About the job
Our client is a market leader in renewable energy assets across the United States that currently owns, operates, or has contracted more than 6,000 MWac of capacity among a portfolio of over 65 renewable energy assets, with an additional pipeline of projects in excess of 3,000 MWac.
- The individual in this role will become part of a small, inclusive, highly skilled team responsible for supporting the portfolio of wind and solar energy projects in a fast-paced environment that values collaboration, thoughtful problem solving, and attention to detail.
- This role will provide the opportunity to gain a macro view of the company's broader financial activities and learn about complex legal entity structures and transactions.
- The job affords substantial interaction with other departments and business areas, including Legal & Compliance, FP&A, deal teams, developers, and asset managers.
- You’ll work on a wide variety of corporate finance initiatives, with a heavy focus on managing the company's five corporate debt facilities, Treasury, and Financial Planning & Analysis (FP&A). When managing the debt facilities, you’ll work on periodic updates to the financing models and supporting work papers.
- On the Treasury side, you’ll be responsible for coordinating and administering various cash payments and receipts across 65-plus solar and wind projects, and financing and corporate entities, while ensuring the adequacy of funds at all times. You’ll work with stakeholders including bankers, investors, senior management, asset managers, and accounting to ensure that the cash side of the business is functioning efficiently, and continuously develop and implement process improvements.
- On the FP&A side, you’ll be responsible for forecasting the company's short-term and long-term cash position at both the corporate and project levels, tracking overall deal flow, planning for upcoming significant fundings, and identifying and alleviating liquidity and covenant compliance concerns, and optimizing distributions.
- You’ll use various existing forecasting and budgeting tools in this process while striving to build them out further and implement new ones to streamline, consolidate, and broaden our forecasting capabilities.
- Candidates should have two to four years of financial experience, preferably in the energy, real estate, or financial services sectors.
- Experience in treasury and/or financial planning and analysis is helpful but not required. Proven analytical abilities, well-developed communication, and organizational skills, and keen attention to detail are vital to this role.
- The ability to work both independently and collaboratively with teams located in different time zones and jurisdictions is of great importance.
- A Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
$120k - $140k base plus bonus