Change.org is seeking a Staff Accountant to join our team of talented finance professionals who are working to bring positive change to the world.
We're a social impact business (a public benefit company) & the largest tech platform focused on civic action in the world, with 400m monthly users; 50,000 campaigns launched on the site every month; 175 staff; & a new revenue model that has grown by 500% in 2 years. We are growing fast, & executing on a plan to deepen & scale the social movements on our platform, from strengthening hate crime legislation in South Africa; to bringing down the price of insulin across the United States; to fighting corruption in Indonesia, Italy, & Brazil. Learn more about our impact & operations in our 2018 impact report.
The ideal candidate is a resourceful, hands-on generalist who is capable of taking on responsibilities right across our Accounting work. This is a great opportunity for an entrepreneurial accountant to gain exposure to the full range of accounting work in a global organization.
Specifically, this position will begin by taking on two core responsibilities. Firstly, you'll take primary responsibility for the company's Accounts Payable (AP) work (US & International). Secondly, you'll support our Director of International Finance on all aspects of our international accounting work, such as balance sheet reconciliations, month-end close activities & financial reporting, cash management, International accounts & other special projects as needed.
This role will report directly to the Director of International Finance & is based in the US - ideally in our New York or San Francisco offices, although we are also open to remote hires across the US. Our team looks into challenges that the company faces & solves them with a systematic process-oriented approach. We need a problem solver who can think critically about our internal processes & drive long-term solutions for the company. You'll work alongside 8 super talented individuals that will inspire & challenge you to think about how accounting can contribute to the business decisions.