Corporate Planning Analyst

  • Location:

    London, England

  • Sector:

    Energy & Natural Resources

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  • Salary:

    £60000 - £65000 per annum + Bonus, Pension, LTIP

  • Contact:

    Chris Brannigan

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  • Published:

    about 1 year ago

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  • Start date:


  • Consultant:

    Chris Brannigan

Our client are a listed Oil & Gas business with operated fields globally. A vacancy for a highly commercial role has arisen in their Head Office to work as a Corporate Planning Analyst.

The Corporate Planning Analyst will report directly to the Corporate Planning and Analysis Lead, who manages the delivery of FP&A and Corporate Economic work streams.

The role will also involve collaboration directly with the Business Unit FP&A and Economics teams who are based at the asset locations.

The Corporate Planning Analyst will make significant contributions to the process and models utilised for longer-term corporate planning and reforecasting.


  • Updating and maintaining the corporate planning tool to reflect changes in corporate structure
  • Updating the tool with output data from the business planning/forecasting cycles
  • Production of information for EXCOM and board consumption
  • Scenario analysis work based around M&A activity, capital structure, tax strategy and hedging strategies
  • Responsible for quarterly lender bank model submissions
  • Compiling rating agency submissions
  • Semi-annual analysis and feed into going concern & viability papers
  • Various other ad hoc work as required

Business Plan/ Quarterly Forecasting

  • Support the business planning and forecasting processes, working closely with Business Unit and Group finance teams
  • Provide analytical support to these processes as required
  • Work closely with the Corporate Planning and Analysis Lead to ensure the group planning/forecasting model reconciles to the group corporate tool

This role is extremely high profile and sits in the lean Head Office so you will have exposure to C-Suite stakeholders daily.

Required experience and qualifications

  • A good finance, mathematics or science focused degree
  • Professional Accountancy Qualification (ACA/ACCA/CIMA)
  • At least 3 to 5 years' experience working within industry
  • Oil and gas industry experience advantageous
  • FP&A experience advantageous
  • Strong Microsoft Office skills, especially in Excel


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