(281) 638-3227
ExxonMobil Corporation
Fort Worth, Texas January 2015 – cur...
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Natalie Stubbs' Resume

Published on: Mar 3, 2016

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  • 1. NATALIE E. STUBBS (281) 638-3227 EMPLOYMENT ExxonMobil Corporation Fort Worth, Texas January 2015 – current Revenue Analyst • Responsible for reporting and reconciling of over $2M in monthly gas revenue with quick deadline turnaround time • Analyze monthly revenue margins, perform flux analysis, and prepare presentations for management review • Work to improve synergy between reporting groups by serving as subject matter expert in area of cost analysis • Foster working relationships with purchasers of marketed gas to secure accurate and timely reporting data • Interpret gas marketing contracts for required deductions, caveats, pricing arrangements, and tax exemptions to ensure accuracy of current revenue recordings and the contract execution for all future revenue recordings • Complete prior period adjustments to reconcile receivable and payable accounts and prevent aged balances • Steward wire reconciliation process for approx. $4M in cash monthly on behalf of all of revenue department • Lead business unit ad hoc projects to reduce KPI’s and align the unit with management business objectives • Audit source data excel spreadsheets and implemented process improvements resulting in revisions of approximately $500K in deductions and cost savings Fort Worth, Texas May 2012 – Dec 2014 Cost Analyst • Managed the expense allocations for all physical assets located within the Midcontinental United States • Audited over 500 cost centers and assessed the accuracy of expense allocations to external working interest owners and where necessary, implemented improvements to enhance overall maintenance of cost centers • Performed quantitative analysis of internal production data for use in expense allocations and financial reporting • Contributed subject matter expertise to field analysts and engineers for review and planning of drilling decisions • Team with audit and legal departments to resolve joint interest audit exceptions and improve owner relations • Analyze Joint Operating Agreements and marketing contracts to ensure reporting accuracy of applicable opex • Collaborated on the development and implementation of an automated process of recording costs to the general ledger, increasing workload efficiency by approximately 10 hours a month and eliminating obsolete systems • Partnered on special projects including joint venture divestitures, acquisitions, and asset transfers, increasing business acumen in areas of cross-functional productivity and working under intense and tight deadlines • Stewarded conversion of cost allocation methodology for entire geographic region to realign for business growth Houston, Texas January 2011 – April 2012 Severance Tax Analyst • Responsible for internal and external severance tax reporting and compliance to the state comptroller’s office • Proven consistency working in a deadline sensitive environment, ensuring no penalty and interest assessments • Analyzed and resolved critical errors from prior filing periods, resulting in approx $2.5M in state refunds • Developed reports in Excel by using pivot tables and macros to disseminate data for monthly variance analysis • Reconciled company accounts to state balances and presented findings quarterly to senior management • Coordinated the rollout of a new SharePoint site and provided training for the business unit on it’s application • Collaborated with Systems Support to customize SAP functionality and made recommendations for user interface • Improved and maintained process and control documentation by creation of procedure manuals • Researched and resolved aged balances resulting in a reduction of KPI’s reported to senior leadership EDUCATION Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance, Cum Laude December 2010 Global Energy Management Professional Program C.T. Bauer College of Business, University of Houston, Houston, Texas • Cumulative GPA of a 3.68 on a 4.0 scale • In-Major GPA of a 3.84 on a 4.0 scale ACTIVITIES AND COLLEGIATE HONORS Women’s Leadership Network, ExxonMobil Corporation United Way Campaign- Participating campaigns include Houston Food Bank, Salvation Army, and Day of Caring Corporate Recruiting Team, ExxonMobil Corporation Senior Source- Friendly Visitor Program Dean’s Honor List • Spring 2009, Spring 2010, Summer 2010, Fall 2010 Transfer Excellence Scholarship, University of Houston

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