Supports the Treasurer and CFO organization by performing financial analyses and making sound recommendations related to cash flows, financial performance, debt and equity management, cost/benefit analysis, capital structure, investment portfolio analysis, business plans, and regulatory alternatives.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Performs financial analysis related to capital structure, capital costs, financing analysis, investment decisions, project initiatives, and other corporate initiatives.
Performs cost/benefit, lease/buy, capital structure, and regulatory alternatives analyses.
Analyzes options for improvement on related processes and costs.
Provides support to pension and credit & risk management activities.
Analyzes and evaluates the Company’s financial forecast and results.
Evaluates optimization activities including debt pre-funding, commodities and financial hedging, credit risk, etc. Understands drivers to credit ratings and the calculation of various credit metrics to assist with the 10-year planning process. Maintains strong professional relationships with a variety of internal and external parties, including consultants, rating agencies, portfolio managers, investors, and other external agents. Confers with internal stakeholders to ensure coordination and validating of key assumptions and outputs.
Reviews financial models including monthly and annual forecast with confidence.
Prepares data, reports, and narrative for regulatory filings, financing applications, cost of capital statements, corporate planning guidelines, and resource plan financial forecasts.
Researches and offers recommendations on a variety of investment issues and alternatives (e.g., pension funding).
Develops and maintains forecasting models (e.g., UI Planner and Excel) that accurately reflect regulatory and company policies, requirements, and guidelines.
Ensures all compliance aspects of position are known and followed; understands and complies with all policies, codes and regulations applicable to position and company.
Performs related duties as assigned.
Essential Education, Skills, and Environment Education and Work Experience Bachelor’s degree from an accredited school plus 6 years of related work experience.
Candidates that do not possess a bachelor’s degree must have a minimum of 10 years of related work experience.
Specialized Knowledge and Skills Demonstrated knowledge of:
Financial models (including excel and UI Planner) and analytical tools in the applicable area of responsibility, including but not limited to the following: budget variance analysis, capital budgeting, tax, portfolio analysis, asset rebalancing, risk management, or cash management.
Skills such as:
Analytical, interpersonal and communication.
Equipment and Applications PCs, word processing, spreadsheet and database software.
Work Environment and Physical Demands General office environment. No special physical demands required.
Internal Number: 104557
About NV Energy
Our commitment to building a stronger energy future is matched by our commitment to our employees who will make it a reality. We equip employees with the resources and support they need to be successful. We encourage teamwork and provide a safe, rewarding work environment.
NV Energy is looking for qualified people to join us in one of the premier energy companies in the West. Located in the fastest growing state in the United States, NV Energy provides electricity to 1.3 million customers throughout Nevada as well as a state tourist population exceeding 40 million annually. Among the many communities we serve are Las Vegas, Reno-Sparks, Henderson, Elko and South Lake Tahoe. We also provide natural gas to more than 155,000 citizens in the Reno-Sparks area.
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