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Energy Analyst

Energy Analyst

The Energy Analyst provides comprehensive support to Clients, Procurement Managers, Risk & Trading, Sales, Accounts Team and the wider international business. Support and advice will cover energy procurement services, budgets, non-energy charges, risk management, all additional renewable energy products by supplying product information, market analysis, pricing evaluation, and contract management.  They are experts on all deregulated energy markets, independently providing these services for clients throughout Europe and beyond.

The Role:

  • Work independently to provide energy procurement consulting services to European based clients and the wider ENGIE Impact Teams; including, but not limited to:  supply contract negotiation, contract management market assessment, risk management, strategy development, product management, develop risk management strategies, plans and policies.
  • Administer the mechanics of the energy supply contracts, check site lists and suppliers’ energy prices, support the bill checking team and report to clients on exposure, saving, cost variances, update all relevant databases etc.
  • Monitor and analyse European natural gas and electricity markets for non-energy, tax and levy charges impacting budgets
  • Create, set, report and maintain budgets for clients
  • Focus and delivery on sustainability solutions for clients, such as Power Purchase Agreements, both virtual and physical
  • Create, set and maintain a detailed European repository for non-energy costs
  • Create and maintain a thorough knowledge and understanding of all European regulatory energy markets
  • Interact with relevant IT and systems administrators to ensure validation projects and products are furnished with accurate and up to date information
  • Understand the clients (pricing, demand, budgeting), create and support optimal products and services
  • Play an active role in obtaining credit information from clients and resolving any issues.

The Individual:

  • Degree level - Economics, Finance, Maths, Business or engineering.
  • Minimum 3 years Utility experience
  • Experience in a client facing role working directly with customers/suppliers
  • Advanced MS Excel and Word skill level required.  Ability to create macros and programming within excel highly desired.
  • Advanced presentation development and delivery skills.
  • Skill in analysing and interpreting utility, tariff, and wholesale market data.     
  • Ability to handle deadlines and high stress situations on a periodic basis.
  • Possess an awareness of the wider implications of non–delivery