Southern California Edison Advisor, Environmental Strategy in Rosemead, California
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About the Strategy, Integrated Planning, and Performance (SIPP) organization:
We perform the foundational analysis and planning that inform SCE’s views and actions; we provide the strategic leadership that aligns resources, and we coordinate the transformational initiatives that redefine and advance SCE.
The State of California is a leader in environmental policy and continues to increase expectations for carbon reduction and air quality improvements across the state. These policies have significant implications on Southern California Edison’s business—both opportunities to strengthen electric utilities’ role in the California economy and challenges to our current business model. To forge a path as a leader in this transformation, SCE must take a proactive stance that depends on a strong understanding of potential environmental actions (cap and trade markets, electrification, energy efficiency, etc.) and business strategies that capitalize on the changes.
This Environmental Strategy Advisor will provide cross-sector environmental and electrification subject matter expertise and leadership on a team that evaluates policies and strategies related to carbon, air quality, electrification and other emerging technologies. This position will be responsible for leading the development of content to define and support SCE’s environmental strategic initiatives, support potential regulatory filings, and legislation and advocacy as it relates to SCE’s environmental strategy.
Provide key subject matter expertise and leadership in defining how the Company can achieve its overarching environmental goals.
Lead and support the development of content to define and support policies and strategies related to carbon, air quality, electrification and other emerging technologies.
Coordinate across operating units to drive technical, economic, and policy analyses to recommendations.
Directs and conducts research and information gathering on key market, regulatory, and competitive trends in California and across industry as a whole (electric, industrial, transportation, commercial and residential sectors).
Filters materials and synthesizes into key takeaways about impacts to our business, especially as it relates to our environmental strategy.
Publishes regular reports and presents these findings to peers and senior management.
Provide input on environmental strategy related matters to other OUs including Local Public Affairs, Government Affairs (state and federal), and Legislative Affairs, particularly regarding legislation and/or local government activities.
Prepare executives for external engagements as it relates to SCE’s environmental strategy.
Represent SCE at industry conferences, regulatory agency workshops/hearings and industry coalition meetings, as directed by his/her manager.
Performs other duties as required
BA/BS degree in environmental sciences, engineering, economics or an equivalent discipline.
Four years of business experience in an energy-related field or comparable field
Experience with modeling and analysis of environmental policies and experience with economic impact models
Experience using Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint
Project management experience.
Five or more years business experience in energy-related field
Two or more years environmental experience
Specific experience using/interpreting energy and environmental models and analysis
Specific experience using/interpreting economic impact models
Expert in Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint
Experience with relational databases and semi-structured databases
Excellent writing skills
Excellent presentation skills
Works well with others generally, and specifically, with cross-functional peers.
Comfortable managing amorphous/nascent issues/projects until clarity emerges.
The primary work location for this position is Rosemead, CA; however, the successful candidate may also be asked to travel for presenting at Industry Conferences as required.
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.
Southern California Edison, an Edison International (NYSE:EIX) company, serves a population of nearly 14 million via 5 million customer accounts in a 50,000-square-mile service area within Central, Coastal and Southern California. Join the utility leader that is safely delivering reliable, affordable electricity to our customers for over 125 years.
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