Job of the Day: Itron Needs a Revenue Manager

Itron, Inc. is looking for an experienced professional to join its Software Operations Group in its Oakland, CA office.

Qualifications include five years of experience with a Big 4 firm, a sophisticated knowledge of revenue recognition accounting and the FASB’s ASC.


Company: Itron, Inc.

Title: Revenue Manager

Location: Oakland, CA

Description: Position is an integral part of the Software Operations Group within Itron, Inc. with primary responsibility for software revenue recognition/revenue accounting processes.

Responsibilities: Prepare monthly and quarterly analytics of changes in revenue and cost of sales and variances from annual budget/quarterly forecasts by software product line; Perform special projects as requested by Controller; Coordinate documentation and testing of SOX controls related to software revenue for US, Australia and Canada; Identify and strategize the implementation of process improvements in current and future revenue accounting systems; Prepare authoritative memoranda and other audit schedules required to substantiate the company’s position for revenue recognition in accordance with GAAP.

Qualifications/Skills: Sophisticated understanding of revenue recognition accounting pronouncements including SAB 101, SAB 104, FTB 90-1, EITF 00-21, SOP 81-1, SOP 97-2, and SOP 98-9, with preference to candidates who have extensive practical experience in implementing these accounting rules; Familiar with The Financial Accounting Standards Board’s Accounting Standards Codification (ASC) that became effective July 1, 2009; Experience with Oracle and Oracle Projects Module a plus; Big 4 experience and/or public company experience in a software technology company is highly preferred; Minimum of 5 years experience in a public accounting firm or corporate financial supervisory role required, 6+ years preferred.

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Itron, Inc. is looking for an experienced professional to join its Software Operations Group in its Oakland, CA office.

Qualifications include five years of experience with a Big 4 firm, a sophisticated knowledge of revenue recognition accounting and the FASB’s ASC.


Company: Itron, Inc.

Title: Revenue Manager

Location: Oakland, CA

Description: Position is an integral part of the Software Operations Group within Itron, Inc. with primary responsibility for software revenue recognition/revenue accounting processes.

Responsibilities: Prepare monthly and quarterly analytics of changes in revenue and cost of sales and variances from annual budget/quarterly forecasts by software product line; Perform special projects as requested by Controller; Coordinate documentation and testing of SOX controls related to software revenue for US, Australia and Canada; Identify and strategize the implementation of process improvements in current and future revenue accounting systems; Prepare authoritative memoranda and other audit schedules required to substantiate the company’s position for revenue recognition in accordance with GAAP.

Qualifications/Skills: Sophisticated understanding of revenue recognition accounting pronouncements including SAB 101, SAB 104, FTB 90-1, EITF 00-21, SOP 81-1, SOP 97-2, and SOP 98-9, with preference to candidates who have extensive practical experience in implementing these accounting rules; Familiar with The Financial Accounting Standards Board’s Accounting Standards Codification (ASC) that became effective July 1, 2009; Experience with Oracle and Oracle Projects Module a plus; Big 4 experience and/or public company experience in a software technology company is highly preferred; Minimum of 5 years experience in a public accounting firm or corporate financial supervisory role required, 6+ years preferred.

See the entire description over at the GC Career Center and visit the main page for all your job search needs.

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