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Job Locations US-MN-Minneapolis
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(4/5/2024 4:06 PM)
FP&A Intern *Hiring for Summer 2024!*    SPS Commerce Finance department is looking for an undergraduate or graduate student to contribute to finance projects on our financial planning and analysis team. The internship will give exposure to a key elements of the FP&A function. The internship program will provide the student with relevant skills in a variety of finance functions via on-the-job training.   Why SPS? We solve retail supply chain problems by cutting through inefficiency with innovation and automation. At SPS we empower retailers, suppliers, distributors, grocers and logistics partners to work better together with our people, our process and our tech products.  We have the world’s largest retail network, and we don’t just lead the industry, we are the industry. At SPS, we believe every employee makes a difference. We ensure employees have the tools, resources and training to explore new ideas and execute them. Our success comes from playing as a team and always playing to win. Careers don’t just grow here, they’re made here.   Essential Job Functions - Responsible for leading a process improvement initiative related to forecasting and strategic planning - Collaborate with finance stakeholders across the organization to enhance reporting capabilities and efficiency - Support the overall Finance team data strategy by using financial tools (i.e. Anaplan or Power BI – we will coach you!) - Lead a finance project which will be presented to Finance and SPS leadership - Other items as assigned - Available to work 40 hours per week   Knowledge / Skills / Abilities - Tactfully interact and communicate effectively both orally and in writing - Confidence in analytical and problem solving skills - Ability to provide succinct actionable summaries for supervisor review - Solid understanding of core financial concepts - Demonstrative behaviors around integrity, confidentiality, accuracy, curiosity, self-driven initiative, collaboration, relationship building, and internal/external customer engagement - Must be available to work June 3rd, 2024 through August 23rd, 2024 and be a commutable distance from Minneapolis, MN. This is a hybrid role and the team will meet on-site in Minneapolis on a weekly basis - Ability to evaluate reports and spreadsheets   Experience / Education - Current enrollment in an accredited undergraduate or graduate program with a major in Finance, Accounting, or Business-related field - Experience with Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, Word, and Outlook *EEO including disability/ veteran* SPS Commerce offers a comprehensive package of benefits including health, dental, vision, disability and life insurance, paid time-off, 401(k), health and flexible spending accounts, stock purchase plan and more.
Job ID
2024-8548
Category
Finance & Accounting
FTE Status
Full-time
Job Locations US-MN-Minneapolis
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(4/3/2024 3:26 PM)
** Please note this is a hybrid role based out of our office in downtown Minneapolis, MN**      We are seeking a seasoned professional to serve as the Director, Accounting Operations Shared Services. In this role, you will be responsible for developing and overseeing the strategic direction and day-to-day operations of our accounting operations shared services function. This is a new senior leadership role in the organization responsible for leading the customer billing and global payment operations areas. The new Accounting Operations Shared Services combines many aspects of our customer billing and vendor payment areas, including, but not limited to, customer billing, cash receipt/application, vendor payment and expense reimbursements. This leader will be instrumental to leading a team of professionals in achieving consistent global practices and maximizing the use of processes and systems to achieve a high-level of operating performance, compliance and accuracy in each of these areas. This leader will proactively partner closely with cross-functional stakeholders, including finance, sales, operations, legal, and IT teams, to ensure alignment of accounting shared services activities with business objectives and priorities. A successful candidate will have an ability to work in a fast-paced environment and thoroughly understand the business and operating model in order to lead these areas effectively. We are a high growth organization with growth coming organically and through business development activities both domestically and across the globe. This is an excellent opportunity for someone to join a company on a significant growth journey, where you will be an agent for change and expansion of the Company’s capabilities in billings and payments.      Why SPS?    - SPS currently runs the largest and most relied upon Retail Network with thousands of  trading partners using our technology every day to perform critical business processes.  You can be part of the journey to open that network up to software partners across the globe by unlocking our capabilities through APIs.  - We are a technology centric organization – we expect our leaders and our technologists to be informed on emerging technology trends and product capabilities.  - We invest in our teams – whether it be conferences or leaderships development, we believe in providing the foundation for your growth.      