ScaleFactor is a hyper-growth Fintech company 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 in the Denver office to start a new arm of the Accounting Experience Team.  If you are a tech savvy and exceptional accounting expert who is ready for the next chapter in your career, ready to take on the challenge of opening up a new office and setting up your own team and want to be a part of something truly special, then we look forward to speaking with you!


You are a forward thinking, innovative and tech-savvy accounting expert 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 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, and energetic character make you a very effective accounting manager. You are a competitor at heart and you love the challenge of growth and recognize the beauty of the journey. 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. 


As an Accounting Manager, you are the custodian of ScaleFactor’s customers’ accounting product experience,  among other things, and your day to day includes but not limited to the following:

  • Enable the core accounting functions through the ScaleFactor software by providing overall support for their financial and accounting operations behind the scenes
  • Map customers to the standard of ScaleFactor accounting 
  • You aren’t afraid of being “in the weeds” and actually enjoy getting back to the basics sometimes
  • Ability to join customer phone calls, meetings, etc to assist in explaining technical accounting questions as they arise 
  • Implement new ScaleFactor software internally and externally as it is rolled out
  • You are energized by a constantly evolving organization
  • Driver of process and efficiency improvements and are excited about being a catalyst of change in a start-up environment
  • Provide quality control and are ultimately responsible for ensuring that the deliverables our clients receive adhere to ScaleFactor’s high-quality standards
  • 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 
  • You aren’t afraid to ask for help if you get stumped on a problem in order to keep moving forward efficiently 


  • Bachelor’s in Accounting with 5 to 10 years experience in accounting and equivalent roles
  • 2+ years of experience as a manager and 2+ years experience in customer-facing / consultative roles
  • Experience working with start-up companies, 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,, and Abacus
  • Solid understanding of accounting life-cycle and all that it entails for startups and growing businesses to succeed
  • Experience working with remote / satellite teams 

Bonus Points:

  • Master’s degree or CPA a plus
  • Experience in FinTech, SaaS start-up company 
  • Experience with adopting and implementing new software


  • Join an Amazing Place to Work, voted Best Places to Work from 2017 to  2019
  • Periodic travels to our Austin HQ for company events 
  • Health, Dental, and Vision Benefits
  • Company-sponsored commuter benefits
  • Unlimited vacation, flexible schedules, and some work offsite days
  • Weekly catered lunches, bubbly water, cold brew coffee, and office snacks
  • Competitive salary and bonus packages
  • Stock options for Full-Time Employees


  • Submit your completed application online! We look forward to connecting with you

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