About The Role:

Obligo is on a mission to build trust between landlords and renters through financial technology that supports the lifecycle of the landlord-tenant relationship.  We are looking for a talented, motivated, self-directed advocate to be a core member of our Leadership Team. As the Vice President of Finance, you will be responsible for developing and executing against a multi-year revenue growth strategy for the company.  You will work with cross-functional leaders to identify the most valuable opportunities for the company and the most effective means of achieving them. You will develop an integrated and dynamic Finance department that is responsive to the changing needs of a growing tech company, while serving as the single source of truth on our financial goals and performance.  Most importantly, we are looking for a leader that will continue to elevate Obligo’s internal culture of trust, transparency, excellence, and teamwork.

About Your Responsibilities:

  • Define and execute the ongoing financial strategy of the company, including the setting of quarterly, annual, and multi-year targets and the identification of new revenue opportunities.
  • Translate company strategy into cross-functional initiatives (including operational budgets) and ensure that the company’s resources are used to drive this strategy.
  • Serve as advisor and strategic business partner to the CEO, Leadership Team, and the Board of Directors on financial matters and strategic revenue initiatives.
  • Enable the accurate, comprehensive measurement and timely reporting of the company’s financial performance to leadership and investors, including the development of discussion materials and live dashboards to help leaders make informed strategic decisions. 
  • Build and direct the company’s accounting and FP&A functions to enable the preparation of all financial statements, forecasts, budgets, shareholder reports, tax returns, and governmental agency reports.
  • Research and provide financial insights regarding priority opportunities and/or threats, as well as appropriate responsive actions.
  • Lead debt-raising activities to ensure that the company’s assets and revenue streams are leveraged efficiently and responsibly.
  • Present and showcase the company’s financial performance in support of equity fundraising initiatives.
  • Support the company’s annual SOC 1 Type 2 audit preparation and process.

About Your Experience:

  • Masters degree in Business Administration, Accounting, or Finance
  • Eight years relevant work experience in financial roles
  • Two years experience working on finances of high-growth software companies, either in an internal role or in external roles such as consultant, investor, creditor or investment banker.
  • Experience successfully managing a team of at least two direct reports
  • Experience with FPNA, accounting, budgeting, expense management and ESOP management
  • Deep understanding of high-growth SAAS KPIs and their relation to company valuation
  • Preferred experience in the financial technology industry, with emphasis on payments, lending, insurance or factoring
  • Preferred experience with usage-based-pricing models
  • Excellent leadership, problem-solving, and communication skills, including the ability to present and communicate financial analysis to a cross-functional team
  • Strong ability to summarize, present, and communicate financial information and analysis
  • Ability to work in a self-directed manner and to be flexible in a fast-paced environment
  • Skilled at building and nurturing relationships

About You:

You possess superior strategic and operational skills, agile problem-solving capabilities, and an ability to nurture relationships with senior leadership and external partners. You love leading complex projects, working cross-functionally, and being presented with a challenge. You are not afraid to get your hands dirty with math and excel. You get excited about the perfect chart. You are a leader and understand how to align a team in pursuit of the stated goal. You are passionate about working at a growing company and driving continuing innovation to deliver value to consumers and partners.

About Us:

Obligo harnesses financial technology to build trust between renters and landlords, making the rental process as simple as checking in and out of a hotel. In 2018, brothers Roey and Omri Dor founded Obligo as a holistic product suite to streamline rental owners operations, boost their bottom line, power a superior rental experience and comply with ever-changing regulations. Obligo’s solution suite today includes free certified electronic move-in payments, a flexible credit-backed deposit alternative, and automated electronic deposit refunds, complemented by powerful integrations with industry leading software.

Benefits and Perks

  • Competitive base salary and bonus structure
  • Health, Dental and Vision plan options (with generous company contributions)
  • Stock Options
  • Remote Work Flexibility & Remote Office Expense Reimbursement 
  • Generous PTO and Holiday Schedule (because we value work/life balance)
  • Flexible Savings Account (FSA) Options
  • Quarterly Team Offsites at varied locations 
  • Growth & Training Opportunities
  • A chance to work with incredible teammates who are bright, creative, talented, and passionate! 

Obligo provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

Base Salary Range: $200,000 - $250,000

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