Fluor Project Finance Manager - AMECO in Kitimat, British Columbia
AMECO was founded in 1947 as part of Daniel Construction, a US regional construction company and general contractor. In 1977 the company was acquired by Fluor Corporation and, by 1989, the two companies had gone global. Today, AMECO delivers integrated equipment and tool solutions to industries around the world.
AMECO Canada is currently seeking a Finance Manager for the LNG-Canada project in Kitimat, BC on a 14/7 rotational schedule. The successful individual will be an individual contributor responsible for all Finance and Accounting activities for the project and will establish and ensure internal controls are being followed across the project site. This position maintains a close working relationship with the Canada Country Manager and Site operations and will directly report to the North American Finance Manager in Greenville, South Carolina.
The successful candidate has demonstrated ability to analyze and comprehend cost structures and financial models and possesses a strong desire to look for opportunities for “value-add” improvements to operational and financial processes. The individual is also comfortable with presenting analysis and recommendations to management and leadership.
Specific Responsibilities will include:
• Identify and analyze financial trends in revenue streams and/or expense categories and make recommendations for improvement
• Prepare various internal management financial reports;
• Understand key commercial terms in a contract and make appropriate judgements and recommendations;
• Problem solving contract related issues;
• Analyze processes and make recommendations to achieve business goals and objectives;
• Participate and assist in preparing executive project reviews including communicating and presenting financial forecasts, risks/opportunities and execution issues;
• Experience exercising influence in a matrixed and cross-functional environment;
• Act as a business partner to the various departments by educating on financial impacts to decision considerations;
• Assist with updating forecasting models and understand and communicate associated risk profile;
• Liaise with billing department to ensure billings are properly stated and required changes are properly communicated;
• Enforce proper accounting methods, policies and principles;
• Support and enforce proper inventory procedures;
• Ensure accurate cost coding to project ledgers and appropriate level of approvals exist for processing invoices;
• Liaise with purchasing department to ensure timely resolution of PO conflicts and supplier related issues when necessary;
• Maintain excellent relationships with vendors, customers and project managers;
• Manage accounts receivable and collections;
• Ensure accurate recording of payroll journals.
Job ID: 126538BR
State: British Columbia
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