JOB TITLE: Accounting Manager - Internal Audit

ABOUT YOU:

You are a tech-savvy and forward thinking auditor whose entrepreneurial spirit, work experience and incredible motivation make you stand out in the crowd. You have the ability to juggle tasks and changing priorities. Your technological optimism makes you an ideal early adopter. You are excited about changes, processes and procedures and updates in our proprietary software and you enjoy the chance to provide constant feedback to our Development Team. Your work ethic, emotional intelligence, positive energy, desire to teach, pragmatic outlook and energetic character make you a very effective auditor. Your technical accounting skills are second to none and you rarely run into something you have not seen before. You are excited about growing your career in a dynamic start-up environment and the exciting changes that are happening in the financial technology industry. 

Responsibilities:

As an Accounting Manager - Internal Audit, you are on a team who drives top quality and efficiency among the Customer Experience team of accountants at ScaleFactor. Your responsibilities include but are not limited to: 

  • You are intuitive and can read people well to know their strengths and weaknesses
  • You are a driver of process and efficiency improvements and are excited about being a catalyst of change in a start-up environment
  • You thrive on problem solving and deep diving into issues to get to the root cause 
  • You provide quality control and are ultimately responsible for ensuring that the deliverables our clients receive adhere to ScaleFactor’s high-quality standards
  • Your attention to detail is top notch, some might even call you a “stickler” for the details
  • You love and appreciate the technical side of accounting 
  • You understand and can implement processes and procedures while understanding the impact on other departments
  • You enjoy problem solving and know how to efficiently approach issues in a fast-paced environment
  • You practice Radical Candor in your professional relationships
  • You are well adept at standardizing audit processes and have extensive experience ensuring accurate financials across a large volume of customers
  • You view the product and engineering team as partners in improving the features of our proprietary software by testing, rolling out to internal / external teams and providing product feedback to product managers and developers 

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s in Accounting with 7 to 10 years experience in accounting and equivalent roles
  • 4+ years of experience in an auditor function or role across multiple industries
  • Experience working with start-up companies and fast-growing businesses
  • Technological optimist with experience using various platforms plus a working knowledge of cloud accounting tools including but not limited to Xero, QBO, Gusto, Bill.com, and Abacus

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