Matternet is looking for an Accountant to join our small, but growing finance team. You will utilize your technical knowledge, specifically with month-end, journal entries, reconciliations, AP/AR, fixed assets, and consolidations. The ideal candidate has a blend of public accounting and corporate accounting experience, preferably in the tech industry. 

You will:

  • Lead and execute accurate and timely month-end close procedures, including but not limited to journal entry preparation, such as expense accruals and prepaid amortizations, revenue and cost recognition, account reconciliations and fluctuation analysis.
  • Perform the daily activities, including but not limited to, A/P, A/R, fixed assets, and bank reconciliation.
  • Prepare consolidated financial information, including review of subsidiaries’ financials.
  • Design operational procedures and processes that meet audit standards and improve efficiency
  • Maintain SAP Accounting functions as Key User and other Accounting software. Coordinate with IT and external consultants for troubleshooting.
  • Provide backup for Payroll and related 401k and benefits processing.
  • Make suggestions to management for improving this position, or improving work processes.
  • In the first 30 days: The A/P and bank reconciliations daily activities.
  • In the first 60 days: The A/R, fixed assets, journal entries preparation for month-end close; accrual and prepaid entries.
  • In the first 90 days: Execute accurate month-end close procedures, journal entry preparation, for revenue and cost recognition, account reconciliations and fluctuation analysis. Prepare consolidated financial information, including review of subsidiaries’ financials.


  • Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting, or similar
  • Experience with SAP ByDesign or equivalent system experience
  • 3+ years of proven accounting experience.
  • Strong understanding of US GAAP and accounting procedures.
  • Intermediate Excel skills with the ability to perform V-lookup, IF formulas and Pivot Tables.
  • Assist in determining product costs - including analysis of actual cost details, bill of materials (BOM), and overhead to ensure accurate costing and inventory valuation.
  • Support Finance in monthly and quarter-close accounting and processes, including variance analysis, account reconciliations, policy documentation, as applicable.
  • Identify and support continual process and procedure improvements for increased efficiency of managing data for analysis.
  • Identify and partner in cost optimization strategies.
  • Build relevant ad hoc analysis and/or financial modeling for business insight and effective decision-making, related to key strategic Finance initiatives, providing concise communication of results.

Great additions:

  • CPA
  • Experience with ASC 606 & ASC 842
  • Experience in manufacturing industry
  • Big 4 public accounting experience
  • Payroll experience

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