New MBA Jobs in the Energy Sector

New MBA Jobs in the Energy Sector

first_imgNew MBA Jobs in the Energy Sector About the AuthorMax PulciniMax Pulcini is a Philadelphia-based writer and reporter. He has an affinity for Philly sports teams, Super Smash Bros. and cured meats and cheeses. Max has written for Philadelphia-based publications such as Spirit News, Philadelphia City Paper, and Billy Penn, as well as national news outlets like The Daily Beast.View more posts by Max Pulcini If money makes the world go ‘round, the energy sector runs the machines that keep it going. With new energy sector jobs for MBAs popping up regularly, there are plenty of opportunities for recent graduates and current students. Check out some of the best new jobs at companies like Exxon, General Electric, and BP below:Risk Control Analyst – ExxonExxon has an opening for a Risk Control Analyst available at the company’s Houston office. The new hire will join a team responsible for managing the risk associated with ExxonMobil’s crude and products trading activities. As well, they will provide analysis for global and regional activities, daily on risk positions, and value. The position requires a minimum of two years of experience in energy trading, financial or energy risk management for an analyst role, and another five in an advisor role. An MBA degree is also preferred.Activities of the Risk Control Analyst include: Executing daily risk control processes and risk reportsEnsuring daily data integrity, validate positions, and reconcile data inconsistenciesReporting daily mark-to-market, P/L, and position matching reports to managementConstructing and analyzing transaction modelsDefining methodology and execute periodic stress testingYou can find the Exxon careers page to see more jobs.Energy Analyst – General ElectricGeneral Electric is hiring a new Energy Analyst to join the company’s Power Systems Strategy team. Analysts lead consulting and advisory services across the electric power industry and support other GE business initiatives related to power systems equipment and services. Two years of experience in electric power system modeling, energy market design, operations or policy, or transmission planning is preferred, as is an MBA degree.Responsibilities of the Energy Analyst include:Conducting studies related to production cost modeling, reliability analysis, power market forecasting and long-term planningSupporting businesses and initiatives in wind and solar integration, smart grid optimization, distributed energy resources, energy storage, asset utilization, and new product initiativesDeveloping and applying market simulation models for the energy industryMonitoring power markets for rule changesCommunicating results to both internal and external customersSee this job, and many more, at the General Electric careers page.Finance and Planning Analyst – BPBP has a Finance and Planning Analyst position open in its Denver office, and join the Business Unit Finance and Planning team to help maximize value company assets and ensuring accurate financial reporting. Analysts will be part of a very collaborative group and serve as trusted finance advisors to the business. The position is MBA-preferred.Other responsibilities of the Finance and Planning Analyst include:Coordinate and support the BU Business strategy and lead the planEnsure decisions are value based and drive commercial acumen in the BUManage the forecast, variance analysis, and prepare/coordinate monthly/quarterly accrualsPerformance Management: drive and integrate the BU Monthly Business Review processSupport BU Business Development ProjectsVisit the BP careers page to see more job openings.Supply Chain Senior Innovation Manager – Dow ChemicalDow Chemical is hiring a new Supply Chain Senior Innovation Manager at its new Midland, MI Digital Fulfillment Center. The Digital Fulfillment Center will house planning and fulfillment, process automation, customer experience, supply chain, site logistics, analytics and reporting, enterprise architecture, and emerging technologies teams. The new manager will guide critical functions of Dow’s Digital Strategy and help drive the customer and employee experience. A minimum of seven years of industry experience, and an MBA specializing in supply chain studies or industrial engineering is strongly preferred.Major of the Supply Chain Senior Innovation Manager responsibilities include:Creating proof-of-concept solutions that produce demonstrated value for DowCreating project teams who can work with various internal and external innovation partners to innovateWorking various stakeholders to identify opportunities and propose innovative solutionsDocumenting reports and patent applications that fully capture the value of intellectual propertyLeveraging projects to other businesses and supporting activities that accelerate the reach of the Digital Fulfillment CenterSee more jobs like this at Dow Chemical’s careers page.Business & Commercial MBA Program – ChevronChevron’s full-time Business & Commercial MBA Program is designed for recent MBA graduates. The two-year program offers the opportunity to receive mentoring from senior managers. Comprised of four six-month rotations, candidates join Chevron’s business and commercial development program at any of the following locations:San Ramon, CAHouston, TXMoon Township, PAKazakhstanNigeriaSingaporeAssignments may be in the following business functions:Strategy, planning and business analysisSupply chain optimizationBusiness developmentAsset commercializationDecision analysisHydrocarbon scheduling and logisticsHydrocarbon trading analyticsMarketing and salesMBAs can apply on campus during visits or at any professional diversity conferences Chevron recruiters attend. You can see more opportunities at Chevron on the company’s careers page. regions: Atlanta / Baltimore / Boston / Chicago / Dallas / Denver / Houston / London / Los Angeles / Miami / New York City / Online / Philadelphia / Research Triangle / San Diego / San Francisco / Seattle / Toronto / Washington, DCcenter_img RelatedThe Best New Investment MBA JobsInvestment firms typically act as intermediaries between investors and corporations. They are also popular landing spots for MBAs to bring their talents after earning their degree. There are exciting new positions out there for both new grads and seasoned workers alike. Here’s a look at some of the best new…May 15, 2019In “Barclays”Investing in Your Future With These New MBA JobsFinance careers continue to be a popular and lucrative option for recent MBA graduates. The work is varied, as finance relates to many industries and companies. In addition, the field is obviously very rewarding, with average graduate earning more than $140,000 according U.S. News & World Report. One of the…February 19, 2019In “BMO”New MBA Jobs in the Energy SectorIt’s hard to imagine that just 100 years ago, just 35 percent of American households had electricity and Model T cars were en vogue. Fast forward to present day, and energy companies not only provide the infrastructure that heats our homes and drives our cars, they also help set up…April 16, 2019In “BP” Last Updated Jan 8, 2019 by Max PulciniFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail last_img

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