Manager, External Financial Reporting

Accounting/AuditingRemote, United States


At Torrid, we're committed to cultivating a welcoming, inclusive and diverse culture driven by a focus on open dialogue, empowerment, recruiting, training, development and retention. We believe inclusion of diverse backgrounds and perspectives is fundamental to our success.  
This role provides support to the external financial reporting team for timely and accurate external financial reporting to stakeholders in accordance with US GAAP. Serves as a resource for technical accounting matters. Identifies, monitors, and analyzes accounting issues/developments that could impact the Company. This position reports to the Director, External Financial Reporting.   
What You’ll Do:    
  • Supports the external (quarterly and annual) review/audit process and liaises with external auditors and consultants.
  • Assists with the preparation and filing of the quarterly, annual, and current reports (Forms 10-Q, 10-K and 8-K) accurately in a timely manner in accordance with US GAAP, including XBRL tagging and EDGAR filing.
  • Responsible for the collection and review of data to support the information included in the quarterly and annual filings, helps populate the disclosures and liaises with the various departments within the Company to ensure the underlying support documentation is complete and accurate.
  • Assist the Internal Audit department in planning, facilitating, and managing the group’s internal controls and programs across the Company, focusing on compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX). 
  • Identifies areas for business/financial accuracy, process, and efficiency improvements and works with all levels of management to implement change as appropriate.
  • Possesses a deep knowledge of US GAAP and other accounting regulations and guidelines to determine qualitative and quantitative impact on the Company.
  • Conducts technical accounting research and documents findings in a clear and concise technical position paper.
  • Performs other ad hoc job duties and projects as needed.
What You’ll Need:   
  • Bachelor's degree in accounting or related fields with CPA. 
  • Minimum 5 years of audit-related experience with Big 4 public accounting firm and client base of public companies. 
  • Prefer retail client experience.  
  • Extensive / in-depth knowledge of US GAAP and other accounting regulations. 
  • Possesses a working knowledge of Sarbanes-Oxley. 
  • Hold self/others accountable for results while championing the company culture; celebrate success; look for innovative methods to resolve issues and achieve objectives. 
  • Create a safe environment that encourages innovation and risk-taking. 
  • Articulate, present and influence others to gain buy-in on new ideas/changes; has a track record of taking consistently innovative approaches and maximize the outcomes. 
  • Develop goals and plans with consideration to overall company objectives. 
  • Anticipate changing priorities and effectively adjust and communicate plans to all affected teams. 
  • Stay current on the retail industry - competitors, trends, P&L components, and business in general. 
  • Listen fully and demonstrate the ability to take feedback and adapt behavior accordingly. 
  • Provide a balance of positive and constructive feedback in a direct and honest manner. 
  • Foster open dialogue and be a fearless and respectful communicator, managing difficult conversations with all levels. 
  • Must be available to work on Pacific Time hours to meet the needs of the business. 
  • Occasional travel to HQ in City of Industry, CA is required. 
What You'll Get:    
  • A culture where people are accepted and encouraged to be who they are. 
  • Competitive compensation, 401k with company matching contribution, plus the potential to earn company performance-based bonuses. 
  • Comprehensive wellness package including, medical, dental, vision, and Flexible Spending Account 
  • Generous 50% employee discount and access to employee-only sales. 
  • Support the causes you’re passionate about. We pay you up to 32 hours annually for volunteering your time in the community. 
  • Child Care Discount at participating locations. 
  • Tuition reimbursement program 
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP) - Aimed at helping employees address a variety of personal and family issues including legal financial consultations, mental health services and more. 
  • Discounts on cell phones, and computer purchases, entertainment tickets and more. 
  • Pet insurance for your fur babies. 
  • Work and learn alongside industry-leading executives while making huge strides in impacting the lives of women. 
  • You’ll be challenged and grow. Opportunity for upward mobility is available at all levels of the organization. 
Salary: $111,582 to $136,000 per year  

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