Regulatory Analyst - Rates
The British Columbia Utilities Commission (BCUC) is an independent regulatory agency of the Provincial Government that operates under and administers the Utilities Commission Act. The Commission’s primary responsibility is the regulation of British Columbia’s natural gas, electricity, and thermal utilities. We also regulate intra-provincial pipelines and universal compulsory automobile insurance.
Reporting to the Director of Rates, the Regulatory Analyst is an exciting career opportunity for a self-motivated individual in search of challenging and rewarding work in an increasingly complex regulatory environment. This position requires creative and critical thinking, strategic problem solving, ability to bring new ideas forward, and able to apply solid analytical skills.
The ideal candidate will have an MBA, CFA, or CPA designation with 7+ years of business, regulatory, or industry experience. You are responsive and reliable, understand the balance between efficient and effective data gathering. You are flexible in working independently and collaboratively with other professional colleagues and you have the ability to manage diverse portfolio of projects with varying degrees of complexity.
The candidate will have proven abilities to critically analyze, debate and present complex issues, and be responsible for providing technical and financial analysis to all audiences, as established through outstanding written verbal and written communication skills.
Based out of downtown Vancouver BCUC offers a healthy work life balance coupled with a challenging and engaging environment; interesting and meaningful work and an opportunity for continual learning.