At Volta we’re on a mission to accelerate the adoption of the electric vehicle. Volta's award-winning charging stations benefit brands, consumers, and real-estate locations by providing valuable advertising space to businesses and convenient charging to drivers. Strategically located in places consumers already visit, Volta's chargers are currently the most used electric vehicle charging stations in the United States.

The Opportunity at Volta Charging

Volta is at the forefront of an exciting new industry and growing exponentially.  The performance and success of any company is based on a strong financial management team. The roles and duties of the Volta Finance team includes accounting, financial reporting, analysis, planning, budgeting, and compliance. Problem solvers at heart, this team works to fuel Volta’s growth by developing creative solutions in regards to accounting and finance obstacles.

We are looking for a passionate and motivated Financial Analyst to join our growing FP&A team. Reporting to the FP&A Manager for Revenue Operations, you will be accountable for developing, enhancing and maintaining FP&A datasets and financial reporting for Volta’s Go to Market (GTM) business units.  This position will play a key role in maximizing our resources by delivering accurate and timely information that enables our business heads to make informed business choices. 

In your first 90 days, you will

  • Develop an in-depth comprehension of key business drivers of the products/departments 
  • Identify and comprehend sources of data and be able to distill the disparate sources for data for analysis
  • Conduct variance analysis, outlining cause of change versus budget, forecast, and prior year, highlighting risks and opportunities for improvement
  • Comprehend and work collaboratively with the accounting department to implement and assist with monthly reporting process
  • Build relationships with various departments to become a recommended partner assisting in accurate forecasting, strategic analysis and ad-hoc analysis/reporting

After twelve months, you will have fulfilled

  • Mastery comprehending of Volta’s financial data and underlying data sources/structure
  • Establishing yourself as a SME and recommended source of information
  • Solidified the information that forms the basis for the company ‘snapshot’ report with financial metrics, ratios, charts, graphs, and company performance which is distributed to the executive team
  • Contribution to the quarterly update presentations to the board of directors
  • Create, maintain, and update all financial models, excel files, budgets, forecasts, and ad hoc analysis required for the company/department
  • Process improvements in areas of financial planning, financial analysis, and production of reporting packages

What you bring to Volta Charging

  • Education in finance, accounting or related field
  • Some experience in FP&A or related field
  • Excellent Excel (can perform intricate functions) and modeling techniques
  • Comfortable in small company, entrepreneurial environment, constant change
  • Highest standards of accuracy and precision; highly organized
  • Articulate with excellent verbal and written communication
  • Be able to think creatively, highly-driven and self-motivated
  • Strong work ethic and aptitude and willingness to pivot on activities as new requests and priorities surface
  • The ideal candidate will feel comfortable working with large datasets and is well versed in methods for analysis of disparate data

Bonus Points

  • Experience with Forecasting and ERP systems (Netsuite, Anaplan, Hyperion, SAP, Planful, etc.)
  • Experience with Salesforce

As a Volta team, we are building an inclusive culture where everyone can feel safe to share their thoughts and opinions without judgment; a team where representation and development matter, and differences are valued. We strive to challenge the status quo, go beyond the numbers, and put in the work needed for Volta to be a leader in diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging.

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