About Weee!

Weee! is the largest and fastest-growing ethnic e-grocer in the United States, operating in one of the largest underserved categories in retail with affordable access to exciting ethnic food. By partnering with local suppliers, redesigning the value chain and leveraging social buying, Weee! is reshaping the grocery business entirely. You can read more about us on Business Insider, Reuters and TechCrunch.

Weee! is headquartered in Fremont, CA, and is currently available coast to coast with exceptional growth (5x YoY) across geographies, categories and ethnicities. We have raised $800M+ in funding to date from leading investors including Softbank Vision Funds, DST, Blackstone, Tiger Global, Lightspeed Ventures, Goodwater Capital, XVC and iFly. The opportunity now is to join a rocketship as we prepare for the next stage of growth, and an eventual public listing.

About the Role:

We are looking for a Sr. Accounting Manager to be responsible for the Accounting organization’s financial reporting requirement.  This position will report directly to the VP, Corporate Controller.  

This role is onsite in Fremont, CA, 5 days onsite required.

Responsibilities:

  • Oversee the international accounting function responsible for accurate and timely completion of period end close with clearly defined responsibilities, processes, documentation and controls.
  • Prepare and review journal entries, account reconciliations, roll-forwards, P&L and balance sheet flux and variance analysis.
  • Lead new accounting initiatives and business processes including the design, implementation and maintenance of key finance and reporting systems, with a focus on scalability and operational efficiency.
  • Prepare financial statements for audit, including consolidation among multiple entities.
  • Advise on local and country-specific accounting and corporate matters, including functional currency considerations, entity setup, intercompany entries, foreign exchange  matters, statutory filings, consolidation, adoption of new accounting standards, etc.
  • Participate in designing and implementing internal controls and documentation.
  • Manage the local statutory audits and compliance needs. Support the broader team in executing quarterly and annual financial statement audits
  • Be part of the team that owns the record to report process. Prepare and present the income statement, balance sheet and cash flow statement of the subsidiary entities as well as participate in preparation of the consolidated financial statements
  • Research and prepare technical accounting memos for transactions with significant judgment.
  • Ensure the integrity of key processes by understanding systems, flow of transactions, internal controls, etc.
  • Be a change agent for implementing new insights and process improvements in an increasingly sophisticated environment
  • Develop staff by managing performance, setting goals, providing ongoing training, and maintaining strong employee relationships

Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree in Accounting or Finance. CPA or MBA preferred.
  • 8+ years of progressive accounting experience with a portion of it being in a supervisory role
  • Thorough knowledge of U.S. GAAP, Advanced computer skills on MS Office, accounting software and databases
  • Excellent verbal and written communication abilities across all level of an organization
  • Strong leadership skills with a dedication to driving and achieving results
  • Knowledge of employee relationship building and performance management techniques
  • Advanced Microsoft Excel skills. Experience with other financial systems.
  • Experience in SAP, FloQast, Workiva, Carta, or similar ERP/process system preferred
  • Prior auditing experience preferred
  • Prior experience with consolidation, including international entities dealing with FX preferred
  • Demonstrated ability to take initiative and ownership with focus on continuous improvement
  • Proven ability to partner with cross-functional teams, including sales, sales operation, legal, HR, payroll, accounting and finance

Benefits

  • Comprehensive health insurance package, including medical, dental, and vision.  PPO/HMO packages
  • 401k, 4% company match
  • Equity
  • Bonus Plan
  • Vacation, sick and holiday time off
  • Monthly mobile stipend
  • Monthly Weee! Points credits

Compensation Range

  • The US base salary range for this full-time position is $140,000-$170,000
  • This role may be eligible to discretionary bonus, incentives and benefits 
  • Our salary ranges are determined by role, level, and location

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