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Financial Controller

Redemption Plus  is seeking someone who’s fiercely passionate about digging into the numbers and with the ability to see the big picture. This forward-thinking financial strategist will maximize the return on assets by establishing financial policies, procedures, controls and reporting systems. We are also looking for someone who can potentially grow further into a member of our strategic leadership team, as we continue to grow our company. If this sounds like your dream job, please read on.

Our Financial Controller will support our company by working behind the scenes and keeping a watchful, perceptive eye on company finances. All while managing the day-to-day accounting operations of the company, including the production of financial reports, maintenance of accounting records, and a comprehensive set of controls and budgets designed to mitigate risk, enhance the accuracy of the company’s reported financial results and ensure that reported results comply with generally accepted accounting principles.

Placement Criteria:

Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, 10-15 years of accounting experience, 5+ years as a Controller or suitable combination of education and relevant experience. CPA certification is preferred, but not required.

Talented in synthesizing trends from complex data. Extensive knowledge in GAAP, and must be skilled at managing/developing processes, financial software (Sage ERP preferred, although not required), developing standards, audit, accounting, corporate finance, tracking budget expenses, financial skills, analyzing information, developing budgets, and performance management, with a proven history of successful and profitable operational results.

Experience living and modeling our leadership qualities and behaviors – Accountability, Discipline, Flexibility, Communicative, Courage, Tenacity & Patience, Humility, Presence, Responsibility, Empathy and Servant Leadership.

Essential Functions:

  • Guides financial decisions by establishing, documenting, and enforcing policies and procedures;
  • Oversee the operations of the finance department, achieving department goals and metrics;
  • Prepare all G/L entries in support of month-end close including supporting documentation, reconciliations, and reporting package;
  • Responsible for cash forecasting and cash management;
  • Prepare audit schedules and oversight over this process;
  • Leads the Finance team by training, developing, mentoring, and holding team members accountable to results.

Beyond the technical responsibilities, we’re looking for someone who is self-motivated, and collaborative. We want to meet someone that has a positive attitude and desire to make a meaningful impact to our culture and through their work and leadership. Strong verbal and written communication skills and a life-long learner mindset will make a promising candidate.

Redemption Plus providing toys, novelties and services to the Family & Bowling Entertainment industry since 1996, is a one-of-a-kind organization where enthusiastic, caring people lead full lives by bridging their professional and personal worlds. We don’t have jobs and just show up for work each day.  Rather, we invest our time in developing ourselves and building our company – helping each become the best they can be. We embrace innovation, hard work and high performance, positive attitudes, open and honest conversations.

It is our mission to help customers win by relentlessly driving out costly waste and rework, while simultaneously discovering impactful insights. Every action, every decision, every word we speak should fulfill our purpose: “Enriching lives through insights that empower.”


Competitive salary dependent on experience with career development opportunities, full-time and a comprehensive benefit package.

In addition to Health, Dental, Vision, Short/Long Term Disability and Life Insurance, 401(k) with company match, generous paid time off (including 20 days of PTO, 8 paid Holidays and 3 days of Charitable Paid Time Off each full year), we also offer a medical benefits concierge service, an array of healthy lifestyle programs on-site (daily chef prepared meals, workout facility, workout classes, meditation classes, chair massages, and so much more).

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