About Shareworks and Solium
The Solium story started in 1999 in Calgary, Canada, when an idea was formed and sketched out on a paper napkin. Today the company is one of the largest FinTech companies in Canada, and a global leader in simplifying the complexities of equity-based compensation plans. We owe our extraordinary growth to our product, Shareworks, and, most importantly, to the fantastic people who have helped to make our company what it is today.
Solium currently has over 800 employees across the world, with offices from Calgary to San Francisco, London to Barcelona, and Hong Kong to Australia - and we're still growing! We've cemented our success by hiring amazing people, instilling a culture of collaboration and innovation, and being laser-focused on providing remarkable service. As we continue to scale towards being the incomparable leader in our industry, we are looking for more exceptional people to write the next chapter with us.
The Role: Reconciliation Administrator
Based in Tempe, Arizona and reporting to the Manager, Reconciliations, the Reconciliation Administrator plays a key governance role for Solium and our clients by ensuring the timely reconciliation of cash and shares, mitigation of any market risk, and remediation of any discrepancies that occur across the portfolio of client plans, as well as providing a number of critical reports. The role is also a critical resource internally for ensuring that transactions are processed efficiently and effectively, client accounts and records are up to date, and participants receive their money in a timely fashion.
What You'll Do
Reconciliation of transaction activity ledgers, trading and cash accounts to broker and bank records in accordance with department service levels and applicable regulatory requirements
Reconciliation of cash and share positions related to corporate actions and other events (Dividends, Contributions, Stock Splits, etc.)
Timely and accurate reporting of exceptions, and proactive management through to resolution
Escalation of risks and issues as appropriate
Development and maintenance of collaborative working relationships with the Reconciliation team and other departments across Solium
Participation in a variety of projects to improve efficiency and processes
Achieving an expert understanding of Solium's Shareworks functionality in order to support reconciliations and resolution of discrepancies
Responding to requests for information as needed
What You Bring
Bachelor's degree in Finance, Business, Commerce, Accounting or similar area of focus
Interest in and/or experience with equity compensation and share plans
Prior accounting and financial services experience highly desirable: bank, brokerage, investment fund, pension fund, commodities trading, transfer agent, fintech, corporate treasury
Fluency in oral and written English is required along with well-developed interpersonal communication skills
Strong analytical, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills
Accuracy, attention to detail, and solutions orientation
Effective time management and ability prioritize tasks
A deep belief in team success, collaboration, and a willingness to adapt to continuous change
Comfortable in a fast-paced and evolving environment which includes ongoing learning and training opportunities
Demonstrated competency with common office technology and intermediate to advanced proficiency with Excel; Advanced technical skills such as macros, query languages, and Access appreciated but not required.
While we thank all applicants for their interest in a career with Solium, please note that only those individuals selected for an interview will be contacted