The Power Supply Analyst works under the general direction of the Director of Power Supply Resources to support the goal of supplying clean and renewable power to the community. This position will be responsible for leading the agency's integrated resource planning activities, supporting managers on the Power Supply team with load forecasting, contract administration, compliance filings, and settlements. This position will also assist in procurement and risk management activities for renewable energy, resource adequacy, and related products and services. Other responsibilities include but are not limited to market monitoring, and contract negotiations. The ideal candidate will be strong analytical thinker who thrives in a fast-paced, dynamic, and diverse work environment.
This is not a remote-work position.
Key Responsibilities include:
• Work with consultants, vendors, scheduling coordinator, and senior management to analyze risk and value around complex transactions and portfolio positions, including power generation, load forecasts and load scheduling, hedging strategies.
• Lead CCCE’s integrated resource planning activities, including submission of the CPUC’s biennial integrated resource plan compliance filing.
• Provide data analysis and support in preparing various other regulatory compliance reports such as California’s Power Source Disclosure Program.
• Maintain, or establish, standard operating procedures, protocols, and safeguards to ensure procurement team decision making processes are aligned with agency goals.
• Support the Power Supply team with the design and operation of systems for measuring, monitoring, and reporting financial risk from power supply positions, consistent with CCCE Risk Management Policies adopted by the Board.
• Support procurement efforts to meet various CCCE objectives and/or compliance requirements including energy hedges, resource adequacy, carbon-free and RPS.
• Support in the preparation of solicitations/requests for offers of energy and capacity products, supplier/developer communications, analytical support during proposal/bid evaluation and contract negotiations.
• Support in the optimization, scheduling, and administration of power supply contracts, including auditing and monitoring contract milestones and deliverables.
• Monitor energy market activities, including pricing trends and forward curves related to market energy, renewable energy and capacity. Minimum
Qualifications: A bachelor’s degree from an accredited university in business, economics, engineering or related AND one to four years of progressive experience in renewable electric utility power procurement, Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) or in a closely related field.
Salary and Benefits: The salary is based upon qualifications and experience of the chosen candidate. CCCE offers a wide range of employee benefits, including but are not limited to: 401(a) Retirement, Health Premium Contribution, Flexible Spending Account, Short- & Long-Term Disability, Life, Employee Assistance Program, Paid Time Off, and Paid Holidays, Cell Phone Stipend, Paid Family Leave of 12 weeks after one year of employment at CCCE.