Southern California Edison Strategic Analysis & Capital Governance Senior Advisor in Rosemead, California
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Become a Strategic Analysis & Capital Governance Senior Advisor at Southern California Edison (SCE) and build a better tomorrow. In this job, you’ll be responsible for leading financial analysis and manage workstreams to support strategic decisions being considered in SCE’s corporate and operating unit level and leading Capital Governance activities. Additionally, you will be responsible for leading the project team through the Finance and Risk Management (FRM) Committee approval process or other venue for review, providing direction on the financial analysis and supporting the proposed recommendation. You’ll interact independently with leaders across the company to drive decisions and analysis to support the business case and will routinely present recommendations to division VP and CFO as required. You will also lead Capital Governance activities including providing consultation on capital governance matters, leading new or updated capital governance guidelines, processes and protocols, and leading capital governance health assessments and post completion reviews. You may also be asked to support financial planning activities.
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Lead the financial evaluation and analysis and manage workstreams to support strategic decision-making that have major financial or operational impact to the operating unit or company. This responsibility includes working and coordinating with counterparts in operating units during review process and presenting to management.
Identifies and handles resolution of unusually complex issues, identifying the appropriate analytical approach and reviewing, vetting and challenging key inputs, as appropriate. Issues typically require creative solutions, multiple scenario analyses, and presenting findings to executives.
Acts as key consultant to senior management, Operational Finance and OUs and represents Finance on capital governance matters.
Provides feedback and leads efforts on new or updated capital governance guidelines, protocols, and processes, and communicate and educate others on changes.
Leads capital governance health assessments and post completions review, which includes coordinating with project teams within OUs and Operational Finance. Presents findings to executives and governance forums.
Responsible for ensuring capital governance guidelines and processes are followed. Communicates best practices in project management governance.
Bachelor’s Degree or higher in Finance, Economics, Business or related technical discipline.
Ten (10) years of experience in the field of financial or strategic planning and analysis or similar.
Advanced Excel including advanced modeling capabilities and data analysis and PowerPoint skills.
Master’s or MBA in Business, Finance, Economics, Engineering or a related field.
Completion of Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Program exam I, II or III, or AFP FP&A Certification.
Ability to present complex issues in a simple, logical, and succinct manner.
Excellent verbal and written presentation skills including ability to communicate analyses and recommendations to senior management.
Experience in complex problem solving and critical thinking.
Ability to work well under time constraints, adjust to changing priorities, organize a heavy workload, work well in a team environment, and perform with minimal supervision.
Knowledgeable of the utility industry.
Ability to successfully navigate ambiguous or uncertain situations, self-starter and independent problem solver.
Experience developing, validating, and presenting statistical, financial, and valuation models, assessing capital structures, and performing cost of capital calculations, as well as ensuring the accuracy and integrity of findings and recommendations.
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Relocation may not apply to this position.
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The people at SCE don't just keep the lights on. Our mission is so much bigger. We’re fueling the kind of innovation that’s changing an entire industry, and quite possibly the planet. Join us and create a future with cleaner energy, while providing our customers with the safety and reliability they demand. At SCE, you’ll have a chance to grow personally and professionally, making a real impact in Southern California and around the world.
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