Starface is looking for a Director of Accounting to own operational accounting, internal control, tax and ensure excellent business processes and compliance. Reporting to the Senior Director of Finance, the Director of Accounting will be a key leadership team member and a trusted advisor to Starface’s management team and cross-functional leaders. 


Business Impact 

  • Support Senior Director of Finance to do monthly, quarterly, and annual budgeting aligned to our strategic plan
  • Prepare monthly financial and operational reporting across all departments of the business
  • Ensure the accuracy of books and records to build a solid foundation for financial reporting and business decisions

Finance & Business Process Excellence and Compliance

  • Configure accounting systems and various payment and sales platforms
  • Track and manage reconciliation schedules for prepaid expenses, fixed assets, accrued liabilities/expenses and deferred revenue
  • Oversee execution on all day-to-day, month-end, and year-end accounting functions, including accounts receivable and payable, bank, account reconciliations, journal entries and general ledger
  • Manage vendors including the on-time collection of accounts receivable and on-time payment of accounts payable, monitoring contract terms, and filing and record keeping  
  • Manage cost of goods sold, prepaid inventory, and inventory reconciliation, and assist leadership team with ad-hoc pricing/margin analysis
  • Review inter-company transactions and transfer-pricing agreements
  • Calculate Asset-based loan borrowing base and submit borrowing requests biweekly
  • Manage all tax filings including corporate tax, sales tax (US, Canada, and UK), and payroll tax 
  • Guide leadership team through integration of Netsuite to support the long-term growth of the company, and oversee residual data migration between systems
  • Manage and respond to Federal and State tax correspondences
  • Oversee and coordinate with external partners on insurance, audits, tax functions and due-diligence activities with investors
  • Maintain documentation for internal processes

Retail Partnerships and Vendor Management

  • Apply discounts and chargebacks to retail invoices and reconcile Accounts Receivable
  • Lead the investigation into and coordinate cross-functionally to resolve retailer chargebacks
  • Track and follow up on the invoice and purchase order process 


  • Partner with Director of Finance, President, and other leadership team members to provide key information needed for decision making and respond to requests as needed 
  • Act as a trusted cross-functional partner to all departments 
  • Maintain close partnerships with external finance consultants and ensure accountability 


  • 10+ years related experience, including 4 years in Public Accounting and ideally 2 years in CPG 
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or professional certifications (CPA or CA)
  • Strong knowledge of and experience in financial reporting and accounting
  • Significant experience with inventory and cost accounting, preferably within consumer product goods; retail experience is preferred
  • Experience developing and implementing financial policies, procedures and controls
  • Experience with NetSuite preferred or another ERP system
  • Extremely detail oriented and strong organizational skills
  • Strong written and interpersonal communication skills
  • Ability to operate with a high degree of autonomy in ambiguous settings


  • Fully remote work environment 
  • Compensation range for this role is $135-170k
  • Current benefits include:
    • Access to high-quality health care options, including 100% coverage for employee and spouse 
    • Access to a 401k with 5% employer match 
    • 4 weeks of vacation plus 15 paid holidays 
    • 5 Days Pet-ternity (Dog or Cat)
    • Home office stipend

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