Senior Financial Analyst

Location: Calgary Head Office

Group: Finance

Reporting to: Vice President, Corporate Development / Manager, Financial Reporting & Tax

About Pipestone

Pipestone is an oil and gas exploration and production company with its head office located in Calgary, Alberta. The company is focused on developing its pure-play condensate-rich Montney asset in the Pipestone area near Grande Prairie. Pipestone is committed to building long term value for our shareholders and values the partnerships that it is developing within its operating community. Pipestone shares trade under the symbol PIPE on the TSX Venture Exchange.

Job Description:

Pipestone has an excellent opportunity for a Senior Financial Analyst to join our growing team. The successful candidate will gain valuable experience in this unique role through their exposure and collaboration with a number of departments of the company.  The primary focus of this role will be in Pipestone’s accounting and corporate development functions.

This position will appeal to a team player who is motivated, demonstrates a strong eagerness to learn, strives for excellence in their deliverables, all while working in a dynamic and fast paced environment.

Key Responsibilities:


  • Preparation of monthly, quarterly and annual internal and external financial reporting;

  • Preparing working papers and associated journal entries for decommissioning provisions, capital / operating accruals, depletion, hedging, leases, stock-based compensation, deferred income taxes, etc.;

  • Participating in month-end financial close procedures as required;

  • Assisting with quarterly reviews and year-end financial audits;

  • Assessment of oil and gas related accounting issues and preparation of position papers;

  • Identifying and implementing opportunities for improved process and efficiency as the company grows and evolves; and

  • Developing the company’s internal control environment.

Corporate Development

  • Assist in managing and monitoring the Company’s risk management and commodity hedging program;

  • Maintain the corporate financial model and perform analysis as required for senior management and board of directors;

  • Support the evaluation and execution of M&A opportunities;

  • Execute debt and equity financing transactions;

  • Assist in managing investor relations, including developing the corporate presentation, messaging and participating in calls and meetings with investors; and

  • Other duties and project work as assigned.

Experience, Qualifications and Education:

  • University degree in accounting or finance;

  • Professional financial designation (i.e. CPA or CFA) preferred;

  • Minimum 5 years relevant experience working in an accounting firm, bank and/or public company environment;

  • Previous experience in the oil and gas industry would be advantageous;

  • A solid understanding of International Financial Reporting Standards;

  • Experience with financial systems (i.e. Qbyte) and highly advanced computer skills including Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint and Word;

  • Previous financial modelling, budgeting and forecasting experience;

  • Strong communication, analytical and problem-solving skills;

  • Ability to pay close attention to details; and

  • Ability to manage multiple tasks with flexibility to adhere to deadlines.

 If you are an ideal fit for this role, please submit your application to

We thank all applicants for their interest, however only those who are selected for interviews will be contacted.