Director of Financial Planning
We are looking for an outstanding finance professional to play a wide-ranging role helping build Automattic and WordPress.com. You will work directly with key leaders across our company, including our CFO and CEO, to help drive high-quality business and financial decisions. You’ll build and maintain the forecast for our multifaceted, multinational business. You’ll lead financing, M&A, and other transactions globally, and support our existing investors.
The ideal candidate:
- Is detail-oriented and meticulous, able to build on that foundation to provide high-level insights and strategic advice.
- Has a strong skill base developed in investment banking, consulting, or a similar analytical environment.
- Loves the idea of working directly with large datasets and SQL.
- Has a passion for and experience in lean, fast-growing, fast-paced organizations.
- Is fluent in the financial and operating metrics of software as a service (SaaS), subscription, or freemium businesses.
How to Apply
Does this sound interesting? If yes, please send a short email to jobs @ this domain telling us about yourself and attach a résumé. Let us know what you can contribute to the team. Include the title of the position you’re applying for and your name in the subject. Proofread! Make sure you spell and capitalize WordPress and Automattic correctly. We are lucky to receive hundreds of applications for every position, so try to make your application stand out. If you apply for multiple positions or send multiple emails there will be one reply.
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To increase your chances of standing out, please address some or all of following in your application:
- In one sentence, how would you describe the Automattic business model to someone who isn’t familiar with the company?
- What’s your favorite SaaS metric for a business like wordpress.com? Why?
- Tell us about an interesting analysis problem you’ve worked on. What made it interesting to you?