Cooperative Energy is seeking a Treasury and Risk Analyst!
This entry level position performs a variety of activities in support of Cooperative Energy's Treasury and Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Programs.
The Treasury and Risk Analyst is also responsible for providing day-to-day transactional and analytical support to accomplish routine and ad-hoc treasury and risk management tasks and activities.
Bachelor's Degree Economics Or
Bachelor's Degree Accounting Or
Bachelor's Degree Finance Or
Bachelor's Degree Banking Or
Bachelor's Degree Risk Management Or
Bachelor's Degree Business Administration
No Experience Required
Accounting, Finance, Banking or Risk Management Experience Preferred
Treasury and Cash Management Experience Preferred
Enterprise Risk Management Experience Preferred
Utility Experience Preferred
Electric Cooperative Experience Preferred
Cooperative Energy offers Competitive Salaries
and an Excellent Benefit Package!
Competitive Salaries meeting Industry Standards
Benefit Package which includes, but not limited to:
Medical Insurance for Employee paid 100% by the company
Pension Plan - 100% funded for employee by company
401k Plan with up to 6% employer match
Employee Life insurance & AD&D - paid by company
Life Insurance of $10,000 for spouse and child - paid by company
10 paid holidays
96 hours vacation/personal leave and 96 hours sick leave starting first year of employment
40 hours Family Sick leave
Access to onsite gym and fitness classes for free
About Cooperative Energy
Cooperative Energy serves as the only not-for-profit wholesale electric power provider headquartered in Mississippi. In this role, Cooperative Energy generates and transmits electricity for 11 Member distribution systems located in the southern and western portions of the state. Cooperative Energy and its 11 Member cooperatives provide power to 432,000 homes and business across the state.\
Cooperative Energy’s Mission is to deliver to our Members reliable and affordable energy in a safe and environmentally-responsible manner.
Electric cooperatives are unique because we’re owned by our customers and driven to make a difference, not a profit. At the end of the year, remaining funds, or capital credits, go back to you. Here’s more information on how we work for you.
*Transparency and responsiveness
*Fiscal, regulatory and environmental compliance
*Safety and reliability
*Serve as a trusted and value-adding resource for member-owners
*An experienced, skilled workforce
*A long-term contractual relationship with member systems
*Financial health, including that of members
*Long-range planning for cost-effective generation resources
*Fuel diversity in generation resources