Finance Manager

Full time OR Part time opportunity — Hybrid in Washington, D.C. 

About Arbo

Arbo is a dynamic software, data, and services company that transforms regulatory data into business intelligence and insights for blue chip energy and financial industry customers to inform the essential decisions and investments powering America’s energy commerce and independence.

Arbo’s commitment to customers supports a shared mission to build, operate and harness energy infrastructure to accelerate the energy evolution to evermore sustainable, secure, and affordable sources. 

We seek enterprising purpose-driven team members interested in professional growth and shared company ownership in the world’s most important industry. 

We work across functions as part of one team while enjoying the autonomy to make decisions and organize work and life in a way that maximizes well-being and productivity.

Our strong core values and culture create connections and a high energy environment that maintains the discipline needed to drive results alongside a casual and candid atmosphere that easily allows authenticity.

Successful Arbonauts tend to have these goals and traits in common:

  • Seek purpose in their career
  • Have a strong interest in business administration
  • Bring a leadership and ownership point of view to their endeavors
  • Possess strong core values and judgment
  • Excel in a functional discipline and enjoy multitasking across functions
  • Value as compensation equity ownership in a company
  • Value a hybrid work from anywhere environment
  • Thrive with autonomy and are undaunted by ambiguity
  • Pursue continuous improvement and learning

About the Role

The objective of the Finance Manager (FM) is to steward the growth of the company by accounting for and managing all aspects of day-to-day and long term inflows and outflows of cash, assets, liabilities and income in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.

Success requires collaborating with functional leaders on budgeting and providing management with the financial information and metrics needed to make short and long term fiduciary decisions to achieve corporate growth goals.

Specific responsibilities include:

  • All bookkeeping and accounting utilizing Quickbooks or other financial software.

  • Monthly financial statement preparation, analysis, and reporting to management with a focus on profit & loss and forecasts of cash flow.

  • Management and tracking of all banking transactions and reconciliation with accounting software.

  • Accounts payables and receivables.

  • Managing the company and functional level budgeting process.

  • Conducting financial analysis for any corporate finance transactions, such as acquisitions, equity or debt financing transactions, or other restructurings.

  • Participation in development and reporting of financial key performance indicators for stakeholders such as the Board of Directors and functional and P&L leaders.

About You

Enterprising | Energetic | Committed | Candid | Humble | Analytical


  • enjoy numbers and accounting and maintain a keen attention to detail.
  • are looking for a flexible work environment that maximizes autonomy while maintaining accountability.
  • prefer a small business-to-business, growth focused culture with strong core values.
  • are a strong written, verbal, and numerical communicator online and in-person.
  • have a proven track record for measuring and achieving results.  

You have:

  • financial management and accounting experience in a business-to-business setting involving transactions with large and small organizations.

  • a CPA designation, Master of Business Administration degree, or equivalent work experience.

  • proven business acumen developed from experience in commercial organizations.

Even better:

  • You’ve worked on P&L accounting and activity-based cost allocations.
  • You have exposure to venture financing and “cap table” calculations and scenario planning.
  • You have experience building and managing relationships with customers and diverse stakeholders in a business context.
  • You’re interested in and able to to grasp the complex issues and dynamics at the intersection of energy markets, industry, and technology.

Location & Work Environment

The position is eligible for a flexible full or part time work schedule based in Washington D.C. A minimum of 2 in-office days per week are required.  

The position requires the ability to effectively work and collaborate in a remote environment by utilizing a variety of widely used productivity information technology tools, such as Google Docs and Slack, and communicating effectively verbally and in writing, both one-on-one, and in team settings.

Occasional travel to meet with teammates may be required.

Compensation & Benefits

*Varies depending on FT or PT status.

  • Commensurate with experience
  • Base salary, plus opportunities for equity
  • Employer sponsored health plans
  • Flexible work hours
  • Unlimited paid time off (FT)
  • Annual professional development budget   

Equal Opportunity

Arbo is committed to the recruitment, hiring, and promotion of qualified individuals and does not discriminate based on race, color, national origin, gender, affectional or sexual orientation, age, religion, disability, or veteran status.


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