Southern California Edison Senior Regulatory Project Manager (MPP2) in Rosemead, California
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About Air & Climate and our Regulatory Affairs Organizational Unit:
Air & Climate in the Regulatory Affairs organization at Southern California Edison (SCE) is a team responsible for SCE’s regulatory and legislative policy concerning air quality, climate change and transportation electrification.
The Senior Regulatory Project Manager (MPP2) will provide transportation electrification (TE) subject matter expertise and leadership on a cross-functional team of operational, strategy, regulatory, legal, and finance experts, and will be responsible for planning, developing content for, and coordinating regulatory filings for TE, including SCE’s upcoming application to facilitate light-duty vehicle adoption.
Leads the development of content (e.g., testimony, analysis, and other relevant material) for TE-related regulatory filings.
The Senior Project Manager is the lead subject matter expert for SCE’s next application for transportation electrification programs, including proposed investments and rate designs, which is likely to be focused on light-duty vehicle adoption.
Work closely with Strategy, Integrated Planning and Performance (SIPP), Customer Service (BCD and CP&S), Law and Transmission & Distribution organizations to do the following:
Identify SCE’s primary strategic policy objectives,
Develop programs aimed at accomplishing the objectives,
Design the program details necessary for a successful transportation electrification filing, and
Provide subject matter expertise for the application at the CPUC in order to ensure that programs are successfully approved
Bachelor’s degree in a Policy-related field, Environmental Sciences, Engineering, or related discipline.
Five years of business experience with familiarity with regulatory policies and processes.
Six years of experience working in energy
Experience in transportation electrification regulatory policy matters and related project management
An advanced degree in policy related discipline (Public Policy, Environmental Policy)
Three or more years of experience in transportation electrification regulatory policy matters and related project management.
Seven or more years of experience in regulatory policy and project management or related relevant experience.
The primary work location for this position is Rosemead, CA; however, the successful candidate may also be asked to travel to San Francisco on an average of one time per month, attend hearings, and travel occasionally to Sacramento and Washington, DC.
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: Senior Regulatory Project Manager (MPP2)
Requisition ID: 71018828