Analyst, Senior Investor Relations

Investor Relations Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Job Summary

Responsibilities will include a wide array of professional-level investor relations accountabilities, working closely with members of the CLR Executive Committee and reporting to the Vice President, Investor Relations. Assign, supervise and manage investor relations functions and projects. Assist with a variety of investor-related special events as assigned.


  • Assign, supervise and manage high-level investor relations projects and related budgets, working closely with and synthesizing information from all major operating departments (executive, operations, exploration, reserves, legal, finance)
  • Peer analysis - maintaining company peer financial model on a monthly basis, create and distribute summary data/slides to a select executive group
  • Peer surveillance - real-time data exchange and analysis on peer group -tracking acreage, drilling activity, EURs, asset acquisitions and      divestures, completion design, well cost and quarterly results.
  • Sellside tracking - review sellside financial and NAV models for accuracy to street guidance and allocation of value per asset group/region. Comparison of peer assets to the same analysts' NAV (premium or discount per operator or acreage position).
  • Energy commodity tracking – closely follow sellside coverage of crude oil and natural gas commodity storage, macro supply/demand data from third parties (CERA, IHS), refining capacity, utilization, expansion and regulatory. Data to be shared with IR team and hedging committee.
  • Working with Financial Planning to track company's near-term and long-term financial projections as approved by Board/executive team and make changes to existing models.
  • Pre-Earnings support - provide analysis of current investor top topics and questions in current earnings season, and gather and coordinate data in preparation for CLR's earnings call.
  • Prepare documentation for distribution and posting to website; work with executive management, Operations, Accounting, Finance and other departments to develop investor information, annual reports, press releases (including writing) and presentations; participate in investor calls, meetings and conference calls, and other forms of contact with investors;
  • Manage special IR events, such as quarterly earnings conference calls, investor meetings in the headquarters and on the road, annual investor conferences, and one-on-one non-deal road shows


  • Strong communication skills, both written and oral
  • Advanced skills in MS Office (Excel, Word and PowerPoint)
  • Proven team player
  • Strong presentation skills and ability to articulate and defend a position.
  • Ability to work directly with executive management with short time tables and very high expectations.
  • High degree of attention to detail.


  • Bachelor’s degree in a finance, accounting or engineering required; post graduate degree in business (MBA) preferred.
  • 5+ years recent experience with valuation and financial modeling required.
  • Strong financial modeling skills in excel, ability to extensively communicate, previous hand-on experience building, managing and updating a financial model, and ability to provide summary data to the most relevant points.
  • Experience with exploration and production (E&P) companies, portfolio management or investment banking preferred.