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Contracts and Settlements Analyst

Job Reference: RS1165
 

Job Title: Contracts and Settlements Analyst

Location: Europe

Product: Energy

Role: Administration

Redstone Commodity Search focus on offering 360° search solutions to the global commodities markets. With a competitive coverage of Trading Houses, Producers, Majors, Utilities, Merchants, Hedge Funds, Investment Banks and Brokerages; Redstone Commodity Search can confidently offer you an edge in today’s volatile market.

Redstone Commodity Search are working with an international commodities firm looking to hire a contract specialist to join the team in Hamburg, Germany.

Key Responsibilities / Tasks

  • Responsible for handling contract documentation and settlements processes across the physical commodity portfolio, predominantly focusing on biofuels, ULSD and bio-blendstocks
  • Verify trade details, assurance of physical product movement, resolve trade discrepancies and process costs for physical transactions
  • Prepare and analyse commodities contracts related to biofuel, calculate and issue invoices for settlements and submit settlement packets for cash payment and forecast
  • Ensure contracts comply with risk policies as well as monitoring Trader’s positions
  • Communicate internally with various departments (Operations, Legal, Credit, Traders and Compliance) to resolve any and all identified risks

Key Qualifications / Experience

  • Prior experience within contracts analysis / settlements, preferably within the commodities space (biofuels exposure greatly appreciated)
  • Experience with Tempest (Triple Point) highly desirable
  • Excellent communication, analytical and organisational skills
  • Fluency in English and German is a must
  • Located in Germany / willing to relocate

If you match the job description and are keen on applying for this role; please send us a copy of your resume/cover letter to kamran@redstonesearch.com or submit your application through the Vacancy Form.