Direct Energy is one of North America's largest retail providers of electricity, natural gas, and home and business energy-related services with over four million customers. Direct Energy gives customers choice, simplicity, and innovation where energy, data, and technology meet. A subsidiary of Centrica plc (LSE: CNA), an international energy and services company, Direct Energy, its subsidiaries and/or affiliates, operate in 50 U.S. states plus the District of Columbia and eight provinces in Canada.
The Regulatory Applications Manager is responsible for the delivery of all required regulatory applications for the DE regulated business filed with the Alberta Utilities Commission (AUC), including the non-energy and energy applications. As the non-energy and energy applications are the key driver of revenue for the DE Regulated business, this role is responsible for ensuring the timely delivery, accuracy and high quality of the DE Regulated applications filed with the AUC.
▪ Responsible for assisting with the development and delivery of the regulatory applications strategy set by the Director, Applications & Regulatory Strategy as it relates to the non-energy and energy applications (Energy Price Setting Plans).
▪ Responsible for all aspects of the development of regulatory applications for the DE Regulated business filed with the AUC including research, drafting, compiling data and analysis, editing, and filing as well as additional procedural steps including responding to information requests, developing compliance filings and drafting argument.
▪ Responsible for the coordination of supporting evidence from internal subject matter experts, external experts and legal support associated with the non-energy and energy applications including close monitoring of proceedings related to other retailers and distributors.
▪ Responsible for the engagement of external experts in support of DERS' non-energy and energy applications including developing budgets, managing day-to-day activities, reviewing and editing evidence, and developing plans for witness preparation.
▪ Responsible for the development of DERS' intervention strategy related to AUC proceedings associated with other regulated retailers or distributors.
▪ Demonstrated competency with developing regulatory applications or other regulatory proceedings in Alberta or Canada (preference given to AUC proceedings).
▪ Demonstrated excellent writing skills, particularly associated with regulatory communications (applications, supporting evidence, interrogatories, correspondence, argument)
▪ Strong knowledge of procedural steps and rules associated with AUC or other regulatory proceedings ▪ Demonstrated knowledge of the energy market and regulated retailer structure in Alberta
▪ Bachelor degree in Business, Engineering, Arts, Science or other related field
▪ Masters degree an asset