”The front page of the internet,” Reddit is comprised of thousands of user-run communities, each with its own personality, unique focus, and moderator team. Founded in 2005, Reddit is a place for community, conversation, and connection with over 250 million users worldwide and growing fast!

 Reddit is looking for an exceptional person who will ensure we are utilizing our infrastructure efficiently and are on track to achieve our long-term financial goals. This person will lead our hosting cost planning process and help our senior executives analyze and manage their budgets. This position will report to the Senior Finance Manager.

Responsibilities:

  • Partner with the Infrastructure team to provide monthly infrastructure spend forecasts
  • Create strong partnerships with marketing leadership to provide financial planning and finance decision support
  • Perform strategic, time-sensitive analysis and communicate key takeaways
  • Compile variance analysis and provide insightful actionable recommendations
  • Help define and implement scalable financial processes related to quarter-end close
  • Oversee financial planning processes that deliver accurate forecast and budget scenario

Requirements:

  • 4+ years of finance/accounting or business operational experience in a fast-paced industry
  • Experience working with senior executives on sensitive projects
  • Experience managing a company forecast model in Adaptive Insights
  • Ability to independently drive projects from start to finish.
  • Advanced Excel skills; experience with Google Sheets a plus but not required
  • Exceptional attention to detail
  • Deliver work on-time and error-free
  • Proactively seek out and solves problems before they arise
  • Comfortable working in a fast-paced environment with minimal guidance

Preferred:

  • Rapid growth tech startup experience
  • Ability to make sense of sometimes messy data
  • Knowledge and experience with public infrastructure cloud platforms (eg AWS, GCP, Azure, etc.) and product offerings
  • A passionate redditor!

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