We’re looking for an Accounting Director - Revenue to join our growing Finance Team as the owner of global Revenue Accounting at StockX. In this newly created role, you will be responsible for developing an overall strategic vision to drive and manage our monthly revenue accounting and reporting close process to ensure timeliness, completeness, and accuracy across various systems and processes in a high-growth environment.

You’ll work cross-functionally and collaborate with key business partners (FP&A, Tax, Payments, Data, Marketing, Engineering, and Product) to support existing and new business initiatives and ensuring that it adheres to our accounting, reporting, and controls, that you’ll have a significant part in developing and leading. The role will initially have 3 direct reports.

Responsibilities:

  • Oversee revenue operations, including the reconciliation of order-cash-inventory-payments process in a timely manner.
  • Collaborate with key business partners to develop scalable reconciliation system(s) and process that will provide complete, timely, and accurate reporting of all revenue and related transactions.
  • Develop and maintain strong and collaborative working relationships with key business leaders to ensure ongoing and constant communication in understanding business updates and to provide revenue recognition compliant solutions for new initiatives.
  • Develop key policies and/guidelines around existing and future processes that will allow for transparency, efficiency, and scalability with a focus on controls.
  • Partner with key business leaders to develop various controls around data management, systems, and reporting requirements.
  • Lead, grow, and develop existing team to support Accounting specific requirements as well as the overall growth of the company.
  • Liaise with external auditors to manage various audit requirements.

Qualifications:

  • B.S. Degree in Finance / Accounting
  • CPA license required
  • Minimum of 10 years progressive financial and accounting experience
  • Minimum of 3 years Big 4 public accounting experience required
  • Minimum of 4 years leading revenue teams and dealing with various revenue systems
  • Experience with and strong understanding of US GAAP and ASC 606 and systems
  • Highly positive and collaborative individual that excels at developing working relationships, building consensus and fostering trust and collaboration at all levels
  • Demonstrated ability to lead, develop and grow existing team as well as work develop/maintain strong cross-functional relationships

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