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 500,000 cases worth billions. 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 is looking to bring on our first Accounting hire to the team. In this newly established role, the Senior Accountant will be responsible for taking ownership of the entire accounting process for Mighty and the treasury and operations functions for our Mighty Capital clients. You will assist senior leaders in making important financial decisions and work with key managers to develop a functioning budget. This role is a great opportunity for someone who is excited by the challenge of building out an entire accounting function from scratch. The role can be fully remote (US only) or be based in Atlanta, GA.

What you’ll do: 

  • Assist senior leaders in making important financial decisions
  • Create and work with key managers to develop and manage to a functioning budget
  • Create monthly, quarterly and annual financial forecasts 
  • Develop, implement, and document best-practice accounting processes
  • Prepare monthly financial statements and monthly financial reporting 
  • Take ownership of audit, tax, insurance, and valuation engagements with third party firms
  • Process employee expense reports, payroll, and vendor invoices
  • Manage the support team on monthly billing (sending, collecting, and tracking customer invoices)
  • Manage the annual 1099 filing process (as well as any other necessary compliance) 
  • Maintain and balance accounts (reconciling transactions and resolving discrepancies) 
  • Manage all Mighty Capital fundings and ensure proper recording in our asset management system 
  • Manage all Mighty Capital returns and ensure proper recording in our asset management system
  • Onboard all Mighty Capital client cash accounts including security agreements related to cash accounts 
  • Monitor Mighty Capital’s client compliance with cash collections and cash management procedures

We want to hear from you if you:

  • Hold a bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance
  • Have 3-5 years of Accounting experience
  • Have extensive knowledge using Quickbooks
  • Have previously worked extensively with various third parties on audits, tax and valuation engagements
  • Are an Excel wiz
  • Have previously built best practices around accounting from the ground up
  • 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

Nice to have:

  • Prior Accounts Receivable experience
  • Experience at a B2B SaaS startup 
  • Experience handling audit


  • 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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