San Francisco, California
Hustle enables organizations to run large-scale text messaging campaigns by empowering their team members and volunteers to efficiently have thousands of personal 1-to-1 conversations.
Conversations driven by our platform are geared towards driving measurable meaningful outcomes such as voter turnout, event attendance, or dollars raised for clients such as PlannedParenthood, Sierra Club, the DNC, large non-profits, unions, and universities, as well as several 2020 presidential candidates.
To do that our team works on building systems that scale up 100x in a matter of hours and which are able to send 100 million messages a day. Our clients’ bursty appetite for Hustle requires that we are able to scale up and down two orders of magnitude quickly and efficiently at the drop of a dime so that they can reach voters, volunteers, benefactors, or attendees at the right time, with the right message, sent by the right person!
Sounds interesting? Keep reading!
Who We’re Looking For
We’re seeking an experienced VP of Finance and Operations with a deep understanding of tech start-ups and SaaS environments. This position, reporting to the CEO (a former CFO), will manage the financial operations of the company including reporting, budgeting and planning, pricing, and will lead the accounting team in maintaining and preparing Company financial statements. You will also have operational experience in deal desk and contract management, and reading and scoping data analytics. As a strong communicator and cross functional partner, you will advance relationships with internal stakeholders and external clients – i.e. you must be service focused. There may also be opportunity to evaluate and integrate acquisitions so experience with M&A is a plus.
What You Get To Do Every Day
What You Bring To The Role
HUSTLE’s Benefits / Perks
Hustle is an excellent team because of the diverse backgrounds of our staff. This includes professional background, subject matter expertise, culture, race/ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, language, political beliefs, and hobbies. We sincerely encourage women, minorities, and people from underrepresented backgrounds to apply.
Only applicants located in the following states will be considered: California, Florida, Massachusetts, Maryland, New York, New Hampshire, Virginia and Washington D.C.
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