Company: ENGIE
Skills: Financial Analyst, Financial Audit
Experience: 5 + Years
Education: Bachelors/3-5 yr Degree
Employment Type: Full Time Salaried Employee
Location: Spokane, Washington, United States


Treasury Credit Analyst

Organisation : Finance - Americas

ENGIE Impact delivers sustainability solutions and services to corporations, cities and governments across the globe. Comprised of existing and proven ENGIE Group businesses, ENGIE Impact brings together a wide range of strategic and technical capabilities, to provide a comprehensive offer to support clients in tackling their complex sustainability challenges from strategy to execution. Why join us ?

With 18 offices worldwide and headquarters in New York City, ENGIE Impact today has a portfolio of 1,000 clients, including 25% of the Fortune 500 Companies, across more than 1,000,000 sites. Uniting ENGIE Insight, Ecova UK, Red Engineering and the Advisory and Advanced Analytics division of Tractebel under a common umbrella, ENGIE Impact was created to engage with executives and organizational leaders to set tailored strategies and specific roadmaps to achieve their sustainability and zero-carbon objectives, across energy, water, waste and more, globally.

Ready to act Right Now, for Tomorrow?

Job Description
The Treasury Credit Analyst is responsible for performing risk analysis around client verticals and client specific, cash positioning, and other ad-hoc projects related to strategic decision making and automation within Treasury.

Function
The Treasury Credit Analyst will work cross-functionally between Treasury and a diverse set of ENGIE Impact business units, collaborating with stakeholders to gather, aggregate and analyze data so that financial risks and exposures can be monitored and mitigated.

  • Investigate, launch and maintain the in-house credit tool for the ENGIE Impact Corporation. Administer/maintain the tool on an on-going basis.
  • Design and build risk monitoring models, systems and reporting dashboards that present risks and mitigation solutions.
  • Monitor and analyze counterparty credit risk of financial and business partners, identifying trends and providing recommendations based on industry knowledge, insight and trend analysis.
  • Create process around new and existing clients to align pricing with credit rating.
  • Monitor and track client demographics such as credit rating, restructures, mergers or acquisitions, environmental impacts, and changing legislation in order to proactively identify potential client issues and/or opportunities.
  • Gather, aggregate and analyze data so that financial risks and exposures can be monitored and mitigated. Exposures include but are not limited to interest rate and counterparty risks.
  • Provide real-time quantitative analysis of performance with a focus on identifying areas for improving program effectiveness and efficiency, identifying funding behaviors and patterns including but not limited to counterparty specifics, client industry, advances and client stage (on-boarding vs steady state).
  • Actively seek to uncover operational and financial risks embedded in various business lines that could affect profitability and/or be detrimental to business continuity.
  • Implement recommendations that drive improved results and processes, gaining the trust and buy-in of stakeholders and other cross-functional parties to ensure successful adoption.
  • Knowledgeable in global liquidity management structures, cash forecasting models, global bank partnerships (including evaluation of cost/mix of services), global connectivity strategies, and relationship scorecards.
  • Assists with project assignments, financial reporting and financial modeling of historical and forecasted cash flows, regression and sensitivity analysis.
  • Ability to work with cross-functional teams and internal and external customers, communicating both written and verbally, complex Treasury concepts in ways that are meaningful and useful to non-Treasury professionals.
  • Ensures compliance with internal controls, policies and procedures and adherence to SOX controls, developing treasury related documentation as appropriate.
Do you tick all the boxes?

We are looking for talented and motivated people to create the future of sustainability transition. Join a rewarding and flexible work environment that encourages innovation and creativity and help us meet the energy challenges of today and tomorrow.
  • Bachelor's level degree (or equivalent experience) required; degree in business management or finance strongly preferred.
  • Minimum five years of Treasury, Accounting or Finance experience in a multi-national corporation.
  • Understanding of accounting concepts.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills with attention to detail and accuracy.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to design, develop, implement and improve processes.
  • Strong organizational methods for handling multiple projects and prioritizing deliverables.
  • Strong data manipulation skills, including Excel and SQL: Lookups, pivots, complex formulas.

Equal Employment Opportunity
All employment decisions shall be made without regard to age, race, creed, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, disability status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, marital status, citizenship status or any other basis as protected by federal, state, or local law.

Additional Information
  • Posting Date: Jan 11, 2021