You’ve developed your skills. Now it’s time to take your career to the next level.
Live and work in Northern California’s renowned San Francisco/Silicon Valley Bay Area, Top 10 ranked in Forbes’ 2013 list of The Best Big Cities for Jobs in 2013 (comprehensive relocation package provided).
DLC is a professional services firm that helps companies transform ideas into action, one project at a time. Recognized by Inc magazine and the Los Angeles Business Journal as one of the nation’s fastest growing companies, DLC has established itself as a leading provider of business services to companies seeking expertise in financial planning and analysis, accounting and financial reporting, M&A transaction support, financial systems implementation, process redesign, project management, and post merger integration.
The Company currently serves its clients out of seven offices in Chicago, Dallas, Northern California and Southern California. Our clients include Google, Allergan, THQ, Walgreens, Qualcomm, Salesforce, Ingram Micro, Warner Bros., Exelon, Bumblebee Foods, Yahoo, Spectrum Pharma, Honda, Kraft, Leap Wireless, Levi Strauss, Oakley, Nestle, Tribune, SAIC, EA Games, Avery Dennison, CBRE, Conagra, Quest Diagnostics, and a multitude of venture capital firms, hedge funds and private equity firms.
As a DLC Consultant, you will provide solutions across a wide variety of industries, companies, and functional disciplines.
On a Daily Basis, you will work directly with finance and operating executives at the Clients we serve.
The daily activities of a Consultant include:
Financial Accounting & Reporting—SEC Reporting Requirements: Forms 10-K, 10-Q, S-1, S-3, S-4; FASB Pronouncement analysis and implementation; Post merger integration; Reporting package development; Financial and operational audit coordination and execution; Consolidated financial statement preparation; Monthly close process redesign; Creation, review and documentation of internal control policy and procedures.
Financial Systems Implementation—Define software requirements; Manage software selection process; Act as functional lead in implementation of financial systems or product upgrades; Serve as liaison between IT and Finance/Accounting functions; Design and map chart of accounts; Develop and execute test scripts; Design financial reports using system or bolt-on reporting tools; Identify and implement "quick hit" process improvements; Perform post-implementation troubleshooting.
Project Management—Analyze and document project objectives and requirements; Scope project, identify resource requirements, articulate deliverables and develop timetables; Create project and communication plans; Coordinate efforts of internal process owners and subject matter experts; Develop contingency plans to eliminate obstacles to on-time and on-budget completion of the project.
Post Merger Financial Integration—Ensure transaction accounting is recorded properly; Develop periodic reporting requirements for combined entity; Establish integrated monthly close process; Align and Integrate general ledgers, product hierarchies, customer files , pricing files and other data files; Ensure productivity and synergy savings are captured; Create new budgets and forecasts for combined entity.
Candidates must have a strong knowledge of finance and accounting, strong analytical capabilities and excellent verbal and written communication skills. Candidates should also have approximately 5 to 10 years of overall experience.
*Position Provides the following*
Base Salary (specific salary-DOE) + 4 Bonus Plans + Full Benefits