a positive difference 

  • Be a Good Person - We have a team of high integrity people you can trust. 
  • Be Direct With Respect - We communicate directly, even when it’s hard.
  • Members Before Metrics - We focus on building an exceptional experience for families. 
  • High Intensity, High Impact - We do whatever it takes to get the job done. 

Our Commitment to Diversity

We believe that different ideas, perspectives and backgrounds create a stronger and more creative work environment that delivers better results. Together, we continue to build an inclusive culture that encourages, supports, and celebrates the diverse voices of our employees. It fuels our innovation and connects us closer to our customers and the communities we serve. We strive to create a workplace that reflects the communities we serve and where everyone feels empowered to bring their authentic best selves to work.

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at Life360. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, disability status or any legally protected status.  

We encourage people of all backgrounds to apply. We believe that a diversity of perspectives and experiences create a foundation for the best ideas. Come join us in building something meaningful. Even if you don’t meet 100% of the below qualifications, you should still seriously consider applying!

 

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