Large multi-billion revenue energy client is seeking an Controllers Senior Financial Analyst - Shareholder Support for its Finance and Accounting department. This is a direct hire opportunity is open due to internal promotion. Compensation includes a highly competitive annual base salary depending on overall experience and qualifications, plus annual bonus, superior benefits, excellent 401k and beautiful suburban campus.
Responsible for completing moderately complex to complex financial processes including identifying the need for accounting transactions required due to changes in GAAP and IFRS requirements and to changes in Company operations which result in new issues with GAAP/IFRS compliance.
Thorough knowledge of authoritative accounting literature required. This position reviews general ledger account balance reconciliations and assists less experienced analysts in preparing and anticipating correcting entries identified during that reconciliation.
Develop financial processes within the Finance organization and where those processes do not already exist confirms the staffing needs to perform those processes.
Analyze financial results and report on those results. This analysis will include, but is not limited to, hydrocarbon inventories; purchases and sales; balance sheet accounts; required corrections; and errors and exceptions as identified, and the impact of acquisitions, mergers or divestments within Company.
Use knowledge of GAAP, IFRS, Company operations and financial processes as they relate to both corporate and business unit earnings to act as an analytical resource within the Finance Department and within all business units.
Creative thinking skills are required for identifying issues before a potential problem is recognized. In addition, use of more sophisticated financial analysis and statistical tools will be required. Perform analytical tasks independent of direct supervision. Identify future risk to Company assets resulting from analysis processes by responding to management directions but without day to day supervision.
- Subsidiary Accounting – Supervise day-to-day accounting transactions, consolidation and general ledger account reconciliations.
- IFRS Accounting – Prepare monthly conversion of U.S. GAAP financial statements to IFRS for reporting to Shareholder.
- Shareholder Reporting– Supervise and review monthly reports preparation (i.e., consolidation under shareholder chart of account “SIFO”, Complementary Information, debt report and others). Successful candidate will have 2-3 direct reports.
- Financial Reporting/Audit Support – Prepare annual footnotes for Companies in both U.S. GAAP and IFRS. Supervise, review or prepare schedules and responds to inquiries from KPMG for completion of annual external audits for subsidiaries.
- Dividend/Debt Covenant Calculations & Certifications – Maintain and confirm all information related to dividends to Shareholder. Perform and report debt covenant calculations on a quarterly basis and review with management prior to filing with banks.
- Finance Contact – Receives, evaluates and communicates inquiries, special requests and concerns from subsidiary company Finance personnel to Manager Financial Reporting, Internal Control & Technical Accounting, Corporate Controller and VP of Finance
- Audit Committee Presentations – Prepare quarterly presentations in English and Spanish and analyze comparison of current quarter results to prior quarter results as well as current estimated results and annual budget. Identify factors impacting those results. Prepare price/volume analysis; and an analysis of actual expense compared to budget as required.
- Special Projects – Perform analysis as requested by the Manager Financial Reporting, Internal Control & Technical Accounting, Corporate Controller or VP of Finance. Perform special projects associated with data gathering for requests. As well as provide translation services for all levels of management.
- US GAAP & IFRS Accounting – Perform continuous review and evaluation of transactions within assigned area to ensure recorded results are in agreement with U.S. generally accepted accounting principles and international financial reporting standards and if necessary, modify those processes to remove the possibility of audit exceptions and later corrections