In true startup fashion, this job encompasses several functions and you must be comfortable wearing multiple hats: Managing our financial functions, overseeing HR, and sourcing and managing vendors. Initially, the role requires you to operate in an individual contributor capacity, but as our company grows, there will be an opportunity to hire a team around you.
Finance: You will own our full-stack accounting cycle, handling monthly and quarterly closes, preparing financial statements, delivering reports for investors, business partners, and other stakeholders, and managing budgets and financial projections.
Human Resources: From a new hire’s onboarding paperwork to benefits selection to overseeing semi-monthly payroll, you’ll own the full stack of HR and people operations. This includes overseeing our corporate presence/regulatory compliance across multiple states where we have employees and coordinating with TriNet, our payroll provider. You’ll also play a pivotal role in making our office a great place to work, from planning events and meetings to making decisions about office layout and design.
Vendor Management: You will be responsible for vendor management, pricing negotiation with resolving disputes with service providers if they arise.
If you like to deeply understand and get involved in the inner-workings of a company, you will thrive in this role.
Own our GAAP accounting, running monthly and quarterly closes using Quickbooks, Excel, and MySQL.
Track expenses and revenue, including modeling revenue recognition for our numerous SaaS revenue streams.
Prepare financial statements and other KPI reports for investors.
Create and maintain company budgets and financial projections.
Prepare, manage, and deliver ongoing reports, presentations, and other communications with business partners, investors, and other stakeholders.
Ensure our workplace is the best possible place to work by organizing team activities, onboarding new employees, planning and managing office layouts, and procuring snacks and other perks.
Own HR including onboarding, offboarding, payroll, and regulatory compliance across multiple states.
Manage a wide range of key vendor relationships from cloud-based service providers to our payroll processor.
Evaluate and procure new vendors: negotiate terms for services, office space, and other core company needs.
Develop and implement scalable processes that improve company-wide efficiency, intelligence, and overall success.
Manage all corporate insurance
You should be someone who is not afraid to get their hands dirty and execute on projects, no matter how big or how small. You should be able to operate, execute, and make good decisions with a high level of autonomy. You definitely need to be comfortable juggling multiple priorities that are a mix of project-based and recurring work. Finally, you have to be someone capable of transitioning from accounting to analysis to planning a team outing all in a day’s work.
You have at least 5 years of work experience in finance as a controller, accountant, or similar position, preferably with SaaS companies.
You have a strong knowledge of GAAP and accrual accounting methodology. A CPA is a plus but not a requirement.
You are organized and process-driven. You can streamline workflow and create scalable processes that future generations of MyTimers will follow.
You are an expert with Quickbooks and Microsoft Excel.
You are highly analytical and data-driven. Proficiency with MySQL, Salesforce, and/or other database and visualization tools is a plus.
You take real ownership of your projects and see them through to completion and beyond.
You are extremely detail oriented and comfortable managing multiple deadlines and priorities with little oversight.
Experience at fast-moving tech companies or other startups is strongly preferred!