JOB SUMMARY:

Incredible opportunity for a strong Senior Accountant to work in a private-equity backed, & rich, fast-paced
sports technology company. STACK Sports is an industry leader in the Sports technology space and we are
looking for a highly motivated, highly talented, Senior Accountant to join our team.

The Senior Accountant will work in a dynamic accounting environment at the Company’s headquarters in Plano.
The successful candidate will be exposed to a variety of accounts, including but not limited to bank account
reconciliations, prepaids, fixed assets, intangible assets, accruals and deferred revenue, pick things up quickly,
and be able to add value to our accounting close cycle. The candidate must be a quick-learner, extremely detail
oriented with a strong knowledge of accounting principles and highly proficient in Excel. We want self-starters
that understand good process, have strong accounting fundamentals, are coachable and eager to be a
successful contributor to a strong team.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:

  • Prepare journal entries for month-end, quarter-end and year-end close
  • Prepare account reconciliations for key balance sheet accounts
  • Research variances in key account balances and explain variances between actuals and forecast to management
  • Prepare intercompany elimination journal entries
  • Prepare schedules that support month-end, quarter-end and year-end financial reports
  • Prepare journal entries for specific transaction types including: Revenue and Deferred Revenue, Prepaid Expenses, Fixed Assets and Intangible Assets Amortization, Payroll, Marketing and Research and Development
  • Prepare roll-forward schedules and reconciliations for key accounts, including bank accounts, prepaids, intangible assets, fixed assets, accrued liabilities and payroll-related accounts
  • Analyze large datasets and develop improvements to complex account reconciliations – experience with Blackline or similar software products is a huge plus
  • Assist Accounting Manager in ad hoc analyses and other projects
  • Assist in identifying potential process improvements, documenting new policies and procedures and contributing to sound internal control development

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • EDUCATION:  Bachelor’s degree in Accounting
  • INTEGRATED ERP: Experience working with a fully-Integrated ERP; Netsuite highly preferred
  • EXPERIENCE:  3+ years experience in Accounting functions in a corporate Accounting environment; CPA, public accounting and/or publicly traded corporation experience (SOX environment) is highly desirable.

KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/ABILITIES:

  • Working knowledge of GAAP principles
  • Working knowledge of accounting transactions, schedules, reconciliations, financial reports
  • Working knowledge of fully-integrated ERP systems such as Netsuite
  • Experience with Blackline or similar software would be highly beneficial
  • Excellent analytical skills
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills
  • Excellent oral, written and presentation skills
  • High level of proficiency with Microsoft Office applications, especially Excel
  • Ability to multitask in fast-paced environment on multiple projects with varying deadlines
  • Ability to learn and apply knowledge to new or differing situations
  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision or direction
  • Ability to exercise sound independent judgment

 

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