Do you have a strong background in regulatory economics? Are you experienced in strategy development and have worked in a regulated sector? A well-established utilities company is looking to recruit a new addition into their team in the way of an Economic Regulation Manager; this role will be an integral part of a growing team within the business.
Economic Regulation Manager - What you'll do:
Lead on relevant regulatory policies and price control submissions Contribute expert economic input to company strategy development Develop and embed transitional operational performance regimes Influence and help shape strategy around industry developmentsEconomic Regulation Manager - What you'll need:
Degree in Economics or equivalent relevant qualification Experience working in a regulated industry (utilities or telecoms sector experience would be highly desirable) Experience influencing and presenting to stakeholders Proven ability to apply regulation and economics knowledge Start Date: ASAP
Salary: £50,000 to £60,000 + bonus + car allowance
This Economic Regulation Manager role would be best suited to someone with utilities sector experience that has a strong knowledge of both the regulatory and economic complexities of the utilities market.