International Accounting Manager FireEye
THIS JOB HAS EXPIRED FireEye is the leading provider of next-generation threat protection focused on combating advanced malware, zero-day and targeted APT attacks. FireEye's solutions supplement security defenses such as traditional and next-generation firewalls, IPS, antivirus and Web gateways, which can't stop advanced malware. These technologies leave significant security holes in the majority of corporate networks. FireEye's Malware Protection Systems feature both inbound and outbound protection and a signature-less analysis engine that utilizes the most sophisticated virtual execution engine in the world to stop advanced threats that attack over Web and email. Our customers include enterprises and mid-sized companies across every industry as well as Federal agencies. Based in Milpitas, California.
Join one of the hottest and fastest growing network security start-ups in Silicon Valley. FireEye is backed by pre-eminent investors Sequoia Capital, Norwest Venture Partners and Juniper Networks and is experiencing explosive growth as it redefines the $20B+ security landscape to combat the next generation of cyber-attacks.
Partner with the Sr. Corporate Accounting Manager on the consolidated monthly close activities.
Ensure that financial records are maintained in US dollars and local currency to generate accurate and timely reports for a wide variety of external and internal users including local and corporate management.
Responsible for oversight of all inter-company transactions, including compliance with Inter-company Transfer Pricing agreements, as well as the completeness and accuracy of the Inter-company accounts.
Interact and provide support to senior managers in the foreign location.
Coordinate with external auditors, outside legal counsel, internal legal, FP&A, accounting, and executive management for international subsidiary statutory audits and US audit;
Assist with the filing of the statutory financial statements with international regulatory/government bodies and coordination with our external service providers to fulfill local statutory reporting requirements, including local tax filings.
Responsible for serving as main point of contact to foreign subsidiaries for all financial matters, to identify and help resolve operational, financial and strategic issues that impact the Company.
Collaborate and assist with other groups and/or departments to assist with implementing Company goals and objectives for its international operations.
Responsible for various external reporting requirements as needed.
5-7 years of management with strong relationship development and people management skills.
Experience with business process improvement
Enterprise systems experience required, preferably on Oracle Financial Software
Experience with the control, maintenance, and design of a consolidated chart of accounts and reporting system.
Results orientation with an ability to collaborate with different individuals across the organization, and ?roll-up the sleeves? in order to accomplish all necessary tasks.
Bachelor?s degree in Accounting or Finance; CPA considered a plus.
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