The Asset Management group is focused on protecting and enhancing the value of assets while maintaining compliance with contractual commitments, market rules, environmental regulations, and applicable permits, laws, and ordinances.
Asset Managers work closely with a wide range of internal departments that perform the day-to-day operation and financial optimization of the assets, including Field Operations & Maintenance, Energy Management, Generation Control Systems, the National Control Center, Origination, Engineering, Permitting, Development and Construction.
Asset Managers also interface heavily with support groups such as Accounting, Settlements, Risk Management, Legal, and Credit.
Asset Managers ensure that each asset’s financial interests, capabilities, and commitments are factored into decision making by internal and external stakeholders.
A typical Asset Manager will have responsibility for 7 to 10 assets, typically concentrated in 1 or 2 transmission regions.
Analyzing asset financial performance to identify economic drivers and financial exposures.
This includes providing selected inputs in the annual budgeting process.
Managing communication with counterparties with respect to compliance requirements stated in contracts or proposed contract amendments.
Ensuring contractual compliance with lease agreements, environmental directives, and RTO/ISO requirements are being fulfilled in a timely and accurate manner.
Providing oversight and performance feedback into the day-to-day commercial operation of their asset portfolio as it relates to operational performance, merchant and transmission exposure management, market integration programs, compliance activities, and operational cost management.
Analyzing revenue impacts and pursuing financial recovery opportunities associated with outages, turbine warranty agreements, and capital improvements.
Coordinating activities related to the commercial operation declaration for sites under construction, including test energy, substantial completion milestones, and coordination of internal infrastructure.
Contributing information and support for various activities related to assets in operation, including new commercial transactions, operational enhancement initiatives, merger and acquisition activity, legal issues, or significant market rule changes in regional transmission organizations.
Bachelor’s degree or the equivalent combination of education and experience.
3+ years of successful U.S. energy industry experience in any of the following areas or in other similar and applicable areas: Asset Management, Development, Origination, Construction, Operations, Energy Management, Risk, Accounting or Finance. The company may consider a candidate with less experience at a lower level.
Strong interpersonal skills, including the ability to establish effective working relationships and articulate issues and subject matter to process owners while being a team player.
Strong ability to review and analyze financial and technical data.
Excellent project management skills coupled with organization, flexibility, and strong attention to detail.
Demonstrated ability to manage conflicting deadlines and prioritize competing initiatives.
Strong proficiency with Excel; proficiency with Word and Outlook.
Preference may be given to candidates with the following:
Experience working with wind, solar or thermal power plants.
All offers of employment are contingent upon the successful completion of a background and reference check, drug screen, verification of legal right to work in the U.S., and in some cases, a credit check. A credit check will be administered when a prospective employee will be working in Finance, Accounting, Treasury or where duties may involve handling of funds, accounts or cash. A Motor Vehicle (MVR) check will be administered when a prospective employee will be regularly using a company vehicle. Iberdrola Renewables is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Iberdrola - 2 years ago
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