Spokeo is seeking a “startup” mentality individual who will work side-by-side with a small Accounting and Analytics team while working with the management team to lead and grow overall operations.

As a key member of Spokeo’s Leadership team, this individual will report to the CEO and assume a strategic role in the overall management of the company.

The Director of Finance is responsible for planning, implementing, managing and controlling all financial-related activities of the company. S/he will have day-to-day responsibility for planning, implementing and controlling all finance related activities including accounting, corporate finance, treasury, forecasting, tax, compliance and audit.  This role requires a strong focus on FP&A as well as a passion for creating a metrics and analytics-driven culture.  This is a highly operational role.

The right person will be an existing member of an enthusiastic executive team that is a leader in the technology/internet world.

What You’ll Do:

  • Oversee all aspects of the finance, accounting, analytics, treasury and tax functions of the organization.
  • Drive Finance team credibility through provision of timely financial reporting and analysis.
  • Directly own and operate the financial model.
  • Provide recommendations to improve finance and operating performance/efficiencies.
  • Establish optimal capital structure and support corporate finance activities.
  • Engage appropriate audit and compliance partners to complement internal control framework.
  • Support strategic growth/planning through detailed financial forecasting/budgeting.
  • Develop strong relationships with executives.
  • Seek innovative financial solutions to drive growth

You Are:

  • Passionate about building things (teams, companies, people).
  • A highly technical individual with great mathematical skill.
  • Willing to get your hands dirty - we’re a small but mighty team and need people with a bias towards action at every level, even the executive team.
  • Strong at multi-tasking and prioritizing.
  • Constantly improving yourself and your peers.

You Need:

  • Technical skills and a thirst for determining and driving the science of our business.
  • Experience building and running detailed financial models for a subscription based or recurring revenue technology company.  Experience working with SEM and SEO teams preferred.
  • Demonstrated ability to create a vision for the future, build and maintain support for that vision across affected groups and execute a plan for achieving it.
  • Bachelor’s degree (B.S. preferred) and seven plus years of related experience with technology/internet companies.
  • MBA or an advanced degree (CPA preferred).
  • Knowledge of business operations, processes and theories, including lean principles, ERP/MRP management, strategic planning and related skills.
  • Must be familiar with standard accounting concepts, practices, procedures, and principles; skilled at using database, spreadsheet, and word processing software to prepare statistical and written reports.
  • Comfort in entrepreneurial/high growth environment.

We Provide:

  • Top Salary
  • Flexible Hours
  • Casual Dress Code
  • Stock Options
  • Free Lunch Catering Every Day
  • Medical, Dental, and Vision Benefits
  • Fully Stocked Fridge and Snacks
  • Ping Pong, Foosball, and Pool

 

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