Southern California Edison FERC Regulatory Project Manager (MPP1) in Rosemead, California
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About Regulatory Affairs:
The Regulatory Affairs is responsible for energy and environmental policy, establishing customer rates, preparing tariffs, and advocacy efforts with FERC, CPUC, and CEC. FERC Rates & Regulation manages the development and defense of SCE’s transmission rate and tariff filings at FERC. The group also develops wholesale distribution costs and rates, and manages compliance filings at FERC and the DOE. Additionally, it provides internal analysis and guidance on a wide range of regulatory matters, including FERC regulatory requirements, policies, and precedents; California ISO tariffs and rates; existing FERC-jurisdictional agreements; and generator interconnection policies and contracts.
The Project Manager will work with the Senior Manager of FERC Contract & Cost Analysis to develop cost of service analysis and defend such analysis before the Federal Regulatory Energy Commission and wholesale customers. Quantitative skills and working knowledge of Excel spreadsheets.
Responsible for the development of Cost of Service studies for regulated utility services including establishing schedule and responsibilities, data gathering, and analysis to assure recovery of the Company’s cost of providing the service.
This position will also be responsible for the development of the necessary regulatory filings before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and defending the study results before customers and regulators.
Support other various FERC-jurisdictional matters such as FERC Formula Rate, Balancing Accounts, and other ratemaking related issues.
Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Economics, Finance or Business.
Five years of experience managing projects
Three years of experience working in regulated environment.
One year of experience with Cost of Service analysis
Master’s Degree in Engineering or Economics
Experience with FERC-related regulation and ratemaking
Familiarity with the FERC System of accounts, cost of service principles, and public utility regulation
Project Management experience working in team environment
Familiarity with utility electrical transmission and distribution systems
Experience in transmission field engineering or transmission contract management
The primary work location for this position is Rosemead, CA; however, the successful candidate may also be asked to relocate to travel for meetings to Washington, DC and Sacramento, CA and to customer sites as needed.
Relocation may apply to this position
Candidates for this position must be legally authorized to work directly as employees for any employer in the United States without visa sponsorship.
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Title: FERC Regulatory Project Manager (MPP1)
Requisition ID: 71019431