Corporate Development Analyst
Pembina Pipeline Corporation’s Calgary office is recruiting for a Corporate Development Analyst to join the team. This position reports to the Senior Manager, Corporate Development & Planning in the Financial Services Service Unit, part of Pembina’s Financial Services Division. The Corporate Development team is primarily involved with the identification, assessment and execution of strategic transactions. Additionally, the team actively engages with our business unit partners in supporting their efforts in developing, evaluating and executing on organic business initiatives while also supporting our service unit partners where our expertise is required. The Corporate Development team is uniquely positioned within the organization through its broad exposure, making it an ideal opportunity to make a positive impact across the organization.
The Corporate Development Analyst will play an integral role in supporting the Corporate Development group in producing strategic decision-making outputs for Senior Management. The successful candidate will be a highly motivated individual, bringing intellectual curiosity, initiative and a desire to build their career at Pembina.
Responsibilities will include but not be limited to:
- Support Senior Management and the business in evaluating strategic opportunities (acquisitions, divestitures and other corporate value creation alternatives) through:
- Conducting industry and peer group research, analysing market trends, data gathering and synthesizing information into digestible and intuitive outputs;
- Developing and reviewing detailed financial models and valuation analysis, incorporating established corporate economics standards and frameworks, valuation principles, financing, accounting, and tax considerations;
- Preparing and presenting well-developed and tailored materials; and
- Facilitating multi-disciplined due diligence processes, including the development and/or review of marketing materials, virtual data room documentation, and leading other standard M&A processes.
- Engage with our business unit partners in supporting their efforts in developing, evaluating and executing on organic business initiatives, ensuring projects are evaluated in accordance with established corporate economics standards and frameworks and providing corporate strategic perspective where applicable;
- Assist our service unit partners where our team expertise is required;
- Support the Corporate Development team on broader corporate initiatives; and
- Contribute to a team environment that values inclusion & diversity.
- A Bachelor’s degree in one of the following: Economics, Business Administration focused on Finance or Accounting, or another quantitative discipline (Math / Engineering);
- Possess or working towards advanced education is preferred (CFA, CPA, CBV, P. Eng.);
- 2 to 5 years experience, preferably in a quantitative focused role (Investment Banking, Private Equity, Equity Research, Corporate Finance, Transaction Advisory, or Engineering);
- General knowledge of the Oil and Gas Sector and familiarity with the midstream industry;
- Proficient with well-established finance and valuation concepts and theories;
- Proficient in MS Office (PowerPoint and Word) with advanced Excel and financial modeling skills; and
- Self-starter, strong work ethic, and an ability to think independently and work collaboratively:
- Exhibits self-awareness and displays a high-level of intellectual curiosity;
- Demonstrates accountability and commitment through strict attention to detail and ownership in their work;
- Drives results through prioritizing tasks and effective problem-solving;
- Confidently applies business acumen; and
- Communicates effectively (strong written and verbal skills), including the ability to develop and foster meaningful working relationships across the organization.
We offer competitive compensation; including base plus incentive bonus, pension & savings plans, health benefits, employee development programs to support personal development and career progression and, a hybrid work arrangement, in an environment that is equitable, diverse, and inclusive.
Final candidate will be required to undergo Pre-Employment Background Checks including a Criminal Record Check.
Pembina Pipeline Corporation is committed to diversity, equal opportunity and ensuring that our employees have the ability to thrive in an inclusive environment. We are pleased to consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, family status, veteran status, Indigenous status, national origin, age, disability or any other legally-protected factors. Accommodation for applicants with disabilities is available upon request during the recruitment process.
For more than 65 years, Pembina has safely and reliably served North America’s energy industry, delivering oil, natural gas and natural gas liquids production to North American markets.
Powering Pembina's growth are our smart, creative and energetic people who allow us to remain a disciplined and responsible energy transportation and service provider and a trusted member in our communities.
Our expectations are high and our rewards reflect this: We treat our people well – whether it’s through our compensation package, community engagement or volunteer opportunities.
Pembina provides everything you could want in an employer. We are a proud recipient of Canada’s Top 100 Employers (2018-2022), Alberta's Top Employers (2014-2022) and an Employer Partner of the Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion. We are also a strong supporter of Skills Canada.