ScaleFactor, one of Austin’s Best Place to Work and voted Coolest Company in Austin, is a high-growth organization that combines trusted experts with intuitive software to solve businesses’ accounting and finance needs.  We are experiencing an enormous amount of growth, and we need "A" Players to join our team here at ScaleFactor. Joining ScaleFactor will change your life! If you are a tech savvy and exceptional Senior Accountant who is ready for the next chapter ​in your ​career and want to be a part of something truly special, then we look forward to speaking with you!

 

***NEW SCALEFACTOR JOB POSTING***

WE ARE LOOKING FOR 2 NEW SENIOR ACCOUNTANTS FOR MARCH 2019!!!

ARE YOU READY TO JOIN ONE OF THE BEST PLACES TO WORK IN AUSTIN?

APPLY NOW AND WE LOOK FORWARD TO CONNECTING WITH YOU!

 

JOB TITLE: SENIOR ACCOUNTANT

ABOUT YOU:

You are in the early to mid stage of your accounting career with 3 to 7 years of relevant accounting experience, passionate about technology and innovation and looking for a cutting-edge place to learn, thrive and grow.  You possess the entrepreneurial drive & spirit to thrive in a fast-paced, evolving environment. Your problem-solving, proactive decision-making, and project management skills are top notch. Your accounting knowledge and administrative skills are some of your strengths as well as your ability to handle multiple customers’ needs concurrently and provide a delightful experience. You have a passion for accounting and you enjoy working on a multitude of accounting, finance, and organizational duties in a variety of areas.

Responsibilities:

As a Senior Accountant your day to day responsibilities will vary significantly month over month and will include but not limited to the following:

  • Interaction with customers - responding to accounting inquiries, problem solving, working on KPIs and financial analysis
  • Performing routine accounting and/or digital bookkeeping for multiple customers including the management of accounts payable and receivable, payroll processing, journal entries, and financial statement preparation
  • Producing financial statements for a reporting period, recording business transactions throughout the accounting period, adding any required adjusting entries and closing the books for that period
  • Assessing and improving customer processes to increase efficiencies and improve financial reporting and business analytics
  • Providing key analyses in transactional planning and advanced accounting topics

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting preferred, other degrees considered with commensurate work experience
  • 3 to 7 years experience as a staff accountant, controller, entry level or intermediate level accountant or similar role
  • Minimum 1 year experience supervising or managing a team of accounting professionals
  • Experience with cloud accounting tools including, but not limited to Xero, QBO, Gusto, Bill.com, and Abacus
  • Solid understanding of accounting life-cycle and all that it entails for startups and growing businesses
  • Mastery of accounting concepts, financial statements including working knowledge of GAAP
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills with customer-facing and consultative work experience

Bonus Points:

  • Master’s degree & CPA preferred
  • Previous experience with customer-facing roles
  • Experience with managing multiple accounts simultaneously
  • Tech start-up work experience

PERKS:

  • Work at one of Austin’s Best Places to Work + voted one of Coolest Austin Companies
  • Competitive salary based on experience
  • Health, dental, and vision benefits package
  • Unlimited vacation, flexible hours & optional work offsite days
  • Stock options for all our full time employees
  • Unlimited cold brew coffee, snacks, catered Friday lunch, meals on work late days
  • Dog and cat friendly offices located in hip East Austin

BE OUR NEXT SENIOR ACCOUNTANT!

If this role describes you, we look forward to receiving your completed Senior Accountant application online!

Keywords: CFO, Controller, SOX/Internal Controls/Compliance, Auditor, Staff Accountant, Senior Accountant, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Payroll Specialist, Data Entry, Entry Level Accountant, Financial Reporting, SEC Reporting, Process Improvement, Management Consulting, CPA, CFA, MBA, Collections, Billing, Accounting & Financial Reporting, Financial Planning, Financial Analysis, Back Office Operations, Banking Operations, Collateral Management, Commercial Credit & Lending, Compliance, Corporate Actions, Credit Analysis, Underwriting, Derivatives, Equity Analyst, Fund/Portfolio Accounting, Government Clearance, International And Domestic Trade Support, Investment Analyst, Performance Analyst, Portfolio Administrator, Portfolio Analyst, Research Analyst, Intermediate Level Accountant, Other: Financial Planner, Cost Accountant, Portfolio Manager, Finance Manager, Financial Reporting Analyst, International Controller, Financial Analyst, VP Of Finance, Treasurer, Assistant Controller, Bookkeeper, Accounts Payable Clerk, Accounts Receivable Clerk, Mutual Fund Analyst, Credit Analyst, Payroll Clerk, Payroll Manager, Financial Assistant, Director Of Investor Relations, Procurement Specialist, Purchasing Manager, Fixed Asset Accounting, Business Process Reengineering, Risk Management, Value-Added Analysis, SAP, GAAP, Financial Projections, General Ledger, Trial Balance, Financial Statements, Expense Analysis, Tax Reporting, Tax Planning, Payroll, Benefits Administration, Portfolio Management, Cross-Functional Team Leadership, Financial And Strategic Planning, P&L Management, Auditing And Compliance, Operating And Working Capital, Budget Management, Mergers And Acquisitions, Cash-Flow Management, Business Valuations, Data Warehouse Reporting, Audits And Compliance, A/P, A/R, Regulatory Accounting, Microsoft Excel, Bank Reconciliations, Crystal Reports, Hyperion, Spreadsheet

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