Director of Treasury
- Irving, TX
JP Energy is a rapidly growing company, leading the midstream energy sector with a focus to provide best-in-class customer service for our clients. Our people are our strength, and as we continue to grow, we are always looking for talented and motivated individuals who share a vision for our three founding principles- safety, integrity, and customer service.
JP Energy fosters an inclusive environment of diverse, committed and highly accomplished people. We offer very competitive salary and benefits packages as well as the opportunity to expand skillsets acquired through internal growth.
JP Falco is a division of JP Energy Partners and was acquired in July, 2012 and provides transportation and marketing services for crude oil. We are located in various locations across the United States including North Dakota, Wyoming, Texas, Kansas and Oklahoma.
Reporting to the Vice President of Finance will be responsible to develop and manage strategies, operations and policies related to the treasury function, including cash forecasting and cash management, borrowing, and payment processing.
Key Responsibilities / Performance Requirements:
- Lead cash management activities based on the liquidity needs of the business, capital projects and acquisitions
- Develop processes and systems to determine daily cash position; track and manage intra and inter-company funding.
- Manage cash balances and related treasury systems and banking relationships.
- Forecast short-term and long-term sources and uses of cash involving the development of a cash forecast model.
- Manage debt obligations, lender relationships and credit facility compliance requirements.
- Manage payment processing and fraud prevention functions.
- Ensure treasury activities are in compliance with treasury policies, accounting guidelines, governance policies and internal controls.
- Develop and execute commodity and interest rate hedges consistent with the company’s risk management policies
- Manage letters of credit process to support the crude oil business
- Seven to 10 years of experience in finance and treasury, with a minimum of 4 years in a corporate treasury; strong treasury background.
- Bachelor’s degree in finance, mathematics and/or economics.
- M.B.A. or other advanced degree in finance, economics, statistics or similar fields a plus.
- CTP or CFA a plus.
- Knowledge of capital and currency markets, accounting, and finance.
- Experience in SEC reporting & SOX compliance, as well as statutory and GAAP reporting a plus.
- Excellent analytical, interpersonal, communication and presentation skills.