Corporate Finance Analyst
Gibson Energy ULC
Calgary, AB
Position Details
Location: Calgary, AB
Job Status: Permanent Full-Time
Department: Strategy, Planning & Investor Relations

PRIMARY PURPOSE OF JOB:
The Corporate Finance Analyst will support a broad suite of functions within the Finance group, including Corporate Planning, Corporate Development, Treasury, and Investor Relations as part of a cross-functional Analyst Pool. Duties include performing detailed financial modelling and analysis, including economic evaluations and projections; preparing internal and external presentations and other supporting materials; research, track and analyze key capital markets, industry and business metrics, as well as industry competitors and business opportunities in both Canada and the U.S.

ACCOUNTABILITIES:
  • Develop, maintain and improve the financial models and databases required to support various finance initiatives including forecasts for the existing business, evaluation of M&A&D opportunities and new projects, and analysis of financing needs and opportunities
  • Assist in the preparation and review of the monthly scorecard and forecasting process as well as in the development of materials for the company’s strategy, planning and budgeting cycles
  • Prepare materials as part of the quarterly reporting cycle including various board materials, planning and forecasting updates, and development of investor relations materials
  • Support larger scale initiatives, such as Investor Day and presentations to Rating Agencies
  • Provide other analysis and support, as required
  • Demonstrates a personal commitment and proactive approach to Environment, Health & Safety (EH&S) through participation in all applicable EH&S programs and ensures safe operation of the branch, team or unit and compliance with all Company EH&S policies and procedures
KEY SKILLS:
  • Exceptional level of motivation and ability to work hard, with a focus on quality of work and attention to detail
  • Superior teamwork skills that are complimented with the ability to work autonomously on projects and initiatives
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills, with experience in a role with regular internal/external communication viewed as an asset
QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Bachelor of Commerce degree, with a preference for a Finance or Economics major
  • Progression toward or receipt of CFA, CBV, and / or CPA designation(s) would be preferred, but is not required
  • Strong financial modelling and economic evaluation skills
  • Exceptional Excel and PowerPoint skills
  • Experience in financial analysis, corporate finance or planning roles preferred but not required, with experience in Investment Banking, Sell-side Research, Buy-side or Corporate Planning exposure considered a strong asset
WORKING CONDITIONS:
  • This is an office job based at the Calgary Head Office with a need to travel on rare occasion
Please note: All employment offers are contingent upon completion of satisfactory background check, which, depending upon the position and function you are applying for, may include the following: criminal background check, employment references, employment verification, credit inquiry check and education/credential verification.