ICF Energy Analyst in St. Louis, Missouri
Location: Missouri (remote)
Ready to make a difference?
Are you an experienced Energy Analyst with a track record of successful multi-project execution, budget management, data analytics and reporting? Do you possess strong communication skills, enjoy interacting with clients and community stakeholders, and have experience with or working knowledge of Energy Efficiency programs? Do you enjoy working with a team of highly-skilled, multi-disciplinary, and passionate team members, collaborating with national subject matter experts, and bringing it all together to deliver results for your clients? If so, then you have found the perfect job
Come join our team as an Energy Analyst to support our growing portfolio of work with utilities in the Midwest. You will be responsible for developing and delivering a holistic strategy to focus on the coordination of analytics, reporting, research, organization, and process efficiency between multiple large portfolios, leveraging regional staff based on fluctuating workloads, and developing best practices for programmatic functions such as project reviews, performance tracking, client deliverables, and project startup activities. Working closely with our Program Manager, our Mid-Central Region Lead, and local implementation teams, you’ll focus on bringing energy efficiency and bill savings to all customers, providing safer, more energy-efficient homes, and ensuring grid stability.
Why you will love working here:
Quality of life: Flexible workplace arrangements, work-life balance, employee wellbeing programs
Investment of the community: Donation matching, volunteer opportunities
Investment in you: Education Reimbursement, Retirement Planning, 401k matching, Mentorship Programs, Free access to professional development resources such LinkedIn Learning
Any many, many more *Ask your recruiter for more details!
What you will be doing:
Coordination of regular program-level deliverables (weekly reports, forecasting, etc.), working with project managers to add qualitative information and portfolio lead for final quality review
Supporting internal and external team meetings by prepping and pulling quantitative data, coordinating with project managers on qualitative inputs, coordinating with portfolio lead on agenda, hosting meeting, and documenting action items
Initiating program-level incentive invoices, reviewing data points with project manager, and submittal for client approval. Coordination with rebate processing team to ensure all incentives are processed
Generating accurate and polished deliverables for all regulatory filings, reports, and presentations. Coordinate with portfolio manager for final inputs and approvals
Maintaining and updating shared files, resources and program documents to ensure all program staff has access to latest versions of materials
Coordination with program managers to develop and maintain portfolio-level performance forecasts and trend analysis
Tracking of contractual Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and coordinating with portfolio manager on any necessary corrective action plans
Coordination with IT team for prioritization of requests and projects
Maintaining business workflow documents
Manage operations for the implementation of client portfolios (residential and commercial/industrial programs), responsible for the following tasks:
Ensuring that the programs are performing as expected, and explain forecasted variances
Collaborating with program managers to ensure all activities related to quality program delivery is executed
Presenting performance metrics to internal and external stakeholders
What we need you to have (minimum qualifications):
2+ years of experience working in successful energy efficiency or demand response programs; or consulting projects for utilities, state energy offices, state/local governments, and/or regional non-profits or related work experience
- 6+ years of experience working in successful energy efficiency or demand response programs; or consulting projects for utilities, state energy offices, state/local governments, and/or regional non-profits or related work experience
What we would like you to have:
Ability to communicate effectively, written and verbally, with clients and colleagues at all levels.
Advanced proficiency in Business Applications (such as Google, MS Office, Visualizations, Data Analytics)
Advanced analytical skills and experience with Power BI (or similar data visualization tool)
Experience with advanced Microsoft data software such as SharePoint Lists and Power Automate .
Knowledge of the utility and energy efficiency, demand response, and distributed energy resource programs and markets
Certifications related to operational excellence (PMP, Six Sigma, etc.) and/or industry-specific certificates (LEED, BPI, RESNET, etc.)
Professional affiliations including, but not limited to: AESP, ACEEE, or AEE
Sounds business ethics, including the protection of proprietary and confidential information
Experience working with Low-Income Communities and/or Agencies or other relevant volunteer experience serving on boards or other organizations dedicated to the advancement of clean energy, energy efficiency, and under-served communities.
Working at ICF
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Pay Range - There are multiple factors that are considered in determining final pay for a position, including, but not limited to, relevant work experience, skills, certifications and competencies that align to the specified role, geographic location, education and certifications as well as contract provisions regarding labor categories that are specific to the position. The pay range for this position is:
$51,949.00 - $88,314.00
Missouri Remote Office (MO99)