Director, FP&A (Payments & Fraud)
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Lyft is hiring a Director for its Financial Planning and Analysis (FP&A) team sitting within the Technology, Autonomous, Payments & Fraud team. This is a unique opportunity to play a crucial role in helping build a financial foundation for one of the key areas of Lyft’s business. This role will provide financial and analytical support to Lyft’s Payments & Fraud team to help drive strategic decisions for the company while maintaining and improving financial control.
- Manage the relationship with the Payments & Fraud team, partnering with business leadership on strategic and operational activities
- Lead beyond budgeting and planning – be a thought leader and partner with the Payments & Fraud leaders to drive operational efficiencies while scaling the company
- Build guardrails and milestones for financial and performance management, identify controls and create new and improve existing processes
- Oversee cost of payments forecasting and operating expense management
- Serve as the finance expert for the Payments & Fraud area to ensure smooth workflows into the broader Finance organization such as Accounting, Treasury, Tax, etc.
- Develop key financial metrics and analysis to support the unique needs of Fraud & Payments functions
- Manage the monthly and quarter end close processes
- Deliver timely and high quality monthly/quarterly analysis and reporting of financial results, including variances to business’ plan, to ensure key issues, risks, and business drivers are clearly understood and highlighted
- Lead the development of executive-grade analytics and reporting, establishing regular review cadences and iterating over time
- Partner with broader FP&A team and other Heads of Finance on cross-functional initiatives, supporting with financial models and ad-hoc analysis
- Collaborate with Accounting to ensure the team has best-in-class processes to meet various program and contractual commitments
- Contribute to the ongoing management and growth of a high-performing FP&A team supporting Payments & Fraud and other key functions at Lyft
- Bachelor’s Degree in Finance, Accounting, Economics or a related field
- 10+ years of experience working in FP&A in a high-growth environment, with ideally 5+ years of direct experience with the US payments industry in customer-focused companies with significant online payments operations
- Proven track record of influencing senior executives in the fraud and payments space
- Strong knowledge of US GAAP
- Extraordinary interpersonal and communication skills, cultivator of collaborative working relationships with diverse teams across an organization
- Forward-thinking, analytical and problem-solving mindset, drawn to building off of ambiguous and unsolved problems and “making it happen”
- Comfortable working with large data sets to discover trends and experience developing and implementing solutions based on data analysis
- Desire and demonstrated capability to contribute across the entire scope of FP&A in a rapidly growing company; unafraid of diving deep into the details but comfortable talking strategically
- Great medical, dental, and vision insurance options
- In addition to 11 observed holidays, salaried team members have unlimited paid time off, hourly team members have 15 days paid time off
- 401(k) plan to help save for your future
- 18 weeks of paid parental leave. Biological, adoptive, and foster parents are all eligible
- Monthly commuter subsidy to cover your transit to work
- 20% off all Lyft rides
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