Managing Consultant, Guidehouse Inc., Washington, DC. Consult with clients to manage the day-to-day client relationships for domestic and global wholesale power market projects including energy, transmission and capacity. Perform advanced research and analysis in energy markets and technology trends, the macro economic factors influencing those markets over a 30 year time horizon, simulating future scenarios in those markets and perform sensitivities for key contributing factors, and develop forecasts (zonal/nodal). Take the lead in performing energy modeling and forecasting for decades long time horizons. Collect, manipulate and analyze data. Conduct fact-finding, research and analysis, develop analytical models, trends for integrated resource planning & reference case projects. Perform locational marginal pricing (LMP) and production cost simulations using security constrained commitment and dispatch software. Model, analyze, and develop assessments for power markets using stochastic analysis, manage asset valuation, production cost, capacity prices and expansion models, perform transaction due diligence. Program and design these models and conduct competitive market analysis to focus on renewable and emerging electric production technologies. Coordinate project management (scheduling, client updates, budget) and ensuring cost-effectiveness testing at the program and portfolio level on energy projects. Make presentations to senior management within a customer environment & at industry conferences. Technical environment: MS Suite, Excel, Aurora, PROMOD, EPM Simulation model software, C#, Visual Basic, Python.
40 hrs/week, Mon-Fri, 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Master’s degree or foreign equivalent degree in Engineering, Operations Research, Technology Management or other quantitative field, and 2 years of related work experience in the job offered or as a researcher or consultant. In the alternative, the employer will accept a bachelor’s degree or foreign equivalent in Engineering, Operations Research, Technology Management or other quantitative field plus 5 years of experience in the job offered or as a researcher or consultant.
Must have any experience in the following: Client-facing role in wholesale power markets (domestic & global) including energy, transmission and capacity developing analytical energy models, analyzing energy data, trends; Working on integrated resource planning & reference case projects using macroeconomic factors influencing markets over 30 year period, developing 20/30 year forecasts (zonal/nodal), simulating future scenarios using EPM & perform sensitivities for key contributing factors, production cost, capacity prices & expansion models; LMP and production cost simulations using security constrained commitment; Model, analyze, and develop assessments for power markets using stochastic analysis; Perform transaction due diligence for power plants using Aurora; Presenting to senior management and clients.
Please apply to: Barbara Homme, Guidehouse Inc., 150 North Riverside Plaza, Suite 2100, Chicago, IL 60606. Please reference Job-ID: DC0005.