Manage the monthly accounting and reporting of fixed assets for assigned companies in a manner that provides timely and accurate data required for financial statement reporting, property tax reporting, and capital expenditure reporting. Primary Responsibilities: • Capital expenditure process for each assigned company (tracking, reconciling resulting in timely and accurate reporting). • Accurate and timely accounting for fixed asset additions, transfers and retirements (documentation and JE's). • Accounting for depreciation and amortization (calculating, reconciling and journal entries). • Fixed asset reconciliation (completing roll forward schedule entering and reconciling to sub system). • Construction inventory management (reconciling, reporting and problem resolution). • Annual property tax reporting. • Annual capital budget tracking, reporting and projecting depreciation. • Analysis of monthly financial results and review with business unit management (variance review and documentation). • Assist the rate department in regulatory filings (date collection, worksheet generation, other support). • Assist the business units in the annual budget process. • Identify areas in current process and procedures for improvement (draft recommendation for review with manager prior to implementation). • Accounting liaison with operation personnel to answer question and resolve issues. • Generate monthly bank account reconciliations (review G/L, research, verify and document). • Prepare monthly cost allocation process (run process, review results, problem resolution, 8 posting of JE's). • Assist the business units in the annual budget process.
OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES: Property tax audits, insurance request, annual book tax depreciation and importing data to E-project.
This position is responsible for performing/overseeing the accounting and internal financial reporting of various business units of the Company. This position is one of the key members in accounting team to interact with and report to various business unit personnel (analysts, business unit leaders) and senior management with respect to monthly accounting and financial reporting matters. This position supervises a group of senior and staff accountants. • Servicing as on the primary contacts on accounting and financial reporting matters with business units, accounting leadership and senior management; this responsibility will include ensuring the (a) monthly closing procedures and performed timely; (b) the proper level of analytical procedures and accounting/reporting reviews are performed; and (c) key accounting controls are performed timely. • Responsible for day-to-day accounting and reporting functions, either directly performing or supervising, or various business units and accounting functions. • Supervise accounting staff (3-10 senior and staff accountants. • Assisting in the accounting system implementation (Epicor and related sub-system) and/or automations. • Working with the rest of the accounting team to achieve standardizations and improvement of accounting processes, controls and infrastructure, serving as a key contact person in this effort to identify gaps in procedures and controls and develop solutions. • Review disbursements relat4ed to his/her responsible business unites for proper control and accuracy of the amount. • Providing timely analytics on business units’ performance, results, financial conditions, trends, etc. • Providing assistance in other accounting and finance projects as needed.
OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES: • Assist in regulatory and rate filing process. • Coordinate with the external and internal auditors.
Chesapeake Utilities Corporation, located in Dover, Delaware, has an OUTSTANDING career opportunity for a MANAGER OF RATES AND REGULATORY AFFAIRS. If you have a strong background in Regulatory Filings within Public Utility organization, then please email your resume right away to email@example.com !! For out-of-state candidates, relocation assistance may be provided if selected. Chesapeake Utilities Corporation’s natural gas transmission subsidiary, Eastern Shore Natural Gas Company, receives natural gas from three upstream interstate pipeline systems in southeastern Pennsylvania. Eastern Shore transports and delivers natural gas through 396 miles of transmission pipeline to the Company’s Delaware and Maryland divisions as well as to other utilities and industrial customers in southern Pennsylvania, Delaware and on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Eastern Shore owns and operates the only transmission pipeline south of the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal. • Direct supervision of Regulatory, Contracts and Transportation and Scheduling. • Provides direction and assistance to ensure compliance with FERC and NAESB regulations, and coordinate and oversee accurate and timely filings and reports to the FERC and management. • Acts as the primary contact with FERC regulatory staff and assume role as group leader in regulatory proceedings, and is responsible for ensuring the highest degree of accuracy, effectiveness and timeliness in all regulatory filings to FERC and management. • Ensures the upkeep cost of service models and system rate design/structure models, monitor regulatory issues and development pertaining to industry trends. • Provides assistance as requested in short- and long-term planning and budgeting efforts, and oversee the contract program, customer billing, Tariff provisions and the accuracy of Demand and Commodity invoices. • Participates in and sets forth regulatory, business and financial planning strategies that accomplish the goals and objectives, monitor regulatory issues, Notice of Proposed Rulemakings and developments within the industry.
Responsibilities include leading and directing all related pricing and regulatory affairs activities for the natural gas distribution divisions in Delaware and Maryland along with directly managing the regulatory analysts within the department. This position is also responsible for managing and overseeing all regulatory filings with the respective Public Service Commissions in Delaware and Maryland and ensuring that regulatory orders and decisions are favorable and consistent with the business unit’s best interest.
Job Responsibilities….must exhibit Chesapeake Utilities Corporation’s Mission, Vision and Values, regarding external and internal customers, agencies, vendors and co-workers. This position is responsible for the End-to-End accountability for server hardware, operating systems, SAN management, server rooms, co-location site, and disaster recovery procedures. • Implement, configure, manage, document and monitor the Virtual Machine environment, Virtual and non Virtual servers and related services as required. • Configure, manage, and monitor Virtual Environment and SAN storage. • Install, configure, administer, and maintain all aspects of the Citrix environment. • Manage and enable Security and Web Access to published applications and content. • Manage the administration of all server related software and hardware licensing. • Manage, monitor and maintain the server health, operations, security and patchs. • Manage and maintain the companies DNS, DHCP and File System environments. • Document all process related to SOX as required. • Provide expertise with vendors for estimates, software/hardware upgrades, technical support and equipment issues. • Maintain disaster recovery plan and all elements of risk mitigation. • Maintain server rooms. • Manage systems administration. • Resolve helpdesk tickets as assigned by the helpdesk manager.