Working directly with the country’s largest beverage alcohol suppliers, importers and producers, SevenFifty’s Staff Accountant will join a squad of 3 to work on general ledger reconciliations, full cycle accounts payable and accounts receivable and financial reporting.  You will help support not only the finance team but the whole organization in complex accounting areas such as revenue recognition and also industry specific metrics and reporting.

If you’re ready to put your accounting and critical thinking skills to work helping support a dynamic company in an ever-evolving beverage industry, this role is for you. You can be located anywhere in the U.S. and will report to our Accounting Manager.

If you are uncertain whether you are qualified, especially if you are a woman, gender-diverse, or of an under-represented minority, please apply! We would much prefer to have an extra application to consider, rather than that you screen yourself out.

What you’ll do:

  • Prepare journal entries and reconciliations for the monthly close process, in accordance with US GAAP
  • Manage accounts payable including processing invoices in Bill.com, obtaining proper authorizations and reviewing and verifying expense coding
  • Support account receivables team by researching and analyzing billing issues
  • Reconcile sales tax reports for external accountants to ensure the company is in compliance with all registered jurisdictions
  • Prepare schedules in support of audit and tax requirements
  • Assist in developing and implementing policies and procedures for the organization to improve internal controls
  • Perform other financial analysis or other ad hoc policies as needed

What you'll have:

  • Bachelor's degree in finance/accounting related fields
  • 2+ years work experience in accounting, finance, or related field
  • Experience with full cycle AP and AR processes
  • Experience with the month/year end closing process
  • Comprehensive understanding of US GAAP accounting principals
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Superb attention to detail
  • General understanding of business and financial statement analysis
  • A penchant for self-driven learning and research as you work.
  • Clear written communication, and the ability to quickly identify and share important discoveries and problems in your work with others on the team.
  • The ability to be accountable for your own time in a fully remote environment.
  • Whatever remote office set up works for you, including a reliable source of internet, as we do not reimburse employees. 
  • Respect for the industry we serve.

What you do NOT need:

  • A college degree, or high GPA or SAT score.
  • An address in or around New York City. 
  • Any equipment – we’ll provide a PC/MacBook and monitor.
  • To drink alcohol! Many of our colleagues do not.

We are:

...120-ish people and growing fast.

...doing our best to make a difference. Read more here

...former hospitality professionals and start-up veterans.

...distributed; we work remotely and gather together a few times each year.

...social! We meet for team weeks, wine tastings, and lunch n’ learn sessions.

...eaters and drinkers who love to discuss food and beverage.

...changing an industry. Read more here.

...one of Built In NY’s “Best Places to Work” 2021!

 

Find out what it's like to work at Sevenfifty here.

 

Perks & benefits:

  • 100% paid individual medical, dental, and vision via Justworks and Aetna.
  • Meaningful equity in an industry-changing organization.
  • Unlimited vacation to rest and recover.
  • 3-months of family leave to care for your child (after your first year of employment).
  • Flexibility to work where you want, so long as you’re meeting your goals.

Our values:

  1. Light the way: Inspire others with your vision for success.
  2. Open the door: Ask, listen, and empower others.
  3. Stir it up: Embrace experimentation and bring new ideas to life.
  4. Keep the glass full: Do more than is expected, for yourself and for others.
  5. Respect the craft: Commit to excellence and integrity in your work.

We are an equal opportunity employer. What does that mean at SevenFifty? We:

  1. Give each team member an equal opportunity to develop and grow into a leadership role.
  2. Acknowledge our shortcomings and try to do improve our company and our industry.
  3. Elevate BIPOC voices in our industry publication, SevenFifty Daily
  4. Do not discriminate against candidates or employees on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, disability status, or socioeconomic status. 
  5. Have regular, sometimes awkward, conversations about diversity, equity, and inclusion in our employee resource group, SevenFifty Community.
  6. Are honest and recognize that our company isn’t as diverse as it should be. We’re trying to change that. 

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