Vice President, Financial Planning & Analysis
Accounting & Finance
Posted on Sunday, March 26, 2023
Matillion is The Data Productivity Cloud
Matillion helps teams get data business-ready, faster — accelerating time-to-value and increasing the impact data can have.
Thousands of enterprises including Cisco, DocuSign, Pacific Life, Slack, and TUI trust Matillion technology to load, transform, sync, and orchestrate their data for a wide range of use cases from insights and operational analytics, to data science, machine learning, and AI.
With over $300M raised from top Silicon Valley investors, we are on a mission to power the data productivity of our customers and the world.
We are passionate about doing things in a smart, considerate way. We’re honoured to be named a great place to work for several years running by multiple industry research firms.
With dual headquarters in Manchester, UK and Denver, Colorado, and an expanding hybrid culture, we are looking for passionate, high-integrity individuals to help us scale up our rapidly growing business.
As a key member of the Finance leadership team and the company, the VP of FP&A will report to the CFO/COO, lead the FP&A team, and manage all financial planning, forecasting and analysis functions across Matillion. This is a high profile and high impact role that will work closely with executive and senior leaders across the business, with an opportunity to shape the growth trajectory and profitability of the company.
This function will provide analysis and support that enables business leaders to drive the company forward towards its ambitious growth targets. This role will partner with the CFO/COO, CEO and other key leaders across Matillion to drive cross-functional initiatives to support profitable growth and performance. This role will work closely with leaders and teams across the business on a range of areas including but not limited to developing accurate forecasts, managing budgets, workforce planning, sales planning and compensation programs.
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