Manager – Financial Planning & Analysis
GTM
Posted on 2/23/2024
INACTIVE
Iterable

501-1,000 employees

AI-powered platform for personalized customer communications
Company Overview
Iterable, a leading AI-Powered Customer Communication Platform, excels in delivering personalized and dynamic cross-channel communications at scale, serving renowned brands like Redfin, Priceline, Calm, and Box. The company's competitive advantage lies in its exceptional customer support, with clients praising the team's extensive knowledge of the platform. This, coupled with their commitment to harmonizing customer experiences, positions Iterable as an industry leader in customer communication.
Data & Analytics

Company Stage

Series E

Total Funding

$342.2M

Founded

2013

Headquarters

San Francisco, California

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

1%

1 year growth

3%

2 year growth

12%
Locations
San Francisco, CA, USA
Experience Level
Entry
Junior
Mid
Senior
Expert
Desired Skills
Sales
Excel/Numbers/Sheets
CategoriesNew
Corporate Finance
Financial Planning and Analysis (FP&A)
Finance & Banking
Requirements
  • BS in Accounting/Finance or related field
  • 6+ years in an FP&A role at a public/pre-IPO SaaS company
  • Exceptional quantitative and financial modeling skills
  • Proficiency in Excel, G-Suite applications, and BI tools
  • Extensive CPM experience - Adaptive Insights experience a plus
Responsibilities
  • Manage end-to-end P&L including topline revenue metrics
  • Partner with GTM to align financial goals
  • Support annual operating plan, re-forecast, and long-range planning
  • Create executive review materials for financial and operational strategy
  • Perform account-level variance analysis and present findings to senior management
  • Develop and improve existing FP&A processes
  • Perform and support ad-hoc reporting/analysis requests
  • Partner with Revenue Operations and Sales planning teams on headcount planning/approvals and quota attainment/ramp assumptions
  • Develop repeatable business, operational and financial processes