Enterprise Products Partners L.P. is one of the largest publicly traded partnerships and a leading North American provider of midstream energy services to producers and consumers of natural gas, NGLs, crude oil, refined products and petrochemicals. Our services include: natural gas gathering, treating, processing, transportation and storage; NGL transportation, fractionation, storage and import and export terminals; crude oil gathering, transportation, storage and terminals; petrochemical and refined products transportation, storage and terminals; and a marine transportation business that operates primarily on the United States inland and Intracoastal Waterway systems. The partnership’s assets include approximately 50,000 miles of pipelines; 260 million barrels of storage capacity for NGLs, crude oil, refined products and petrochemicals; and 14 billion cubic feet of natural gas storage capacity.
Positions are available in Financial Accounting, Revenue Accounting, Internal Control Compliance and Risk Management. We are primarily looking for accountants to work in these areas, but may also have positions in Tax and Audit. The successful candidate will be exposed to a wide variety of energy related businesses, as well as operational strategies and accounting concepts related to these businesses. Hands on experience with different accounting systems will be gained. Entry level accountants are an integral part of the Accounting team at Enterprise.
Volume/Revenue Accountant – Responsible for general accounting activities, associated with the revenue and cost of goods sold. These activities include performing monthly volumetric allocations, invoicing of revenues and/or payment of cost of goods sold invoices and recording journal entries to accrue estimated revenue and cost of goods sold on a monthly basis. Analyze revenue and explain variances between current month, prior month and budget. Address customer inquiries and work closely with Commercial, Contract Administration, internal and external auditors. Prepare various internal volumetric balancing and analytical reports. Also prepares various internal reports, as well as perform monthly account reconciliations for General Ledger. Prepare inventory reconciliations and analyze and clear reconciling items. Coordinate with Financial Reporting on monthly and quarterly basis to assist in the preparation of internal and external financial statement disclosures.
Fixed Assets Accountant – Responsible for recording costs associated with newly added fixed assets (i.e. construction work in progress), tracking existing ones, calculating and recording their depreciation into the property ledger, as well as accounting for disposed fixed assets. In addition, prepare account reconciliations and various schedules to assist in quarterly reviews by the auditors and the annual audit along with schedules to assist with SEC reporting.
General Ledger Accountant – Responsible for full monthly accounting cycle for several companies. Responsibilities include recording journal entries, preparing account reconciliations, balancing intercompany accounts, performing trend analyses, and participating in monthly general ledger closings. Prepare financial statements including cash flow statements and create various schedules to assist in quarterly SEC reporting and audit inquiries. Participate in special projects as assigned by supervisor/manager.
AR Analyst – Responsible for analyzing customer accounts and communicating with the customer for payment status updates and dispute resolutions on a daily basis. Prepare weekly reports and reconciliations. Attend weekly and monthly meetings with Revenue Accounting and Marketing/Commercial groups to review the accounts receivable. Communicate with Accounting and Marketing/Commercial groups to resolve billing and contract disputes. Complete special projects as needed.
Risk Control Analyst – The Risk Control Analyst is responsible for maintaining position reports, measuring intra-period P&L by strategy, monitoring transactions authorities and limits, maintaining market pricing including forward price curves and ensuring compliance with Enterprise Risk Management Policies and related controls. The Analyst will coordinate and communicate with Marketing, Scheduling/Distribution, Accounting and other groups to achieve company goals. This role involves the use of multiple Risk Management systems, models and financial techniques necessary to capture transaction and portfolio economics necessary to evaluate and report their impacts to Marketers and to determine financial results.
Liquids Volume Control Analyst – Responsible for maintaining accurate and complete hydrocarbon product (Natural Gas Liquids, Refined Products, and Petrochemicals) inventory balances based on the scheduling and recording of all product movements into, out of, and within hydrocarbon infrastructures; communicates and works with other accounting departments, Commercial, Distribution, Material Balance and Measurement, Contract Administration, Liquids Risk Control, IT, and peers to facilitate the accurate recording of such hydrocarbon product movements; performs monthly inventory reconciliations, troubleshoots interface errors, explains prior period adjustments, assists with external, internal, and special audits; works effectively with peers to resolve scheduling and inventory issues that cross areas. This individual should have a sense of urgency as well as be able to work efficiently, effectively, independently, and also as a team.
Internal Auditor – Responsible for conducting Sarbanes Oxley (SOX) testing of process level and entity level controls using the established standards and departmental procedures. Data analytics will be used to perform rationalizations and make sample selections. The auditor will attend walkthrough meetings to gain an understanding of the business segments, assets, processes, and controls being tested. Reviews compliance with business policies and procedures related to invoice and contract authorization, account reconciliations and journal entries.
IT Auditor – Responsible for conducting Sarbanes Oxley (SOX) and traditional IT audit projects using the established standards. Participates in pre and post system implementation reviews. Performs reviews of IT management policies and procedures such as change management, business continuity planning, disaster recovery and information security to ensure that controls surrounding these processes are adequate and operating effectively. The scope of IT audits can extend to networks, software, programs, communication systems, security systems and any other services that rely on the company’s technological infrastructure.
Internal Control Compliance – Responsible for supporting Sarbanes Oxley compliance. Some of the activities in this position include assisting with the identification of suitable compensating controls that lower audit risks and the impact to financial statements, evaluating and recommending new procedures and controls, and leading meetings with both business and IT teams. In addition, team members participate in governance and risk advisory including: system implementations, upgrades and acquisitions by assisting in the design of financial and IT processes. The department manages the company’s identity management tool and reviews users’ access that could lead to segregation of duties risk.
- Covid vaccine required
- Communication Skills – Interact with co-workers in a business-like and professional manner, both verbally and in writing.
- Analytical Ability – Review and analyze raw data, observe trends, differences, patterns, etc.
- Technical Skills – Proficient in the use of Excel and Word and show willingness to learn how to use various business systems.
- Organizational Abilities – Understand the importance of following a work plan and setting priorities.
- Initiative – Should show initiative and be a self-starter. Be able stick with each task through completion.
- Scholastic Aptitude – Degree in Finance, Accounting, Economics, Management Information Systems, or related field is required.
- Minimum GPA of 3.0 or higher.
- Time Requirements – Able to work a full 40 hour week. Attendance and observance of work hours is important.
- Must be willing to submit to a drug screen and background check.
- Must be authorized to work in U.S. without sponsorship.
To learn more about Enterprise Products Company, please visit our website: http://Careers.EnterpriseProducts.com.