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Performs a wide variety of financial analyses to provide company management with interpretive and predictive financial information that is used to make business performance assessments and capital investment/divestment decisions. Develops cross-functional partnerships to identify strategic and commercial opportunities and to resolve performance issues.
Supports medium sized clients/customers and makes significant contributions to more complex projects under periodic supervision. General knowledge of the work function and Chevron’s practices.

Chevron Corporation is organized in four main divisions covering the integrated cycle of an energy company: Upstream, Midstream, Downstream & Chemicals & New energies.

Upstream is responsible for the exploration and production of oil and natural gas worldwide. Chevron has an exceptionally strong portfolio with key operations in the world's most important oil and gas regions.

Buenos Aires Upstream Accounting Department provides financial and accounting services to two of the three Regions where the organization has presence:

North America (CNAEP), headquartered in Houston with five business units: Canada, Gulf of Mexico, Midcontinent, Rockies, and San Joaquin Valley.

Middle East, Africa, South America (MEASA), headquartered in Houston with five Business Units: Eastern Mediterranean, Latin America, Nigeria/Mid-Africa, Southern Africa, and Saudi Arabian Chevron.

Upstream Business in BASSC is significantly growing due to different global and regional initiatives such as PDC Energy acquisition, new Venezuela Business, Argentina Asset Development and Digital Core Implementation.

About Upstream North America Property Accounting Team

We are responsible for handling the fixed asset and project accounting activities for CNAEP BUs (US & CBU) and Mid-Africa Bus (Ex-Noble International). These are our main processes:

  • Project Accounting: create projects (capital or expense) according to the AFE & capitalization policy with the corresponding approval.

  • Fixed Asset Accounting: Handle project capitalizations and subsequent fixed asset transactions (retirements, transfers, etc.).

  • Depreciation, Depletion & Amortization (DD&A): managing processes & reports that have impact on Upstream assets on CNAEP’s books are depreciated either by Non-UOP or UOP (unit of production) method.

  • Asset Retirement Obligations (ARO) & Land Assets: manage activities & reporting of Land Assets, Asset Retirement Obligations (ARO) and Environmental Liabilities.

  • Participate in new companies’ integration, digital core and other special projects.

About the position

The main purpose of this position is to ensure AFEs (Capital or Expense) settlement is performed accurately and on time to capitalize assets and record expense costs, book necessary asset transactions and monthly depreciation, depletion, and amortization (DD&A) expense.

Main Activities: Responsibilities for this position may include but are not limited to:

  • Coordinate MEC for all AUCs & Fixed Assets Accounting and confirm completion by 7th WD.

  • Work with PA team members by providing timely feedback on their activities and delivering training on identified gap areas.

  • Demonstrate sense of urgency while performing all my activities, including but not limited to monitoring and correcting data integrity errors, performing account reconciliations, preparing / reviewing monthly and quarterly reports in a timely manner.

  • Work with peers in different Property Accounting special projects to improve current processes.

  • Be a point of contact for SBU specific requests. Direct handle issues / requests with BU Finance and several FSS Teams.

  • Account for Asset under Construction (AUC’s) and Fixed Asset activities accurately and timely, including but not limited to asset transactions (retirements, transfers, etc.), asset capitalizations, data integrity errors, etc.

  • Complete Property Accounting and Project Developer monitoring reports accurately and in a timely manner

  • Accurately and timely set up and release AFEs

  • Explore Digital opportunities to accelerate and streamline work.

  • Prepare Monthly Variance analysis and report it to Consolidation and Reporting team.

  • Ensure SOX controls are correctly in place.

  • Understand and apply accounting fundamentals and principles to account for operational activities.

  • Analyze financial information, select, and gather data, and recommend or determine a course of action

  • Analyze and reconcile accounts. Prepare income and balance sheet variance explanations.

  • Execute closing and reporting activities.

  • Identify and initiate work process improvements.

  • Commitment to achieve and maintain cohesive working relationships with internal partners.

Required Qualification/Soft Skills:

  • Good Communication (English)

  • Good Oratory/presentation skills.

  • Analytically strong.

  • Ability to listen carefully and use clear, concise oral and written skills to convey facts, present positions, and interpret policies.

  • Enjoy working with people of diverse cultural backgrounds.

  • Display initiative and leadership, handling multiple job responsibilities, setting priorities, maintaining a high level of accomplishment, and implementing improvements to processes.

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