Earnin is a community-supported financial platform with a suite
of tools that let people take control of their financial future.
Earnin started out by solving one of the greatest and least
discussed inequities in the American financial system: the practice
of employers paying workers bi-weekly. Earnin's core product, Cash
Out, allows people to access the pay they've already earned. There
are no loans or hidden costs. People pay what they choose. Other
products include: Balance Shield, which helps prevent overdrafts, a
financial calendar that helps people budget and schedule payments,
and Tip Yourself - a revolutionary free social savings app.
Funding: Series C, current funding partners include Andreessen
Horowitz, DST, Matrix Partners, Ribbit Capital, Felicis Ventures
and March Capital.
Join us and help build a new financial system focused on
fairness and peoples needs.
You can help make a difference!
We are looking for an experienced finance professional to lead
Earnins Financial Planning & Analysis function. This individual
will partner closely with the executive team and other leaders to
set strategy, allocate resources, optimize performance, and bring a
financial lens to decision making. This role will report to the
Chief Financial Officer.
What You'll Do:
- Partner with leadership to define, operationalize and execute
financial and KPI goals aligned with business strategies
- Lead the annual financial planning and multi-year strategic
planning processes. Be a thought partner to all business leaders
and help resolve competing business priorities.
- Lead the monthly forecast and variance process and operational
reviews; partner with leadership to deliver on objectives and
optimize business performance
- Communicate business objectives and performance to key
stakeholders including employees, investors, and the Board of
- Provide financial analysis to support decision making and
- Design, automate, and optimize flexible FP&A processes and
systems to meet the needs of a dynamic and fast-growing business
- Lead, scale, and develop a team of high-performing finance
What Were Looking For:
At Earnin, we believe that the best way to build a financial system
that works for everyday people is by hiring a team that represents
our diverse community. Our team is diverse not only in background
and experience, but also in perspective. We celebrate our diversity
and strive to create a culture of belonging. Earnin does not
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- Experience in an FP&A leadership role at a high growth tech
- Detail-oriented and master of your craft, yet able to
communicate results in a simple and succinct manner as needed
- Track record of building, developing, and leading high
- Strong business partnership experience; ability to influence
and be a thought partner in all aspects of the business
- Experience supporting business expansion and M&A
- Experience building and optimizing cross-functional FP&A
processes and implementing financial planning systems
- Public company experience preferred, including management of
public company forecasting and guidance processes and experience
with SEC reporting
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