Bald Mountain is an open-pit mine with a large estimated mineral resource base located in Nevada. It is the newest mine in Kinross’ portfolio and was acquired in January 2016.
Financial Planning Analysis (FP&A) Superintendent is responsible for preparing and applying overall Kinross guidelines to forward looking information processes, including preparation of mine site strategic business plans (SBP), budgets and forecasts, analysis to support the validity of the budgeted/forecasted results, analysis of actual results against budget and other ad hoc analysis; work closely with the site Controller as well as reporting and operational groups to ensure the timely and accurate flow of information from the sites to region; assist in supporting the finance departments as it relates to the SBP, budgeting and forecasting, monthly and quarterly reporting, application of corporate policies and other finance related issues, while continuously aligning daily functions to reflect Kinross’ values.
- Oversee and assist in the preparation of mine site budgets, forecasts and SBPs by working with the operational departments to ensure submissions are timely and accurate and understanding the business drivers behind them. Continue to foster working relationship with regional and corporate FP&A resources.
- Provide analysis of budgets, forecasts and SBP results to the mine site senior management in order to facilitate review and for inclusion in documents (slides, write ups, spreadsheets) to be provided to senior management.
- Work to continuously improve the SBP, budgeting and forecasting process at the site level as well as regional including ensuring a smooth run-state for the site SBP, budget and forecast system with an emphasis on efficiency. Involvement in the implementation of a new operating site SBP and budget, forecast solution.
- Manage internal reporting and analysis for internal distribution, including review of information provided by the operational groups, in a way that will enable various stakeholders to understand results (maintain/monitor operating statistics, produce monthly reports).
- Respond to questions and address issues that arise from review of the results and reporting, including working with site personnel to gain an understanding of results and resolve issues
- Provide analysis to support the financial reporting group in the preparation of the Management Discussion and Analysis and quarterly press release.
- Assist in managing site specific cost savings as applicable including monitoring progress and implementation when warranted.
- In addition to the monthly and quarterly requirements, there is an ongoing need for analysis to support business decisions, Authorization for Expenditures, business development, etc. Frequently changing demands require creative and thoughtful solutions and the ability to effectively convey results.
- Work with the mine site leadership on projects to continuously improve processes in areas of responsibility noted above, including working with the finance team to automate reporting from information systems, identifying and acting on gaps in current processes and controls, and working with internal stakeholders to ensure that their needs are met.
- Estimated travel based on current job requirements is (10%).
- Possesses good communication and interpersonal skills.
- Helps develop other department personnel to perform duties listed above.
- Compliance with all company policies and procedures including, but not limited to safety, environmental, confidentiality and code of conduct.
- Meets or exceeds established performance expectations set by management.
- Consistently exercises discretion and judgment in job performance.
- Works without risk or harm to self and others.
- Possession of a valid driver’s license issued by state agency, or must be able to pass driver competency course and exam.
- Punctuality and regular attendance required.
- Perform other related functions as assigned by supervisor.
Education and Experience
- Must be have strong technical skills and able to perform complex and non-routine, advanced technical assignments.
- Must use judgment for problem resolution to adapt and apply procedures that address and resolve unusual problem situations.
- Must ensure quality standards are upheld in their field of specialization.
- General understanding of mining operations, as well as limited understanding of milling and maintenance operations.
- Working knowledge and skill with P.C. utilizing work processing, spreadsheet, database, and presentation software.
- Experience with Xeras modeling preferred.
- Strong verbal, written, analytical and persuasive skills and the ability to interact effectively with all levels of employees and management.
- Ability to work independently and also as a member of the management team.
- Demonstrates strong administrative, organizational and technical writing skills
- Ability to function within the qualifications outlined in the attached physical demands sheets
Health, Safety, and Environmental Requirements
- Adheres to all safety and environmental considerations.
- Have a strong commitment to safe working practices.
- Wears Personal Protective Equipment at all times while in the production environment.
- Is alert and observes, corrects, and reports unsafe conditions.
- Follows operating procedures and complies with all regulatory requirements.
Kinross Leadership Practices
- Creates an environment where nothing is more important than every employee returning home safe and healthy every day.
- Creates an environment in which people are unfailingly treated with respect.
- Fosters the talent and potential of all employees by enabling them to grow, develop, and make a difference in the organization.
- Demonstrates that leadership in the areas of environmental performance and community and stakeholder relations is fundamental to the way we plan and manage our business.
- Holds self and others accountable for the decisions, commitments, and behaviors required to deliver outstanding results.
- Uses judgment to manage business complexities, prioritize and balance conflicting demands to make timely decisions that best advance Kinross strategy.
- Builds and brings teams and people together to achieve organizational goals. Models humility by going beyond self interest for the good of the group.
- Understands the economic implications of decisions and consistently uses all resources effectively and efficiently to maximize shareholder value.
- Relentlessly champions, develops and embeds best practices.
Developing and communicating rigorous and creative business strategies that drive sustainable value.
Understanding and building relationships with external parties that strengthen and sustain competitive advantage.
Applying commercial rigor and discipline to all business decisions and customer relationships.
- Living the Kinross Values
Aligning behavior, decisions, and actions with Kinross values and principles
• Reports into the Site Controller
Kinross is a Canadian-based gold mining company with mines and projects in Canada, the United States, Brazil, Chile, Russia, Ghana and Mauritania, employing approximately 9,300 people worldwide. Our core purpose is to lead the world in generating value through responsible mining.