This position is responsible for analyzing routine to complex financial and economic information and issues pertaining to electric and natural gas utilities under the general direction of the Director of Regulatory Affairs. Responsibilities include: analyzing electric and natural gas utility financial information; establishing rates of return and capital structures for electric and natural gas utilities; analyzing utility stock and bond issuances; analyzing the financial effects of affiliated interest agreements and mergers and acquisitions; creating and/or maintaining utility financial models; reviewing utility gas supply plans; analyzing long-range economic forecasts for the electric and natural gas industries; and leading or participating in special projects or studies. The work performed by this position involves analyzing complex financial information that requires critical thinking and the exercise of independent judgment. Projects may require working both independently or collaboratively as part of a multi-disciplinary team. This position provides technical assistance on financial and economic matters to the Director of Regulatory Affairs and participates on internal and external working groups examining regulatory financial and economic matters. This position requires independent performance in technical and highly complex matters affecting overall utility regulation and requires a high level of independent decision making.
Strong written and verbal communication skills are required. Experience in utility affairs and a strong working knowledge of Wisconsin's public and private electric and natural gas industry, including its regulatory framework, are preferred.
Qualified applicants will have experience with all the following:
In addition to having all the above, well qualified applicants will have experience with one or more of the following:
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