Advance the governing processes through the establishment of a three to five year corporate planning process. Actively manage the MISO corporate planning process, systems and monitor FERC regulations regarding ISO budgeting. Engage the governance structure within MISO ensuring its integration with the planning process. Develop new processes and systems to plan both financial and skill requirements are understood and will support the company’s strategic (long-term) corporate plans.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
- Conduct research and analysis on various objectives and critical issues, new concepts and policy matters.
- Make decisions and recommendations affecting the approach, scheduling, and completion of corporate and divisional projects.
- Facilitate company-wide governance activities as assigned.
- Develop collaborative approaches to effectuate measurable maturity improvements relative to corporate strategies.
- Assume responsibility for developing, implementing, and completing highly complex projects crossing organizational boundaries.
- Act as a project leader and directs the work of others.
- Make decisions which may impact the direction and strategy of the department or function.
- Examine highly complex data from multiple sources crossing departmental boundaries in which results are not predictable.
- Utilize multiple advanced analytical techniques such as critical, creative, conceptual and intuitive thinking to analyze moderately high risk situations, generate multiple options and approaches while considering how the solution may change or impact the organization.
- Apply analysis to identify trends and predict future issues to effectively implements courses of action.
- Compliance with all processes, procedures, and standards applicable to the position including (but not limited to): SSAE16 (Statement on Standards for Attestation Engagements No. 16), CIP (Critical Infrastructure Protection), Change Management, Tariff (Open Access Transmission, Energy and Operating Reserve Markets Tariff), FERC (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission), NERC (North American Electric Reliability Corporation), U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and NAESB (North American Energy Standards Board).
- Bachelor’s Degree Business Administration, Finance or related technical field required.
- Eight years financial or operational planning required
- Three years project team or project management
- Budgeting and forecasting preferred
- Utility industry preferred
- Business and financial planning
- General accounting practices and principles
- Project Management practices and principles
- Electric utility industry accounting practices preferred
- Oracle Financials and/or Hyperion Planning software preferred
- Principles, practices, and administration
- Microsoft Office Suite
- Commitment to customer service excellence
- Excellent communication and listening skills
- Utilize company policies appropriately
- Foster teamwork and collaboration
- Analytical and strategic thinking
- Project management theory and practice
- Perform detailed quantitative analysis
- Integrate highly complex data from multiple sources across the organization.
- Apply and adapt practices and techniques to a variety of projects
- Establish and maintain effective relationships with employees and the general public
- Present facts and recommendations effectively in verbal and written form
- Time Management
- Multitask, meet deadlines and adapt to changing and evolving work environment priorities and demands in a fast paced environment
- Continuous Learning
- Customer Focus
- Value Focused
- Work Ethic
Midwest ISO - 17 months ago