Associate Rate Analyst
Organization : Sustainability Services - Americas
ENGIE Impact delivers sustainability solutions and services to corporations, cities and governments across the globe. Comprised of existing and proven ENGIE Group businesses, ENGIE Impact brings together a wide range of strategic and technical capabilities, to provide a comprehensive offer to support clients in tackling their complex sustainability challenges from strategy to execution. Why join us ?
With 18 offices worldwide and headquarters in New York City, ENGIE Impact today has a portfolio of 1,000 clients, including 25% of the Fortune 500 Companies, across more than 1,000,000 sites. Uniting ENGIE Insight, Ecova UK, Red Engineering and the Advisory and Advanced Analytics division of Tractebel under a common umbrella, ENGIE Impact was created to engage with executives and organizational leaders to set tailored strategies and specific roadmaps to achieve their sustainability and zero-carbon objectives, across energy, water, waste and more, globally.
Ready to act Right Now, for Tomorrow?
An Associate Rate Analyst, which represents the entry-level position within the Rates Analysis group, is expected to have basic knowledge of fundamental energy industry terms and concepts. The Associate Rate Analyst partners closely with and plays a supporting role to the Rate Analysts (RAs) and Sr. Rate Analysts (SRAs) that steadily augments their understanding of the Rates Analysis products and processes.
The Associate Rate Analyst is responsible for working closely with the RAs and SRAs to assemble all key pieces of client, utility, and regulatory information needed for the RA or SRA’s analysis and for updating existing mathematical rate models for their use. Once the Associate Rate Analyst masters these supportive functions, the Associate Rate Analyst is expected to accurately complete electric and gas rate analysis tasks for low complexity level utility tariff structures. Associate Rate Analysts must demonstrate the ability to examine low to mid complexity level tariffs before being considered for a promotion to Rate Analyst.
· Aggregate and prepare client usage history (via bill images or electronic files) for use by RAs and SRAs on the Rates Analysis team.
· Coordinate with applicable internal contacts to obtain any missing client information needed.
· In close coordination with the RAs and SRAs, review the regulated tariff structures for low to mid-complexity level electric and gas utilities as assigned, making necessary updates to those rate models are needed; this support oriented task is designed to expose the Associate Rate Analyst to a broad range of rate structures and tariff language.
· Demonstrate the skillsets necessary to examine low complexity level tariffs as the Associate Rate Analysts matures in the role.
· Contact utility providers and ask clarifying tariff and/or billing questions as needed.
· Assist the RAs and SRAs in organizing the necessary data and materials for sales tax exemption projects, utilizing this support oriented role to gain familiarity with state and local tax regulations and applicable sales tax exemption opportunities.
· Coordinate and complete the processing of local sales tax exemption requests on behalf of Rates Analysis clients.
· Assist the RAs and SRAs in organizing the necessary data and materials for historical utility bill audits, utilizing this support oriented role to gain familiarity with the historical utility bill audit process and tracking tools.
· Partner with SRAs to complete entry level historical utility bill audit projects in order to gain additional exposure to the audit process.
· Fulfill Associate Rate Analyst level departmental training requirements as outlined by the Rates Analysis Department Training Program
Do you tick all the boxes?
We are looking for talented and motivated people to create the future of sustainability transition . Join a rewarding and flexible work environment that encourages innovation and creativity and help us meet the energy challenges of today and tomorrow.
· Two-year college degree required (or equivalent certification or experience); Four-year college degree in engineering, accounting, finance, economics, or business preferred (or equivalent certification or experience).
· Basic knowledge of fundamental energy industry terms and concepts preferred.Minimum of two years’ experience in financial or quantitative analysis preferred.
· Basic proficiency in MS Excel and/or MS Access required.
· Effective communication skills required.
Equal Employment Opportunity
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· Additional Locations: North America-United States-Minnesota-St. Paul
· Posting Date: Mar 29, 2021