Corp Transactions & Valuation Analyst

Last updated 2 days ago
Location:Western Australia
Job Type:Full Time

It’s an exciting time to be joining Western Power. The way we use power is changing. The grid is evolving. And it’s our people who are helping connect everyone to a brighter energy future.

Our collaborative and safe work environment allows you to develop and expand your expertise in an industry that’s constantly evolving. We’re committed to equal opportunity and providing a flexible work life balance that empowers you to work smarter and supports your career growth.

Now more than ever, we need talented and passionate people to join us and help shape the future of energy in WA. Explore the fantastic opportunity below.

This is a permanent, full time position, located at Perth Head Office.

About the Role:

As a key member of the Corporate Finance and Investment team, the Corporate Transactions and Valuation Analyst is responsible for ensuring commercially prudent, evidence-based decision making which is consistent with maximising the long-term value of the corporation.

  • The primary responsibility of the position is to ensure seamless delivery of the credit risk management function, including co-ordinating and performing credit risk analyses, counter party risk analyses and supplier reviews, and managing financial security arrangements
  • As a member of a cross-skilled, multi-discipline team, you will also analyse and manage major corporate transactions, significant investments, strategic projects and enterprise valuations, as well as ensuring the efficient allocation of capital

About you:

The successful applicant will be experienced and competent in the following:

  • Experience performing credit risk and supplier review analyses on a range of different business arrangements
  • Strong business acumen, comprehensive analytical skills and demonstrated capability to deliver clear analytical insights which are supported by detailed and robust analysis
  • A broad knowledge within a financial or commercial environment or related area requiring an advanced understanding of diverse practices and principles
  • Demonstrated capability preparing and maintaining detailed and highly flexible financial models
  • Strong organisation and time management abilities to manage several priorities
  • Demonstrated influencing, communication and interpersonal skills
  • A Bachelor's degree in Finance, Business or equivalent discipline

What’s on Offer?

At Western Power, our people are our strength. As an employee at Western Power, we offer:

  • Competitive remuneration;
  • A safe and sustainable workplace
  • Equal opportunity employment;
  • Personal development and training opportunities;
  • Flexible work arrangements and
  • An award-winning employee recognition programme.

Like to know more?

Please submit a copy of your current resume and covering letter together with your qualifications and proof of working rights in Australia.

Applications Close: 27th January 2021

Does this role sound like you? If you're ready to be apart of something great, apply now!