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Asset Manager

Indeck Energy Services, Inc.
Location: Buffalo Grove, IL US
Position Type: Full Time
Rqd Education: Bachelor's Degree
Rqd Experience: 2 - 5 years
Date Posted: October 23, 2020
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Responsibilities:

  • Manage and optimize financial, contractual and regulatory aspects of a diverse portfolio of electrical generation assets
  • Interface with corporate team, plant personnel, partners, customers and consultants in managing day to day operations
  • Participate on corporate NERC Risk Management Committee and manage NERC consulting and compliance efforts
  • Support back end settlement process for energy sales
  • Analyze power, load, congestion and gas considerations in NYISO, PJM, MISO and other control areas
  • Develop and manage project budgets
  • Maintain knowledge of political and energy market trends within NYISO, PJM and other control areas

Desired Skills & Experience:

  • Strong quantitative and analytics background, preferably energy and fuel related
  • Basic understanding of physical and financial electricity, congestion, natural gas, emissions, and market design in one or more of the North American control areas
  • Basic understanding of energy, capacity and REC markets
  • Robust oral and written communication skills
  • Familiar with market rules governing North American physical and financial energy transactions
  • Proficient in Excel
  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering or equivalent quantitative analytical experience 

About Indeck Energy:

Indeck Energy Services, Inc. was established in 1985 as an Independent Power Producer and developer of cogeneration plants. Indeck is one of the leading developers, owners and operators of energy facilities and independent power projects in North America. Indeck is privately held and incorporated in Illinois, with its headquarters located in the suburbs of Chicago. Indeck owns, has owned, or has developed over 4,000 MW of electric generation assets, and currently owns and operates 350 MW across six electric power generation facilities in various U.S. markets.