Manager: $ 113,434 - $189,057 annual salary, plus benefits Analyst: $ 68,748 - $137,496 annual salary, plus benefits First screening will occur June 14 th. Applicants are encouraged to apply early.
Central Coast Community Energy (CCCE) is seeking an Energy Risk and Analytics Manager OR Analyst. Only one position will be filled depending on the qualifications of the chosen candidate.
Under direction of the Director of Power Resources, this position has responsibility for energy risk modelling and reporting, load forecasting, and other financial analytics. This position may assist in the administration of CCCE’s competitive solicitations for procurement of various energy products, and other duties as assigned in support of the Power Supply Resources team.
Energy Risk and Analytics Analyst This is an entry to mid-level position in the Power Supply Resources team. Initially under direct supervision, the position will learn and perform a limited number of duties of increasingly complexity.
Energy Risk and Analytics, Manager This is a program management level position in the Power Supply Resources Department. The Energy Risk and Analytics Manager will be responsible for all aspects of managing 3CE’s board-approved energy risk management policy, load forecasting and other financial analytics.
Example of Duties
Essential Duties and Responsibilities Energy Risk and Analytics Analyst and Manager
Ideal candidate should possess energy data science experience and expertise to assist in expanding and managing our energy procurement analytical capabilities and systems, with the following responsibilities:
Design, program, modify, and operate systems for measuring, monitoring, and reporting financial risk from power supply positions, consistent with CCCE’s Risk Management Policies adopted by the Board.
Prepare for, and lead CCCE’s monthly risk management committee meetings.
Calculating Value at Risk, Mark to Market, Gross Margin at Risk, PPA valuation, and other risk metrics.
Maintain, operate and enhance load forecasting model to support procurement and/or compliance requirements including energy hedges, resource adequacy, and RPS. Model short term and long-term load forecasting.
Oversee and implement risk management and performance analysis of operating long-term contracts.
Maintain and operate CCCE’s cost of energy model.
Support analysis on integrated resource planning activities.
Interactions with third-party energy technology providers.
Serve as the Power Supply’s lead for CCCE data warehousing activities.
Provide technical and/or analytic input on regulatory matters.
The successful candidate will bring a mix of technical data science acumen, the ability to work independently when necessary, a passion for building solutions and streamlining processes, a commitment to data-driven decision-making, and a deep interest in CCCE’s mission.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities Energy Risk and Analytics Manager Only In addition to the duties above, the Manager also:
Evaluates, develops, implements, and manages CCCE’s energy risk management policies, load forecasting, and cost of energy forecasting.
2.Formulates, recommends and/or implements actions for improvement of risk management and cost of energy models.
Any combination of education and experience that would provide the opportunity to acquire the knowledge and abilities needed for this position. A typical way to obtain the education and experience would include:
Energy Risk and Analytics, Analyst Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Finance, Statistics, Accounting, Computer Science, Applied Mathematics, Data Science, Engineering, Economics, or other quantitative discipline. AND At least two (2) years of experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities described above, particularly in energy risk management reporting.
Energy Risk and Analytics, Manager Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Finance, Statistics, Accounting, Computer Science, Applied Mathematics, Data Science, Engineering, Economics, or other quantitative discipline. AND At least seven (7) years of experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities described above, particularly in energy risk management reporting.
Experience at an electric utility, municipal utility, Community Choice Aggregation program or in a closely related field is highly desirable.
Additional Salary Information: Plus Excellent Benefits
About Central Coast Community Energy
Central Coast Community Energy (CCCE) is a Community Choice Energy agency established by local communities to source clean and renewable electricity for Monterey, San Benito and Santa Cruz counties and now parts of San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara counties while retaining your utility provider’s traditional role delivering power and maintaining electric infrastructure as well as billing.
Central Coast Community Energy is committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions through local control of utility scale renewable electricity generation provided at competitive rates and the implementation of innovative energy programs that facilitate the electrification of the transportation and built environments. CCCE promotes long-term electric rate stability and energy security while reducing reliance on fossil fuels and stimulating the local economy.