Vonage Finance Mission: We are a critical player in contributing to both short-term and long-term business decisions. We oversee and provide timely and accurate financial information across the organization, to leaders, decision-makers and external stakeholders. We protect company assets, both real and intangible, and ensure financial compliance with country, state and local laws. We serve as an indispensable business partner on topics requiring economic, financial and fiduciary inputs and expertise.

Why this role matters:

Investor Relations integrates and communicates company information to the investment community. We provide investors with the information they need to make sound investment decisions. We do this by coordinating shareholder meetings, releasing financial data, leading analyst briefings and making sure internal business leaders maintain and provide appropriate performance, valuation and other information.  The Senior Manager, Investor Relations, provides organization leadership for evaluation of company performance, the competition and market outlook.

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What you will do:

  • Support the Vice President of Investors Relations in executing the Investor Relations (IR) program
  • Support the earnings preparation process, including management presentations and interaction with internal teams to obtain data and content and process management
  • Perform ad-hoc analysis in conjunction with FP&A to support earnings process and quarterly messaging
  • Support the development and maintenance of investor presentations, press releases, scripts and Q&A briefing documents
  • Maintain internal analyst estimate consensus metrics
  • Preparation and planning of Investor Day
  • Evaluation of market and peer data
  • Review and summarize analyst and other research reports for senior leadership and the board of directors
  • Keep up-to-date with company current and anticipated business direction, performance, competitive threats and opportunities to maintain a realistic picture of current and expected financial success
  • Support consistent corporate messaging through review of marketing press releases, supplemental, analyst reports, investor presentations, shareholder reports and reconcile discrepancies
  • Work cross-functionally, with Financial Planning & Analysis, Treasury, Accounting, Tax, Operations, Corporate Communication, Legal and other organizations to gather, analyze and present data
  • Manage IR portion of website for timeliness and accuracy/coordinate updates
  • Monitor technology advances and recommend adoption, where appropriate
  • Develop relationships and manage contracts with IR service providers
  • Oversee the Investor Relations website, ensuring accuracy, functionality and ease of use

What you will bring:

  • Expert knowledge of equity markets, securities regulations, disclosure requirements, valuation methodologies and financial accounting
  • Outstanding analytical, financial and data management skills
  • Advanced proficiency in Google and Microsoft Office; strong Excel and PowerPoint skills

Ability to:

  • Consult with business leaders on financial, management and operational issues, trends and challenges
  • Identify opportunities and threats based on the financial performance and outlook
  • Manage multiple priorities with accuracy and efficiency while meeting deadlines
  • Integrate trends, data and information into forecasts, plans, models and recommendations
  • Apply analytical skills to evaluate and interpret complex financial and economic models, forecasts and scenarios

What is required for application:

Required:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in business, finance, accounting, economics or related discipline
  • Prior investor relations, financial planning and analysis, sell-side analysis, treasury, and/or accounting

What is in it for you:

  • In addition to providing exciting work, career advancement opportunities, and a collaborative work environment, Vonage provides competitive pay and benefits including unlimited discretionary time off and tuition reimbursement.

Potential Next Career Move: Director, Investor Relations

Note: The purpose of this profile is to provide a general summary of essential responsibilities for the position and is not meant as an exhaustive list. Assignments may differ for individuals within the same role based on business conditions, departmental need or geographic location. An individual must demonstrate successful performance in their current position before being considered for promotion. In addition, in order to promote into a higher-level position, a business need for the promotion must exist and the candidate must be considered the most qualified person for the new position.

 

 

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