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 the company’s 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

A Senior Financial Analyst runs the business modeling for the Applications Group in partnership with leaders across the organization. We capture the operating and financial drivers for the business, including the competitive and economic conditions, and build out the business forecasts/budgets. We interpret data to help management understand business performance, markets, trends and outlook. We provide critical information in support of strategic planning and investment decision making, and public company reporting. You can join our team as a Senior Financial Analyst and be part of the CFO organization. 

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What you will do

  • Assist in the development of outlooks, forecasts and annual plans budgeting as required to support business planning and decision-making.
  • Timely monthly reporting of actual results with excellent variance analysis and commentary; highlighting existing and potential risks and opportunities.
  • Develop, analyze and report business unit/area expense and profitability metrics, including headcount and vendor expenses.
  • Present results of analysis and make cost optimization and/or profitability recommendations to the team.
  • Maintain financial records in accordance with US GAAP and Vonage accounting policies.
  • Analyze and evaluate budget performance and financial plans, including actual versus planned results.
  • Manage headcount for the Applications Group.
  • Analyze monthly and quarterly performance and trends to support Investor Relations.
  • Continually improve transparency with business stakeholders into the financial data and reporting through streamlining processes and recommending improvement opportunities.
  • Work across the organization including Sales, Operations, Delivery, Accounting and Finance as needed to ensure accurate reporting and understanding of results.
  • Maintain financial records in accordance with US GAAP and Vonage accounting policies.
  • Prepare executive summaries of results, projections and KPIs as well as create presentation materials for leadership reviews.

What you will bring

  • Strong experience in data mining and creating financial spreadsheets, as well as reports displaying business performance / forecasting data.
  • Strong communication, collaboration and relationship building skills
  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to:
    • Extract statistical and informative financial data from our systems.
    • Compile, monitor, examine and audit financial statements, reports and accounts.
    • Apply analytical skills to evaluate and interpret complex financial models, forecasts and scenarios.
    • Use accounting, financial reporting and related data management systems, tools and software packages.

What is required for application

  • Bachelor’s Degree in business, accounting, finance or related discipline.
  • Significant Commercial or Corporate FP&A experience of 4 - 5 years required.
  • Experience with Oracle, BI, Salesforce CRM is preferred.
  • Experience with SaaS/Technology industry is highly preferred.

What's 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.

 

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