Senior Regulatory Case Manager

The successful candidate may also be asked to perform case management functions on other topics such as infrastructure undergrounding. The successful candidate might also have to assist in submitting several annual filings required by a variety of CPUC decisions.   Typical responsibilities: Leads regulatory case management functions. Prepares or help prepare testimony, comments, or position statements, ensuring the company's position is reflected accurately. Develops persuasive arguments and filings submitted to regulatory agencies to advocate SCE's position. Represents SCE in proceedings with various regulatory agencies, other utilities, regional & national industry organizations, interveners, customers, and other departments and/or parties. Leads cross-functional teams to identify and address strategic issues associated with regulatory proceedings.  Coordinates the development of company's positions, processes, and strategies with internal stakeholders. Interacts with internal and external parties to advance SCE's positions. Maintains thorough knowledge of regulations, rules, and procedures. Coordinates with Subject Matter Experts (SME) to develop recommended positions and propose changes to draft regulations and legislation. Monitors progress, communicates status, and elevates issues as necessary. Communicates with all levels of the organizations, including management, regarding relevant regulations and legislation. Manages cross-functional teams to complete discovery, respond to data requests, and meet deadlines for regulatory filings. Identifies tasks required to complete regulatory requirements. Interprets regulatory requirements and provides technical support, oversight and guidance to the business to ensure compliance. Conceives the framework for quantitative analysis and research in support of company's positions. Identifies, develops, and applies appropriate quantitative models. Help coordinate witness preparation process for hearings. Reports on regulatory activities to Regulatory Affairs management team. Supports the regulatory activities of the organizational unit(s) assigned. Qualifications   Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in relevant field such as Engineering, Business, Public Policy, Environmental Policy, or related degree. Ten years of experience in project management and/or working on projects and/or cross-functional coordination Experience in persuasive and/or regulatory writing Desired Qualifications: Master's degree or Law degree Five or more years of project management or case management experience in a regulated environment or industry Experience in the energy industry Strong oral and written communication experience and skills. Strong organizational skills with high level of initiative and ability to effectively interface, collaborate, and partner with stakeholders, senior management, clients and team members to help drive solutions and ensure stakeholder buy-in. Experience as a leader to set priorities, achieve desired actions and outcomes through negotiation and influence. Proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project, and Visio. Comments: The work location for this position is Rosemead, CA. Frequent travel may be required to regulatory proceedings related events as needed. Relocation may apply to this position Candidates for this position must be legally authorized to work directly as employees for any employer in the United States without visa sponsorship. Candidates for this position may be asked to perform a case study and/or a written exercise during the interview process. 71023372
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Minimum Qualification
8 - 10 years

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