Day to Day   - Provide superior leadership to the enterprise-wide customer billing and vendor payment processes, including customer billing, accounts receivable, accounts payable and expense reimbursement teams. - Provide visionary leadership to the accounting shared services team, fostering a culture of collaboration, innovation, and continuous improvement. - Develop and implement strategic plans, objectives, and initiatives for the accounting shared services function aligned with the company's overall financial and operating objectives. - Establish performance metrics and key performance indicators (KPIs) to measure the effectiveness and efficiency of accounting operations shared services operations. - Ensure compliance with accounting standards, regulations, and internal controls, and drive process improvements to enhance efficiency and accuracy. - Ensure compliance with vendor contracts, purchase orders, and payment terms, and establish and maintain strong internal controls to mitigate risk and prevent fraud. - Stay abreast of regulatory changes and industry best practices related to accounts payable, and implement necessary changes to ensure compliance and optimize processes. - Implement technologies and automation solutions to optimize invoice processing and payment disbursement, enhance efficiency, and reduce costs. - Oversee customer invoicing processes, ensuring accuracy, timeliness, and compliance with contract terms and regulatory requirements. - Monitor accounts receivable aging reports, analyze trends, and implement strategies to reduce DSO (Days Sales Outstanding) and improve cash flow. - Implement controls and procedures to mitigate billing errors, minimize disputes, and optimize cash flow. - Enhance the financial performance of the Company by analyzing and interpreting financial data and reporting to senior management - Build and maintain strong relationships with internal stakeholders, including senior leadership across finance, sales, operations, and legal. - Build and maintain strong relationships with external stakeholders, including auditors, regulatory bodies, vendors, customers, and service providers. - Serve as a subject matter expert on accounting shared services matters, providing guidance and support to stakeholders as needed in order to develop a positive and collaborative relationship. - Develop future financial and controllership leaders through talent development, training and mentoring of individuals.   Required Skills   - Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance or related field. - Minimum 12 years of relevant experience with at least 5 years management experience. - Proven track record of innovation and continuous improvement. Project management and/or experience leveraging technology to drive process improvements and efficiencies. - Demonstrated, strong leadership experience (formal or informal). Ability to develop and motivate teams and provide strategic direction for them. - Understanding of revenue recognition requirements and ability to apply them effectively in their areas to support a high level of compliance while maximizing contracts. - Excellent organizational, critical thinking and problem-solving skills and strong attention to detail - Strong oral and written communication skills with a highly collaborative communication style and practice - Passionate about meeting the needs and expectations of a customer - Bias for continuous improvement with demonstrated experience and successes in change management - Astute at making financially sound decisions - Experience managing third-party vendors - Strong interpersonal skills with demonstrated ability to build cross-functional relationships - Proven competence with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook) - Experience using large Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and other related and necessary systems to support these functions.   SPS Commerce offers a comprehensive package of benefits including health, dental, vision, disability, and life insurance, paid time-off, 401(k), health and flexible spending accounts, stock purchase plan and more.    ** EOE including disability / veteran **
Job ID
2024-8524
Category
Finance & Accounting
FTE Status
Full-time
Job Locations US-MN-Minneapolis
Posted Date 1 month ago(3/5/2024 6:49 PM)
As Sr. Corporate Attorney, Employment Law, you will be responsible for managing all aspects of employment law and related compliance for SPS Commerce across its US and international jurisdictions. This will include partnering with Human Resources to provide day-to-day employment law advice; supporting all employment related policies and compliance initiatives; performing employment law and compliance due diligence on acquisitions and managing employment litigation. This role will require strong partnership with, and counseling of, Human Resources leadership and other key stakeholders; drafting employment-related agreements and policies; and, reviewing and advising on employment related regulations. This role will report to the Vice President, General Counsel.   Does this sound like you? - You want to manage the employment law function for an organization – partnering with Human Resources Leaders to ensure global human resources compliance. - You are a strategic thought partner and trusted advisor for Human Resource. - Working for a small legal team in a quickly growing organization excites you. - Managing employment relations issues and employment litigation is one of your strengths. - You are comfortable advising internal leaders on risk. Why SPS?   - We solve retail supply chain problems by cutting through inefficiency with innovation and automation. At SPS we empower retailers, suppliers, distributors, grocers and logistics partners to work better together with our people, our process and our tech products.  We have the world’s largest retail network, and we don’t just lead the industry, we are the industry. - At SPS, we believe every employee makes a difference. We ensure employees have the tools, resources and training to explore new ideas and execute them. Our success comes from playing as a team and always playing to win. Careers don’t just grow here, they’re made here.    Day to Day - Advise on employment matters, both domestically and internationally, including state and federal compliance (e.g., ADA, ADEA, FMLA, FLSA, and state/municipal equivalents), disciplinary actions, wage & hour issues, investigations, disability and other accommodations, and position eliminations. - Actively monitor new laws, regulations and decisions affecting the substantive areas of employment law, including employment-related privacy regulations, and provide strategic advice to the Legal and HR teams, as well as other key stakeholders. - Support Human Resources on a wide-variety of employment compliance programs and related reporting. - Draft and negotiate employment-related agreements, including severance, new-hire documentation and other agreements. - Draft employee-facing policies, handbooks and other resources, including checklists, processes, templates and forms. - Support resolution of federal, state and local agency claims and charges. - Support