Country Malaysia City/State Cyberjaya-Wisma Shell Work Location Cyberjaya-Wisma Shell
Finance Operations is one of the largest and most progressive branded captive finance operations organisation in the world. We consist of over 6,400 staff, which is more than half of the overall finance function in Shell. We externally benchmark ourselves towards wold-class standards and are award winning for excellence in improvement and innovation. At the heart of it all, we embrace sustainable working and diversity. Whilst being located in Cyberjaya – Malaysia, we are globally connected and complement our network which enables us to harness a multitude of benefits. We are an organisation which provides process discipline and mastery to Shell entities across the globe in general, and more specifically focused in Asia. We are currently looking to fill roles for individuals who have the ability and fluency in reading, speaking and / or writing Thai. There are a range of opportunities within our Finance Operations team in SBO KL which includes Revenue Expenditure, Reporting & Analysis, Hydrocarbon and Tax, which you may find below:
Reporting & Analysis: Financial management and group/local reporting, business planning and appraisal. We perform accounting for USD 33 billion of capital expenditure, and reconcile USD 7 trillion (absolute) of assets and liabilities.
- Finance Business Analyst:
The Business Analyst will provide analysis to challenge the status quo, data analytics and business insights, working collaboratively as an equal to influence the value drivers for that business and to support decision making. The role holder will have strong collaboration skills and the ability to influence senior Business and Finance professionals across the organization.
- Finance Accountant
The role will have a mix of deliverables between complex accounting and reporting activities. Ensuring business transactions are accounted either automatically or manually in line with the Standard Global Processes as well as Shell and External accounting guidelines or to build accounted numbers into standard reports. This could be through automation of systems or manual interventions.