Podium exists to help local businesses win. Using Podium’s technology, local businesses are able to simplify the way they build their business and modernize the way they communicate with their customers – from collecting payments, facilitating online reviews, launching marketing campaigns, and much more.  

Our work and focus on local business and helping them to build thriving businesses has been recognized across the industry, including Forbes’ Next Billion Dollar Startups, Forbes’ Cloud 100, the Inc. 5000 (#13), and Fast Company’s World’s Most Innovative Companies. For more about our product, watch this video. Podium has a positive, inclusive, and supportive culture and was recently named one of Inc. Magazine’s Best Workplaces for 2021 (4 years in a row). We look for people who are curious, creative and are willing to do the work to be a little better every day. We also embody our company values in all that we do, which always starts with being Customer Obsessed, followed by Be a Founder, Zero Drama, and Enjoy the Ride. 

We’re looking for a partner to our Sales, SDR, Customer Success, and Marketing teams to maintain relationships and provide financial and business partner support. 

The FP&A Manager/Senior FP&A Manager will be responsible for managing and coordinating the budgets and forecast processes by working with various departments. This position will play a key role in Podium’s reporting process. This position will have a primary role of working on planning, forecasting, reporting, and analysis. This role will require partnering with key business stakeholders as well as cross functional groups.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Manage, lead, and develop a high performing team responsible for revenue forecasting
  • Report to Head of FP&A and serve as a key resource for our CFO and other senior leaders across Podium
  • Oversee and execute on an accurate revenue forecasting process across all lines of Podium businesses
  • Create strong cross functional partnerships with key business leaders across the organization and present results and forecast changes while providing valuable and actionable analysis to decision makers
  • Act as a strategic partner, providing financial expertise and guidance on how to evaluate multiple investment opportunities to drive sustained revenue growth
  • Operate at multiple altitudes - have an in-depth knowledge of subject matter, models, and key drivers and at the same time be able to tell the story of the our financial results
  • Identify and drive process improvements to create efficiencies and accuracy of the teams work
  • Manage ad hoc projects on an on-going basis and present to business partners. Project examples include partnership deal valuation, Profit and Loss for investment cases, headcount planning, etc

REQUIREMENTS:

  • BA/BS degree in Finance, Economics or similar quantitative discipline
  • 6+ years experience in FP&A roles partnering with business leaders in a finance support role, with a particular focus leading revenue forecasting
  • Prior leadership and people management experience with multiple direct reports and proven ability to coach, mentor, and develop team members
  • Significant attention to detail with an ability to develop a story using strong verbal and written skills for both executives and direct stakeholders
  • Demonstrated excellence in business analytics and tools. Advanced Excel skills; and experience navigating through systems enhancements with financial planning tools. Prior experience with Tableau, Snowflake, and Adaptive Insights is  highly beneficial
  • Experience working in SaaS financial models preferred
  • Strong work ethic, high sense of urgency, and ability to deliver results in tight timeline
  • Basic SQL experience

BENEFITS

  • Open and transparent culture
  • Awesome opportunities for career growth
  • 401k with a competitive matching contribution plan
  • Unlimited Vacation (yes, we want you to have a work-life balance)
  • Great medical, dental, vision benefits
  • A stellar onsite gym with local professional coaches, morning and night classes offered 
  • Life insurance, long and short-term disability coverage
  • Paid maternity and paternity leave
  • Weekly free lunch and smoothies
  • Swag

Podium is an equal opportunity employer. Podium provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, genetic information, marital status or veteran status. 

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