Director, Financial Reporting


Jacksonville, US

APR Energy is a global leader in specialized power solutions. We build, own, and operate scalable, turnkey power plants that help run cities and industries around the world. Whether you require temporary, bridging or more permanent power, our flexible solutions provide reliable electricity when and where you need it, for as long as you need it.


Job Summary

APR is a global energy company that works with a diverse set of customers, partners, employees, and governments around the world. Communicating APR’s successful track record and evolving role in the energy sector with internal and external audiences is critical to the company’s growth strategy. The marketing manager will play a driving role in helping APR further refine its brand in the marketplace, build a strong internal culture and position APR executives as thought leaders in the energy transition. Reporting to the Global Head of Corporate Affairs, the position will involve a healthy mix of communications strategy and execution. Energy or international experience is not required but an intellectual curiosity and a desire to learn about the future of energy and the world is a must.

Directs and oversees preparation of all internal, statutory and external audited financial statements. Subject matter expert for all technical accounting and financial reporting matters. Directs consolidation process for all APR entities and coordinates monthly reporting package to parent. Supervises certain corporate accounting processes including treasury accounts, intangibles and intercompany accounts. Ensures that all financial statements are prepared in accordance with company policies, statutory requirements and US GAAP and IFRS. Monitors governing body activities and advises management of trends and changes in statutory and external reporting requirements.
Champions a continuous improvement culture with respect to processes and controls over financial reporting and strives to establish best practices. Serves as principal liaison with external auditors. Assists in the preparation of materials for management, board and shareholders.



  • Prepare monthly and quarterly financial reporting packages and coordinates timelines with public parent company financial reporting personnel
  • Maintain reporting calendars for all external reporting requirements, including independent statutory accounts and standalone audit
  • Supervise consolidation process and manages intercompany elimination process
  • Monitor activities of primary regulatory bodies (FASB, SEC and IASB) and determine impacts of new pronouncements on the Company's financial statements
  • Perform accounting research related to new pronouncements and prepare technical memoranda documenting the impact to the Company
  • Advise management of changes to and/or new accounting pronouncements that will have an impact on the Company's financial statements
  • Manage communication with external auditors for all statutory and stand alone audits to ensure auditor agreement with company accounting and financial reporting policies
  • Assist in the coordination of annual audit and quarterly review activities of external auditors Supervise international statutory accounting and issue identification and resolution
  • Create, implement and maintain comprehensive worldwide accounting policy documents to improve clarity and consistency
  • Implement and maintain reporting procedures to comply with internal control requirements
  • Direct and oversee close tasks related to treasury accounts, intangibles, intercompany eliminations, equity and purchase price accounting, as applicable
  • Perform continuous assessment of the close process and process re-engineering to reduce the timing to close the financial period
  • Support month end and year end closing Participate in other projects as required



  • Master's degree
  • Bachelor's degree or higher in Accounting CPA
  • CPA with at least 5 years of experience in the audit practice of a large accounting firm
  • Deep knowledge of US GAAP, IFRS and SEC rules is required
  • Technical accounting research and documentation skills are required
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills are required
  • Experience with international, multi-entity organizations is preferred
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and manage well through ambiguity and complexity
  • Ability to execute and follow-through to completion and documentation


Travel requirements:

Less than 25% domestic and/or international travel likely

May be required to work beyond normal business hours.



Benefits: Health, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, Short Term & Long Term Disability, 401K Retirement Plan, Maternity and Paternity leave, Holidays, Sick time and Vacation.


APR Energy is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

APR’s Living in the Values:

APR’s Living in the Values:

  • Speed
  • Global 
  • Teamwork
  • Trust 
  • Performance
  • Determination 
  • Responsibility & Value


With experience delivering power in more than 35 countries, we have the capability to respond quickly to needs across most of the world, getting power to our customers fast. APR Energy’s power plants have served some of the world’s best-known utilities and industries, used in applications ranging from supplemental base load capacity and seasonal peaking power to distributed generation and dedicated industrial power.