We are looking for a Manager of Finance & Strategy who will play a critical role on a team that combines strategy, analytics and financial analyses to enable the Company to scale successfully. This role will support VideoAmp to accelerate the sustainable growth of our business model by identifying relevant investment opportunities, economic effects of a set of decisions, along with the associated trade-offs. Reporting to the Senior Director of Finance & Strategy, the Manager of Finance & Strategy will be responsible for providing strategic recommendations supported by relevant analyses to drive executive decisions tied to investments, capital allocation, business transformation, pricing and key unit economics. The Manager of Finance and Strategy will provide regular reporting through various financial and analytic models at different granularity levels to drive operational and strategic insights.
On top of financial modeling mastery, this position requires excellent communication skills to support the inherent exposure to key stakeholders within and around the company (CFO, CEO, CRO, Corporate Development and investors). Additionally, we are looking for someone who is comfortable performing in a fast-paced, ambiguous working environment and driven to solve problems.
You are passionate about all things data and tech. You have knowledge of or a high interest in the linear and digital advertising space. You are accomplished in the areas of finance, strategy and analysis ready to support the objectives of a highly cross-functional, fast-growing organization.
The VideoAmp Platform enables advertisers to optimize their entire portfolio of linear TV, OTT and digital video to business outcomes, measuring how their ads performed against metrics that matter. Powered by the largest, highest quality commingled TV datasets and data science methodologies built from the ground up, we have created a privacy-compliant suite of solutions for advertisers, agencies and publishers to discover, amplify and analyze the entire path to conversion.