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Persons working in this job class will receive direct supervision from the Managing Director of Power Procurement and work across the organization with Sonoma Clean Power (SCP) staff in some or all functions related to power supply planning, compliance reporting, data requests, and settlements. This individual will collect, assemble, analyze, and interpret data from manual and automated information systems and related programs. This position will track and validate complex California Independent System Operator (CAISO) multi-settlement invoices, power services energy and capacity invoices, and prepare related reports to management. The individual in this position will serve as the primary contact between SCP and our Scheduling Coordinator. Coordination between SCP operations and our outside accounting firm will be critical. This position will be required to work independently and prepare data and reports for management.
Qualified candidates must be enthusiastic, well organized, work collaboratively and effectively as a member of a front office team in a fast-paced environment, think critically, multi-task, possess a keen attention to detail, love to crunch numbers, and have strong written and oral communication skills.
The individual in this position will work closely with Sonoma Clean Power Regulatory and Compliance, Planning and Analytics, and Power Procurement staff, as well as legal counsel. Responsibilities include leading the accurate and timely submittal of compliance filings, contributing to risk oversight practices, and assisting in regulatory planning.
To manage compliance filings, the Principal Compliance Analyst will serve as project manager, tracking issues as they arise and providing guidance as necessary. By doing so, the incumbent will develop significant subject matter expertise in compliance obligations, with a focus on facilitating the submission of regulatory filings to the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), the California Energy Commission (CEC), the California Independent System Operation (CAISO), and California Air Resources board (CARB).
Qualified candidates must be well organized, work collaboratively and effectively as a member of a team, can think critically, possess a keen attention to detail, and have strong written and oral communication skills. Ideal candidates will be able to navigate cross-functional teams. Candidates will be expected to work independently and seek feedback as needed.