Business Unit: Accounting, Reporting and Controlling
Requisition Number: 246508
Primary Location: United States-Florida-Orlando
Assignment Category: Full-time regular
Experience Level: Mid level
Education Required Level: Bachelor's Degree
Travel Required: 10%
As the Accounting Governance Business Partner, you will support the Gas & Power Business Planner with the application and implementation of approved accounting standards and policies, while also supporting the Gas & Power Non-Oil & Gas (NOG) Operating Company in the US. The position is located in Orlando, FL.
Your Areas of Responsibility will include:
Ensuring application and implementation of approved accounting policies for assigned organizational units, in line with respective legal/regulatory requirements.
Ensuring that personnel in the business are trained on new accounting policies and that processes and practices are adjusted if required.
Being a trusted advisor to the Gas & Power NOG Operating Company for all accounting topics.
Ensuring that internal controls are in place and effective, and cooperates with internal and external auditors.
Driving, managing and assessing improvements in governance procedures for General Ledger and all sub-ledgers for GP NOG Operating Company.
Ensuring compliance with local accounting, tax, statutory and other applicable regulations in Finance/Accounting.
Assist in assessing and implementing system changes as required due to global or local changes in regulations or process improvements.
You'll partner with External auditors
Internally, you'll partner with the Head of Accounting/Controlling Hub, commercial functions in Divisions / BUs and legal entities, other CCS functions, GBS, CF R HQ departments, and our Internal Audit team.
Required Knowledge/Skills, Education, and Experience
Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or related field.
7 plus years of experience in operational accounting. Experience with projects implementation desirable.
Knowledge and work experience of SAP is highly desirable for this role.
Knowledge of the Financial Reporting Guidelines.
Establish an environment of trust and encourage team members to speak up.
Develop and leverage relationships within/across team/work groups to achieve results.
Choose the best course of action through effective decision making.
Lay out action plans, translate strategic priorities into measures and execute accordingly.
Use effective involvement to gain acceptance of ideas and commitment to actions.
Ability to effectively communicate across all levels of the organization.
Self-motivated and driven to achieve goals.
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