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LyondellBasell (NYSE: LYB), an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer, is one of the world’s largest plastics, chemical and refining companies, and a member of the S&P 500. Every day, our diverse team around the world work around the clock to reliably and safely deliver the chemicals, polymers, fuels and technologies that advance solutions to our world’s biggest challenges, including:
Providing protection against COVID-19:
Provide complete set of Moplen and Metocene polypropylene grades for melt-blown applications such as surgical and respirator masks
Donating facemasks and face shields
Approach to a more sustainable world:
Sustainable and circular products
Plastic waste in the environment
We are the leading producer of oxyfuels worldwide, as well as polypropylene in North America and Europe. We are also the world’s largest global licensor of polyolefin technologies. LyondellBasell manufactures products and sells them into more than 100 countries. LyondellBasell products and technologies are used to make items that improve the quality of life for people around the world including packaging, electronics, automotive parts, home furnishings, construction materials and biofuels.
OneFinance Intern Development Program:
The program enables students to obtain hands-on work experience by rotating into an array of functional teams within the Finance organization. The internship curriculum allows students to continuously develop, apply and strengthen skills required in a professional setting that will prepare for a full-time career.
The LyondellBasell Finance organization has team members located between Houston, London, Hong Kong, and the Netherlands.
Finance and Accounting – Provide key Insights into operational results, helping to drive improved business performance. We specialize in Benefits Accounting, Executive Compensation Accounting, Financial Instruments, Treasury Functions, Hedging and Governance.
Financial Planning and Analysis – Perform budgeting, forecasting, and analysis that supports major corporate decisions of the CFO, CEO, and the Board of Directors.
Internal Audit – Provide the Audit Committee of the Board of Director, Stakeholders, and Management with an ongoing objective evaluation of the Company’s internal control environment, in constructive manner that adds value to the business, by identifying opportunities to improve the reliability and quality of the financial, operational and management processes.
Tax – Responsible for tax compliance, managing cash tax outflow, tax planning to minimize cash taxes and manage risk, tax audits, transfer pricing, tax reporting and support to other departments in making business decisions.
Roles & Responsibilities
Finance and Accounting:
Create appropriate report / communications, reconciliations, flux analysis, and contribute on Continuous Improvement Teams
Ensure the accuracy of the financial statements for which they are compiling through the application of GAAP and analytical investigation
Execute top quality accounting and governance functional performance in areas of complex technical accounting and reporting
Identify, initiate, and promote process redesign and improvements to enhance productivity and efficiency
Perform processes for identified areas of responsibility including month end process order closure, journal voucher transfers, miscellaneous accruals, cost allocations as designed and 3rd party billings
Will be asked to perform audit functions in applicable areas
Demonstrate teamwork by cooperating with department members, sharing information, utilizing innovations of others, participating in group decision process, and accepting additional assignments as appropriate
Develop the ability to identify and assess key risks and controls within assigned audit areas
Expected to participate on teams and various project assignments and identify, initiate, and promote process redesign to enhance productivity, efficiency, and standardization
Manages multiple priorities to meet deadlines and commitments
Meet with employees in other parts of the business to understand the function being audited, prepare audit work papers and appropriate report / communications, proactively recommend improvements, and participating in Continuous Improvement Teams
Must be highly self-sufficient and able to make self-directed decisions as well as support other team members in the department
Perform accounting and analytical services for corporate and manufacturing departments including Audit, Fixed Assets, Inventory, and Manufacturing Accounting
Prepare global quarterly reconciliations and tie-outs
Prepare monthly cash tax projections for US federal, state, and consolidated global cash taxes
Prepare various book/tax differences for the tax return and quarterly tax accounting calculations such as fixed assets depreciation, accruals, etc.
Prepare various workpapers and returns for the consolidated tax return including partnerships, corporations, international, and state returns
Various special tax projects
Financial Planning & Analysis:
Provide financial and reporting support to the business segments and manufacturing sites
Prepare monthly financial forecast for each business segment
Plan and implement the annual budget and long-range planning process for the global organization
Prepare financial package for monthly Business Review Meeting with CEO
Prepare quarterly MD&A Segment Analysis package and earnings release support for External Reporting and Investor Relations
Perform corporate modelling for long-range financial scenario planning and monitor the key business drivers
Perform ad hoc analyses to drive effective management decision-making and maximize financial performance
Must be at least 18 years of age
Must be legally authorized to work in the United States without requiring sponsorship for employment visa status
Pursuing a bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, or other business equivalent degree
Overall GPA of 3.0 or greater
Ability to work in a fast-paced environment which requires ability to prioritize tasks and multi-task
Demonstrate basic knowledge in US GAAP and/or Tax principles
Must be able to demonstrate a basic knowledge of GAAP, demonstrate organization and prioritization skills, and have advanced communication and interpersonal skills
Must be highly self-sufficient and able to make self-directed decisions as well as support other accountants in the department
Possess excellent communication skills, both written and spoken with the ability to work well with others
Proficient in Microsoft Office with emphasis in Excel
Builds effective teams
Instills trust and exemplifies integrity
Not Eligible for Referral Bonus.