Tuesday 11 September 2018

Latest Jobs – Technology and Innovations Analyst – Utility People

Latest Jobs – Technology and Innovations Analyst – Utility People

Do you have experience in energy technology and innovations such as Energy Storage, Electric Vehicles and Microgrids?  If so, we are looking for a Technology and Innovations Analyst to develop Excel models to assess data and calculate technical or business case performance for low carbon projects. The Technology and Innovations Analyst will ideally have experience in low carbon technologies and be used to working with unfamiliar data sets and undertaking techno-economic assessments.  Ideally you will have a degree in engineering, mathematics, or other quantitative discipline, and strong report writing skills, able to present analysis and recommendations.  Apply today for this exciting Technology and Innovations Analyst!!

Job Responsibilities:

  • Contribute to distributed energy resources market segment analysis
  • Develop and maintain multi-criteria technology assessments
  • Contribute to technology and innovation project delivery from initiation through to closure
  • Analyse data sets and lead feasibility studies and business case assessments
  • Develop Excel models for assessing data, calculating technical or business case performance
  • Contribute to reqs, scope and analysis for low carbon innovation and technology projects
  • Present and document compelling cases and pitch ideas to senior management
  • Understand and articulate technical and commercial challenges
  • Develop project concepts, including stakeholder, commercial and regulatory considerations, which clearly states problem, solution, timeframe, and resource requirements
  • Represent the department within external clients and conferences

Experience Required:

  • Experience in energy storage, electric vehicles infrastructure and microgrids
  • Understand power systems, electricity markets, different distributed energy resources, industrial and commercial applications and the benefits of using smart grid technologies
  • Experience working with unfamiliar data sets and performing intelligent data cleansing
  • Experience in scripting, Analysing, manipulating and visualizing large data sets in Excel or other software packages such as R, SPSS and MATLAB
  • Experience or understanding in techno-economic assessments
  • Strong report writing skills and ability to produce clear and logical written communication
  • Strong interpersonal / communication skills to present analysis and recommendations
  • Practical experience in delivering network and ancillary services from distributed energy resources
  • Electricity and/or utility industry experience
  • Understanding and/or experience in using optimisation techniques and related software
  • Track record in project management or project management qualifications
  • Degree in engineering, mathematics, or other quantitative discipline
  • Chartered engineer or committed to working towards chartership

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Bruna Pinhoni

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