Commission For Regulation Of Utilities
Tallaght, Dublin 24
The Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU) is Ireland's independent energy and water regulator. The work of the CRU impacts every Irish home and business ensuring safe, secure and sustainable energy and water supplies for the benefit of all customers. Ireland’s ambitions for renewable energy deployment in Ireland necessitate a step-change in the pace of policy decision-making and delivery of actions and statutory duties by the CRU. The CRU is leading significant programmes of work in the areas of Security of Energy Supply, the Climate Action Plan 2021 and the Clean Energy Package. New work areas include the development of regulatory frameworks for offshore wind; hydrogen; district heating; and, critically, engaging active customers and communities. If you want to be part of a progressive and dynamic organisation, driving change and protecting the public interest in key areas of the Irish economy and society, we are the organisation for you. We are seeking high achieving graduates to join the CRU to gain experience, and play a role, in the future of the energy and water sectors in Ireland. Exciting opportunities are available in the following areas: Security of Supply and Wholesale Markets. Networks and Economic Regulation. Customer Policy and Protection (incl. Legal) Energy Safety. Decarbonisation. Operations and Organisational Development. Role Description. Reporting to a manager, the graduate analyst will be involved in a varied role working to tight deadlines in a dynamic environment. The role would typically include activities such as: • Assisting with researching energy policy issues and identification of energy and water market data/trends; • Assisting with spreadsheet analysis and arrangement of energy/water data, and financial modelling, for example to estimate the wholesale price of electricity; • Assisting with monitoring industry with respect to their safety obligations, including shadowing on safety audits and inspection and inputting into enforcement actions; • Drafting agendas and minutes and making short presentations; • Working as a member of a team, but also on specific project teams as required; • Engaging with internal and external stakeholders in order to further CRU objectives; • Maintaining an awareness of best practice both within the energy and water industries and related sectors both in Ireland and internationally; and. • Developing a good working knowledge of the CRU, its teams and Divisions. For full job description and details on how to apply: https://www.cru.ie/document_group/recruitment-and-consultancy/ Closing date: 15th July 2022 Please note that this advertisement is being hosted by the Public Appointments Service on publicjobs.ie. The Public Appointments Service has no involvement in, or responsibility for, the recruitment and selection process or the terms and conditions which relate to this post.
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