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Job Locations US-MN-Minneapolis
Posted Date 1 month ago(1/25/2024 9:02 AM)
** Please note this is a hybrid role based out of our office in downtown Minneapolis, MN**      The Director, Risk and Controls is a senior leadership level role in the organization leading the delivery and management of the enterprise-wide, global internal controls program to achieve a high-level of SOX compliance and internal business benefits. This includes oversight of both business and IT controls necessary to establishing and maintaining an effectives system of internal controls in accordance with SOX standards and the COSO framework.  In this people manager role, you will lead a team as you partner with internal and external stakeholders to ensure process and guidelines are not only being followed but elevated.        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    A successful candidate will have deep experience in compliance and leading teams through maturation of a global internal controls program, development of an Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) program and beginning to develop Internal Audit. A strong leader with an ability to thoroughly understand the organization, its business strategies and its current and future key risks will be critical to helping us execute on a suite of compliance programs to promote success.  Working with partners throughout the enterprise, your team will help modernize our financial controls as our processes and technologies evolve with our fast-paced business – while ensuring that solutions are compliant with Sarbanes Oxley and other regulatory requirements. This position will be key in the leadership, innovation, governance, and management necessary to identify, evaluate, mitigate, and monitor the company's operational, financial and strategic risks.  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 internal controls program in strategic collaboration with other risk management leaders, as well as control process owners throughout the Company.    - Own the Global Internal Controls Program, ensuring it fully meets or exceeds SOX compliance requirements and internal expectations. This individual should lead the design, maintenance and evolution of a system of internal controls that continuously meets our significantly growing and changing business requirements.  - Assess the appropriateness and completeness of key enterprise risks and controls. Ensure programs are designed and in place to mitigate these risks timely and comprehensively.   - Drive expansion and act as a change manager of the financial control’s suite to organizational leaders within and outside of Finance.  - Continue to mature the financial controls program, by providing guidance on best practices regarding control design and implementation to the Control Process Owners.  - Lead the team to assure controls design, operating effectiveness and testing approach strongly supports external audit and industry standards (including PCAOB) and allows for reliance by the external auditors.  - Establish a more robust scoping and enterprise risk assessment (ERA) process to identify emerging areas of financial controls risk, proactively monitoring changes that may impact the design and/or operating effectiveness of internal controls. Partner with the Corporate Controller and General Counsel in the development of Enterprise Risk Management (ERM).  - Design and propose a strategy to begin documenting and expanding the internal controls program to compliance and operational controls, in conjunction with other SPS leaders involved in risk management, to commence initial internal audit activities.  - Partner with the SPS Chief Information Security Officer and other IT Leaders to improve documentation and controls over the General Information Technology Controls program, as information sources continue to grow and evolve, safeguarding our customer’s trust on our products and investor’s trust in our financial reports.  - Coordinate management’s SOX 404 process controls documentation and review controls to ensure adequate design and identification of key and non-key controls for critical processes/ accounts including rationalizing and optimizing controls through automation.  - Implement a strong process for identified control deficiencies to monitor control deficiencies, evaluate potential reporting impact of any deficiencies, and coordinate with control owners on remediation plans, holding people accountable to agreed deadlines on corrective actions.  - Create and deliver governance and oversight reporting on status and internal control related topics to executive leadership.  - Develop strong relationship with senior leaders across the enterprise and proactively partner with them to achieve shared business goals.  - Facilitate group-wide training to interested and impacted stakeholders to ensure compliance with the SOX program office policies/procedures and regulatory standards.  - Lead continued growth and expansion of the internal controls team; provide balanced workloads, training, coaching, goal setting and performance reviews.  - Maintain positive and collaborative relationships with the business unit team members, management and with external auditors.     Required Skills    - Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance or related field.  - Minimum 10 years of relevant experience with at least 3 years management experience.  - Strategic thinker who can support the organization in short and long-range planning.  - Proven track record of innovation and continuous improvement.  - Demonstrated, strong leadership experience (formal or informal). Ability to develop and motivate teams and provide strategic direction for them.  - Specific leadership experience leading public company compliance functions.     Preferred Experience     - Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), Certified Public Accountant (CPA), and/or Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA).  - Deep understanding of risk management methodologies, frameworks, and principles (i.e., SOX, COSO, NIST)  - Experience developing and/or leading Enterprise Risk Management programs.  - Highly collaborative communication style and practice  - Strong critical thinking and issue resolution skills  - Must possess excellent organizational skills and attention to detail  - Strong interpersonal skills with demonstrated ability to build cross-functional relationships    Click on the link below to watch a brief introduction video of our Finance team! https://www.linkedin.com/company/sps-commerce/life/sps-finance-team/       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
2024-8348
Category
Finance & Accounting
FTE Status
Full-time
Job Locations US-MN-Minneapolis
Posted Date 1 month ago(1/25/2024 12:30 PM)
SPS Commerce is growing- We are looking for a Senior Accountant to join our Finance team. In this role you will prepare monthly accounting entries and ensure accuracy in accounting for share based compensation and related tax matters. This role offers an opportunity to work in a dynamic environment at a company on a huge growth trajectory. Leverage your accounting expertise and make a significant impact on the company’s financial operations.     Why join 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.   The Day-to-Day   As a Senior Accountant at SPS Commerce, you will prepare monthly stock-based compensation and exercise journal entries and related reporting requirements, forecast and analysis. You will be responsible for managing our global stock plan, including all aspects of recordkeeping, accounting, reporting, and reconciliation. You will process stock plan transactions, help educate employees about their awards, and collaborate with various functional groups to ensure the smooth operation of our stock plan programs.   - Calculate, analyze, and record the monthly stock and other variable compensation expense and stock activity in the general ledger; prepare related account reconciliations - Possess an understanding of the related accounting, legal, and tax implications of each stock plan transaction - Prepare monthly, quarterly, and annual reporting used for tax and payroll reporting, as well public SEC filings (e.g., Proxy, 10-K) - Prepare stock and other variable compensation forecasts used by FP&A and leadership - Administer the Company’s global stock plan that offers several award types (e.g., restricted stock units, options, performance stock, deferred stock units) and an employee stock purchase plan (ESPP) - Process stock plan transactions including new grants, vesting activity, option exercises, ESPP enrollment, and stock purchases - Confidentially and accurately maintain employee compensation, personal information, and transaction records in the stock plan databases - Ensure compliance with all stock plan related reporting requirements (e.g., Section 16 filings; foreign reporting), as well as compliance with Company stock plan rules and policies (e.g., Company’s insider trading policy) - Collaborate with Company’s HR, Legal, FP&A, Tax, and Payroll functions, as well as stock plan vendors - Lead communication efforts and education for employees for stock compensation and ESPP, including live and online training sessions - Conduct research and manage projects related to stock plan and variable compensation - This is a Hybrid role based in Minneapolis, MN. You will be in the office approx 1-2 days per week.   Education and Experience   - Bachelor's degree in finance, accounting or relevant field of study and a minimum of 5 years of related experience OR a Master's degree and 3 years of experience; OR equivalent combination of education and experience - Strong understanding of relevant U.S. GAAP accounting and SEC regulations related to equity/stock administration, including knowledge of ASC718 - Experience with equity plan administration, including restricted stock awards (RSAs), restricted stock units (RSUs), performance stock units (PSUs) and employee stock purchase plans (ESPP) preferred - Ability to communicate effectively with employees at all levels in the organization - Demonstrated ability to maintain the confidentiality of sensitive information - Knowledge of stock plans, stock awards, and related accounting and administration - Knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and Outlook) - Experience with Stock Plan Administration Software (Shareworks) preferred     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        #LI-HYBRID
Job ID
2023-7989
Category
Finance & Accounting
FTE Status
Full-time

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