Joining Collibra's Finance team:

Collibra’s Finance team is united by our relentless focus on building trusted business partnerships, solving difficult business challenges, scaling systems and processes for growth, and making a meaningful impact on our business. 

We embody our values of “We are one Collibra” by working, learning, and having fun together; as well as being “Open, direct and kind” with each other.  We are passionate about the role finance can play in shaping our business, take full ownership over the work we do, and are driven to get things done.

The Sr. Manager, Business Controls at Collibra is responsible for:

  • Lead the implementation of Sarbanes-Oxley Section 404 requirements and the Company’s ongoing SOX controls program which includes but is not limited to scope review, process documentation, evaluation of the effectiveness of key internal controls, identification of control issues, and assessment and remediation of deficiencies
  • Ensure appropriateness of internal control documentation for financial processes, including planning documents, narratives, process maps, walkthroughs, and tests of controls
  • Proactively identify and communicate findings on key risk areas and propose pragmatic recommendations to management; track the remediation and closure of findings
  • Develop and maintain close working relationships with the management teams of all major functional areas as well as external auditor, ensuring a holistic understanding of key risks and processes of the organization
  • Coordinate with the company’s external auditors and consultants to appropriately leverage the work performed and results produced from Internal Audit’s work
  • Review and analyze attestations reports (SSAE18) for service providers
  • Stay current on new technical literature applicable to the internal control process (e.g., PCAOB guidance, SEC, COSO) and emerging trends and best practices around internal controls.

You Have:

  • BA/BS degree in Accounting, Finance or related field is required
  • CPA, CIA, or other relevant professional certification
  • A deep understanding of U.S. GAAP, SEC regulations, COSO, Sarbanes-Oxley Act, and PCAOB auditing standards and experienced in the use of auditing and risk assessment frameworks
  • 7+ years of Sarbanes-Oxley audit experience (internal audit, external audit, or management) in technology industries

You Are:

  • A thoughtful collaborator, team player and keenly focused on process improvements and how internal controls can add value to an organization.
  • Able to “zoom in and out” of details when needed.  You love to “roll up the sleeves” and get into the data, but also are able to look at the big picture when appropriate.
  • An excellent communicator capable of translating complex, nuanced, or detailed analysis into clear, actionable summaries or recommendations.
  • Comfortable in ambiguity, thrive through change, are highly adaptable and can create clarity and focus in a dynamic environment
  • Comfortable working with all levels of an organization and driving change when appropriate.

Reporting to Collibra's VP Controller, Sr. Manager, Business Controls measures of  success are:

  • Within your first month, you will begin to develop strong relationships with your business partners across the organization including Accounting, HR, IT, & Security.  
  • By your third month, you will have made substantial progress on a SOX gap analysis and have identified high risk areas in need of immediate improvement.
  • By your sixth month, you will have become the trusted go-to partner for internal controls and will have helped to build out a risk controls matrix and all related process documentation and workflows.

Benefits at Collibra:

We strive to provide all Collibrians with competitive and cost-efficient benefits that are aligned to our company values. As a high-growth company, our goal is to offer flexibility and choice with our benefits programs to support the evolving needs of our changing workforce. The specific offerings will differ slightly by region but our {Be}well benefit programs encompass the following strategic pillars:

  • {Be}Healthy: Healthcare for yourself and eligible dependents (inclusive of partners/domestic partners), mental health resources and care, tax-advantaged accounts, income protection, discount programs and more! Additionally, we encourage employees to treat their whole self by offering a bi-monthly calendar of events and programming dedicated to our {Be}well initiatives which focus on wellbeing areas including emotional, professional & social, financial, physical, allyship & belonging and giving back.
  • {Be}With Family: We offer multiple types of leave so that you can spend time with loved ones, including parental leave, caregiver leave and our annual family day. These are all complementary to our culture in which we value output over hours!
  • {Be}Kind: Collibra For Good, Unconscious Bias & Allyship training, Manager Racial Injustice training and Collibra-led fundraisers.
  • {Be}Unplugged: Our paid time off programs include vacation, holidays, sick time and compassionate/bereavement leave. We also offer remote-friendly meditation sessions and cooking lessons – all of which you’re actively encouraged to use!
  • {Be}Informed: Competitive compensation, bonus potential, private company equity, merit reviews and promotion cycles, company pension, discounts programs, access to LinkedIn Learning, employee referral program, employee rewards & recognition, development programs and more!
  • {Be}Together: Community and belonging with our Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) and personal interest groups, ERG-driven events, speaker series, and celebrations, a dedicated DEI council, the virtual Collibra cafe, trivia, bingo games and much more! 

When in-person (office) life resumes, we look forward to more snacks, catered lunches, team offsites and social events (think holiday gift exchange, fundraising events, happy hours, celebrations and more)!

Equal Opportunity:

At Collibra, we’re proud to be an equal opportunity employer – which ties directly to our core value, “open, direct, and kind.” We realize the key to creating a company with a world-class culture and employee experience comes from who we hire and creating a workplace that celebrates everyone. 

With this, we proudly consider qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, pregnancy, sex, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, physical or mental disability, HIV status, registered domestic partner status, caregiver status, marital status, veteran or military status, citizenship status or any other legally protected category.