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Utility Regulator

  • Queens House,
  • 14 Queen Street,
  • Belfast,
  • Co. Antrim,
  • BT1 6ED

Phone: +44 (0) 28 9031 1575  Fax: +44 (0) 28 9031 1740

Regulation Analyst – Retail

Location: Belfast

Salary: As per scale

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  • Added
    1 week ago
  • Closing Date
    2nd Jun 2017
ARRP/17B

Job Summary

Employer
Utility Regulator
Job Location
Belfast
Salary
As per scale
Closing Date
2nd June 2017
Employment Type
Contract
Sector
Insight & Analytics   Public Sector  
Job Role(s)
Analyst
Insight Analyst
Minimum Experience
See Job Description
Qualifications
Not Disclosed
Employer Type
Company
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Utility Regulator

About the job

Regulation Analyst – Retail (ARRP/17B)

Salary Range: £37,378 – £46,723 p.a. plus excellent benefits in a welcoming, family-friendly working environment.

Closing Date: 1pm on Friday 2 June 2017

1x 2 year Fixed Term post and 1x 1 year Fixed Term post

Working within the Retail and Consumer Protection directorate, you will provide written and numerical analysis and policy advice relating to the regulation of the energy retail sector (both electricity and gas).

You will work across a variety of functions within a team-based environment and contribute to the delivery of Utility Regulator aims and objectives by analysing and advising on issues relating to the regulation of the energy retail sector. These roles are well suited to persons with strong quantitative and qualitative analytical skills paired with excellent interpersonal skills. Any experience in the regulated energy sector and/or in utility regulation will also be valuable.

Essential Criteria:

1. A minimum of three years experience which demonstrates your ability to analyse complex financial information from a wide variety of sources using spreadsheets and/or other modelling tools to include:
a) challenging assumptions contained within the financial information;
b) gaining an understanding of the business or organisational model being analysed;
c) converting your analysis results into reports that provide recommendations and/or advice to senior management on commercial/business or policy objectives; and
d) subsequently using your analysis to implement any policy or commercial goals.

2. A minimum of two years experience proving your ability to analyse written and /or qualitative information from a wide variety of sources in a complex environment to include:
a) challenging assumptions contained within the written/qualitative information;
b) converting your analysis results into reports that provide recommendations and/or advice to senior management on commercial/business or policy objectives; and
c) subsequently using your analysis to implement any policy or commercial goals.

3. Evidence of significant experience which demonstrates collaborative working with third party organisations providing the data to ensure optimal outcomes, high quality analysis and understanding of the data.

4. Evidence of significant experience that demonstrates excellent organisational and project management skills, including a proven track record of working to tight deadlines with a high degree of individual responsibility.

5. Evidence of significant experience which demonstrates excellent team working, interpersonal communication skills and ability to develop and maintain effective stakeholder relationships in a challenging environment.

Interviews are expected to take place week commencing Monday 19 June 2017 in Queens House, Belfast.

Further information on the Utility Regulator can be found on http://www.uregni.gov.uk

The Guide for Applicants, Application Form and Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form can be found VIA CLICKING THE APPLY FOR THIS JOB BUTTON

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Utility Regulator

  • Queens House,
  • 14 Queen Street,
  • Belfast,
  • Co. Antrim,
  • BT1 6ED

Phone: +44 (0) 28 9031 1575  Fax: +44 (0) 28 9031 1740

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Regulation Analyst – Retail

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