We’re looking for an Financial Planning & Analysis (FP&A) Director - Revenue to join our growing Finance Team as the owner of global revenue forecasting at StockX. In this newly created role, you will drive our monthly, quarterly, annual and LRP revenue forecasts for our global business. You’ll manage a growing team and work cross-functionally with key stakeholders (FP&A, Accounting, Vertical Leads, Data, Marketing, Engineering, and Product teams) to understand and quantify how economic and industry trends, marketing and promotional activities, and product and policy initiatives impact our short and long-term outlook. You will lead insight activities with the various stakeholders to review KPIs and the narrative on the current state and future expectations of all items of revenue – directing our areas of focus and supporting decisions, and will develop systems and processes to scale with our hyper-growth. The role will be located at our downtown Detroit HQ (relo available) and initially will have 1 to 2 direct reports.


  • Forecast: Lead highly accurate forecasting processes with key cross-functional stakeholders – both as part of monthly, quarterly, annual and long-range planning cycles and ongoing management of the business.
  • Drive Insights: Utilize forecast inputs, outputs, and understanding of historic metrics to drive constant insights around marketing performance and key geographic/vertical trends, along with areas of opportunity for the various stakeholders.
  • Source of Truth: Maintain real-time understanding of trends relative to targets and historical periods, owning the narrative for internal and external reporting.
  • Build and Scale: Identify, implement, and optimize scalable forecasting tools and processes needed to drive visibility and actionable insights for various teams.
  • Develop, lead and mentor a strong, talented FP&A team.


  • Bachelor’s Degree in a Business Field (Finance, Accounting, Economics, etc.)
  • MBA in Finance preferred.
  • Minimum of 8 years experience in consulting, investment banking, FP&A, or relevant fields - with specific experience in building/executing global forecasting of Revenue/KPIs with cross-functional teams.
  • Knowledge of US GAAP and ASC 606.
  • Extensive knowledge of Microsoft/Google Suite Tools and BI Tools (Tableau, Periscope).
  • Advanced Excel skills and ability to create functional and scalable models from scratch assumed.
  • Significant experience working closely with Marketing teams and a detailed understanding of Marketing KPIs and concepts (CAC, LTV, Cohort Analysis, Retention, Conversion Optimization, etc.).
  • Experience with cloud-based GL and budgeting tools (NetSuite, Workday, Oracle, SAP, Adaptive Planning, Anaplan, etc).

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