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Business Analyst

  • Kraków, małopolskie
  • Specjalista
  • 2017-08-10

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    Royal Dutch Shell is a global group of energy and petrochemicals companies, operating in over 80 countries and territories and employing more than 90,000 people. Our core values of Honesty, Integrity and Respect for People define who we are and how we work. Royal Dutch Shell has developed a global network of Shell Business Operations to provide first-class services to Shell companies across the world.

    Shell Business Operations (SBO) Krakow sits at the centre of Shell’s global businesses, providing an operational backbone to our essential business functions. Working in a vibrant community with strong values and a supportive culture, an SBO-Krakow job will offer the chance to build a lasting and meaningful career. As one of seven Business Operations centres, located worldwide, a job in Krakow will give you the chance to interact and work with people across the world, helping to deliver excellent support to business clients and internal stakeholders as well as advanced financial operations.

    Shell is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer of Minorities, Females, LGBT Equality and Individuals with Disabilities.

    Business Analyst
    Miejsce pracy: Kraków
    nr ref.: 57374BR

    General Position Definition

    The role holder needs to be able handle a variety of management information reporting and accounting issues, utilizing experience and analytical skills to assess complex problems and design solutions under challenges imposed by tight monthly and quarterly closing deadlines. The successful candidate must possess strong communication skills and be capable of developing highly effective relationships with various stakeholders.

    Position description – Accountabilities


    • Understands the business and the link between own role and the business strategy
    • Prepare all input to the financial performance assessment process (from Asset level up to Country level)
    • Participate in Regular Cost Tracking Meetings with business contacts
    • Responsible for correct, reliable and meaningful analysis of financial data to enable value adding MI and understanding of key cost drivers impact, reasonable variance analysis and appropriate interventions
    • Attend regular business performance review meetings, succinctly communicate complex financial results to non-finance stakeholders & challenge business on performance (based on financial results).
    • Work closely with key stakeholders across the business to identify ‘Gap to Potential’, through provision of insightful performance analysis, financial analysis and benchmarking.
    • Challenge the business to move at pace to close identified ‘gap to potential’ ensuring resulting actions are appropriately monitored and impact quantified.
    • Arrange monthly Budget Holder Meetings with the relevant budget holders (incl. Senior Management), based on standard meeting agenda (actuals vs plan, forecast/latest estimates updates, contract changes)
    • Prepare data analysis on request


    • Ensure compliance with the Shell Group Control Framework and relevant standards/guidelines. Identify and Manage Financial Risks.
    • Participate as line resource in Audits or Reviews that form part of the Assurance Plan of the company as required.
    • Financial controls execution


    • University degree in a finance related discipline
    • At least 7 years of experience in budgeting, planning and management reporting areas, understanding of the flow of data from the various systems along with the accounting entries that are generated, be able to quickly identify and correct potential errors in a timely manner
    • Fluent English
    • Strong business partnering and influencing skills
    • Strong analytical and problem solving skills
    • Strong communication skills to be capable of developing effective relationships with stakeholders and business partners
    • Expected to identify opportunities for optimization, streamlining processes and achieving greater organizational efficiency

    Benefits of working at Shell:

    • Meaningful work in a company that is universally respected as a truly global energy leader (one of the world’s biggest companies according to Fortune Global 500)
    • Unique opportunity to fulfill your potential with personal and professional development programs
    • Work in a smart and motivated team within a supportive and inclusive culture with strong values
    • Attractive salary and bonuses
    • Complex medical care and individual life insurance
    • Sports programme & facilities e.g. Multisport Benefits Card, vouchers for free time activities
    • Good atmosphere at work and comfortable working environment: own canteen and a few relax rooms
    • Opportunity to participate in social and community projects
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