Regulatory Analyst - Conservation Programs
November 1, 2011 9:40 AM

Short version: I need an energy policy wonk.

The official job summary from the job posting is:
"Provides regulatory monitoring and oversight of energy conservation programs ensuring that all corporate and regulatory requirements are met. Provides support for the preparation of regulatory filings related to energy conservation."

Less officially, we're a large natural gas utility. We have a large conservation program. We're looking to hire an analyst to support the regulatory oversight and reporting functions related to the conservation program.

The formal job requirements are at the posting (follow the link below and look for the "Regulatory Analyst - CIP" position). The ideal candidate would be someone with some experience and exposure to energy conservation and energy efficiency, an understanding of the energy policy landscape and the regulatory process, and decent quantitative skills including cost/benefit analysis. We're not looking for an engineer, but someone with an understanding of technical principles would be good. Strong written and verbal communication skills are key, along with attention to detail – this position needs someone who can move from the nitty-gritty detail level to the 10,000-foot overview and back again.

I'm happy to answer questions via MeFi Mail or the email in my profile, but you MUST go through the online application process through the website below in order to apply - please don't send your resume to me directly; it will be ignored. You can plunk your resume/references/letter/etc into the app as PDFs.

payscale: $60-65,000ish - depending on qualifications
job type: full-time
posted by nickmark to Business/Mgmt

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