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8 months ago
Location: Glasgow
Job type: Permanent
Sector: IT
Category: Electricity T&D Jobs
Business Analyst (Regulatory Reporting and Compliance)

Location: Glasgow or Perth

Salary: £27,000 - £40,500 depending on skills and experience + bonus

Permanent – Full Time Hours

Our Role

We operate in a closely regulated market, and as such, our commitments to regulatory licenses and bodies such as Ofgem are of vital importance. We are looking for a Business Analyst to join our team with the primary responsibility of establishing, monitoring and delivering processes to ensure our continued compliance in a number of key reporting areas. In this role, you’ll develop an understanding of Transmission’s licence obligations, and become a subject matter expert in the information and data reporting requirements. Importantly you will work with all team across the business to ensure the collation, review, assurance and timely submission of key regulatory reports.

Key Skills and Experience

To ensure you get the most from your role, and our level of service is held at the highest standard, we ask that you have previous experience in a Business Analysis role, ideally within the Utilities Sector. A qualification in a relevant field to a min. NVQ5 level would be great, although equivalent experience is also suitable. You will ideally hold knowledge of the utilities industry, and you should possess an ability to learn about new markets and processes quickly, yet accurately.

You’ll be an inquisitive individual, with a very keen eye for detail; you’ll be working with large volumes of complex data, hence the need for excellent IT skills, namely Excel and PowerPoint. Experience of carrying our rigorous and thorough research is also key, and you’ll have strength in utilising multiple data sources to form plans and opinions. In addition, you’ll be comfortable taking licence requirements and obligations and developing clear and easy to understand plans which will be used by various stakeholders. Communication will be a key strength of yours, along with an excellent ability to manage your time and projects in an efficient manner.

Our Company

Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) forms part of the FTSE-50 energy company, SSE plc. SSEN owns electricity distribution and transmission networks carrying electricity to over 3.7 million homes and businesses across the north of Scotland and Central Southern England. Our skilled teams are based right across the regions we serve, from the bustle of West London to the smallest villages in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland.

Scottish Hydro Electric Transmission plc owns and maintains the 132kV, 275kV and 400kV electricity transmission network in our licence area in the north of Scotland. Our network comprises of underground cables, overhead wooden poles, steel towers and electricity substations, and it extends over a quarter of the UK land mass across some of its most challenging terrain. We take the electricity generated from various sources, and transport it to areas of demand around our towns and cities.

Our Benefits

For us it's not just about being good at what you do - it's about enjoying what you do, too. So, we'll encourage and empower you to be imaginative, share your great ideas, and do work that you can be proud of. In return, you'll enjoy a variety of benefits and development opportunities. On top of a competitive salary, you'll enjoy generous holiday entitlement, a Group Pension Plan, share options and discounts on energy bills, phone and broadband.

Next Steps

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Closing date for applications is: Monday 24th September 2018

This vacancy is open to internal and external candidates. If you’re internal, please notify your line manager before you submit your application. If you’re successful, we’ll conduct some pre-employment checks.

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