Finance & Accounting

Hungry. Open. Teachable.

About Emmersion

Why Emmersion’s Finance & Accounting Team?

Taking part in the early stages of a high-growth company like Emmersion means collaborating on a variety of financial responsibilities. Unlike other larger established companies where your work is often siloed and visibility is limited, a spot on this team means partnering with executives throughout all areas of the business. You aren’t just a cog in a wheel; you are the engine that helps drive financial organization and success throughout the company. Even though we are small, our hypergrowth means you will tackle some more in-depth and challenging opportunities as time progresses. Your presence is immediately felt!

Key Responsibilities

We are constantly looking for problem-solvers who are ready to add their expertise to big-picture problems and solutions. You do not need to know everything, but you must be driven, humble, and willing to learn. On-the-job training can fix most problems, but we cannot change attitude. We believe it is just fine to have different perspectives and personalities as long as you are open and hungry to learn! Key responsibilities include:

  • Complex analytics with tools such as SQL, Looker, Python, and Excel (experience requirements vary by position)
  • SOX compliance
  • Reconciliations
  • Journal entries
  • Financial modeling and analysis
  • Budgeting and forecasting
  • Purchasing
  • Asset management

Important Characteristics to Success

Company culture is very important to us, and we believe it should be intentional and polarizing. We only want to attract Team Players, Entrepreneurs, Solutioneers, and Truth Seekers, so we compensate and reward each other based on how we represent these company values. Plus, we only plan activities and initiatives that further strengthen our culture. Other important characteristics to success in finance and accounting include:

  • Being a soundboard for Skip’s new board game ideas
  • Holding your own at the ping pong table
  • Being a self-starter
  • Having an entrepreneurial mindset
  • Being proactive—this is not an environment of micromanagement
  • Being humble—it’s okay to be wrong; own it and learn from the mistakes
  • Being able to embrace failure

Now hiring hungry, open, teachable people.  See open positions ›

Now hiring hungry, open, teachable people.  See open positions ›