About SevenRooms

SevenRooms is a guest experience platform that helps hospitality operators connect data across the guest journey. We enable operators to automatically drive revenue & profitability by leveraging data to build direct relationships, deliver exceptional experiences, and increase repeat business. Founded in 2011, SevenRooms is venture-backed by Amazon, Comcast Ventures and Providence Strategic Growth. We were included on Inc.‘s annual Best Workplaces & Forbes’ Best Startup Employers lists in 2020.

About The Role

Here at SevenRooms, we are looking for a Billing Manager to join our Finance team. Reporting to our Director of Finance, you will be responsible for managing all matters related to Accounts Receivable. You will also be a crucial player in defining and implementing processes to ensure our revenue, collections, and accounting streams run smoothly.

What You’ll Do

  • Manage the Order to Cash process
  • Review and setup new contracts in NetSuite
  • Manage accounting operational processes including accounts receivable and recording collections from customers
  • Manage team of 3 billing contractors
  • Oversee our communications cadence for customer billing & inquiries
  • Help maintain and implement the best-in-class practices to streamline processes, leverage systems, and identify further process automation opportunities

Who You Are

  • 5 years of billing experience
  • Excellent verbal and written skills, including the ability to develop concise and well-organized summaries of complex analyses
  • Advanced knowledge of NetSuite / SuiteBilling
  • Proficient understanding of accounting principles and revenue recognition for subscriptions
  • Proficiency with payment gateways integrated with ERP is a plus (we use Adyen)
  • Highly communicative, able to execute tasks at hand, and excel at follow-up
  • A proactive team player who can also work autonomously
  • Proficient with Excel and large-data analysis & reporting

What We Offer

  • Competitive salaries and flexible work life balance
  • Equity share in a growing business
  • Unlimited Vacation
  • A full slate of benefits coverage including: medical, dental, vision, and pre-tax commuter benefits, gym reimbursements, and unique memberships through One Medical and Perkspot
  • 401k plan

We are proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and an affirmative action employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or veteran status.

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