Controller

Location: Ann Arbor, MI

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Experienced

A2 Hosting, Inc. is a premiere Linux hosting company with clients around the world. We are currently seeking an experienced Controller to come on board and manage the financials of the company.  Excellent organization and communication skills are required along with a keen business sense.

Position Overview:

The Controller is responsible for developing and administering financial systems that provide the control and recording keeping for the company. In so doing, the Controller develops and secures approval of budgets and business plans and prepares financial statements.

As we are an international company, the Controller will also be expected to maintain company tax compliance, both in the US and Internationally.  

Good business acumen and the ability to connect analytical insights with business decisions is required to be successful in this role

Employment Type: Full-time, Exempt, Telecommuting available

Responsibilities:

  • As a member of the executive leadership team, takes a leadership role in the development of long range and annual operating plans of the business.
  • Directs, develops and manages the Finance and Accounting functions.
  • Directs and oversees the preparation of all financial reporting and forecasting using financial dashboards and other business intelligence tools.
  • Handles the auditing, control and governance functions.
  • Keeps the organization in compliance with US and International tax regulations.
  • Manages the organization’s capital expenditure budgeting process including project approval, project costs, cash flow and return on investment.
  • Responsible for supervising accounts payable and receivable.
  • In cooperation with the executive leadership team, explore, identify and capture revenue growth opportunities for the business.
  • In conjunction with operations, supply chain and sales, manages working capital levels to maximize cash flow opportunities.
  • Active participant on the organization’s strategy team.
  • Identify, interpret, and analyze potential accounting risks and issues.
  • Other duties, as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • 7 years of experience in a similar role.
  • Experience in a recurring revenue model preferred.
  • Strong business acumen and leadership skills.
  • Extensive knowledge of accounting and reporting, cash management, cost accounting, financial statement analysis, forecasting and transactional pricing.
  • Experience with international business tax rules and regulations, specifically India as well as emerging markets such as South America.
  • Comfortable using Quickbooks or other business accounting software.
  • Superior collaboration and communication skills with executive presence.
  • Demonstrated success designing and improving an organization’s financial practices, processes, procedures and organizational structure.
  • Familiarity with corporate financing strategies as well as mergers and acquisitions a plus.

We have the following to offer:

  • Subsidized health insurance, dental and vision coverage also available.
  • Paid parental leave.
  • Company-matching 401k, traditional or Roth.
  • Short-term and long-term disability coverage.
  • Company provided life insurance.
  • Paid vacations, holidays and sick time.
  • Regular company events such as summer BBQs and holiday parties.
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