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Job Summary:

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.

Job Responsibilities: 

• 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.

Job Requirements:

• 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.

Vaccine Information:

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.