Daymark Energy Advisors is seeking an Power Systems Analyst to join the firm’s market analytics team.
If you have a passion for the energy industry, want to help clients make decisions on the path toward decarbonization, and are a high performer with a history of academic and professional excellence and achievement, you’ll find Daymark Energy Advisors offers a challenging and rewarding environment in which to further your career. We cultivate an inclusive and affirming environment that supports professional growth and rewards entrepreneurial risk taking.
The position will be located in our Worcester, MA office.
Daymark is adhering to a flexible work arrangement policy to work with each employee on what is best for them.
Supporting the firm’s market analytics and consulting activities
Researching electric and natural gas market data
Maintaining energy market databases
Building and using power systems, electric and gas infrastructure planning, and price forecasting models
Analyzing loads and resources
Researching utility tariffs and regulatory filings
Provide general support for consulting and marketing operations
Proficiency in power systems analysis tools including PowerWorld, TARA, PSS/E or PSLF
Strong understanding of electrical engineering concepts including but not limited to reliability, load flow, stability, short circuit, voltage regulation, transients, power factor
Highly quantitative, with the ability to do thorough analysis with quality, integrity, and objectivity
Team-oriented problem solver with a ‘can do’ attitude
Strong Excel skills, with an ability to understand and build models that use features such as arithmetic and index/match formulas, if/then logic, pivot tables, macros, etc.
Experience with Python or R is desirable
Strong English and communication skills, both orally and in writing, to engage with clients
The ability to manage multiple tasks in a time-sensitive environment
Open to putting in the work needed to ensure successful completion of client engagements
Willing to gain the specialized functional skills and industry knowledge needed to be successful
Master’s degree or higher in Electrical Engineering with power system specialization and coursework