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Portland General Electric Corporate Compliance Analyst, FERC in Portland, Oregon

At PGE, our work involves dreaming about, planning for, and realizing a smarter, cleaner, more enduring Oregon neighborhood. Its core to our DNA and we haven’t stopped since we started in 1888. We energize lives, strengthen communities and drive advancements in energy that promote social, economic and environmental progress. We’re always on the lookout for people passionate about leading and being a part of teams that are advancing innovative clean energy solutions that are also affordable and accessible to all.

Key Responsibilities

Compliance Program Management Supports administering FERC compliance policies, programs and standards. Under supervision, identifies programs and initiatives to ensure all corporate systems are compliant and to incorporate new applicable regulatory requirements.

Controls Framework Assessment Under supervision, identifies compliance controls and recommends plans to monitor them. Identifies control gaps and contributes to recommendations to remediate gaps.

Regulatory Docket Management Supports projects to complete filings. Assists in drafting, editing and electronically filing PGE pleadings, interventions and filings in consultation with operating units and Legal Department. Attends FERC open meetings, technical conferences and regional meetings as required.

Investigation Supports tracking, identification and disposition of potential instances of noncompliance, including participating, under supervision, in investigations. Assists in drafting of conclusions and remediation plans.

Analysis and Implementation Researches new standards and regulations. Consults with subject matter experts and identifies impact on processes and procedures. Proposes time lines and gathers compliance evidence.

Consultation and Outreach Reviews published FERC enforcement actions and other regulatory developments and informs other operating units. Delivers presentations on regulatory requirements. Provides subject matter expertise to operating units.

Audit and Enforcement Management Supports the planning and execution of PGE’s participation in regulatory enforcement actions, such as self- certifications, audits and external investigations. Assists in gathering, review and submittal of evidence of compliance.


Education Requires a bachelor’s degree in finance, business, technical field or other related field or equivalent experience.

Experience Typically two or more years in compliance. FERC/NERC experience is preferred

Certifications, Licenses and Training NERC certification preferred.

Competencies (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities)

Functional Competencies

Working knowledge of regulatory compliance best practices

Working knowledge of relevant regulations and reliability standards

Working skills in compliance, including managing controls, identifying gaps and recommending remediation

General Competencies

Working business acumen skills

Working problem-solving skills

Intermediate decision-making skills

Advanced written and oral communication skills

Intermediate analytical thinking skills

Intermediate diplomacy skills

Intermediate organization and prioritization skills

Working interpersonal skills

Physical and Cognitive Demands

Cognitive Level

Intermediate: Consistent use of relevant principles to solve practical problems and to deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists.


Ability to adhere to set response times, deadlines and time-sensitive tasks

Ability to follow accuracy standards

Ability to follow through on decision-making tasks

Ability to interact effectively and collaboratively within a team environment

Ability to communicate and problem solve when under stress

Ability to respond and adapt to frequent change

Ability to accept and demonstrate self-awareness when provided constructive feedback

Ability to discern feedback and acknowledge ownership of areas of improvement

Ability to avoid future mistakes by applying reasonable skills to new but similar work situations or tasks

Ability to successfully collaborate with peers, managers and others within the organization

Demonstrates sound memory

Ability to process new information to be applied consistently to work tasks


Ability to work long hours

Ability to work a variable schedule

Ability to report to work and perform work during periods of severe inclement weather

Ability to consistently meet attendance standards for regular, reliable, predictable, full-time attendance

Physical Capabilities

Driving/travel/commute: Daily within service territory - Frequently (at least once a week or more)

Computer use (use computer regularly for entire work shift)

Environment - Office

Compensation Range:

$72,900.00 - $121,500.00

In addition, this position is eligible for a performance-based incentive bonus. Actual total compensation is commensurate with experience, skills, and education

PGE believes in rewarding dedicated performance. We provide a total rewards package that is designed to reward your contributions to the company, and, at the same time, support your well-being and professional development, both now and into the future. To find out more, click here ( .

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PGE is committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. PGE will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, religion, disability, protected veteran status, or other characteristics protected by law.

PGE does not discriminate on the basis of disability. We recognize individuals have a variety of abilities to offer and we believe there is much to value and celebrate by incorporating different abilities into the work we do. One very important way we live this out is in our application and interview process. We work hard to support individuals who may need an accommodation to fully participate in these processes. If you feel you may need an accommodation, or would like to request one, please notify the Talent Acquisition Specialist (Recruiter) associated with the job posting. You may also make this request by contacting or by calling 503-464-7250. The Recruiter will provide information and next steps for the accommodation process. Our Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) team is also available for support. You can contact them at .

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