resolution of employment arbitrations and litigation matters, including the selection and management of outside counsel. - Provide employment law support for acquisitions. - Design and present training on employment law matters. - Manage all employment related disputes and litigation matters. Minimum Requirements - At least 10+ total years of relevant employment law experience, including 5+ years in-house employment law experience partnering with business, HR and legal stakeholders on employment law matters. - Strong knowledge of employment laws and regulations across multiple jurisdictions - Experience partnering with global stakeholders on employment law issues across multiple jurisdictions. - Experience with employment law related diligence and transactional support on acquisitions, domestic and international. - Prior management of outside counsel on employment-related matters - Excellent oral and written communication and interpersonal/relationship-building skills including the ability to communicate legal considerations to non-lawyers - Highly responsive, flexible, collaborative and service-oriented attitude - Capacity to multi-task and handle unanticipated situations and effectively work under pressure - Good business judgment and sound decision-making - Must have a JD degree from an accredited law school - Must be a member in good standing of the applicable state bar (Minnesota) SPS Commerce offers a comprehensive package of benefits including health, dental, vision, disability and life insurance, paid time-off, 401(k), health and flexible spending accounts, stock purchase plan and more.   EOE including disability/ veteran
Job ID
2024-8469
Category
Finance & Accounting
FTE Status
Full-time
Job Locations US-MN-Minneapolis
Posted Date 1 month ago(3/5/2024 6:32 PM)
As a Corporate Attorney for SPS Commerce, you would be responsible for owning the preparation, review, and negotiation of customer/sales contracts with our sales department, vendor contracts, and other company agreements, and will drive process improvement to achieve greater efficiencies in contract management. You would also be responsible for the Company’s privacy compliance program and will partner with the technology and security teams to support the Company’s cybersecurity program and related technology initiatives. In addition, you would partner with the General Counsel and other leadership to oversee risk management and integrate risk management into the business.     In this role you would frequently interact with customers, vendors, and all internal departments, and will provide legal guidance within the organization on a variety of legal, risk and compliance-related topics. The ideal candidate will have the ability and desire to work directly with customers and internal team members in a busy, fast-paced environment and handle a high level of responsibility in closely collaborative relationships.   Does this sound like you? - You are a strategic thought partner and trusted advisor for sales in negotiating and executing contracts. - You enjoy partnering with technology on security, privacy and data initiatives. - Working for a small legal team in a quickly growing organization excites you. - You are comfortable advising internal leaders on risk. Why SPS?   - We solve retail supply chain problems by cutting through inefficiency with innovation and automation. At SPS we empower retailers, suppliers, distributors, grocers and logistics partners to work better together with our people, our process and our tech products.  We have the world’s largest retail network, and we don’t just lead the industry, we are the industry. - At SPS, we believe every employee makes a difference. We ensure employees have the tools, resources and training to explore new ideas and execute them. Our success comes from playing as a team and always playing to win. Careers don’t just grow here, they’re made here.    Day to Day - Partner with the sales department to on customer contract review and negotiation, working proactively to drive resolution of customer contracts in a timely and professional manner. Engage in negotiations with customers on contract terms and conditions. - Review vendor contracts and partner with the Corporate Paralegal to enhance the vendor contract management process. - Update, as necessary, all standard contracts and forms (e.g. customer contract templates and forms; vendor contract templates and forms), ensuring proper version control and distribution to the teams as appropriate, including rollout and training on updated forms and templates. - Advise on domestic and international privacy laws and regulations, including state specific privacy regulations, GDPR and other international privacy laws. - Manage the SPS privacy compliance program, including education and training on compliance with the Company’s privacy program. - Act as lead attorney supporting the technology and security teams on the Company’s cybersecurity program and other technology initiatives, including those relating to the Company’s management and use of data. - Support the General Counsel and other senior leadership on the Company’s risk management processes and policies and the integration of such processes and policies throughout the business. - Proactively partner with a wide variety of business leaders to drive company projects and initiatives.   Minimum Requirements - J.D. and active Minnesota license to practice law required, with 5+ years of in-house and/or law firm experience, with at least 2+ years of in-house experience. - Strong knowledge of contract law and privacy laws across multiple jurisdictions. - Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail with ability to manage competing priorities and demands with minimal supervision. - Ability to communicate and negotiate effectively verbally and in writing - Prior customer service and/or project management experience - Demonstrated knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook)   SPS Commerce offers a comprehensive package of benefits including health, dental, vision, disability and life insurance, paid time-off, 401(k), health and flexible spending accounts, stock purchase plan and more.   EOE including disability/ veteran
Job ID
2024-8468
Category
Finance & Accounting
FTE Status
Full-time

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