Duke Energy Senior Accounting Analyst - Gas Utilities & Infrastructure in Charlotte, North Carolina
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The Senior Accounting Analyst – GU&I Corporate Accounting is responsible for reporting, accounting, aggregation, and financial/economic analysis in the Corporate Accounting group of the Gas Utilities & Infrastructure segment, including Piedmont Natural Gas, Duke Energy Midwest Gas in KY and OH, and various Equity Method Investments within the segment (Pipelines and Storage assets).
The analyst will work closely with teammates, peers, and management on various accounting and reporting activities including preparation of GU&I segment internal and external reporting, monthly journal entry preparation, account reconciliations, complex analysis and assessments of equity investments, and financial statement analysis. The analyst will interact frequently with various groups to support these activities and other transactions and decisions. The position will analyze and research ad-hoc requests, develop reporting, and effectively prepare presentations for management review and decision making. This position works closely with internal teams within the overall Controller’s organization as well as Regulated Utility Gas Operations Finance, Gas Investment and Strategic Planning, Load Forecasting and others. Effective communication and relationship building is crucial to succeed in this role.
Employees at this level work independently and receive minimal guidance. Incumbents are required to have in-depth knowledge and experience and demonstrated ability to work to solve complex problems/issues. Incumbents also act as a resource for less experienced employees.
Prepare GU&I segment reporting including the Financial Reporting Summary (FRS) and support
Work with others to develop explanations of the GU&I results and drivers
Perform accounting and reporting for GU&I segment Equity Method Investments including impairment assessments as needed
Assist with SOX documentation and control updates and monitoring
Primary contact for SEC and other corporate reporting
Coordination of data to support quarterly / annual Investor Relations presentations
Provide review and other support to other team members
Assist with data requests from SEC reporting, internal and external auditors and other customers
Prepare schedules used for SEC financials
Prepare and review financial schedules that support internal and external reporting
Provide accounting support as needed for routine transactions as well as larger strategic initiatives
Understand and maintain proper business and financial processes to ensure adherence to internal controls and policies
Identify process improvements and assist in implementation to produce efficiencies at all stages of the accounting process
Normal work location is at Piedmont Town Center in Charlotte, NC and secondary at the 550 DEC Corporate Headquarters as needed
Overtime may be required
Bachelor’s degree in (Accounting/Finance/Economics) OR a Bachelor’s degree in a similar discipline
Six (6) or more years of increasingly diverse or complex experience in related field in addition to degree
Proficient using Microsoft products such as Excel, Word, and PowerPoint
Possesses and applies fundamental accounting and finance concepts, practices, and procedures.
Experience with financial applications (i.e., PeopleSoft FMIS, HFM, Power Plant, etc.) and query tool (Business Objects)
Graduate degree in Accounting, Business or related fields
CPA or CPA candidate
Eight (8) or more years of increasingly diverse or complex experience in related field in addition to degree
Ability to effectively perform at the experienced analyst level
Previous experience with internal/external reporting
Previous experience with complex financial/economic analysis
Demonstrate ability to work in a team environment and foster good relationships with teammates and business partners
Advanced analytical and critical thinking skills – including data analytics
Operational business support experience
Experience with accounting research tools, such as DART (Deloitte Accounting Research Tool), PWC Inform, or other
Previous experience in Utility, utility asset or regulatory accounting environment.
Experience with monthly close process, general accounting, and financial reporting (FERC/GAAP)
Ability to work independently, manage competing priorities, and adhere to strict deadlines and schedules
Relocation Assistance Provided (as applicable)No
Visa Sponsored PositionNo
Posting Expiration Date
Monday, January 28, 2019
All job postings expire at 12:01 AM on the posting expiration date.
Please note that in order to be considered for this position, you must possess all of the basic/required qualifications.
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