SentiLink provides innovative identity and risk solutions, empowering institutions and individuals to transact confidently with one another.
 
By building the future of identity verification in the United States and reinventing the currently clunky, ineffective, and expensive process, we believe strongly that the future will be 10x better.
 
We’ve had tremendous traction and are growing extremely quickly. Already our real-time APIs have helped verify hundreds of millions of identities, beginning with financial services. In 2021, we raised a $70M Series B round, led by Craft Ventures to rapidly scale our best in class products. We’ve earned coverage and awards from TechCrunch, CNBC, Bloomberg, Forbes, Business Insider, PYMNTS, American Banker, LendIt, and have landed on the Forbes Fintech 50 in 2023 and 2024. Last but not least, we’ve even been a part of history -- we were the first company to go live with the eCBSV and testified before the United States House of Representatives.

Role:

The Senior Accountant at SentiLink will provide thoughtful and accurate accounting support to the Controller and VP of Finance, including taking ownership of certain key deliverables.

This role requires 3 days per week working from our Encino, CA office. 

Responsibilities:

Reporting to the Controller, as SentiLink’s Senior Accountant you will wear many hats. This includes being responsible for:

  • Managing month-end close process, including general ledger closing journal entries and supporting reconciliation
  • Preparing financial statements and variance analysis
  • Supporting external audit efforts
  • Assisting Controller in various tasks such as revenue recognition (ASC 606), customer contract management and complex invoicing matters, corporate and sales tax, and researching topics related to GAAP compliance as needed
  • Managing collections efforts
  • Identifying and implementing changes/new processes to help us scale
  • Flexibility and interest to take on other projects and responsibilities that will arise as we (and you) grow

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Finance preferred
  • Have an active CPA license or are a CPA candidate
  • Experience with Quickbooks Online, Google Sheets are a plus
  • Have 2+ years of audit experience, plus operational accounting experience
  • Intangibles:
    • Exercise good judgment (especially in knowing when to ask for help and flagging potential issues early)
    • Pay close attention to detail and follow through on deliverables
    • Willing to help us build for the future while operating in the present
    • Exhibit a positive attitude
    • Must have strong technical skills with attention to detail
    • Ability to work independently on multiple projects with minimal supervision
  • Candidates must be legally authorized to work in the United States and must live in the United States

Salary Range:

  • $80,000/year - $125,000/year

Perks:

  • Employer paid group health insurance for you and your dependents
  • 401(k) plan with employer match (or equivalent for non US-based roles)
  • Flexible paid time off
  • Regular company-wide in-person events
  • Home office stipend, and more!

Corporate Values:

  • Follow Through
  • Deep Understanding
  • Whatever It Takes
  • Do Something Smart

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