Finance Manager

Kuli Kuli, Inc.

About the organization

Kuli Kuli is a rapidly growing startup at the intersection of consumer packaged goods (CPG) and social change. We are creating an international market for Moringa oleifera to improve the livelihoods and health of women and small farmers in the developing world. We sell healthy products made with sustainably sourced moringa from family owned and women-run cooperatives all over the world. Our products are carried in thousands of grocery stores and sold online on Amazon.com and kulikulifoods.com. Kuli Kuli’s mission is to create a world where everyone has access to nutritious sources of food, and malnutrition only exists in history books. We’ve been featured on MSNBC, NBC and in Fast Company for our unique products and compelling social mission.

Duties

Kuli Kuli is looking for a finance and accounting professional interested in bringing her/his talents and passions to build a solid financial foundation for Kuli Kuli to continue our rapid growth. You’ll work directly under the founders to develop and implement the company’s financial strategy and oversee accounting and business planning processes. We are looking for someone with a solid financial background who is interested in growing and learning as Kuli Kuli continues to grow.

The ideal candidate has excellent numerical and quantitative skills; experience creating and maintaining financial models, and a strong background in accounting. Keys to success will be an obsessive attention to detail, excellent communication skills, and a can-do attitude. This individual must be resourceful in handling project roadblocks, a strong executor, and ready to take on additional responsibilities as the company scales.

Accounting Oversight - ensure proper accounting controls in place, implement & maintain the chart of accounts, advise on accounting processes: monthly close, AR, AP, accruals, cash management, etc.

Financial Planning - create and maintain business and operating models, oversee budgeting processes, implement advanced financial reporting.

Finance Partners - work with creditors to implement reporting, co-lead board meeting preparations for finance materials, manage financial partner relations.

Qualifications

FP&A, investment banking, or business administration experience.

Demonstrated strategic thinker regarding competitive strategy, business models, and financial management.

Bachelor's degree in finance or accounting.

Strong Excel skills & knowledge of financial reporting.

Ability to review data, analyze and present data to inform management decisions.

Unshakable positivity with an eagerness to take on additional responsibilities.

Excitement about health, organic food and global development.

Culturally inquisitive.

Eagerness to grow and seek to take on additional responsibilities.

Application instructions

Please apply through our website or the provided link with your resume and cover letter.

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