Chevron Corporation Compliance, Internal Controls and Optimization Senior Analyst in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Chevron is one of the world's leading energy companies, with approximately 60,000 employees working in countries around the world. Chevron explores, produces and transports crude oil and natural gas; refines, markets and distributes fuels and other energy products; manufactures and sells petrochemical products; generates power; and develops future energy resources. Chevron values integrity, trust, diversity and ingenuity.
The Chevron Business Support Center (BASSC), located in Buenos Aires (Puerto Madero), Argentina, is accepting online applications for the position of Compliance, Internal Controls and Optimization Senior Analyst. Successful candidates will join the BASSC Finance team.
Reports to: Head of Compliance, Internal Controls and Optimizations for Latin America (Upstream)
The position will support Chevron Latin America Upstream organizations in matters related to Compliance, Internal Controls, Audit and Optimizations, providing guidance on company policies, processes and procedures to mitigate associated risks.
The Latin America business unit (BU) is a very diverse organization incorporating four major country locations with several joint ventures (operated and non-operated) and or equity affiliates.
Operations are complex due to the requirement to work with various laws, customs and labor force issues. The scale, complexity and diversity of the BUs correlates directly to the number and intricacy of internal controls and compliance issues.
A significant part of the work consists of multiple non-routine type tasks with widely varying deadlines and scope. The individual will often be assigned multiple tasks and good organizational skills are therefore very important. In addition, the individual will be exposed to interact with senior management either by phone, email and prepare and make presentations.
Main duties & responsibilities
Develop and maintain Compliance program and Internal Control metrics to determine trends and areas of risk
Review and provide guidance over sensitive transaction requests and
Coordinate FCPA reconciliations (approved $ X $ spent, conditional approvals)
Assist to develop, review, communicate and deploy new policies, procedures and guidelines to support regional operations
Provide Consulting/Communications and share best practices on Internal Controls and Compliance subjects
Assist to prepare materials for Compliance Audit Committees
Review and coordinate the Conflict of Interest process and procedures
Perform Inventory and Risk Assessments over Non-operated joint ventures (NOJVs) and contractors
Proactively partner with businesses to assess risks and identify potential areas of compliance vulnerability; recommending controls and procedures for avoidance of compliance risk and action plans for resolution of problematic issues
Obtain NOJV/affiliate Certifications from operators
Perform due diligences over potential vendors
Assist in the annual Representation Letter process
Partner with parent company Compliance and Internal Controls functions and other key stakeholders on enterprise-wide initiatives
Responsible for preparation and analysis of monthly, quarterly, and annual Compliance & Internal Controls and Compliance (ICC) Corporate requirements.
Coordinate mandatory and discretionary trainings
Backup support to business units ICC teams during vacations/resource constraints
Follow up over internal Audit findings and NOJV/Affiliate and contractor audit claims/exceptions
Support Internal/external, NOJV, Contractors and partners audits(JV)
Administrate the Delegation of Authorities (DOA) process and monitor Segregation of Duties
Plan, Monitor and report SOX process
Assists in monitoring internal controls and compliance processes with company policies through Spot checks and desktop reviews
Manage/review application system user access
Maintain vendor Masterfile
Identify, evaluate, prioritize and implement optimization opportunities on internal controls and compliance processes
Coordinate projects, develop action plans and timelines, remove barriers, identify risks and mitigating plans
Facilitate communications with corporate Compliance and Internal Controls
Assist to develop the ICC annual plan
Maintain share point, area website, DOA and Conflict of Interest system tools
Interact with IT team to support the area systems
Work as guest auditor in NOJV or Contractor reviews
Internal Stakeholders: Liaison with the Latin America (LA) leadership team, including Director, Country and General Managers, Compliance Audit Committee Members, Finance Managers and Compliance and Internal control (ICC) Managers and teams from all LA locations and BASSC ICC team, Corporate Internal Audit function, Corporate Legal Compliance and Internal Control functions.
External Stakeholders: Liaison and coordination with significant number of Compliance and Internal Controls stakeholders from the Oil & Gas industry (partners, contractors and industry associations)
5+ years of experience working on Compliance, Internal Controls and Accounting activities
Strong written and verbal communication skills with dynamic and presentation abilities
Fluent in English (reading, writing and speaking) (Portuguese is desirable)
Professional presence, excellent oral and written communication and presentation skills, and experience delivering dynamic and, clear presentations to management
Excellent collaboration skills and demonstrated team player
Effective team and results-oriented lead style in a multi-task environment
Excellent organizational and analytical skills and a demonstrated record of cross-functional collaboration
Well organized, prior project management experience and strong problem-solving skills
experience in anti-bribery laws, regulations and organizations best practices (e.g.: FCPA)
Experience in interactions with all levels of an organization, including senior management
Demonstrated ability to be proactive and handle multiple projects simultaneously, focus on critical priorities and apply appropriate judgment in escalating competing priorities and substantive issues for guidance
Business Knowledge & Client focus
work independently as well as collaboratively and motivate and inspire a team
Proficient technology skills, including PC desktop tools, like MS Power Point, Excel, Word and database management.
JDE experience/knowledge, Finance & SCM knowledge (desirable)
Willingness to travel as needed (very low)
Required Education: BS Degree in administration or accounting
Competitive base pay
Annual incentive award (bonus)
Work from home and flexible schedule options
Supplemental Life Insurance Plan
Family Health Premium Plan
Day Care Subsidy
Educational Assistance Program
Employee Assistance Program
Recognition & Award Program
Relocation Options: Relocation will not be considered.
Chevron regrets that it is unable to sponsor employment Visas or consider individuals on time-limited Visa status for this position.
Chevron participates in E-Verify in certain locations as required by law.
Chevron Corporation is one of the world's leading integrated energy companies. Through its subsidiaries that conduct business worldwide, the company is involved in virtually every facet of the energy industry. Chevron explores for, produces and transports crude oil and natural gas; refines, markets and distributes transportation fuels and lubricants; manufactures and sells petrochemicals and additives; generates power; and develops and deploys technologies that enhance business value in every aspect of the company's operations. Chevron is based in San Ramon, Calif. More information about Chevron is available at www.chevron.com.
Chevron is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status, or other status protected by law or regulation.