Topic: Energy & Natural Resources

Subject: Financial Planning & Analysis Posotions - 2 open
Tim Evans
Member: 2002
Submitted on 10-17-12 9:57 am
This is NOT a FENG level position, so I'm posting it here rather than with the FENG job postings.

Please refer anyone interested to: Tim Evans,

Position Profile:
Job Code/ Title: Financial Analyst II
Department: FP&A Midstream

Responsible for coordinating and maintaining region’s budgeting, forecasting, and Internal and External Management Reporting as required for operating expenses and capital expenditures in the designated region.
Duties & Responsibilities:
─ Reports monthly variance analysis and forecasting to DCP Midstream Corporate Office and ensures process and data consistency.
─ Coordinates and leads the annual planning and budgeting cycle for the operational areas in the assigned region as required for operating expenses and capital.
─ Communicates historical and expected results to Business Unit senior leadership and executive management through management reports and presentations. This is to include monthly, quarterly, & YTD financial results.
─ Work with the asset managers to provide strategic outlooks and long term planning for asset development.
─ Prepares, analyzes, and manages routine and ad-hoc Business Unit forecasts through coordination with Business Unit leadership.
─ Develops and maintains Business Unit planning and reporting models and data as relates to expense and capital.
─ As required, provide supports to other DCP departments, including insurance, legal, tax, and accounting, related to operating expenses and capital.
─ Create ad hoc reports using data from a variety of sources to answer questions posed from management.
─ As required, special projects related to dispositions/acquisitions, strategic planning support, and other senior management requests.

Basic Qualifications - (Internal): BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:
─ Bachelor's degree (Accounting or Finance a plus)
─ 2+ years accounting and/or Financial Planning & Analysis experience at professional level
─ Good computer skills with intermediate proficiency in Microsoft Excel and aptitude to effectively learn company specific accounting and operations systems
─ Effective communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to interact with all levels in the organization – a true team player
─ Basic understanding of generally accepted accounting principles
─ Flexibility to work overtime during peak periods
─ Must demonstrate initiative and ability to prioritize workload
─ Self-Starter, likes autonomy
─ A Change Agent
─ Can translate (not just communicate) to various levels of the organization financial acumen
─ Creative, curious; likes to solve problems
─ Confortable with presenting and drafting presentations
─ “People Person”
Uma Indran
Member: 2013
Posts: 2

Subject: Re:Financial Planning

Submitted on 05-30-13 8:06 pm.
Dear Recruiter,

My 25 yrs PQE experience at strategic & operational levels has been across a wide range of industry sectors including manufacturing, global hi-tech & services. And I am currently keen to get into the oil & gas industry and networking and reading up about the industry in-relation to this.