Silicon Valley Clean Energy Seeks a Principal Policy Analyst
The Principal Policy Analyst is central to the successful operations of SVCE. The Analyst is part of the Policy team which focuses local and state policies that impact SVCE, including but not limited to, resource planning, rate making and rate design, direct access policies, exit fees imposed on SVCE customers, and distributed energy resources policies and programs. The Principal Analyst will need to integrate input from all other SVCE divisions in addition to external stakeholders, such as the California Community Choice Association (CalCCA).
Examples of anticipated assignments include drafting comments in response to CPUC or CAISO filings; meeting with CPUC and CAISO decision-makers and staff; working with CalCCA and other CCAs in developing advocacy strategies that impact CCAs; working with internal teams, such as Power Resources, to ensure SVCE is meeting its compliance obligations; attending workshops, hearings and other public forums which discuss policy issues that impact SVCE; supporting the development of written reports and oral presentations for community training and workshops, legislative and professional groups, the Board of Directors, and SVCE staff; managing consultants and contractors.
Qualifications and Experience
A Bachelor’s degree in business or public administration, operations management, economics or closely related field, or other degrees with
demonstrable and commensurate work experience that is directly relevant for this position. A Master’s Degree in the aforementioned fields can substitute for up to one year of the required experience, a Doctoral Degree up to three years.
Eight (8) years of progressively responsible experience as an analyst at an electric utility, regulatory agency, cleantech company, or similar organization with emphasis on electrification of the built environment, mobility, or
grid integration, or a closely related field. Excellent communication skills are also required.
The salary range for the position is $120,952 - $190,067 annually, depending on qualifications and depth of experience.
SVCE currently plans to have all employees work remotely through September 2021 and is evaluating the option of implementing a hybrid remote-working model thereafter.
To Be Considered
Please find the required SVCE Application Form and additional information along with submittal instructions at:https://www.svcleanenergy.org/jobs/
Applications due by end of day, Friday, May 21, 2021
Additional Salary Information: SVCE offers an attractive benefits package including individual, family and domestic partners health insurance; monthly fitness benefit; defined- contribution retirement and employer matching contributions; health reimbursement account stipend; a flexible spending account stipend; and paid vacation.