NextEra Energy Sr Financial Controller - NextEra in Houston, Texas
Sr Financial Controller - NextEra
Date: Nov 23, 2022
Location(s): Houston, TX, US, 77002
Company: NextEra Energy
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Position Specific Description
We are looking for a Sr Project Controller to join our stellar team. The ideal candidate will have 7 plus years of Oil & Gas property accounting experience with domestic on-shore operators as well as knowledge of Oil & Gas systems, specifically Excalibur and SAP. Additionally, excellent fundamental accounting skills, including hands on experience with general ledger reconciliations and experience with depletion rate calculations and impairment analysis. If hired, you will be responsible for all aspects of property accounting for multiple Upstream projects in Texas, Louisiana and Oklahoma. If you're a problem solver, love contributing to continuous process improvement initiatives then this is the role for you! Come join our successful team today!
Responsible for all property accounting processes for a portfolio of projects with investments in Upstream oil and gas assets
Monthly accounting close, including review or preparation of journal entries, account analysis and reconciliations.
Oversee several aspects of the Upstream property accounting SOX review, design and effectiveness
Prepare and review timely and accurate management reports and support external reporting requirements (e.g., 10K, 10Q, etc.)
Work closely with other accounting personnel, business managers, operations, reservoir engineering, and the corporate financial reporting team to ensure the proper accounting, consolidation and reporting of all assigned projects
Prepare and review monthly accrual vs. actual variance analysis for capex and operating expenses
Support internal and external audit requests for assigned projects
Other duties as assigned
Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
Master’s- Accounting / Finance
7 years of Oil & Gas accounting experience with a focus on Property / Fixed assets, Impairment analysis and Depletion calculations.
Excellent fundamental accounting skills; hands on experience with general ledger reconciliations
Knowledge of Oil & Gas Systems specifically Excalibur or Bolo, SAP PRA and SAP Financial
Ability to work in a fast paced environment, manage multiple tasks and meet short deadlines
Ability to demonstrate initiative and interact effectively with others in a team environment
Ability to communicate effectively (oral and written)
Advanced Excel skills
Problem solving and analytical thinking as necessary to accomplish accounting objectives
Employees in this role are responsible for performing key financial functions for an assigned portfolio of electric generating facilities, including internal and external reporting, budgeting and forecasting, business analytics, and certain aspects of the monthly close process and treasury functions. Individuals provide effective, timely, and actionable financial information and business analytics on the facilities in their portfolios including monthly, quarterly, and annual reporting and analysis on the financial performance of the electric generating facilities, treasury management, as well as ad hoc reporting and analysis as required. Employees in this position apply strong analytical skills to identify and evaluate operational and business issues that impact financial performance and effectively communicate the results to various stakeholders, including business partners in other areas of finance as well as senior management and outside investors. Individuals in this role act as subject matter experts on complex topics and provide mentorship to others within the organization.
Job Duties & Responsibilities
Prepares and analyzes monthly forecasts, including the evaluation of assumptions, to ensure effective, timely, and actionable financial information
Prepares timely and accurate internal and external operating reports, and other discrete reporting as required by financing and partnership agreements
Develops and maintains complex financial models for financings and partnerships, including due diligence support and pro forma development
Provides high-quality analytics and valuable variance commentary on actual and forecasted financial information
Prepares ad hoc financial analyses, reports and models as required (scenario/impact analysis on potential transactions and business decisions)
Prepares presentations for third-party lenders/investors
Participates in special projects such as software implementation initiatives and process improvement/Six Sigma projects
Performs other job-related duties as assigned
Bachelor's - Accounting / Finance/ Business
Experience: 6+ years
Master’s - Accounting / Finance
Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA)
Employee Group: Exempt
Employee Type: Full Time
Job Category: Finance, Accounting & Business Analytics
Organization: NextEra Project Mgmt
Relocation Provided: No
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