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AES FP&A Analyst in Indiana

Are you ready to be part of a company that's not just talking about the future, but actively shaping it? Join The AES Corporation (NYSE: AES), a Fortune 500 company that's leading the charge in the global energy revolution. With operations spanning 14 countries , AES is committed to shaping a future through innovation and collaboration. Our dedication to innovation has earned us recognition as one of the Top Ten Best Workplaces for Innovators by Fast Company in 2022. And with our certification as a Great Place to Work , you can be confident that you're joining a company that values its people just as much as its groundbreaking ideas.

AES is proudly ranked #1 globally in renewable energy sales to corporations, and with $12.7B in revenues in 2023 , we have the resources and expertise to make a significant impact as we provide electricity to 25 million customers worldwide. As the world moves towards a net-zero future, AES is committed to meeting the Paris Agreement's goals by 2050. Our innovative solutions, such as 24/7 carbon-free energy for data centers, are setting the pace for rapid, global decarbonization.

If you're ready to be part of a company that's not just adapting to change, but driving it, AES is the place for you. We're not just building a cleaner, more sustainable future - we're powering it. Apply now and energize your career with a true leader in the global energy transformation.

Under limited supervision, responsible for FP&A functions for an assigned set of businesses (Integrated Utility and Non-Regulated Subsidiaries) within the US SBU. Key focus areas for this role include complex modeling, significant interface with key stakeholders (regulatory, market leaders, minority stakeholders, treasury, accounting and operational leaders), strategic planning, budgeting, long-term forecasts, monthly management reporting, valuation and other ad hoc analyses

  • Basic Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree in Finance, Business or Accounting

  • Two to four (2-4) years of recent verifiable experience in a similar role is required. Preferred Skills:

  • Good understanding of utility financial statements including income statement, cash flow and balance sheet.

  • Proficient in financial modeling, forecasting, and analysis, using tools such as Power BI and Anaplan

  • Regulatory accounting experience – preferably Ohio-based regulation.

  • Demonstrated ability to lead projects.

  • Advanced computer skills with Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint.

  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively and cooperatively with others as well as operate with a minimum of supervision.

  • Strong oral and written communication skills with highly developed interpersonal skills.

  • CPA designation or MBA Degree. Key Responsibilities:

  • Manage relationships and communicate effectively with multiple stakeholders including operational management, group leadership, hub finance teams, local and regional FP&A.

  • Communicate findings and recommendations through presentations, reports and discourse to plant management and finance leadership.

  • Analyze business operating results and work with the business contacts to develop appropriate commentary for different audiences – identify key trends and explanations for variances in actual or forecasted performance.

  • Forecast business results monthly, working closely with plant management to identify key inputs to the process.

  • Analyze and communicate financial results that to support the understanding of operating results and trends, including standard monthly reporting to senior leadership.

  • Coordinate between accounting close team and business/group leaders with respect to the review and approval of financial results.

  • Prepare the annual budgets and long term forecasts for businesses, working closely with plant management to identify key inputs to the process.

  • Assess various business scenarios and translate changing economic, regulatory and other local conditions into financial implications.

  • Coordinate with treasury team on cash flow forecasts and debt covenant requirements.

  • Assist businesses with financial analysis that supports decision making.

  • Review and manage cost analysis and financial performance comparisons at the business level.

  • Drives effective and efficient cost control and financial performance comparisons at the business level

AES is an Equal Opportunity Employer who is committed to building strength and delivering long-term sustainability through diversity and inclusion. Respecting all backgrounds, differences and perspectives enables us to improve the lives of our people, customers, suppliers, contractors, and the communities in which we live and work. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity and/or expression, race, national origin, ethnicity, age, religion, marital status, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical condition, military or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected under applicable law. E-Verify Notice: AES will provide the Social Security Administration (SSA) and if necessary, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) with information from each new employee's I-9 to confirm work authorization.

Accelerating the future of energy, together

Our people are our energy and have transformed AES into the type of energy company that the world needs today and in the future. Coming from all walks of life, our people share a passion for improving lives by advancing the energy sector through innovation, collaboration and action.

We are working in an industry that requires new thinking and ways of working together to create solutions that are both economically and environmentally viable, not just one or the other.

We are looking for passionate people to join us in our mission to accelerate the future of energy.

Are you ready to join us? www.aes.com/careers

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