Revenue Accountant at BlueVine
Redwood City, CA, US
Small business success begins with better banking. That’s where we come in. BlueVine  is a leader in small business banking - providing smart, fast and easy-to-use solutions specifically designed with small business owners in mind. We’ve helped  20,000+ businesses since we started in 2013, funding more than $2.5 billion in working capital through our pioneering online platform. Headquartered in Redwood City, CA (across the RWC CalTrain station), BlueVine is backed by leading investors including Menlo Ventures, Lightspeed Ventures, Citi Ventures, SVB Financial, Nationwide Insurance, M12 (Microsoft’s Venture Arm).
Join us as an integral part of the Accounting team at BlueVine! We are building an elite team of smart and driven individuals to deliver timely and accurate reporting to management and be responsible for growth monitoring.
As a Revenue Accountant at BlueVine, you will be in charge of classifying, recording and translating our core product transactions into reliable accounting data in accordance with GAAP requirements. In your role, you will partner with various teams such as  operations, capital markets and legal teams, as well as take part in designing an internal transactional database and automating the revenue accounting process.
The ideal candidate is highly analytical, results driven and would thrive in a fast-paced startup environment. This is a great opportunity to take on a core accounting role, as well as obtain great experience in operational and technical accounting in FinTech.


    • Revenue recognition - Calculate, record and classify periodic revenues driven by the company’s various lending products
    • Perform analytical procedures and investigate fluctuations from budget with different business units
    • Reconcile and track reporting for off balance sheet transactions
    • Classify the company's lending products transactional data and record lending and intercompany transactions, as well as reserves for loan losses
    • Reconcile internal data to accounting posted balances and perform complex bank reconciliations
    • Assist with preparation of monthly reporting package, and prepare monthly working papers related to the monthly/ quarterly/ annual closing
    • Assist in developing and documenting accounting policies related to revenue recognition and accounts receivable 
    • Partner with the operations team and perform daily inquiries on unusual transactions
    • Work with engineering and data teams to build and iterate on internal and external reporting
    • Work with the product team to understand any potential changes in product and their effect on the accounting data
    • Support external audit and miscellaneous reporting requirements


    • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Economics or relevant field
    • At least 2 years of relevant accounting experience, Fintech/ banking/ lending company is highly preferred or experience with a public accounting firm
    • Excellent knowledge of accounting (CPA or equivalent is a plus)
    • Strong knowledge of Excel and accounting systems
    • Strong analytical mind and an eye for detail Excellent communication and organizational skills, both written and verbal
    • Ability to partner cross-functionally across Bluevine
    • Ability to be flexible and comfortable with changing requirements
    • Desire to push boundaries and take areas of responsibility to the next level
    • A positive attitude and willingness to be a team player
    • Experience with NetSuite- advantage 
    • Experience with accounting for lending products - advantage


    • Receive over $1,000 annually for a wellness benefit of your choice
    • Free commuter benefits - CalTrain passes for SF employees and a monthly parking allowance for SF/NJ employees
    • Weekly catered lunches
    • Unlimited snacks in fully stocked kitchens
    • Generous PTO and holidays
    • Excellent health coverage and life insurance benefits
    • Generous, paid parental leave which covers up to 15 weeks
    • Pet-friendly offices