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Financial Reporting Manager

Who we are:

Valence Media is comprised of The Billboard-Hollywood Reporter Media Group, Media Rights Capital, and Dick Clark Productions; Valence is also a minority investor in A24 and Fulwell73.  As a diversified media company, Valence Media has expertise in content creation, distribution, and monetization across premium television, wide-release film, specialty film, live entertainment, and digital media. Its core mission is to offer a unique environment to develop and attract great leaders through collaboration across platforms, professional development and learning, and a focus on building an industry-leading culture of inclusion, diversity, and safety.

 

The Financial Reporting Manager is an integral part of the Valence Accounting team. Valence is a highly cross-functional organization, and the Financial Reporting Manager will work with colleagues across all functional areas and divisions, learning the business inside-and-out. This is an opportunity to be part of setting the foundation for the integrated Accounting function across the divisions, creating new consolidation procedures and a streamlined financial reporting process. A successful candidate has strong analytical skills, strong Generally Accepted Accounting Principles [GAAP] accounting knowledge, prioritizes and manages multiple tasks at once, has a strong desire to learn, and thrives in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment.

What You'll Do:

  • Plan and execute the consolidation process in accordance with the quarterly close calendar/timeline to facilitate timely and accurate reporting.  
  • Prepare quarterly financial statements (including annual footnotes) for Valence and its divisions to support the audit of such entities.
  • Research, evaluate and document technical accounting conclusions and reporting implications of complex and non-standard transactions, as well as general corporate accounting matters.
  • Manage adherence to ASC 606, ASC 842, and all other applicable and new GAAP accounting guidance.       
  • Interface with Corporate Development, Business Affairs, Production, Production Finance, Creative, Sales, and Advertising groups to ensure GAAP is properly adhered to in the financial statements; identify and drive impactful process improvements.                                                          ''

Your Experience & Skills

  • Minimum of 5 years of experience required; Big 4 public accounting and/or entertainment/publishing industry experience.
  • Strong technical GAAP background and experience with financial statement preparation and consolidations.
  • Bachelor's degree from a leading university in Accounting, with a strong GPA, and a CPA or MBA is a plus.   
  • Advanced Excel skills, ability to create internal models and reports, including the ability to clearly summarize data.
  • Detail oriented with exceptional organizational skills, including the ability to prioritize and manage evolving deadlines
  • Strong work ethic, high sense of urgency, and ability to thrive in a fast-paced and entrepreneurial environment

 

No Phone Calls. No agencies please.

Due to the volume of resumes that we receive, only those candidates selected for consideration will be contacted.

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