Chugach Electric
  • 22-Apr-2022 to Until Filled (AKST)
  • Regulatory and External Affairs
  • Anchorage, AK, USA
  • 67208-98329 DOE
  • Salary
  • Full Time

Comprehensive NRECA benefits


The Economic/Financial Regulatory Analyst performs complex economic analysis in support of regulatory, business development, sales, and strategic planning initiatives. Position is responsible for the development of economic research, reports and presentations to internal and external parties concerning the electric utility industry and corporate operations. This position provides data driven analysis to support critical decision making. The ability to simplify complex scenarios into key takeaways is essential, as is the ability to breakdown and explain specific details of the analysis.

Essential Functions

Provides key support for regulatory functions and related activities, including regulatory filings, compliance filings and reports, discovery requests, and other related work to support regulatory proceedings for both electric and natural gas business activities.

Provides clear, informative, and well supported financial and economic analysis to support company/department objectives, including strategic planning, development of alternative rate designs, and pricing options.

Provides key support in the preparation of reports and presentations used to convey information to Executive team and Board members.

Performs complex economic and financial analysis, including proforma, net present value, discounted cash flow and forecast modeling.

Updates, maintains, and develops complex models to support regulatory filings, corporate analysis requirements, and strategic planning and analysis. Ensures data integrity by building cross-checks between published information, records and reports. Resolves inconsistencies among data sources.

Provides key support in the preparation of the annual sales and revenue forecast. Performs analysis of historical and projected trends and compiles analytical outputs to include scenarios that examine market, seasonal, and other impacts.

Provides key support in the preparation of cost of service, fuel filings, revenue requirement determinations, and related analysis to assist the Association in obtaining sufficient revenues to meet operational needs consistent with generally accepted utility practices.

Provides financial and statistical analysis on information derived from accounting system, billing system, and other data systems.

Prepares and analyzes data used for revenue requirement analyses, embedded and marginal cost‑of‑service studies and rate design.

Prepares accurate and timely reports to support corporate objectives.

Performs other duties as assigned.


Must have advanced knowledge of economic and financial analysis methods and the ability to evaluate results and prepare reports to support strategic decision-making.

Strong organizational skills, high level of accuracy and attention to details are essential.

Must have strong analytical skills and the ability to organize analytical results into concise and informative reports.

Must have advanced skills in the use of excel spreadsheet software.

Must be able to maintain a high level of confidentiality, be self-motivated and able to work independently with little supervision.

Must be able to perform both routine and non-routine tasks in a fast-paced office environment.

Must be able to interact effectively with the public, management, and other employees. Must have strong interpersonal skills to include ability to coordinate with other support staff and the ability to interact competently with all areas of management, the public and other companies.

Must have the ability to exercise good judgement in a variety of situations.

Must have ability to identify sensitive or confidential information and abide by confidentiality requirements.

Must have the ability to communicate clearly, orally and in writing.

Must have the ability to switch quickly between tasks. Must be able to perform duties under deadline pressure. Must be able to multi-task.

Must have the ability to prioritize routine assignments from Department staff and recognize when to seek assistance from supervisor.

Minimum Qualifications and Experience


A Bachelor degree in economics, finance, or related discipline.


One (1) to three (3) years work experience in economics, finance, or related field. Must have knowledge and experience using financial, economic, and statistical analysis tools to produce meaningful and useful information. Must have the ability to analyze and solve non‑routine economic, financial, and pricing problems. Must have advanced skills using Microsoft Excel.

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