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Senior Group Reporting Advisor - Controller
Shell Business Operations
- Czerwone Maki 85, Dębniki, KrakówKraków, Lesser Poland
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- contract of employment
- senior specialist (Senior)
- hybrid work
- Immediate employment
- remote recruitment
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The Business Accounting Advisor is responsible for the identification and understanding of the accounting and reporting aspects of a global and diverse business and for the professional communication of related issues to senior stakeholders.
Working closely with Business Country focal points, Business Finance Leads, the Business Controller, M&A deal managers and Finance Operations to manage the business accounting framework and ensure accounting policy application.
Responsible for managing relationships with the external auditors.
Provide support in resolving accounting related issues and responsibility for execution of quarterly controls in a timely manner.
Understand the drivers of the Business and use diagnostic skills, commercial acumen and relationships to identify, articulate and deliver strategic and operational solutions.
Preparation of Notes to the Consolidated Financial Statements and other externally reported disclosures (QRA).
Support Reporting & Planning teams with sector specific data required for financial statement preparation (20F), quarterly reporting (QRA) and the Group Planning process.
Quarter close reporting activities, including analytical review of financials per Business, ensuring compliance with accounting policies and preparation of commentaries.
Originate and Manage the Group Audit Review Papers, which are documents explaining accounting treatment in response to general Shell Group and business related complex accounting issues related to projects and topics having significant impact on the Group financial statements.
Accountable for reviewing the Group Investment Proposals (GIP) and ensuring that risks and accounting treatment are properly explained and documented before the EVP Controller support is granted.
Lastly, the role will have various Subject Matter Expert areas assigned to it, like specific IFRS areas or business specific KPIs, including providing trainings to SBO community.
The key finance competencies required are in the areas of Accounting Principles, Accounting Operations and Business Analysis, including deep knowledge of IFRS/IAS.
Degree in Accounting or Finance.
At least 6 years of audit experience (Big4) or 8 years of finance background in multinational companies.
Well-developed business understanding and strong business focus.
The ability to provide accounting advice and apply a disciplined and firm approach to complex issues.
The ability to work independently, resolve complex issues and work proactively, anticipating internal and external events that may affect the Groups accounts.
Excellent analytical skills.
The ability to work quickly and accurately under considerable time pressure, having an orientation to detail and high quality while maintaining the big picture.
The ability to work effectively in a matrix environment given significant cross-department processes.
Well-developed communication and influencing skills, effective at all levels in the organization. The ability to challenge data and processes as appropriate, whilst maintaining strong relationships across the Group.
What we offer
Modern office set-up with its own canteen and discount for meals, coffee corner, relax rooms, bike & car parking space, electric charger for cars and improved accessibility standards
Attractive and competitive salary package
Programmes that support well-being & mental health: Employee Assistance Programs, medical consultations and coaching sessions
Discount for Shell fuel
Complex medical care and individual life insurance
Assistive technologies and reasonable adjustments for people with disabilities
International working environment and collaboration in high vibrant community
Work-life balance support: hybrid working & flexible time arrangements, sabbaticals, MultiSport Card, vouchers for cultural and free time activities
Additional funds for trainings and certifications / role dependant (ACCA, CIMA, CIPS, Lean Six Sigma)
private medical care
sharing the costs of foreign language classes
remote work opportunities
flexible working time
corporate products and services at discounted prices
no dress code
coffee / tea
parking space for employees
sharing the costs of tickets to the movies, theater
employee referral program
electric car charger
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Shell in Kraków
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, a job at Shell will offer the chance to build a lasting and meaningful career. As one of 5 Business Operations centres located worldwide, we will give you the chance to interact and work with people across the world, helping to deliver excellent support to business clients and stakeholders.
Shell Polska employs more than 4700 professionals: 4500+ in Kraków and 200 in Warsaw.
Our employees represent 59 nationalities and operate in over 20 different languages.
People with disabilities are more than welcome to apply as we provide reasonable accommodations and assistive technologies for people with diverse disabilities.
If you have disability or special need that requires accommodation, please let us know by completing Application form.
Shell Business Operations Krakow becoming the 1st Shell business by number of staff in Europe. We currently provide operations for almost 40 countries, and are a strong European foothold for divers departments as follow:
- Customer Operations
- Contracting & Procurement
- Trading & Supply
- Finance Operations
- HR Service
- External Relations
- Internal Communications
- Order to Delivery
- Lubricants Supply Chain
- Technical Asset Operations
- Creative Solutions
Shell Business Operations
Shell is an international energy company with expertise in the exploration, production, refining and marketing of oil and natural gas, and the manufacturing and marketing of chemicals global energy company. Around 84,000 employees across more than 70 countries work together to power progress through more and cleaner energy solutions. We use advanced technologies and take an innovative approach to help build a sustainable energy future. We are working to advance disability & enablement, gender balance, culture/ethnicity and LGBT+ inclusion within Shell and the communities where we work.
Shell Business Operations is a key differentiator, delivering competitive advantage for Shell across the world with first-class activities, including simplification, standardization and digitalisation.