•  
Siemens: RuggedCom RSG2488 New Timing CapabilitiesAdvertisement

Regulatory Analyst - Sr/Lead - Job ID 110177

Organization : Kansas City Power and Light Company
Location: United States, Missouri, Kansas City Area
End of contest: June 6, 2014
Type (Full time / Part time): Full time
Description
Brief Description of Duties

Regulatory Analyst - Sr.

Responsible for contributing to multiple regulatory projects through all phases in a timely, cost effective and efficient manner through collaboration with various departments within KCPL. Projects assigned vary greatly in size and complexity. Some project leadership may be required.

Required to keep abreast of regulatory trends and maintain a working knowledge of the electric utility industry. Identifies and maintains a broad knowledge of the issues of importance to the Company; assimilate and evaluate complex information from a variety of sources and recommend strategy, solutions, or actions based on the analysis of the information and extensive knowledge of technical and business principles and practices.

Provide guidance to Company personnel concerning regulatory matters. Makes appropriate recommendations for changes/additions/deletions to existing rates, rules, and regulations or other regulatory matters. Support KCPL regulatory initiatives through information gathering and analysis, leading to appropriate recommendations.

Develop internal and external working relationships; communicates Company position on issues and serves as liaison with Commission staffs. Ensures timely processing of information to meet regulatory requirements and minimize any negative impact on the Company; identifies priority issues; influences behavior to protect the best interests of Company¿s customers and stakeholders and enhances corporate image.

Regulatory Anlayst - Lead

Responsible for contributing to multiple regulatory projects through all phases in a timely, cost effective and efficient manner through collaboration with various departments within KCPL. Projects assigned vary greatly in size and complexity. Some project leadership may be required.

Required to keep abreast of regulatory trends and maintain a working knowledge of the electric utility industry. Identifies and maintains a broad knowledge of the issues of importance to the Company; assimilate and evaluate complex information from a variety of sources and recommend strategy, solutions, or actions based on the analysis of the information and extensive knowledge of technical and business principles and practices.

Provide guidance to Company personnel concerning regulatory matters. Makes appropriate recommendations for changes/additions/deletions to existing rates, rules, and regulations or other regulatory matters. Support KCPL regulatory initiatives through information gathering and analysis, leading to appropriate recommendations.

Develop internal and external working relationships; communicates Company position on issues and serves as liaison with Commission staffs. Ensures timely processing of information to meet regulatory requirements and minimize any negative impact on the Company; identifies priority issues; influences behavior to protect the best interests of Company¿s customers and stakeholders and enhances corporate image.

Requirements

Education & Experience

Regulatory Analyst - Senior

  • Requires a degree at least as advanced as a Bachelor's degree in a business-related field, engineering, economics, quantitative analysis, or science. Advanced degree preferred. Professional certification (i.e. CPA, PE, etc.) is preferred.
  • A minimum of 4 years of experience in the regulated utility industry is preferred.
  • Knowledge of electric utility systems, accounting statements and financial concepts as used in a regulated electric utility environment is preferred.

Regulatory Analyst - Lead

  • Requires a degree at least as advanced as a Bachelor's degree in a business-related field, engineering, economics, quantitative analysis, or science.
  • Advanced degree preferred.
  • Professional certification (i.e. CPA, PE, etc.) is preferred.
  • A minimum of 6 years of experience in the regulated utility industry is preferred.
  • knowledge of electric utility systems, accounting statements and financial concepts as used in a regulated electric utility environment is preferred.

Special Background, Experience

Regulatory Analyst - Sr.

  • Must possess strong communications skills, capable of:
    • listening to gather and synthesize information;
    • speaking in a clear and concise manner to convey information often technical in nature;
    • preparing written material that provides study results, reports, memos, testimony and documentation of subjects often technical in nature.
  • On moderately complex issues, capable of:
    • researching issues using multiple sources of data and appropriate technical tools available;
    • analyzing and synthesizing data gathered;
    • transforming data gathered into information that can be used to facilitate decision making;
    • drawing appropriate conclusions based on information and;
    • making sound recommendations that consider the proper balance among the various interests of internal operations, customers, regulators, shareholders, and competitors that may be impacted by the recommendation.
  • Areas of proficiency include some or all of the following:
    • Wholesale markets, cost of service, regional transmission organizations, and federal regulation
    • Regulated utility operation, construction, or maintenance
    • Retail cost of service, rate design, and state (KS & MO) regulation
    • Load Research and the management of interval data
    • Rates administration including rules & regulations
    • Regulated utility accounting as well as general accounting
    • Utility billing and Commission generated customer complaint resolution
    • Development, implementation, or maintenance of regulatory systems
  • Possesses a high degree of work initiative and project leadership ability.
  • Must be proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications and demonstrate the ability to learn other software products as necessary.

Regulatory Analyst - Lead

  • Must possess strong communications skills, capable of:
    • listening to gather and synthesize information;
    • speaking in a clear and concise manner to convey information often technical in nature;
    • preparing written material that provides study results, reports, memos, testimony and documentation of subjects often technical in nature.
  • On all but the most complex issues, capable of:
    • researching issues using multiple sources of data and appropriate technical tools available;
    • analyzing and synthesizing data gathered;
    • transforming data gathered into information that can be used to facilitate decision making;
    • drawing appropriate conclusions based on information and;
    • making sound recommendations that consider the proper balance among the various interests of internal operations, customers, regulators, shareholders, and competitors that may be impacted by the recommendation.
  • Areas of proficiency include some or all of the following:
    • Wholesale markets, cost of service, regional transmission organizations, and federal regulation
    • Regulated utility operation, construction, or maintenance
    • Retail cost of service, rate design, and state (KS & MO) regulation
    • Load Research and the management of interval data
    • Rates administration including rules & regulations
    • Regulated utility accounting as well as general accounting
    • Utility billing and Commission generated customer complaint resolution
    • Development, implementation, or maintenance of regulatory systems
  • ossesses a high degree of work initiative and project leadership ability.
  • Must be proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications and demonstrate the ability to learn other software products as necessary.

NOTE: At this time applications are not being accepted via regular mail, fax, or e-mail. We are only accepting applications through this Website.  

If you are interested in applying for a position with Kansas City Power & Light, a Great Plains Energy subsidiary, you must use this online application and submit your resume in the designated area.

Apply for this position

BACK PRINT SEND SAVE ADD / MODIFY

Contact us

Jaguar Expo Inc
1160 rue Levis, Suite 100
Terrebonne (Quebec) J6W 5S6

Tel.: 450-471-0796
Toll free: 888-332-3749
Fax: 450-471-5443 . 888-243-4562

info@electricenergyonline.com
www.electricenergyonline.com

  Press

  Jobs

  Events

  Subscription

  News

  Magazine

  News on your smartphone

© 2014, Jaguar Media inc. All rights reserved. 1996-2014