Staff Accountant

Location: Boston, MA

Department: Finance

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Mid Level

Staff Accountant

True Fit is the universal platform to show consumers what is True for them across millions of styles from the world’s premier apparel and footwear brands and leading retailers.  True Fit allows consumers to purchase with confidence.  True Fit is a big data company managing a rapidly growing database of the world’s top apparel, footwear and consumer fit data to help consumers, brands and retailers unlock the online apparel and footwear market. By deploying a concert of proven algorithms, True Fit translates how clothing and shoes fit shoppers by instantly providing each consumer with a personal fit rating and size recommendation for every style. Removing the “will it fit?” barrier restores consumer confidence, allowing leading retailers and brands to grow their online business. True Fit also provides rich insights to retailers and brands, which leverage these insights to accelerate consumer personalization and purchasing growth.

True Fit is the winner of three MITX Innovation Awards; Best Consumer Tech that Makes Life Easier, Best Analytics / Business Intelligence, and Best UX; and was selected Best of Web by InStyle Magazine.

True Fit is seeking a highly driven Staff Accountant to join our Finance and Accounting team. Working closely with the CFO and Controller, this critical role provides an opportunity to make a significant impact on the future valuation of True Fit.  Specifically, the Accountant will manage the accounts receivable and accounts payable functions including analysis and reporting.  Additionally, they will provide business analysis, performance measurements, and be part of a revolutionary global start-up that is changing the way consumers shop online.

 

Accounts Receivable Job Responsibilities:

Maintain Revenue reporting in collaboration with Sales, Customer Success, and Delivery Services monitor, review, and regularly report on Committed Monthly Recurring Revenue (CMRR) and Monthly Recurring Revenue (MRR) which is used for monthly invoicing of Retail customers

Prepare customer statements, and deliver monthly invoices via email

Perform day to day financial transactions, including verifying, classifying, computing, posting, recording, and reconciling accounts receivables’ data

Process accounting receivables and incoming payments in compliance with financial policies and procedures

Coordinate with Customer Success Department to remind delinquent accounts of past due balances and make arrangements for collection and correspondence with customers

Regularly review with the CFO on the status of the aged accounts receivable and the plans for collection to achieve DSO goals and objectives

Reconcile the accounts receivable ledger to ensure that all payments are accounted for and properly posted

Secure financial information and records by completing data base backups

Contributes to the team effort by accomplishing related results as needed

Accounts Payable Job Responsibilities:

Ensures timely booking and processing for payment of all vendor invoices and employee expense reports

Maintains accurate and thorough records and reporting of vendor agreements

Manages invoices by verifying transaction information, obtaining authorization for payment, and schedule and prepare disbursements

Resolve account discrepancies by investigating and documenting correspondence

Maintain financial security by following internal accounting controls

Reconcile expenses to the general ledger transactions in Quickbook

Skills and Qualifications:

Prior experience in Accounting or Finance with Accounts Payable and Receivable

Demonstrated knowledge of basic accounting and finance

Ability to meet deadlines and provide concise and thorough reporting

Highly motivated and ability to work independently

Work collaboratively with customers, vendors, and employees

Well organized, attention to detail, skilled at conscientious data entry

Experience with financial software (Quickbooks online) and adept at Microsoft office

Customer service orientation

Ability to maintain a high degree of confidentiality

Dedicated follow-through with a good time management

Demonstrated ability to communicate results to senior management

Self-starter and team player

Excellent verbal and written communication skills

BA/BS Finance, Accounting or Business Administration required

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