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Director, FP&A

Artsy

This is a Full-time position in New York, NY posted April 28, 2021.

Artsy’s mission is to expand the art market to support more artists and art in the world.

Artsy has created the world’s largest two-sided art marketplace, with more than 1,000,000 works by 100,000 artists from 4,000 of the world’s leading galleries, auction houses, art fairs, and institutions across 190 countries.

The Director, FP&A will be a key asset in the future growth of the company.

You will lead the FP&A department and will spear-head Artsy’s financial forecasting, budgeting process, operating plan variance analysis and special projects.

You will provide financial, strategic and operational support to senior management including preparing board presentations, financial presentations, capital expenditure analysis and other projects requested by senior management.

You will be an entrepreneurial leader and a mentor across Artsy and will serve as a core stakeholder in building all of our business lines.

This role reports into the General Counsel and Head of Finance and will manage two direct reports.

Key Responsibilities :
Analyze current and past trends in key performance indicators including all areas of revenue, cost of sales, expenses and capital expenditures Monitor and advise senior leadership on key performance indicators, highlighting trends and analyzing causes of unexpected variance Oversee and manage the continued development of budgeting, financial forecasting, operating plan and modeling tools Provide ad-hoc reporting and analysis Improve performance by evaluating processes to drive efficiencies and understand ROI Help oversee strategic business initiatives from development through successful execution under the guidance of senior leadership, including developing financial models and analyses to support strategic initiatives Analyze complex financial information and reports to provide accurate and timely financial and operational recommendations to management for decision making purposes Participate in the management of cap tables and equity grants Assist with oversight of board processes and board material preparation Ensure timely and effective completion of senior management projects and initiatives Hire and manage team as/when appropriate
Candidate Qualifications:
BA/BS degree in finance, accounting or related field 5+ years of relevant corporate finance experience, including experience in FP&A at an e-commerce marketplace; experience in investment banking, private equity, venture capital or consulting is a plus Superb analytical/quantitative and communication skills and strong executive presence Proven ability to collaborate and build relationships at all levels of the organization Solid knowledge of GAAP principles Expert in financial modeling skills (building complex financial models for valuation, forecasting or pricing strategies) Expertise in Excel (particularly with model building), Adaptive and NetSuite
Artsy Values

Artsy has five core values that will inform your experience at Artsy.

For the Love of Art: We have relentless curiosity, empathy, and passion for collectors, artists, and the art market.

We are here to make the art world more fair and welcoming.

Own Our Outcomes: We are all individual owners of Artsy’s shared success.

We are resourceful and resilient, and to get the job done, we each take responsibility for our outcomes.

Lead with Openness: We trust in our teammates.

We seek diverse perspectives, communicate authentically, and act with integrity.

A more open art world starts with us.

Transform Together: Our mission asks us to challenge the status quo.

We embrace feedback, learning, and change so that we can transform our industry, our company, and ourselves.

Impact Over Perfection: Using both art and science, we debate and decide swiftly and iterate on our plans as we learn.

To make the biggest impact, we prioritize speed and clarity of action over perfection.

Artsy is an equal opportunity employer.

We value a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture.

We encourage applications from all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, marital status, disability, and veteran status.

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