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“PagerDuty is a flexible, hybrid workplace. We embrace and encourage in-person working as an integral part of our culture. Both our employees and external research tell us that co-located collaboration strengthens connections, drives innovation, and accelerates learning. This role is expected to come into our San Francisco office once per week, so you can thrive in your new role and fully embrace being a Dutonian!”

PagerDuty is seeking a FP&A Manager to join our Finance team! As an FP&A Manager you will take full ownership of the monthly financial forecast cycle, collaborate with the team to analyze and manage our operating results, build process improvements to increase forecast efficiency and accuracy, and prepare reporting deliverables for internal and external stakeholders. You will also leverage your knowledge of the consolidated financial statements to lead agile planning and perform strategic analyses to support capital allocation decisions. This is an exciting opportunity as this role will play a key role in coordinating with various teams across the business to build new workflows related to cash flow, M&A, and strategic partnerships and learn how to scale business processes in a fast-paced, growth environment. The ideal candidate has strong FP&A experience and the ability to make well-reasoned FP&A decisions, evaluate trade-offs, and articulate reasoning with stakeholders. 

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES  

  • Lead the monthly forecast and annual planning process and partner with FP&A/Accounting to understand key trends, variance drivers, and risks and opportunities 
  • Prepare reporting deliverables and presentations to communicate the company’s performance and strategy to executive management and Board of Directors
  • Improve cash management through enhancing the balance sheet and cash flow forecasts and coordinating cross-functionally to inform operational decisions
  • Drive automation by providing input and collaborating to improve PagerDuty’s financial processes, models, and systems (e.g. Anaplan)
  • Challenge existing processes and identify data siloes or inconsistencies to drive improvements increasing efficiency and accuracy of forecast and reporting

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS

  • 5+ years of Finance experience working at a high growth mid/large sized company, with at least 2 years in Corporate FP&A and 1+ year of experience managing cash flow
  • Deep understanding of financial statement analysis, GAAP accounting concepts, and how the financial statements are connected
  • Advanced Excel and Financial Modelling skills 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Strong Anaplan and Netsuite experience 
  • Ability to juggle multiple requests and prioritize effectively to deliver projects on-time consistently without compromising high standards of quality
  • Comfortable with questioning assumptions and respectfully disagreeing with stakeholders when necessary
  • Demonstrated partnership with cross-functional teams, including Accounting, Investor Relations, Tax, and Treasury, to drive scalable analyses and insights

The base salary range for this position is 120,000 - 187,000 USD. This role may also be eligible for bonus, commission, equity, and/or benefits.

Our base salary ranges are determined by role, level, and location. The range, which is subject to change based on primary work location, reflects the minimum and maximum base salary we expect to pay newly hired employees for the position. Within the range, we determine pay for an individual based on a number of factors including market location, job-related knowledge, skills/competencies and experience.

Your recruiter can share more about the specific offerings for this role, as well as the salary range for your primary work location during the hiring process.

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Where we work

PagerDuty currently has offices in Atlanta, Lisbon, London, San Francisco, Santiago, Sydney, Tokyo, and Toronto. We offer a hybrid, flexible workplace. We also provide ample opportunities for in-person and virtual connection, like team offsites and volunteering events.

How we work

Our values are deeply embedded in how we operate and the people we bring on board. You will see our values ingrained in how we support our customers, collaborate with our colleagues, develop our products and foster an inclusive and empathetic work culture.

  • Champion the Customer | Put users first to design great products and experiences.
  • Run Together | Build strong teams that amplify our impact on users.
  • Take the Lead | Disrupt and invent to be the first choice for users.
  • Ack + Own | Take ownership and action to deliver more efficiently to users. 
  • Bring Your Self | Bring your best self to build empathy and trust with users.

What we offer

One way we ensure our employees are inspired to do their best is through a comprehensive total rewards approach that supports them and their loved ones. As a global organization, our programs are competitive with industry standards and aligned with local laws and regulations. 

Your package may include:

  • Competitive salary and company equity
  • Comprehensive benefits package from day one
  • Flexible work arrangements
  • ESPP (Employee Stock Purchase Program)
  • Retirement or pension plan
  • Paid parental leave - up to 22 weeks for pregnant parent, up to 12 weeks for non-pregnant parent (some countries have longer leave standards and we comply with local laws)
  • Generous paid vacation time
  • Paid holidays and sick leave
  • Dutonian Wellness Days - scheduled company-wide paid days off in addition to PTO
  • HibernationDuty - an annual company paid week off when everyone at PagerDuty, with the exception of a small, coverage crew, is asked to take a much needed break to truly disconnect and recharge
  • Paid volunteer time off - 20 hours per year
  • Company-wide hack weeks
  • Mental wellness programs

About PagerDuty

PagerDuty, Inc. (NYSE:PD) is a global leader in digital operations management. The PagerDuty Operations Cloud revolutionizes how critical work gets done, and powers the agility that drives digital transformation. Customers rely on the PagerDuty Operations Cloud to compress costs, accelerate productivity, win revenue, sustain seamless digital experiences, and earn customer trust. More than half of the Fortune 500 and more than two thirds of the Fortune 100 trust PagerDuty including Cisco, Cox Automotive, DoorDash, Electronic Arts, Genentech, Shopify, Zoom and more.

Led by CEO Jennifer Tejada, PagerDuty’s Board of Directors is 50% female and 62% URP representation. We strive to build a more equitable world by investing 1% each of company equity, product, and employee volunteer time.

PagerDuty is Great Place to Work-certified™, a Fortune Best Workplace for Millennials, a Fortune Best Medium Workplace, a Fortune Best Workplace in Technology, and a top rated product on TrustRadius and G2. 

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PagerDuty is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities in our job application process. Should you require accommodation, please email accommodation@pagerduty.com and we will work with you to meet your accessibility needs.
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