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Director, Treasury

Northland Power Inc.

This is a Contract position in Vaughan, ON posted September 19, 2022.

We want Northland to be the first choice for talented people looking for a rewarding and challenging career.

Our workforce is a diverse team of individuals with a broad, multi-faceted skill set dedicated to delivering results for our stakeholders while upholding our values and culture.

– Mike Crawley, President and CEO Who We Are: At Northland, we’re enablers of change, united by our journey to transform the energy sector into the foundation for a sustainable future.

Since our inception, we’ve been early movers in the energy industry, adopting new initiatives that pave the way for communities across the globe and helping forge their path towards a carbon-neutral landscape.

We’re a different kind of independent power producer.

As developers, owners and operators who are at the forefront of the energy transition, we’re uniquely positioned to leave a lasting impact in the regions where we operate.

We’ve expanded our business across Canada, the United States, Latin America, Europe and Asia to become a global leader, all by bringing together industry experts to find solutions with an entrepreneurial mindset.

While our work powers communities across the globe, Northland is powered by our people.

What You’ll Do: As the Director of Treasury, you will play a key role by focusing on the planning, execution and management of Northland’s corporate currency and interest rate exposures.

Reporting to the Senior Director, Treasury, you will manage multiple corporate credit agreements while ensuring corporate liquidity to support Northland’s global growth, development, construction, and operations activities.

Key Responsibilities Develop and manage treasury-related corporate policies, procedures, and requirements.

Prepare reports, presentations, and materials for executive management and the Board of Directors on corporate liquidity, debt capacity, corporate funding, foreign exchange, and other treasury-related topics.

Develop, implement, and enhance hedging strategies to manage and mitigate key exposures to currency and interest rates at the corporate and subsidiary levels, including: Identifying and realizing financial optimizations, such as (i) a portfolio approach to hedging; and (ii) using natural hedges where possible to match cash inflows and outflows, and/or funding and repayments.

Using market hedges (forwards, swaps, options, etc.) where required based on available hedge tenors, liquidity, and market dynamics.

Enhancing FX modelling methodologies (theoretical) and recommending hedging strategies (application) to support development, growth, and operational activities.

Working closely with project-level teams and external partners to implement strategies to support projects in advanced stages of development which address requirements from multiple stakeholders.

Stay abreast of current financial market conditions and funding products specific to the renewable power sector, and recommend funding tools and applications to optimize corporate credit utilization and overall economics Support the management and administration of Northland’s corporate credit facilities (Corporate Revolver and various Letter of Credit facilities), including corporate lender relationships, compliance and reporting, amendments/consents, extensions, etc.

to (i) optimize financing structures and funding sources, minimize costs and/or maximize flexibility, and (ii) proactively address potential areas of concern.

Work closely with Corporate Finance and FP&A to prepare quarterly, annual, and ad-hoc reporting, including financial liquidity and credit projections and analyses related to new development opportunities, acquisitions, corporate funding, and similar ad-hoc items.

Work closely with the Financial Risk Oversight group to report on and monitor derivative positions, and residual risk exposures, including sensitivity/scenario analyses.

Collaborate with multiple internal business units including Development, M&A, Accounting, FP&A, Legal, and Tax to support new development opportunities, acquisitions, and ad-hoc projects.

Who You Are: Credible : You have proven negotiation skills that enable you to establish connections quickly.

You possess the ability and track record of negotiating transactions with capital markets and infrastructure investors.

Collaborative : You are a natural relationship builder and are comfortable working and engaging with a diverse group of internal and external stakeholders at all levels.

Strategic : You have a proven ability to think strategically and to translate complex financial inputs into concise recommendations.

Analytical: You have the aptitude for creating structured analyses.

You think critically and provide thoughtful and innovative solutions to proactively address issues and problems as they arise.

Diligent : You have solid attention to detail, and you follow up with others when needed to ensure outstanding information or actions are complete.

You are hands-on and will roll up your sleeves to complete deliverables within required deadlines.

A strong communicator : You have exceptional oral and written communication skills and can articulate your analyses in a clear and concise manner.

Qualifications and Experience Post-Secondary Degree with emphasis on Business Administration or Accounting.

MBA and/or CFA is considered an asset.

7 years of experience in a progressive Treasury environment with a focus on currency and interest rate hedging and corporate credit facilities/borrowings.

Demonstrated experience and knowledge dealing with multi-national banks to implement derivatives and hedging solutions across a range of currencies.

Disclaimer This document is a guide.

The duties, responsibilities, and requirements of the jobs as described herein are not inclusive and are subject to change.

Northland Power is an equal opportunity employer and we are committed to creating a fair, inclusive and accessible environment.

As part of our commitment we work to ensure our application process is accessible to all candidates.

If you require special assistance or accommodation during the hiring process, please notify a member of the HR Department.

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