About the Role
Base Location: Perth or Glasgow but open to being based in another SSE Scotland location | We're proud to offer a Flexible First approach to work, and this role is no exception. We will, however need your base 'home' location to be one of our SSEN offices or depots around Scotland.
Salary: £37,600 - £56,400 + performance-related bonus + a range of other benefits to support your family, finances and wellbeing.
Working Pattern: Permanent | Full Time | Flexible First options available
It is a very exciting time to join SSEN Transmission as we play our critical role in creating a net-zero power system through investing in the right way in our transmission network. At SSEN Transmission we are building a network for net zero. We expect more than a threefold increase in generation from the current levels to 30GW by 2030 and more beyond that. At the same time, we will play our role in kick-starting the green recovery that seeks to build a more inclusive, stronger and resilient UK economy.
What is the Role?
The SSEN Transmission Regulation team has an excellent opportunity for an enthusiastic and motivated Senior Regulation Analyst. This position operates in an environment where changes to regulatory policy have a significant impact on network operations and drive the performance of the business.
Your primary responsibility in the role of Senior Regulation Analyst is to lead on preparing recommendations on regulatory policy. This will involve working closely with your SSEN Transmission colleagues to provide qualitative and quantitative evidence to inform our regulatory policy positions across a wide range of areas, identify and resolve regulatory issues, and provide guidance on regulatory submissions and business practices.
You will be at the forefront of helping implement our ambitious £9bn Accelerated Strategic Transmission Investment (ASTI) Plan and delivery of our £2bn+ RIIO-T2 Business Plan through the fast-changing energy environment, as we race to net zero. At the same time, you will help shape the next RIIO price control – RIIO-T3 which will commence in 2026. RIIO stands for “Revenue = Incentives + Innovation + Outputs” and is the framework applied by Ofgem, the industry regulator, to ensure monopoly networks like SSEN Transmission provide a safe and reliable network in a sustainable way at a fair price for consumers.
What do I need?
This role of Senior Regulation Analyst is a crucial role within our business and requires candidates with a background in a similar analytical/policy role within a corporate environment. You should have a demonstrable understanding of the energy industry and/or energy regulation gained from experience. We would expect at least 2-3 years relevant experience in a similar role at a regulator, regulated company or in consulting.
As a proven leader, you will be responsible for managing work in a cross functional projects team in a matrix environment whereby you will coach and develop other team members. As such, you will have positive influencing skills with the ability to find answers within a diverse engineering-focused organisation.
To be considered for this role, we would love you to have:
- A passion for the delivery of net zero targets and delivering outcomes in a sustainable way.
- Quantitative and qualitative analytical capability, crucially with ability to use this information to inform policy decisions.
- Rigorous and thorough approach in carrying out research and analysis, seeking multiple data sources and opinions, and from this establishing well-reasoned conclusions, proposals and recommendations.
- Ability to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements through an ability to interpret information, notice discrepancies/inconsistencies, determine their significance/risk, and advise on resolution.
- Ability to negotiate with key stakeholders to positively assist in a successful outcome for SSEN Transmission.
- Well-developed communication skills with the ability to present (written and verbal) to internal and external audiences on critical content, for example Ofgem consultations.
About our Business
SSEN Transmission owns and operates the electricity transmission network in the north of Scotland, transporting energy from where it is generated to where it is needed, providing a safe and reliable supply of electricity to the communities it serves. Home to some of the UK's greatest resources of renewable energy, SSEN Transmission is playing a critical role in the transition to a low carbon future, developing, building, maintaining and operating a network for net zero.
What's in it for you?
An excellent package with 34 days holiday entitlement, enhanced maternity/paternity leave, discounted healthcare, salary sacrifice car leasing and much more, view our full benefits package on our careers site.
As an equal opportunity employer we encourage diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. We actively encourage applicants from all protected characteristics and commit to providing any reasonable adjustments required during the application, assessment and upon joining SSE. Search for 'Inclusion & Diversity at SSE' to find out more.
All applications should be submitted online, and I'll be back in touch after the vacancy closing date to let you know the outcome.
If you would like to discuss any working differently requirements or adjustments you may require throughout the recruitment and selection process, please contact Iona on email@example.com / 01738 344049.
Before commencing employment with SSE, you'll be required to fully complete our pre-employment screening process consisting of a basic criminal records and credit check.
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