Southern Star Central Gas Pipeline, Inc. seeks Staff Analyst, Treasury and Risk Management to be responsible for cash forecasting, financial modeling and analysis, liquidity management and capital market transaction support, and debt administration. The role will also be responsible for developing analytical reports for senior management using the bank credit and risk strategy guidelines to accurately assess customers' credit, management, operational, and financial status. As a key member of the corporate financial team, the employee will interact with various internal and external stakeholder groups across a variety of functions. Reporting requirements include, but are not limited to, the Company's officers, equity investors, debt holders, rating agencies, and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. Risk Management: Assessing and analyzing the credit worthiness of customers and counterparties through analysis of credit information such as financial statements, bank and trade references, and credit reports; Researching current and potential exposures by compiling competitor, vendor, and industry information, and compile presentations with recommendations to management; Coordinating with commercial team on counterpart collateral, including cash, letters of credit, and parental guarantees; Negotiating credit terms with customers; Coordinating Receivables activity to monitor aged receivables to ensure timely collection; Supporting the implementation, coordination, and maintenance of improved reporting and functionality of a rigorous credit program; Leading insurance and risk management activities (e.g., reporting and renewals); Managing insurance claims with internal and external parties. Treasury: Compiling and analyzing financial information to meet monthly, quarterly, and annual reporting requirements; Contributing to the overall cash management strategy; Preparing short-term cash forecast for Southern Star; Consolidating subsidiary cash forecasts into consolidated cash forecast and free cash flow tracking; Analyzing cash flow trends and forecast variances, and providing recommendations for overall improvements; Assisting with managing company's debt, covenant compliance, interest expense and preparation of required investor reporting; Preparing analysis for rating agencies and monitor metrics related to investment grade rating; Assisting with derivative operations; Managing bank relationships and assisting with development of a cash management banking solution; Managing and tracking investments and borrowings, and making short-term borrowing and investing recommendations; Identifying and implementing process improvements, efficiencies, and cost reduction activities; Assisting with internal and external reporting, various external audits, and annual budget process. This position may have financial responsibilities / authority as set forth in the Company's Delegation of Authority Policy. This position may be responsible for internal controls as set forth in the Company's Sarbanes-Oxley process and the FERC Controls process. Reports to the headquarters in Owensboro, KY, but may telecommute from anywhere.
Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Economics, or related discipline; Masters of Business Administration (MBA); Certified Treasury Professional (CTP); 5 years of experience within a Corporate Treasury Department; 3 years of progressive Finance experience; 3 years of experience with debt capital markets and derivative products, ratings agency modeling; 3 years of experience developing key management reporting and metrics; Knowledge of GAAP accounting and financial principles, including an understanding of hedge accounting and documentation; 3 years analyzing debt agreement terms, covenants, and reporting obligations; Advanced proficiency in Excel and PowerPoint; 3 years of experience using Excel for complex modeling scenarios; 3 years of experience summarizing detailed analyses/data into executive-level presentations.
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