analyst will be required to analyze, review and prepare research, studies and
information related to rates, revenues, tariff schedules, service, load and
customer data, regulatory filings and/or presentations for management,
regulatory and government agencies.
DESCRIPTION OF ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
NorthWestern Energy employees are required to adhere to company safety
all actions are consistent with NorthWestern Energy’s values, mission, and
strategic business objectives
in the development and processing of filings made by the Company with the
Montana Public Service Commission and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
in the development, analysis and review of information and studies related to
rates, revenues, tariff schedules, service, and customer data. This includes associated regulatory interactions
pertaining to regulatory filings and other matters.
basic personal computer applications (Microsoft® Excel, Word, PowerPoint, etc.)
to develop reports and models to aid in expediting research work products,
provide data control and improve the accuracy, reliability and deliverability
of end products.
all activities are accomplished in accordance with prescribed project schedules
and deadlines, applicable laws, rules, regulations and codes, and Company
policies within approved budgets and using sound research and analytical
closely with other areas within the Company to gather information for timely
and quality completion of projects and to ensure revenues and expenses are
various reports as requested by management.
the company at public and government agency meetings, including testifying
before the Montana Public Service Commission and various Montana legislative
and maintain credible and professional relationships with various state
agencies and their staffs.
federal and state laws and government regulations affecting the operation of
policies and procedures to ensure that the organization is operating in
compliance with regulations and those regulatory reporting requirements are
and resolve problems and respond to questions from internal sources and
government regulatory agencies.
and remain apprised of prevailing revenue requirements related rate case
practices; advances in research methods; related laws, rules, regulations and
the receipt of required data from other divisions and departments of
NorthWestern Energy as required.
be able to demonstrate a good safety record
possess strong interpersonal communication and relationship building skills
degree (in Mathematics, accounting, engineering or economics) required, or
equivalent of education and experience combined.
analytical capabilities and a good working knowledge of Microsoft Excel and
Word are required.
expertise in interpreting and understanding federal and state environmental
policy and regulations is required
to work independently and effectively in a team environment
oral and written communication and presentation skills
experience or ability to apply sound principles, theories and concepts to
revenue requirements research projects and studies
become proficient with NorthWestern Energy’s policies and procedures, revenue
requirement processes, tariffs and related regulatory rules/laws.
When considering applicants for this
position, the selection process will take into consideration the needs of
NorthWestern, including such factors as reorganization requirements, diversity
opportunities, relocation requirements, employee development and job
succession. If any of the preceding
language conflicts with the applicable bargaining unit agreements, the
bargaining unit agreement will prevail.
NorthWestern Energy - 19 months ago
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