Who we are

At Path we believe behavioral health should be treated with the same respect, rigor, and focus of other chronic diseases. We’re building the future of mental health, and in 20 years we’ll look back and be astounded that we ever treated the physical before the mental. 

What we’re solving

Over 65 million Americans suffer from a treatable mental health issue - that’s 1 out of every 5 people. Today it’s difficult to find a provider, and for those with complicated conditions, it’s nearly impossible to find coordinated care. We’re here to fix this. 

How we’re solving

Path is at the intersection of tech + mental health with thousands of therapists, psychiatrists, and other mental health services delivering care through a virtual first approach. Our platform matches patients with exactly the right person for their needs, whether it’s experience with a certain condition, gender, race, location, life experience, etc.

We are bringing all accounting processes in-house and need a candidate that has a deep knowledge of accounting principles and a proven track record of implementing policies and procedures, strengthening internal controls, and finding efficiencies. This team member will need to be flexible to changing processes as we are building this team from scratch and must both keep company goals and deadlines in mind as well as GAAP requirements. 

We are in a fast paced environment and need someone to be able to take a list of items and complete them quickly and accurately while not being afraid to ask questions and raise any potential issues or concerns along the way.

This role will be responsible for:

  • Month end close reconciliations and activities. Including preparation of bank recons, prepaid expenses, accruals, fixed assets, and others as necessary and assigned
  • Account & Department Tagging
  • Process improvement projects
  • Management of company expense policies

Qualifications 

  • Must-Haves
    • 4 years of progressive accounting experience
    • Advanced excel skills( VLOOKUP, Pivot Tables, Data Validation Analyses, What If Analyses)
    • Bachelor’s in Accounting
  • Preferred 
    • Master’s in Accounting and/or CPA
    • Experience with Netsuite

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Our Team

Path is a respectful, upbeat, and remote-first team united by our mission of simplifying behavioral healthcare services. We want our employees to be themselves and celebrate each other's differences. We trust our employees to do what’s best for patients and our fellow team members without bureaucracy. We prioritize self-care and are building a sustainable business for the long term.

As Part Of Our Team, Full-Time Employees Receive

  • The ability to work from wherever you want within the US 
  • Competitive pay and benefits that don't change based on your location
  • 2 company-wide shutdown weeks each year to focus on self-care 
  • Paid parental leave to support you and your family
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance through our employer plan
  • Access to our 401K 
  • Access to an Employer Assistance Plan (EAP) through our insurance plan 
  • The equipment you need to ensure your home office sets you up for success

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