Manager - Risk Consulting
The Manager will be responsible for delivering and managing on-going risk engagements, while also contributing to new order intake and business development, for US power utilities, end users, energy marketing and trading companies and other market participants. Responsibilities Provide a range of risk management consulting services to power/energy clients for all operating and market facing operations for generation, transmission and distribution assets and systems. Provide risk program assessment, design and development services to help clients meet their business objectives.Develop staffing plans for short, mid and long term risk projects. Create project budgets and margins, and manage engagements within these parameters. Manage project teams of senior consultants, consultants and analysts. Simulate recommended risk management strategies with rigor in both stochastic and deterministic frameworks; bring a best practice perspective to clients' risk management programs.Contribute to the growth strategy for the Risk Practice. This includes the evolution of offerings to keep them best in class as well as the development and introduction of new consulting products.Contribute to the business development and sales process, including through identification of new leads. Work with power/energy/environmental market experts to develop a view of future market conditions relating to client portfolios, and develop Risk management solutions appropriately. Exercise thought leadership to guide the research and development of emerging issues and solutions impacting risk management in the power and energy industry. Publish thought leadership. Requirements 10+ years of consulting experience in the power/energy industryIn-depth knowledge of Risk ManagementStrong quantitative background, by education and/or professional experienceExperience with Matlab and/or SQL coding and applications a plusTrack record of successful project management, preferably for energy/power industry clientsMBA or Masters in Business, Economics or Technical Discipline preferredRelevant engineering and operations research at the BS or MS level also a plusAbility to provide strong technical leadership and oversight for a wide range of economic and statistical analyses in the energy fieldDetailed knowledge of electric power, natural gas, environmental markets, generation, transmission, distribution and energy demandStrong expertise in US energy/power market analysis and a detailed understanding of the analytical tools and software used in the industryStrong consulting skills, including excellent written, oral, analytical, and presentation skills requiredIdentifies issues and problems, secures relevant information, considers alternative courses of action and makes good business decisionsSpencer Ogden is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.