Corporate Development Manager

Vancouver, British Columbia (CA)
Oct 11, 2017
Nov 10, 2017
Job Function
Corporate Finance
Employment Type
Full Time

Job Summary

Reporting to the Manager, Corporate Finance and Treasury the primary responsibilities for the role are to support the organization through quantitative analysis and risk assessment for business development projects, and providing assistance for the Company’s treasury and financial planning functions.

Key Accountabilities: 

Prepare and maintain financial models to support project investment decisions for acquisition projects and business development opportunities. Review commercial agreements and due diligence materials to assess business risks, and support negotiations. Prepare presentations and other project deliverables summarizing due diligence findings to assist management and the board of directors in making key investment decisions.

Assist in corporate financial planning and analysis activities through the development and maintenance of financial forecasts for corporate planning and regulatory filings. Prepare and maintain valuation models in support of fair value, goodwill, and impairment analysis.

Participate in cash, debt and equity management processes including credit facilities, debentures, commercial paper, prospectuses, debt compliance, interest and dividend payments and partnership disbursements.

Perform financial analysis for counterparty credit and financial hedging positions in order to reduce risks associated with gas trading. Review commercial agreements and assess counterparty credit risk

Develop, review and maintain financial models to support working capital requirements or project investment decisions.

All other relevant duties as assigned.

Education and Experience: 

Bachelor’s Degree in Finance, Commerce or Business Administration and a professional accounting designation (CPA, CA, CMA, CGA), plus a minimum of four (4) years of recent experience in a treasury or financial analysis role. A finance or valuation designation (CBV, CFA) would be an asset.

Technical Competencies: 

Proven ability to take initiative on challenges and learn independently

Demonstrated ability to manage a significant workload for sustained periods

Strong verbal and written communication skills

Strong interpersonal and facilitation skills

Demonstrated ability to exercise professional judgment when handling sensitive and confidential matters

Financial modelling experience is preferred

Some exposure to, and understanding of, rate-regulated industries is preferred

Additional Information:

This is a full time temporary position with an approximate end date of 1/31/2019.

While this position is located in downtown Vancouver, incumbents must be willing and able to travel to Surrey and Kelowna locations.