Purpose of Role
We’re looking for a Financial Controller to be a part of our cross-European finance team. nShift is a profitable SaaS company with ambitious growth plans.
Using your experience and knowledge you will ensure high quality reporting and as part of an international team participate in corporate projects and contribute to build a high performing finance team across the nShift Group.
As our Financial Controller you will be responsible for timely and accurately closing of the books for the Norwegian legal entities and in close cooperation with Head of Group Reporting prepare annual financial statements and tax returns.
To be successful in this role, you should have between 2-5 + years of relevant experience within accountancy, auditing or similar jobs.
You will have updated knowledge of accounting standards, and are familiar with Norwegian GAAP, VAT rules and relevant regulations.
The area of responsibility includes:
Competence and Experience
Meet Your Manager
Nora Olli Johansen
Head of Group Reporting
How long have you worked for nShift?
I have only joined recently.
What do you love about nShift?
nShift has achieved incredible growth and has ambitious plans for the future. What I’m really like about nShift is all the fun, amazing and really helpful people in our company – a great place to work!
What difference will this role make to nShift if I join?
With a positive attitude, great knowledge and experience you will be a valued member in our team both professionally and personally. Together with the rest of the finance team you will contribute to high quality reporting in nShift Group.
nShift is the global leading provider of cloud delivery management solutions enabling frictionless shipment and return of almost one billion shipments across 190 countries annually. nShift’s software is used globally by e-commerce, retail, manufacturing and 3PL shippers. The company is headquartered in London and Oslo. It has over 500 employees across offices in Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark, United Kingdom, Poland, the Netherlands, Belgium and Romania.