Under the general direction of City Utilities’ Legal/Regulatory Counsel, assists with providing internal expertise, advice, and strategy regarding state and federal policy and regulatory efforts relating to electricity generation and transmission, natural gas distribution, distributed energy generation and regional transmission organizations (RTOs). Assists in providing coordination between CU’s key industry counterparts and legal counsel to respond to, affect and adapt to evolving state and federal rulemakings, RTO rules and policies, and industry structural changes. Attends and effectively participates in and influences committee meetings, including but not limited to those of the Southwest Power Pool (SPP), North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC), American Public Power Association (APPA), Missouri Public Utilities Alliance (MPUA), Southwestern Power Resources Association (SPRA), and other special interest groups relating to electricity generation and transmission, natural gas distribution, and RTOs.
Education and Experience:
Bachelor’s degree in engineering, data science, business or related discipline from an accredited college or university is required. An advanced degree in engineering, data science, business, or related discipline is preferred. Four or more years’ recent progressively responsible utility experience. Experience in one or more of the following areas is preferred: electric utility, regulatory advocacy, RTOs, distributed energy generation, electricity transmission planning, market analysis, or financial analysis.