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About the role

We’re looking for a Finance Program Manager to join our growing Finance team as a key contributor to supporting new business initiatives and their impact on the global revenue accounting systems at StockX.  The Finance Program Manager will work closely with various cross-functional business partners on new business initiatives to understand and develop revenue system testing requirements, testing procedures, processes to review test results with the business to ensure the various systems are in-line with Accounting business requirements and make recommendations as needed.  You’ll develop expertise in various aspects of data and systems relied upon by the Revenue Accounting team, and in doing so establish strong relationships with Data, Engineering, Product, Business Intelligence, and external vendors that are involved in various system initiatives.  You’ll also be responsible for the design and implementation of key accounting controls as it relates to system updates and changes that impact revenue accounting and require appropriate user-acceptance testing.  

The Finance Program Manager is a member of a team that partners with our operational accounting and business finance groups to develop solutions to support high growth business initiatives through launch methodology design and training, as well as creation of accounting tools used to support month-end close efficiency and new launches. A successful candidate for this position will have a minimum of six years professional experience working with financial processes, accounting requirements documentation, process design, and user acceptance testing responsibilities.  You will have developed a passion for delivering process improvement across the Finance organization.  You will play an integral role in the design, implementation, and maintenance of revenue systems, while ensuring the integrity of data used as part of the end-to-end Revenue Accounting close and reporting cycle in a fast-paced, high-growth environment.

What you will do

  • Take a lead role in the planning, coordination with key stakeholders, and development of accounting test requirements (and general requirements) of strategic initiatives that have an impact on revenue accounting systems and the overall efficiency of revenue close
  • Collaborate with Data, Engineering, Product, and external vendors to maintain and enhance revenue accounting systems that are critical to revenue close and reporting processes based on various test results, etc.
  • Implement standardized processes for accounting requirements drafting and user acceptance testing across areas relevant to revenue accounting systems
  • Develop a scalable UAT intake process for changes to revenue systems in order to support growth and expansion of the business 
  • Perform user acceptance testing across new initiatives impacting financial systems
  • Partner with business intelligence and data engineering teams to understand internal data sources and create self-serve solutions for ad-hoc revenue data asks 

About you

  • B.S. Degree in Finance, Accounting, or a quantitative discipline 
  • 6+ years experience working cross functionally with tech and non-tech teams
  • 6+ years of relevant experience in accounting, finance, business analytics, or project management
  • Experience with building accounting processes for requirements gathering and user acceptance testing to launch system implementation projects specific to revenue accounting and reporting 
  • Strong communication skills and proven ability to build strong relationships with cross-functional teams, specifically with Product and Engineering partners
  • Experience managing accounting / finance process improvement and/or technology projects with aggressive schedules
  • Knowledge and understanding of SQL, tableau, and other data analytics tools preferred
Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance, and any other state or local hiring regulations, we will consider for employment any qualified applicant, including those with arrest and conviction records, in a manner consistent with the applicable regulation.
 
Pursuant to the Colorado Fair Pay Act, the base salary range in Colorado for this position is $120,000 to $146,000 plus opportunities for benefits (e.g., medical, dental), equity and discretionary bonuses. Compensation in other geographies may vary. 
 
Pursuant to the New York City Pay Transparency Law, the base salary range for this position is $128,000 to $175,000 plus opportunities for benefits (e.g., medical, dental), equity and discretionary bonuses. Compensation in other geographies may vary.
About Us

StockX is the premier current culture platform for buying and selling authentic, new, sought-after products. Our powerful marketplace connects buyers and sellers for sneakers, apparel, accessories, electronics, collectibles and trading cards around the world. We provide millions of global customers with unprecedented access and market visibility powered by real-time data, allowing them to transact based on true market value. Launched in 2016 in Detroit, Michigan, StockX now employs more than 1,500 people in offices and authentication centers in 11 countries.
 
 
We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. This job description is intended to convey information essential to understanding the scope of the job and the general nature and level of work performed by job holders within this job. However, this job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of qualifications, skills, efforts, duties, responsibilities or working conditions associated with the position. StockX reserves the right to amend this job description at any time.

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