At Too Good To Go, we have an ambitious mission: to inspire and empower everyone to fight food waste together.
More than 1/3 of all food produced in the world is wasted. And that has a huge impact on the health of our planet. 10% of greenhouse gas emissions come from food waste and loss.
Through our marketplace app, we connect businesses that have unsold, surplus food, with consumers who can buy and enjoy it at ⅓ of retail value. We are a certified B Corporation with a mission to empower everyone to take action against food waste. Alongside our marketplace app, we create educational tools, explore new business solutions, and influence legislation to help reduce food waste.
We’re growing fast: Our community of 86 million registered users and 208,000 active partners across 17 countries, have together already saved 292 million meals from going to waste – avoiding almost 730,000 tonnes of CO2e!
Too Good To Go was named in FastCompany’s March 2022 list of the World’s Most Innovative Companies, and was honoured to be included in TIME’s list of the 100 Most Influential Companies of 2022.
We’re looking for an exceptional controller for manufacturing to join the Global superstar team at Too Good To Go in Copenhagen.
You will take ownership of the processes from an accounting perspective regarding our inventory accounting including setting up the systems to ensure a compliant setup regarding all inventory transactions. In the role you will be reporting to the Director of Global Finance Operations.
Leading the accounting part of inventory management. This is a new business area for us, hence you will have a lot of responsibility and influence in setting up the financial processes
Work together with our manufacturing team to set up integration between the inventory management system and our ERP-system.
Set up our ERP-system as we are expanding to new countries.
Ensure that the correct accounting principles are applied in our setup, both within Cost of Goods Sold and valuation of inventories.
Controlling the inventories together with our manufacturing team and adjusting processes if there are deficiencies/inconsistencies.
Ensure correct month end cut-offs for inventories (from a financial perspective) as well as P&L-lines together with the manufacturing team.
Reconcile balance sheet accounts related to inventory transactions and in close cooperation with the business analyse the numbers on a monthly basis. You will be signing off on the monthly numbers together with the Finance Business Partner within this area.
Participating in audits within the assigned responsibilities.
Other ad hoc tasks within Finance if required.
You have relevant experience in working with inventory management from a financial point of view.
You possess a bachelor or masters within accounting or auditing. As an alternative you have a longer documented experience within the field of accounting with inventories.
We expect you to know your debits and credits and at the same time have a great way of communicating about it, so you obtain a common understanding of necessities for the processes around a new business area within our organisation.
You are full professional proficiency in English.
You are based (or willing to relocate) in Copenhague
You are a proactive person with a “can-do” attitude with the ability to convince your colleagues to proceed in the right direction.
A technically strong person meaning a broad experience within invoice management systems and ERP-systems.
Working somewhere where you can have a social and environmental impact is one of your absolute dreams. Sustainability is a great passion of yours and something that shines through in your professional and personal experiences.
We Win Together
We Raise the Bar
We Keep It Simple
We Build A Legacy
What we have to offer
A rare opportunity to work in a social impact company (and certified B Corporation!) where you can see real and tangible impact in your role.
Working alongside an international community of users, partners and 1,350+ colleagues across 17 countries that are on the same important mission.
Personal and professional development opportunities in a fast-paced scale-up environment.
An inclusive company culture where you can bring your authentic self to work
A strong, values-driven team culture where we celebrate successes and socialise with colleagues that care.
Enjoy hybrid working from our great offices, at home or abroad.
Extra parental leave and days off beyond local legislation and the option to take an extra week of unpaid leave
Health insurance and pension plans (subject to country of employment).
Additional days off for significant life events
CELEBRATE & SOCIALISE
Regular social events like summer and winter parties.
Coffee, snacks and fully-equipped kitchens.
Get to know our community with a monthly free Surprise Bag
Paid volunteer time through our Shareback volunteering programme
Women in the Workplace, P.R.I.D.E., People of Colour and Functionally Diverse Employee Resource Groups
How to apply
We take recruitment very seriously, so please carefully read everything we have written above. Please also check our website and international media in order to get a good overview of Too Good To Go.
Submit your CV and Cover letter in English.
Please note that we only accept applications coming through our platform. No CV or Cover Letter will be accepted by email or LinkedIn direct messaging.
Too Good To Go is an equal opportunity employer
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