Manager, Operations Accounting for Newmont International Services Limited (Greenwood Village, CO)
Manage monthly operational accounting support and administration for BPC STATS, and accounting requirements and procedures for stockpiles and leach pad inventory modeling and net realizable value adjustments, including quarterly execution of corporate oversight internal control under SOX 404; Support and manage process for BPC STATS production statistics load and reporting, including monthly BPC PROJECTS data analysis; Support efforts to develop and maintain accounting guidelines and procedures and related job aids for operational accounting topics; Manage administration of the company's Blackline software tool, utilized globally for account reconciliation as part of the month-end close; includes ongoing analysis and assessment of future functionality associated with regional month-end close processes; Prepare and/or review Results of Operations and other MD&A sections as part of company's SEC external reporting on a quarterly basis; Partner and lead coordination with corporate planning and operating locations to ensure accounting standards are applied appropriately and consistently in budgets and forecasts. Assist with identified continuous improvement projects ranging from accounting processes, systematic solutions in both SAP and BPC, controls and data requirement definition; and Perform special projects, such as: acquisitions/divestitures and integration activities, fixed assets and deprecation reviews and analysis, reclamation processes and annual updates, and supports related to external audit activities.
Position supervises 1 subordinate - Senior Operations Accounting Analyst.
Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance or related field. Requires 5 years of progressive post-bachelor's related experience, which must include some experience in each of the following skills: Stockpile inventory accounting and net realizable value (NRV) computation in accordance with US GAAP; Preparation of SEC quarterly and annual reports (10-Q and 10-K) under Section 13 or 15(d) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934; SEC Industry Guide 7 related to mining activities; Investment evaluation, Authorization for Expenditure (AFE) and capital spend analysis; Non-GAAP measures as published by the World Gold Council guidance relating to Sustaining and Non-sustaining capital and expense allocations and All-in Sustaining Cost calculations; SAP transaction codes and BPC report-writing; and Internal control system design.
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Posting ID: 565544704Posted: 2020-08-04