私たちMoon

Moon Creative Labは、新たなビジネスの創出を支援する人間中心思考のベンチャースタジオです。三井物産グループ44,000人を超えるグローバルな人材の創造力を解き放ち、世の中に大きなインパクトのあるビジネスの創出を目指します。デザイン、エンジニアリング、プロダクトなど、さまざまな分野の最高レベルの才能を集め、斬新なベンチャーをゼロから創出していきます。

Moonは、創造的な未来への道を照らすためのリソースと専門知識を提供し、アイデアを大胆な新しいベンチャーへと進化させます。我々は人間中心のアプローチを用いて、実践的な解決策を提供します。才能溢れるデザイナー、エンジニア、プロダクトリーダー、マーケターたちが、プロトタイプやMVPなどの作成を通じて起業家と実際のユーザーを結び付け、迅速にマーケットに参入する支援を行います。Moonであなたは、

  • 実際の人々のニーズに対処し、社会に広く影響を与える。 
  • 分野を超え、業界を超え、そして文化を超えて働く。 
  • 人から始め、人間中心のデザイン特有の雑然とした美しさを活用する。 

 Moonでは、人が本来持っている創造性を開放し、インパクトのあるビジネスをデザインすることに情熱を注ぐ人材を求めています。是非チームに加わってください!

私たちの求める人材

弊社Tokyo Studioにて Financeチームの一員として経理・財務業務を行って頂きます。他3名のチームメンバーや税理士等外部の専門家と連携し、Moon全社の財務・経理・税務全般のオペレーションの構築及び実行を担います。勤務場所は弊社Tokyo Studioとなりますが、本社(米国シリコンバレー)の業務についても行って頂きます。

Moonで何をするか

日次・月次決算、経費精算及び支払業務

Financeチームの一員として、日々の記帳業務ならびに日次・月次決算をご担当頂きます。加えてMoon全社(本社並びにTokyo Studio)の経費精算及びインターネットバンキングを利用した支払い業務をお任せいたします。

連結報告

三井物産への四半期毎の連結報告をご担当頂きます。Financeチームのメンバーならびに外部の専門家と協業の上、Moon全社の連結財務諸表を作成の上、親会社である三井物産への連結報告パッケージの作成を担当頂きます。

Moon傘下ベンチャーのサポート

Moonでは傘下に数多くのベンチャー(プロジェクト) を有しており、財務・会計・税務面からそれらのサポートを行って頂きます。具体的には新会社としてスピンアウトする際のバックオフィス業務の設計や連結報告体制の構築、資金繰り管理のサポート等を行って頂きます。

必須条件

  • 社会人経験3年以上
  • 学士号またはそれに準ずるご経験
  • 英語力を要する環境でのキャリア形成に非常に意欲の高い方
  • 自ら課題を発見し、目標を設定の上その実現のためにオーナーシップを持って行動できる方

歓迎条件

  • 経理職または財務・税務関連の実務経験
  • スタートアップ企業等経営環境が日々めまぐるしく変化する中でのご就業経験
  • マルチカルチャーな企業でのご就業経験

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Moonの価値観に共感し私たちの取り組みに貢献してくださる方は、履歴書と職務経歴書(日本語)を添付の上提出してください。

機会均等雇用

Moon Creative Labは機会均等雇用主です。人種、肌の色、宗教的信条、性別、出身、国籍、年齢、身体的または精神的障害、性的指向、結婚などに関係なく、全ての応募者に均等な機会を用意しています。

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