Senior Revenue Requirements Analyst
Requisition ID # 155474
Job Category: Accounting / Finance
Job Level: Individual Contributor
Business Unit: Finance
Work Type: Hybrid
Job Location: Oakland
The Revenue Requirements and Cost Recovery department is an integral part of PG&E’s Finance organization. We play a pivotal role in financial analysis, financial modeling, and cost recovery. Our vision is to provide value-added financial insights and regulatory expertise to PG&E and our customers. Our team prepares forecasts, regulatory proposals, and testimony for timely recovery of approximately $20 billion in costs annually across multiple regulatory jurisdictions. We take pride in enabling informed decision making for our partners across PG&E through robust financial modeling and strategic analysis. Our team is also in the unique position to interface with CPUC and FERC staff, and other external stakeholders.
We are passionate about creating a team culture with rewarding work experiences. We build and maintain trusted relationships in an exciting and fast-paced environment.
We are seeking a highly motivated, capable Senior Analyst to work in our Expense Recovery group. This is an excellent opportunity to highlight your analytical skills and work in a cross-functional environment where you can contribute and be recognized. The Senior Analyst should have strong analytical skills and be detail oriented and self-directed. He or she should have excellent oral and written communication skills including the ability to present information in a clear and persuasive manner. The candidate is expected to develop critical analysis, validate forecast assumptions and recorded expenses, contribute to cost recovery proposals, and participate in process improvement initiatives.
The position is hybrid working from your remote office and in-person in the Oakland General office based on business need.
PG&E is providing the salary range that the company in good faith believes it might pay for this position at the time of the job posting. This compensation range is specific to the locality of the job. The actual salary paid to an individual will be based on multiple factors, including, but not limited to, specific skills, education, licenses or certifications, experience, market value, geographic location, and internal equity. Although we estimate the successful candidate hired into this role will be placed between the entry point and the middle of the range, the decision will be made on a case-by-case basis related to these factors. This job is also eligible to participate in PG&E’s discretionary incentive compensation programs.
A reasonable salary range is:
Bay Area Minimum: $102,000
Bay Area Maximum: $152,000
⦁ Develop financial analytics and recommendations related to expense forecast and recovery for regulatory proceedings by collaborating with PG&E functional areas.
⦁ Analyze spending profiles and cost categories to understand how various costs and trends impact financial results and future cost of service.
⦁ Review and analyze third party testimony, regulatory proposals, pleadings, agreements, and decisions; participate in development of strategies to rebut testimony, help design of new proposals and performance of analyses for submittal in regulatory proceedings.
⦁ Serve as witness, witness assistant or subject matter expert for moderately complex cost recovery issues, including developing compelling testimony, workpapers, and discovery responses.
⦁ Produce impactful analysis to support critical workstreams including settlement negotiations, workshops, and external requests.
⦁ Create and own financial control files and regulatory adjustments that support regulatory filings and revenue requirement calculations.
⦁ Implement, analyze, and develop the General Rate Case expense regulatory values in accordance with the CPUC decisions.
⦁ Provide analytical support to key regulatory compliance filings.
⦁ Develop and provide training to business partners.
⦁ Develop effective presentation materials for leadership to make decisions or bring awareness to key issues.
⦁ Develop and document processes, guidelines, standards, and models. Drive continuous improvement projects that include partnering with peers on process efficiencies and controls.
⦁ BS/BA degree in Business, Economics, Accounting, Engineering or related discipline or equivalent related experience.
⦁ 4 years of related experience.
⦁ Strong Excel, Word, and PowerPoint skills.
⦁ Strong knowledge of GAAP, SEC, and FERC requirements.
⦁ MS / MBA degree in Business, Finance, Economics, or related discipline or equivalent related experience.
⦁ Good understanding of PG&E’s business model to perform cost of service forecasting and analysis for rate case filings and management decision support.
⦁ Good knowledge of the case management procedures and process
⦁ Good understanding of Utility ratemaking.
⦁ Strong verbal and written communication skills.
⦁ Excellent presentation skills to effectively convey key messages to audiences and public forums.