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Mgr, Sn. Mgr, Director Financial Reporting

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Robert Half Finance & Accounting New York , NY 10018

Posted 4 months ago

My client is a rapidly growing startup in the life sciences/healthcare sector located in the heart of NYC! They are exploding, and need to add top talent to their F A team.

They work hard, this is not the company for someone whom wants a 9-5 job, but you will be well rewarded, with amazing experience/exposure, bonus based on level between 15 - 25% (actually being paid out at 100% + for top performers) + equity. An exceptional Manager, Sn. Mgr. and/or Director of Financial Reporting.

Depending on candidate experience, they have flexibility on title/level. This is a brand new role to the team and will report into the VP. Here are a few of the Director of Financial Reporting responsibilities: preparation of financial reports including SEC 10-Q/10-K, quarterly financial statements, balance sheet, statement of operations, shareholders equity, cash flow and SOX controls.

The Director of Financial Reporting must be able to work in an extremely fast moving environment where processes can change as the company and team matures. Candidate Background: ? MUST have SEC experience. ? MUST have public accounting experience, B4 is highly preferred or top regional firms ? Will look at straight public accounting experience. A great way for you manager, senior manager, directors out of B4 to make that transition into the private/commercial sector. ? Will look at public/private backgrounds ? CPA is required ? Highly prefer startup experience and/or life sciences/healthcare ? Experience with a large ERP like Oracle, SAP and/or Hyperion is preferred. ? Bachelor?s degree in Accounting or Finance.

Masters' degree always welcomed ? Minimum of 8+ years? experience The Director of Financial Reporting should have exceptional communications skills and the ability to work well in a dynamic team environment. He or she must be able to effectively collaborate with individuals both inside and outside the company. If you believe yourself to be qualified and would like to be considered for this position, please email your resume in a word document to

SEC Reporting, Financial Reporting, Financial Statement Preparation, Financial Statements Consolidation, US GAAP, SOX - Sarbanes-Oxley

Employment Type: Full-time

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Mgr, Sn. Mgr, Director Financial Reporting

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Robert Half Finance & Accounting