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Statistical Analyst

Job Description ENERGY FOR WHAT'S AHEAD Are you looking to make a difference in your career? We're working on smarter grids, cleaner energy and tools to help people manage energy more efficiently.   Position Overview: The successful candidate will use existing methodologies and SAS programs to extract and analyze customer load and billing data to produce various reports and statistical analyses to support corporate pricing, customer service, and forecasting functions, as well as regulatory proceedings. The successful candidate will provide written summaries of statistical data analyses; will design, select, and maintain load research samples as required for load research projects; will enhance existing programs or develop new ones, for the storage, retrieval and analysis of load data using computer languages such as SAS.   The successful candidate will assist other divisions and departments on load research and analytics matters; will review regulations, reports, and publications, and will attend seminars and meetings to acquire and maintain knowledge of state-of-the-art load research and analytics applications, projects, and methodologies. The successful candidate will perform other responsibilities and duties as assigned, and will maintain a safety conscious work environment by following Edison safety protocols and safe work practices.   Typical Responsibilities: Respond to requests for analyses involving load data, billing, and demographic information. Produce accurate and timely daily load profiles for Large Commercial & Industrial customers' rate groups for use in SCE's daily settlement with CAISO. Provide analytical support related to the SCE General Rate Case (GRC) phase 2 filing including distribution marginal cost using circuit load. Provide analytical support related to regulatory proceedings such as Demand Response, Net Energy Metering (solar customers) and Electric Vehicles by preparing appropriate and timely analysis and write ups. Prepare data requests responses in regulatory proceedings. Produce accurate Dynamic Load Profiles for Residential and Small commercial rate groups on a daily basis for posting on SCE website for internal and external users. Provide summary statistics and load profiles by market segments for use in California Energy Commission's Title 20 Data Collection Plan. Provide support to management and other members of the group in ad hoc projects. Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: Experience with statistical, regression and/or econometrics analysis. Bachelor's Degree in Economics, Statistics, Mathematics, Business, Engineering, or related field of study. Three years of experience in, or related to the field analysis. Experience utilizing statistical packages such as SAS, SPSS, Eview, and TSP. Experience in retrieving, organizing, and managing large databases. Experience with PC applications, including Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint. Desired Qualifications: Master's Degree in economics, statistics, mathematics, business, engineering, or equivalent combination of education and work experience in a related field.  Experience with sampling theory. Experience in planning, organizing, and managing multiple assignments and tasks concurrently, under time constraints while maintaining attention to detail and producing high quality work with minimal supervision. Experience communicating to stakeholders both verbally and in writing Experience in analyzing load data and/or billing data. Experience in testimony writing. SAS programming certification.  Comments Candidates for this position must be legally authorized to work directly as employees for any employer in the United States without visa sponsorship. Relocation may apply to this position Job ID: 71023708
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Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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