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DCUSA Senior Analyst – Governance Services

London or Nottingham or Remote

Up to £55,000

Permanent

Full Time

Background

We have two positions open which can be located either in our Central London or Central Nottingham office or can be remote based. This role is a full-time, permanent position with an annual salary up to £55,000 DOE, including 10% variable bonus and an excellent benefits package. We will also afford extensive remote working if the role is attached to our London or Nottingham office. Who is ElectraLink? ElectraLink is a growing company that loves technology and operates at the heart of the UK energy market by managing a central network for energy market participants to communicate, providing empowering insight into the challenges and opportunities facing the industry. Why people join our team? We have remote working capabilities that allow for a healthy work-life balance. Our benefits package includes health, flexible pension, holiday trading, as well as extensive career development, training and more. We maintain an open communication from top to bottom and have lots of opportunities to hear ideas and make things work better.

Job Summary

The ElectraLink Governance Services DCUSA team are embarking on the exciting journey of transforming the DCUSA team skill sets to be ready for the requirements expected of a Code Manager under the BEIS/Ofgem Energy Codes Review. As part of this journey, we are ready to appoint two additional Senior Analysts (Change Leads) to strengthen our current service offering and invest for the future development of DCUSA services.  These opportunities will suit both experienced industry personnel simply looking for a new challenge but also those less experienced who are looking to progress and develop their careers.

  • This is a key role in the DCUSA team within the Governance Services department and an excellent opportunity to develop a wide range of skills and expand your knowledge of the energy industry.
  • The successful candidate will work on the many facets of the overall DCUSA service and be exposed to key industry parties and bodies.
  • Primary focus is on supporting the end-to-end DCUSA change process. We anticipate the role will evolve as part of the BEIS/Ofgem Energy Codes Review to be more proactive in the future i.e., you will be expected to proactively engage with industry parties to understand the issues and develop the solutions for implementation.
  • Due to the nature of the role, you should be prepared to work in a fast-paced environment, to handle multiple tasks, and have the ability to meet tight deadlines and associated KPIs.
  • In terms of meeting and workshop management it is anticipated that you will mainly act as Chair, however it is critical that you are also able to fully undertake the role of the expected of the technical secretariat as this will also be required as part of your role from time to time.

Responsibilities

  • Chairing Working Group meetings and other committees as required.
  • Organising meetings and forums with industry participants and preparing meeting documentation (e.g. agendas, papers and minutes).
  • Technical Secretariat and support to industry committees.
  • Progressing Change Proposals in accordance with agreed procedures and service levels, and preparing clear & accurate reports.
  • Providing updates to ensure that the progress and status of Change Proposals and committees are effectively communicated internally and externally.
  • Co-ordinating consultations to seek industry views on change proposals.
  • Supporting projects both internally and on behalf of our clients.
  • Effectively engaging key stakeholders and developing productive working relationships, promoting the organisation and delivering business benefits.
  • Responding to customer helpdesk queries and providing advice and guidance.
  • Documentation and maintenance of internal working procedures.
  • Identifying and implementing areas for improvement.
  • Presenting and supplying training to stakeholders.
  • Develop understanding to be acknowledged as subject matter expert by both customers and industry.

Skills & Knowledge

  • Undergraduate degree or equivalent.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Highly organised and the ability to manage conflicting priorities effectively.
  • Good interpersonal skills – able to work as part of a team and on own initiative.
  • Attention to detail and focus on the accuracy of work and procedures.
  • Confident expressing views and providing advice and guidance to clients.
  • Experience producing documents at various levels of formality and complexity.
  • Proficient MS Office skills.
  • Experience in drafting meeting minutes.

It is desirable for you to have:

  • Knowledge and understanding of the UK Energy sector.
  • Experience in chairing meetings and/or workshops.

How to Apply

Please apply to this position by utilising the “Apply Now” link below. You will be able to apply via email attaching your CV and any other documents you feel might strengthen your application.

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