Regulatory Consultant Prin or Regulatory Consultant Staff

American Electric Power   •  

Fort Wayne, IN

Industry: Energy & Utilities

  •  

5 - 7 years

Posted 103 days ago

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Job Description

Regulatory professional who possesses extensive technical knowledge for the business functions supported, and regulatory knowledge to demonstrate proficiency in the application of theory to analyze and solve well-defined problems with very limited guidance from higher level personnel. Developed working knowledge of state or federal regulation standards, codes, concepts, systems, and business processes relevant to work assignments. Guides work groups to address complex problems or perform analysis to accomplish work plans initiated by various governmental agencies for rate cases, recovery clauses, audits, compliance filings, policy matters, and/or other proceedings. Provides high value input for corporate and business unit regulatory strategy development and coordination, and support for recommended negotiation strategies. Possesses an extensive knowledge of developments, procedures and current events affecting regulatory activity, and provides facilitation of the implementation in the needed areas of change. With extensive level regulatory knowledge, educates others on interrelationships between cost drivers and revenue. Facilitates work activity of others to perform regulatory tasks, such as developing direct and rebuttal testimony, responding to discovery requests, responding to Commission audits, witness preparation, etc.; facilitate organizational unit activities related to specific, unique and/or highly specialized areas of regulatory practice; promotes professionalism and standards, influences the direction of thinking through the organizational unit as a recognized authority; and operates with no supervision in a complex environment. Expert level knowledge of regulatory matters for the applicable regulatory function performed. Regulatory matters include, but are not limited to: economic and legal foundations of regulation; the federal and state regulatory commission structures, processes, and roles; utility ratemaking and rate design; Independent System Operators (ISOs), Regional Transmission Organizations (RTOs), and competitive wholesale markets; industry restructuring and deregulation; federal reliability compliance obligations; federal and state environmental compliance; and current legislative and regulatory policy issues impacting electric utilities. Interpret regulatory needs and implements projects and process work by establishing measurable goals, objectives and requirements relative to a specific area of responsibility; addresses company system-wide issues within specialized field of expertise; and reviews planned work of others. Anticipate, identifies, clarifies, resolves and initiates solutions to internal and/or external unique and specialized problems that sometimes involve analysis of inadequate or conflicting data; and facilitates the development of opportunities, new ideas and approaches that have system-wide impact. Works independently, with guidance only in the most complex matters, to prepare and present of complex regulatory subjects and strategies in a clear, concise and effective manner to management and/or regulatory bodies; demonstrates a developed knowledge of the network channels within the company, other companies, professional organizations, and regulatory agencies. Make complex decisions based on calculated risk and be held accountable for these complex decisions; has a very strong knowledge of the impact of the decisions made on other organizational units internal and external of the company; possesses expert knowledge to defend decisions that are made in the interest of the company; and demonstrates the ability to extrapolate beyond known facts to reach a logical conclusion.

This position will be filled in Fort Wayne, IN or Columbus, OH.

Job Type

Full-Time

Relocation

Yes

Minimum Requirements

Regulatory Consultant Prin
Education/Experience: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in Accounting, Business, Economics, Engineering, Finance, Geoscience, Mathematics or similar quantitative degree AND 6 years relative field, operations or analytical experience
or
Associate's degree from an accredited college or university in Accounting, Business, Economics, Engineering, Finance, Geoscience, Mathematics or similar quantitative degree AND 10 years relative field, operations or analytical experience
or
High School diploma or GED AND 12 years relative field, operations or analytical experience.

Regulatory Consultant Staff

Education/Experience: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in Accounting, Business, Economics, Engineering, Finance, Geoscience, Mathematics or similar quantitative degree AND 8 years relative field, operations or analytical experience
or
Associate's degree from an accredited college or university in Accounting, Business, Economics, Engineering, Finance, Geoscience, Mathematics or similar quantitative degree AND 12 years relative field, operations or analytical experience
or
High School diploma or GED AND 15 years relative field, operations or analytical experience.

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