Requisition ID # 120161
Job Category : Business Operations / Strategy
Job Level : Individual Contributor
Business Unit: Customer Care
Clean Energy Transportation (CET) leads a ~$0.5B portfolio of transportation electrification programs to increase the adoption of clean vehicles in California. Our team helps California meet its clean transportation goals and works to address one of the largest contributors to climate change. We do this by focusing on safety and quality, investing in our team’s success, solving problems, and striving to be better, working as an integrated team, and building trusted relationships.
Our values are: we collaborate, we’re intellectually curious, and we act with a sense of urgency. Since 2017, we have served 150+ customers with 4,800+ EV charging stations, provided EV rebates to 155,000 customers, and enrolled 75,000 customers in our EV rates.
We are looking to collaborate with passionate, thoughtful people who want to make a real impact. Come join our team and help drive the transition to clean energy transportation.
The Clean Energy Transportation team is looking for a seasoned Business Analyst (Senior) to provide operational and financial tracking and oversight of our Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) program portfolio, ensuring that these meet program goals and regulatory compliance obligations. The successful candidate will work closely with the LCFS Program Lead to prepare quarterly and annual LCFS reports, compile and track program data, and execute administrative projects in support of the program portfolio.
The CET team is seeking a data driven and inquisitive Business Analyst to undertake specific project work that may include:
- Analyze program progress, report on key program successes and opportunities both internally and externally, and provide strategic and tactical insights
- Track program spend against regulatory approved budgets and work with program managers to develop annual forecasts
- Develop and improve program processes, data tracking tools, and dashboards to aid in reporting
- Respond to data requests from CPUC and other regulatory entities
- Bachelor’s degree in Business, Engineering, Mathematics, Environmental Studies, Economics, or related discipline
- Minimum of 4 years’ related work experience
- Excellent communication skills are required – i.e. the ability to communicate clearly, concisely, and effectively both orally and in written documents
- Demonstrated ability to present findings, make recommendations and influence decisions while working with staff supporting various functions
- Strong analytic skills and the ability to grasp and solve complex problems
- Demonstrated ability to manage multiple assignments simultaneously, prioritize and deliver quality results on time
- Knowledge of relevant federal, state, and local regulations and laws - for example CARB, CEC, and CPUC - as needed to perform at the job level
- Ability to work independently in a fast-paced, multi-stakeholder environment
- Subject matter expertise in one or more high-impact areas within Clean Transportation
- Detail oriented with excellent organization, prioritization, and time management skills
- Dedication to delivering the highest quality of work