The Revenue Accountant is responsible for processing contracts, capitalization of costs, billing, revenue recognition, and assisting in technical accounting issues. This role will work with other divisions within the company to ensure that all contract-related activities are accounted and reported properly. The Revenue Accountant must be able to assist with the review and streamlining of current processes and controls within Revenue Accounting, as well as ad hoc requests on an as needed basis. The incumbent will work as an integral team member that will assist in areas of need within the Finance group during monthly close.
What you'll do:
- Manage accounting for monthly recurring revenue and revenue recognition and prepare related month-end reports and reconciliations.
- Interact with sales, legal, professional services and billing for billing and revenue recognition purposes
- Assist with corporate period-end close for certain GL responsibilities as assigned.
- Assist with preparation of Board of Directors reporting packages.
- Prepare financial analysis and metric reporting as assigned. Conduct analysis and assist business departments and senior management to solve financial issues and to address questions from analysis performed.
- Participate in the preparation of company’s annual financial plan and monthly re-forecast.
- Process corporate accounts payable and expense report accounting and reimbursement.
- Assist with annual audit and tax work.
- Calculate quarterly and annual sales team commission and prepare related accounting and management reports.
What you have:
- Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance required.
- CPA required.
- Minimum 4 years’ progressive accounting and/or finance experience in a public accounting firm (Big 4 or second tier firm preferred).
- Must have knowledge of GAAP and accounting and reporting principles.
- Knowledge of technology industry/SaaS based company accounting principles.
- Strong proficiency in Microsoft Excel and Powerpoint.
- Experience working with international subsidiaries and foreign currency exchange accounting and operational issues is a plus.