Chief Accounting Officer

Job description

About the job

We are working with a well-established developer/financial institution that is looking to grow its Renewable Investments Finance team. Our client owns and operates 5GW+ of renewable energy assets across the US. You would be joining the team which supports the Wind & Solar portfolio.

In this role you have the opportunity to perform and direct technical accounting (research & oversight) on the firm's most complex & business-critical transactions - this includes acquisitions, purchase/sale & restructurings. You will also work globally and be responsible for the business' financial reporting workflow - working with teams in the US & Asia

Some Information about the role:

  • Lead the development, implementation and oversight of internal controls - including recommendations for business process improvement
  • Complete, in a timely manner, reports filed with external counter-parties - including the SEC
  • Manage the financial statement audit process for 25+ audits across investment funds, corporate & project entities
  • Work alongside Investment, M&A & Asset Management teams to perform ad-hoc analysis/assessments on special projects/reporting requirements

Who we are looking for:

  • 6 years minimum of financial accounting experience - including public company financial operations experience, and financial reporting experience - preferably in energy, real estate, or financial services
  • Comfortable working in a fast-paced environment and able to work through dynamic & complex accounting situations
  • Prior knowledge of US GAAP & SEC reporting requirements is essential
  • Excellent communicator who can work with external auditors on reporting & related technical accounting issues
  • Self-starter with the ability to independently execute, manage & complete on required deliverables/projects/special initiatives
  • A CPA / similar is required
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