JOIN THE CLEAN ENERGY REVOLUTION
Become an Electric System Planning and Environmental Strategy Analyst at Southern California Edison (SCE) and shape our clean energy future. You’ll provide modeling and analytical support for projects, forecast, and initiatives that help shape SCE’s corporate strategy and long-term system and resource plans, and power procurement. The work will primarily focus on quantitative and fundamental modeling and analyses that support grid planning for decarbonization, policy decisions, resource portfolios, and energy market activities. Work will also focus on modeling development and support in the face of uncertainty driven by exogenous market factors and system updates, like climate change and emerging technologies.
This support will influence corporate planning, integrated resource planning, power procurement, energy policy, legal proceedings, and future investment strategies. As an Analyst, your work will establish an electric system to integrate clean energy, reduce carbon emissions and create cleaner environment for everyone. Are you ready to take on the challenge to help us build the future?
A day in the life – Get ready to think big, work smart and shine bright!
- Utilize grid simulation models to forecast system operations and prices, and grid planning simulation tools to develop resource portfolios under various future scenarios; Evaluate the impacts of those portfolios on energy pricing, GHG emissions, and other system and market dynamics.
- Perform quantitative analyses of energy markets and prices, evaluating the cost-effectiveness and viability of new energy resources (i.e. renewables, energy storage, distributed energy resource, electric vehicles etc.) to support SCE’s strategy initiatives and power procurement activities.
- Provide analytical support for SCE’s strategic planning process and projects including performing economic, market sizing and cost-benefit analyses.
- Develop analytical models and methods for a variety of applications, including evaluating energy policies, regulations, climate change impacts, and new business models.
- Present to department and division management, section supervision, colleagues, and other interested parties.
- Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Engineering, Economics, Environmental Science, Finance, Mathematics, Statistics, Sciences, or other quantitative related fields.
- Experience conducting quantitative analyses.
- Ability to work within a highly collaborative environment.
- Experience with electric systems.
- Proficiency in MS office applications, including Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.
- Experience with statistical modeling tools such as R, Python or SAS.
- Experience with energy/electric system analysis, or in other applicable fields of analysis.
- Knowledge of electricity markets, GHG policies and markets, and related regulatory requirements that govern SCE’s participation in them.
- Strong interpersonal and influencing skills.
- Problem-solving skills, analytical skills and commitment to continuous learning.
- Written, verbal, and presentation communications skills.
- Ability to follow Edison safety protocols and safe work practices.
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- Relocation is available for this position.
The people at SCE don’t just keep the lights on. Our mission is so much bigger. We’re fueling the kind of innovation that’s changing an entire industry, and quite possibly the planet. Join us and create a future with cleaner energy, while providing our customers with the safety and reliability they demand. At SCE, you’ll have a chance to grow personally and professionally, making a real impact in Southern California and around the world.
At SCE, we celebrate our differences. We are a proud Equal Opportunity Employer and will not discriminate based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, protected veteran status or any other protected status.
We are committed to ensuring that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform essential job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment.