OLAPLEX, Inc. (Nasdaq: OLPX) is an innovative, science-enabled, technology-driven beauty company. We are founded on the principle of delivering effective, patent-protected and proven performance in the categories where we compete. We strive to empower our consumers to look as beautiful on the outside as they feel on the inside. We believe every person deserves to have healthy, beautiful hair, whether they are visiting a salon or caring for their hair at home.

OLAPLEX has been able to achieve phenomenal growth and we continuously seek exceptionally talented individuals who can support our innovation and creativity. Collaboration and flexibility are at the core of our commitment to each other and to the success of OLAPLEX.

About the Role: 

Reporting to the Accounting Manager, the Senior Corporate Accountant will be responsible for assisting in all areas related to the monthly reporting cycle. This position will directly own monthly entries and reconciliations and will be responsible for researching and resolving complex accounting issues as they arise. 

Core Responsibilities 

Priorities can often change in a fast-paced environment like ours, so this role includes, but is not limited to, the following responsibilities:

  • Prepares the monthly and quarterly journal entries, including but not limited to the following: expense accruals, fixed asset activities, allocations, prepaids, payroll-related activities, intercompany transactions, and other GL related activities
  • Substantiate journal entries with supporting documentation
  • Responsible for performing monthly general ledger closing procedures, including account analysis and reconciliations and reconciling subledger activities
  • Aid in other accounting processes, such as software/salary capitalization, payment processors and footnote preparation
  • Liaise with various departments for accounting matters, including but not limited to, Information Technology, Operations, Sales and FP&A  
  • Actively participate in the design, development, and implementation of process improvements that create efficiencies and improve the integrity of the company’s financial reporting system
  • Prepares monthly balance sheet account reconciliations  
  • Support the team during internal and external audits to provide supporting documentation
  • Ensure compliance with internal controls (with regards to SOX 404 requirements), policies and procedures to facilitate timely and accurate financial reporting
  • Assist team with special projects and ad-hoc reporting as requested
  • Participate in weekly team meetings to review day to day activity, monthly results and discuss the organization’s financial policies and procedures

About You:  

  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting is required
  • Minimum 3 years of experience in Accounting 
  • Thorough understanding of US General Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and a CPA is a plus
  • Highly proficient in Microsoft Excel 
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills
  • Familiarity within an internal control (SOX) environment is preferred
  • Experience with Netsuite ERP is a plus
  • Ability to prioritize and balance multiple tasks simultaneously and manage multiple competing deadlines 
  • Strong written & verbal communication skills
  • Ability to work independently and with a team, as appropriate

We'd love to have you apply, even if you don't feel you meet every single requirement. What's most important to us is finding authentic and accountable people who feel connected to our mission and values, not just candidates who check off all the boxes. We are looking for someone who will bring all their expertise, learn, and grow with us.

Our Total Rewards: 

The annual base pay for this position is $71,000 - $88,500 with eligibility for an annual bonus. The actual base pay will vary based on factors such as qualifications, years of relevant experience, skill level, functional expertise, certificates or other professional licenses held and geographic location.

  • Competitive compensation 
  • Work/Life Balance: Flexible paid time off, 11 paid holidays, and flexible work schedules
  • Wellness: Company Contribution to Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance for Employees and their Families, Company Paid Employee Life Insurance, Optional additional Life Insurance, and Short and Long-Term Disability Coverage Options, Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account with Company Reimbursement
  • Parental Leave: Up to 18 weeks for all new birthing-parents and up to 10 weeks for all non-birthing new parents 
  • Financial Well-being: Roth and 401k plans: 100% match up to the first 4% and is immediately vested
  • Professional Development Reimbursement Program: Career development is as important to us as we know it is to you! 
  • Culture: Our team has an “attitude of gratitude” and a shared passion for our brand. Join our culture committee and/or DE&I champion team to play a role in building and sustaining our “secret sauce" 
  • Products: Twenty (20) free products per year, plus a friends and family discount 

Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion:

At OLAPLEX, we support and stand up for our community with our talent, content, messages, and product offering. We strive to build and nurture a culture where a focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion is instinctive. Our deep sense of passion and pride in what we do, both as individuals and as a company, unifies our shared commitment to 'do well and do good'. We recognize and celebrate different ideas, perspectives, and backgrounds and know they create a stronger and more creative work environment.  

OLAPLEX is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate based on race, color, ancestry, national origin, religion, or religious creed, mental or physical disability, medical condition, genetic information, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, and related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, marital status, military or veteran status, citizenship, or other characteristics protected by state or federal law or local ordinance.

 

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