Job Description Perform Business and Financial analysis by coordinating the Latest Estimate. The incumbent is a member of the finance team and is responsible for Produce timely and relevant management information to EPM, SENV and JV.
Undertake meaningful financial analysis on the management information to better manage the business.
Track actual and latest estimate spending against the GIPs in place for exploration and development work.
Prepare the underlying paperwork for board resolution approvals.
Accountabilities Support SENV annual business Plan Finance Focal point of Shell Egypt OPEX end to end process. Finance Focal Point for partners FinComs Responsible for producing the quarter Latest Estimate process Ensures correctness production latest estimates figures Produce timely and relevant Management Information Track monthly actual and Latest Estimate spending against Business Plan for development and exploration Monitor and analyse EXPEX, CAPEX, OPEX and production monthly Manages an effective interface with JV to ensure alignment on key Latest Estimates parameters Participates on the monthly closing process and provides quality checks of actuals Support the ARPR process by providing the accurate OPEX actual figures and UOC Assist in completing Impairment assessments and value erosion reviews. Analysis monthly financial reports, investigates main variances against LE/Target Responsible for analysing and verifying input received from JV Challenging cost spending via ECR and ensuring that appropriate actions are taken to control spend Requirements Finance Degree Previous experience with Finance preferably in the Oil and Gas Knowledge of SAP Sound financial analysis skills Clear and concise ability to explain difficult issues in simple terms Company Description At Shell Egypt, we believe that people are our greatest asset. You will see that our commitment to your career reflects our drive to innovate on many levels. We are committed to supply the world’s need for energy in socially and environmentally responsible ways and our commitment to diversity will always be of paramount importance. Shell began operations in Egypt in 1911 and has been a steady presence and employer ever since. In addition, our social investment and development programmes attest to our commitment to make a difference for Egypt’s youth. Shell Egypt runs workshop-based sessions aimed at delivering today's practical business skills to students through lectures and training conducted by experienced Shell hires, such as the “Step Towards Progress” (STP) at Cairo University; the “Annual Conference for Engineering Students” (ACES) & the “Give and Gain” programme at Ain Shams University, the “Real Life Project” at the American University of Cairo and the “Al Amal Programme” (Hope Programme)