The Commodity Pricing & Data Analyst is primarily responsible for providing pricing, analytical support and general research for Power related transactions. In addition, the Commodity Pricing & Data Analyst is also responsible for administering retail deal addenda and contracts within the organization to ensure deal characteristics are positively identified/captured accordingly.
• Data Management & Pricing
o Perform data preparation, load analysis, and investigate data issues for new and existing customers.
o Prepare pricing for basic retail structures such as load following and block products for new and existing customers.
o Communicate executable and indicative pricing for Sales timely and accurately.
o Expert functional user of Intelometry/InRetail system.
• Process Flow/Deal Lifecycle
o Responsible for timely and accurate completion of Retail Deal tickets and Risk Summaries for retail deal capture and risk reporting of transaction.
o Work with Enrollments to ensure customer meters are correctly identified and enrolled pursuant to contract terms and ensure all workflow related items are completed.
o Working understanding of Billing and Settlements processes
o Work with Analytics team as directed to resolve issues for existing customers who need to be restructured (i.e., re-priced) as a result of poor swing performance.
o Perform testing for new and existing product configurations in InRetail as directed and report testing results back to Commodity Structuring Lead.
• Product Knowledge
o Become an expert in functional product knowledge (i.e., NES product suite, pricing components and settlement capability) and be able to articulate NES product characteristics to Sales.
o Respond to inquiries from Back Office in a timely manner to ensure accurate customer settlement.
o Provide basic ad-hoc analysis and reporting as needed (e.g., look-back analysis)
• Regulatory, ISO, and Market Knowledge
o Gain and maintain an understanding of regional regulatory framework at State and ISO level to determine how these variables will impact retail product pricing and contractual risk to NES.
o Perform savings/tariff analysis.
• Basic understanding of financial and physical energy trading markets, particularly electricity markets is required.
• Experience in (Ercot, PJM, ISO-NE, NYISO, CAISO and Western Physical Markets) is preferred.
• Ability to manage multiple assignments and meet deadlines on a timely basis with a high degree of accuracy.
• Effective communication skills both written and oral.
• Excellent computer skills with an emphasis on Excel, Word, Outlook, Sharepoint, and other internal systems.
• Basic understanding of Electricity and Natural Gas fundamentals preferred.
• Math, Business, Finance, Engineering degree preferred.
Reasonable accommodations may be provided by Noble Americas Energy Solutions to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions, as defined per Company policy.
Calpine requires an individual who is newly hired into this position to be vaccinated for COVID-19 within the first 28 days of employment – if not already vaccinated prior to starting employment. If you have any concerns regarding compliance with this requirement, you will need to discuss your concerns with Calpine’s HR department after a decision has been made about whether or not to make you a conditional offer of employment. Calpine does not require applicants to discuss vaccination status prior to receipt of a conditional offer of employment and complies with all applicable laws requiring reasonable accommodation.