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Senior Manager, Financial Systems

Role: Full-time

About Plenty

We are on a mission to grow plenty of fresh food for everyone, everywhere.  We are building the world’s largest, most technologically advanced, indoor vertical farms.  Using a fraction of the land and water outdoor farms need, our farms are designed to secure our food future. 

Our people and teams are how we make our mission possible. We are passionate about our contributions to Plenty, the communities around us and our planet, but never take ourselves too seriously. We’re down to earth, we grow together, and we always find a way.  Join us as we rewrite the rules of agriculture, and we’ll bet our berries you’ll be rewarded with innovative and collaborative teammates, a supportive environment, diverse career opportunities and meaningful work.

About the role

Plenty is looking for a Senior Manager, Financial Systems to join our Accounting & Finance team. The Finance team is responsible for cash management, fundraising, accounting, financial systems, budgeting, analysis, investor relations and strategic planning for this exciting Ag-tech startup.  In this role, you will report to the Senior Director of Financial Systems and be responsible for building and managing a team which delivers solutions within the financial systems landscape as guided by company objectives.  You will also liaise with cross functional teams (e.g., Supply Chain, Sales Operations, Farm Operations, People, and Information Technology) to help users extract the most value from our systems.

In addition to personnel, program, and project management, you will assist with day-to-day, “lights-on” configuration and maintenance responsibilities, as well as helping to drive and implement process and system improvements within the organization.  Leveraging business systems analysts, administrators, and third party consultants, you will be integral to the overall development, delivery, maintenance, continuity and support of our core financial systems. Successful candidates will have worked in fast paced organizations with rapid growth and frequent change.

What you'll do

  • Lead business systems analysts, developers, and other third party consultants to deliver solutions related to financial systems
  • Deliver high-quality, expert assistance to users through problem identification, analysis, and solution proposals
  • Lead system enhancement projects from concept through support, including requirements definition, implementation tasks, and testing
  • Work on NetSuite configuration changes to fields, workflows, roles/permissions, page layouts, custom objects, custom record types, reports and dashboards
  • Perform minor configuration changes and general administrative tasks within our other landscape applications, including Coupa and Concur
  • Interact with SaaS (Software as a Service) vendor technical support teams to initiate, monitor, and ultimately resolve system issues
  • Collaborate with internal and external business partners to analyze and document processes and identify opportunities for improvement
  • Drive regular testing cycles through planning, execution, and functional administration of our test management software, SpiraTest
  • Travel <15% on an ad-hoc basis to support projects as needed

What you'll bring to the table

  • 4+ years of NetSuite experience (or equivalent SaaS Enterprise Resource Planning application) in a multi-subsidiary environment
  • Demonstrated experience in General Ledger, Receivables, Payables, Fixed Assets, and Inventory Management features and functionality
  • Strong knowledge of overall finance business processes
  • Ability to work autonomously, run and lead small to medium projects or parts of larger programs requiring program management involvement
  • Leadership and management skills which embrace Plenty’s critical standards and core values
  • Outstanding analytical skills and technical aptitude
  • Education or experience equivalent to a Bachelor’s Degree in Management Information Systems, Accounting or a similar field 

Type of role

Full-Time; Remote

What we can offer 

  • Compensation; we’ll pay you a competitive salary, give you a stake in the company via equity and contribute toward your 401K 
  • Health & well-being; we’ll invest in your physical and mental well-being with comprehensive medical, dental, & vision benefits, in-office gyms, and an Employee Assistance Program to help with mental health, financial & legal matters 
  • Food; in-office lunches, snacks and access to our leafy greens & new produce in development -- are you up for a side gig as a taste tester?
  • Grow together; learning & development opportunities including unlimited access to our Upstart University platform, LinkedIn Learning, lunch & learns, training certifications, and more
  • Equipment; we’ll provide you with the equipment you need to be successful, including $75/month toward your phone bill and $250 every 2 years to upgrade your phone
  • Paid time off; we know you’ll do your best if you’re taking time to recharge, so we don’t cap the amount of days you can take off per year in addition to the paid holidays we observe
  • Parental leave; 12 weeks off for all new parents - fully paid so you can focus your energy on your newest addition 

Food & Safety Requirements

  • Comply with all Plant, State and Federal OSHA, EPA, FDA, HACCP, and SQF regulations
  • All applicants must be 18 years or older to apply

If you reside in California, Colorado, New York, or Washington please send an email to [email protected] to receive compensation information for this role.