The Team: The Gas, Power, and Climate Solutions (GPCS) group is an integral part of S&P Global Commodity Insights where various analysts work on power and renewables, clean technology, natural gas/LNG/hydrogen, climate and energy scenarios and energy transition issues.
The Impact: As key research and analytics lead in our Global Power and Renewables team in GPCS, this Associate Director will be a key research lead in guiding the research and analysis in the North American power market. You'll be part of a team that produces actionable, visual, and informative content in a fast-growing and relevant space.
Responsibilities: The Associate Director will primarily be responsible for the following:
Leading our North American power market policy research with a focus on new federal policies and legislations that will impact the power sector;
Generating original research and analysis on energy policies at the federal, state and local levels that impact electric power markets in areas such as power supply (conventional and renewables), demand, transmission and distribution, market design, permitting, environment, among others.
Quantifying the impact from rapidly changing policy landscape and reflecting it in our market fundamentals research and outlooks;
Interacting extensively with customers and other stakeholders to maintain our industry thought leadership, including leading client meetings, delivering presentations in industry events, and other virtual and in-person venues;
Collaborating with commercial, marketing, and product teams to effectively drive revenue growth for products associated with our power and renewables contents.
What We're Looking For: The successful candidate will have deep knowledge about US energy policies and extensive network in federal and state policymaking, with the ability to extract high-level insights from various policy announcements, market data and analytics, and modeling activities from the larger S&P Global team. The candidate must demonstrate the ability to work effectively and collaborate with diverse colleagues and customers, display highly effective verbal and written communication skills as well as interpersonal skills.
Bachelor's degree within relevant areas, e.g., economics, finance, business, or engineering.
Preference given to advanced degree holders.
Required Experience and Capabilities:
At least 10 years power and renewables experience gained through employment with a research institution, think tank, consultancy, power utility/generator, equipment and service provider, financial institution, or government entity;
Two or more years direct project development experience preferred, preferably with utility scale clean power projects;
Organizational skills including the ability to manage multiple tasks and deadlines;
Exceptionally strong writer and communicator, able to produce succinct reports and effectively present complex themes and insights to a variety of clients and audiences;
Highly motivated by and passionate about energy and climate issues;
Creativity and originality when it comes to research and content generation;
Ability to function efficiently in a matrix organization and establish informal internal relationships; and
An interest in new technologies and delivery platforms, including different ways in which contents can be disseminated effectively (e.g., social media).
Grade/Level (relevant for internal applicants only): 12
Compensation/Benefits Information (US Applicants Only):
S&P Global states that the anticipated base salary range for this position is $103,800 to $206,350. Base salary ranges may vary by geographic location.
In addition to base compensation, this role is eligible for an annual incentive plan.
This role is eligible to receive additional S&P Global benefits. For more information on the benefits we provide to our employees, visit https://www.spgbenefitessentials.com/newhires .
About Company Statement:
S&P Global delivers essential intelligence that powers decision making. We provide the world's leading organizations with the right data, connected technologies and expertise they need to move ahead. As part of our team, you'll help solve complex challenges that equip businesses, governments and individuals with the knowledge to adapt to a changing economic landscape.
S&P Global Commodity Insights enables organizations to create long-term, sustainable value with data and insights for a complete view on the global energy and commodities markets.
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