Business Development Modeler
VTTI is a globally leading storage provider for energy and essential products like chemicals. Their new Business Development Modeler will create and develop modeling-based solutions to its problems and opportunities across all their global regions. This challenging role will suit someone with a sophisticated understanding of financial models and business development.
Founded in 2006, VTTI is one of the world’s leading storage providers for energy and other essential products like chemicals. Located at major shipping crossroads and supply gateways, VTTI provides over ten million cubic meters of storage capacity across five continents.
The company facilitates the storage, distribution, and production of energy and other essential products such as renewable energies and tomorrow’s energy solutions. They are now expanding their global network of storage and production facilities at strategic locations. Their vision is to connect the source to the destination more effectively across all markets and for people around the world.
In a rapidly changing landscape, VTTI is working towards a sustainable future and is significantly reducing its carbon footprint. VTTI New Energies is helping develop the emerging renewable value chain. These energies include renewable natural gas, hydrogen carrier fuels, carbon capture storage, and waste-to-renewable energy solutions.
Job description: Business Development Modeler
As VTTI continues to grow, their new Business Development Modeler will make sure they continue to work as efficiently and as data-driven as possible.
This role is ideal for someone with a high-growth-oriented mindset. That’s because VTTI will keep expanding and needs someone with considerable financial and analytical acumen to analyze new opportunities in this fast-moving sector.
Assessing potential assets is an essential part of the role. They will value sales propositions for acquisition at the right price. In addition, the Business Development Modeler will apply sound models and analysis to help identify other, perhaps undervalued, or potential opportunities.
“Models are only as good as the questions they ask. Experience and confidence drive efficiency – and the Business Development Modeler will have these vital qualities.” – Federico Petersen, Global Head of Business Development at VTTI
Inside the role of Business Development Modeler
The Business Development Modeler will report to Federico Petersen, the Global Head of Business Development. They will also work with regional Business Developers to ensure that risk, value, and opportunities are clearly and easily identified in various markets.
This role will maintain and develop complex financial models for budgeting and reporting processes and identify long-term strategic opportunities. It’s a complex role, often dealing with ambiguity, and it requires the Business Development Modeler to work assertively and deliver results, sometimes with limited information. They will also liaise with investors, commercial teams, finance, treasury, and tax professionals, and must be able to communicate and work with professionals at all levels.
In addition, the BDM will work on various projects at the same time in different regions. For example, converting a terminal in South Africa or assisting with the transaction of a big project in Chile, where they work closely with other VTTI teams to prepare financial models.
VTTI: a growing organization with a unique approach
Work-life balance at VTTI is taken seriously. When a deadline looms, it’s all hands on deck, and employees are expected to deliver, within reasonable boundaries. It’s a culture that requires a sharp focus and an adaptable mindset.
“At VTTI we don’t sit around waiting to be told what to do. We are always working on how we can improve things and take ownership. A pro-active mindset and flexibility are key factors for success within our organization.” – Anneke Otterspeer, HR Manager at VTTI
The Business Development team has ten people working in offices worldwide, including Singapore, Cape Town, the US, and the EU. A key characteristic of VTTI’s people is that they’re self-starters, with an entrepreneurial outlook and confidence to push forward in their respective roles.
This challenging role is ideal for someone with at least five years of relevant experience and who wants to move into Business Development in the future.
VTTI is working with Top of Minds to fill this vacancy.
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