Cash Forecast Analyst

Saudi Arabia
18 Mar 2016
25 Nov 2016
Oil and Gas
Contract Type
Full Time
Position Description
The MLT Cash forecasting Group is part of the Corporate finance Division in Treasury. Its function is to provide Mid/Long term cash forecasting of Saudi Aramco cash on a corporate level.
Saudi Aramco, a global leader in oil exploration, production and refining is seeking a Financial analyst to join the MLT Cash Forecasting Group to assist in running the Hyperion Strategic finance (HSF) cash forecasting model and analyze the company's cash requirement and funding options. The successful applicant will be involved in all aspects of the Groups' wide-ranging activities, but will have specific responsibility for running and maintaining the HSF model.

The successful applicant will possess experience in development and implementation of forecasting and strategic financial models gained from a career in Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) consulting and implementation firms.

We expect candidates to have the ability to establish personal credibility with various internal and external parties and to demonstrate excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Applicants must be team orientated, able to work with minimum supervision to meet challenging deadlines.

Minimum Requirements
An accounting and financial management degree.
Professional accreditation/candidacy: CFA or CPA is preferred.
2-5 years' experience in financial model implementation and development;
A comprehensive understanding of strategic finance models, specifically Hyperion Strategic Finance.
English language fluency.

Duties and Responsibilities
Will be required to perform the following:

Assist in Running and maintaining the HSF model;
Run and analyze different cash flow scenarios.
Report on company cash flows and cash requirement.
Analyze and assess the company's different finding options.
Prepare presentation and reports to be shared with upper management.
Represent the interests of division at internal and external meetings and assignments.