Las Vegas, NV

Electric Utility Resource Analyst

Compensation $125,000 - $150,000 + 20% Bonus + PAID Relocation (Hybrid)

We are in search of a talented Energy Resource Consultant to oversee and manage the financial analysis of our clients' electricity systems in the vibrant city of Las Vegas, NV. This role involves forecasting the costs of the system's fuel and power, as well as the utilization of natural gas and coal. The consultant will play a crucial role in fuel procurement, regulatory proceedings, and the development of business plans.
Our ideal candidate should have a minimum of eight years of experience in resource planning, particularly in production cost modeling for electric utilities (preferably using PLEXOS software). They should possess a strong ability to evaluate results, address concerns, make strategic decisions, communicate effectively with stakeholders, present findings, and provide testimony in public utility commissions.
  • Conduct extensive and diverse research to support resource planning activities.
  • Create clear, concise, and accurate reports for consultants, managers, executives, and regulators.
  • Utilize computer models to support major resource decisions, such as procurement, operations, retirements, and integrated plans.
  • Prepare written summaries of resource modeling inputs and outcomes and effectively communicate them.
  • Conduct ad-hoc market analysis to support investment, acquisition, and commercial transaction opportunities.
  • Represent modeling assumptions and analyses in meetings and proceedings with stakeholders.
  • Provide regulatory support by preparing written testimony and responding to data requests.
  • Serve as an expert witness in regulatory proceedings.
  • Stay updated on industry trends through research and integrate findings into future regulatory filings.
  • Participate in workshops and accurately interpret and explain analysis results to team members, management, and external stakeholders.
  • Mentor and train junior Resource Planning staff, occasionally acting as a temporary Director in the absence of the Manager.
  • Ensure compliance with all relevant policies, codes, and regulations.
  • Bachelor's degree is required.
  • Must have 8-12 years of experience in utility production cost modeling, energy supply fundamentals, and regional market behaviors.
  • Proficiency in various modeling, analytical, statistical, monitoring, or reporting software, preferably with knowledge of PLEXOS.
  • Familiarity with generation, transmission, gas transportation, wholesale power markets, environmental regulation, and quantitative project management.
  • Prior experience in planning and delivering presentations.
  • Strong interpersonal and organizational skills are essential.
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