About Mighty:
 
Mighty is on a mission to help millions of injured plaintiffs get a better deal from the civil justice system. Today, our ownership management platform helps personal injury law firms, medical providers and financial service businesses manage their personal injury liens in more than 150,000 cases worth over $1 Billion. We are growing our team with the support of a $9M Series A led by IA Ventures and Tribeca Venture Partners in March 2018.

Mighty Capital provides receivable based financing to medical providers, attorneys and plaintiffs involved in litigation. The technology, network and data advantages that the Mighty platform and network provide allows Mighty Capital to be responsive and flexible while ensuring superior financial returns.  

We’re looking to bring a deeply process-oriented Finance Operations Associate on to our Mighty Capital team to function as the day to day manager of all our current Capital customers. You will be responsible for managing those relationships - from bringing them on board to ensuring that their regular financing transactions are executed smoothly and flawlessly. You’ll also get to dip your feet into other aspects of our finance operations, including assisting with underwriting and evaluating new client opportunities. As an early member of our rapidly growing Capital function, you’ll be an integral part of automating our financial operations processes and you’ll have the chance to make massive contributions as we continue to scale. If you’re a driven self-starter who’s unafraid of asking questions, we want to hear from you. This role will be based in New York, NY. 

What you’ll do:

  • Interface with existing Mighty Capital clients and troubleshoot issues the have 
  • Onboard new clients and guide them through adapting to our processes
  • Educate new clients on how they can best maximize the value of their relationship with Mighty Capital
  • Process and analyze all cash collections associated with our clients
  • Assist in underwriting and evaluating new client opportunities

We want to hear from you if you:

  • Have 2-5 years of experience in a finance-focused role (finops, investment bank analyst, etc)
  • Have unbeatable knowledge of advanced Excel and are lightning fast at building out spreadsheets
  • Have intermediate knowledge of accounting and great organizational abilities
  • Are an excellent relationship builder and have strong people skills
  • Are deeply process oriented - you feel at your most comfortable when you’re following a structure and are excited by getting to iterate and improve on that structure 
  • Thrive in a fast-paced environment
  • Are not afraid to ask questions or make objections, in fact, it’s something you very much enjoy
  • Are a team player and eager to make a large contributions that sometimes have you stepping outside of your comfort zone

Benefits:

  • Competitive compensation
  • Full Benefits - health, vision, and dental, 401(k) with company contribution
  • Flexible paid time off - take time when you need it
  • Learning and Development opportunities
  • And more!

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