DriveTime Automotive Group, Inc. is the leading used vehicle retailer in the United States with a primary focus on the sale and lease of quality used vehicles and related products to the subprime market. Through our national network of owned and operated dealerships, DriveTime provides customers with a comprehensive end-to-end solution for their automotive needs, including the sale, lease, financing and maintenance of their vehicles. As of June 30, 2018, DriveTime does about ~$3.5B in sales, operates 145 dealerships and 24 vehicle-reconditioning facilities located across 25 states.
The Staff Accountant I / II. will perform key functions within the accounting segment and will have broad general exposure to accounting segments and functions. Working under the direction of Senior Accountants and the Controllers, the Staff Accountant I / II will prepare and record journal entries, prepare month-end reconciliations and analysis, and assist in data compilation and validation for special projects and significant accounting models.
Location: Tempe, Arizona
Type: Regular Full-Time
Post Date: 1/11/2019
A Day in the Life of a Staff Accountant
Meet the DriveTime Crew!
We’re a team of innovators and engineers, movers and shakers, morning people and night owls, dreamers and believers, techies and talkers. But most of all we are a family. At DriveTime we’re fueled by the success of our employees as much as we are by the loyalty of our customers.
The fun environment and approachable people honestly make coming to work a pleasure. Not only are my coworkers extremely intelligent and open to sharing their wit in a friendly way, they’re also fun to be around in general. The open environment encourages everyone to genuinely be themselves, so I feel comfortable letting my bits of weird shine through. On top of all that, managers are always polite and never condescending. I truly feel like everyone wants to see everybody else succeed.
I like to skimboard competitively, snowboard, skateboard, play basketball, hike, and play videogames. Since moving to Arizona from the coast of North Carolina two years ago, I’ve had to adjust to less skimboarding and more hiking, but Arizona’s diverse assortment of biomes has made it a pleasure to explore.