The role of Commodity Risk Analyst is a key control position within the Integrated Supply & Trading (IST) Finance & Risk organization in the NAGP business unit. The analyst will interface with both domestic and international supply and trading personnel and leadership. The successful analyst will balance independence with a business enabling partnership. This position is accountable for ensuring a world class control environment and requires a deep understanding of the activities not only within Commodity Risk but also with global crude, products, and NGLs markets as a whole. This analyst will be part of a team delivering the core accountabilities of independent daily exposures, risks, working capital, and P&L analysis while enforcing the IST Operating Standards & Control Processes. This role will be accountable for providing deep business understanding and control through the delivery of value-added reporting and analysis.
Bachelor’s Degree in Finance, Accounting, Financial Mathematics, Economics, Engineering, or other Quantitative field
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