Based in Dublin, the successful candidate will –
• Calculate the connection charges to be levied on customers for connection to the transmission system.
• Use internal technical reports and published transmission connection charging policy as a basis for calculating these charges.
• Assist in the development of transmission connection charging policy, working with the team lead to run public consultations on transmission connection charging policy and preparing final recommendations for Commission for Regulation of Utilities approval.
• Produce very high quality work, be a strong team player with excellent verbal and written communication skills and have strong analytical skills.
• Engineering, economics or business third level qualification with a minimum of 2-3 years recent relevant experience.
• Very strong analysis and problem solving skills.
• High level of attention to detail and pride in one’s own work.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills including report writing.
• Good interpersonal skills and strong work ethic.
• High degree of proficiency in MS Excel.
• Demonstrated ability to work as part of a team, while also being able to define and guide work under minimal supervision.
• Knowledge of the major components of transmission system assets and their function.
• Previous experience working within a regulated environment.
• Experience working in a commercial role in the electricity industry.
• Experience representing an organisation externally.
For more information about the role contact Nichola on 01-670488 or send a copy of your CV to email@example.com