Energy Markets Specialist (EMS3)

Position Overview:
As an Energy Markets Specialistin Resource Optimization in the Trading and Market Operations group, you willutilize your analytical proficiency to implement bidding strategies for SCE'sresource portfolio in the California Independent System Operator (CAISO)market, integrate new resources into the market, and work collaboratively withcontract managers, generation operators, power and gas traders, real timeoperators, and forecasting groups to provide reliable short-term power planningfor customers.
Responsibilities Include:
Updating forecast and operational data and utilize simulation/optimization models to develop least-cost dispatch plans for SCE's generating resources and power contracts.
Assist in bidding strategy development, coordination, implementation, and after the fact analysis for a complex portfolio of resources including demand response, renewables, and thermal resources.
Lead cross-functional project teams to execute process improvement opportunities across the trade floor.
Present market analytics reports regularly to senior management.
Interface on behalf of SCE with external stakeholders (e.g. CAISO, CPUC, vendors)
Utilize after the fact analysis to enhance the planning process, strategies, tools and overall utilization of SCE's supply portfolio.
Maintain current models and develop new analytical models for the daily planning process
Analyze market trends in the energy and ancillary services markets.
Solve complex problems and perform analyses of new business situations through coordination with other Power Supply teams.
Maintain a safety-conscious work environment by following Edison safety protocols and safe work practices.
Perform other responsibilities and duties as assigned.

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