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Utility Rate Analyst

BTU Analytics, a FactSet company, is a team of curious, highly driven individuals who want to figure out the answers to the most complex questions in the energy industry.  Our business is to deliver critical, timely analysis of fundamental information to our client base of private equity, producers, midstream companies and end users through thoughtful products and customized analytics.  BTU Analytics innovates and analyzes what matters to the market now and in the future.  Team members are given the opportunity to explore the energy industry from the unique perspective of advising the most influential participants in the market.

Responsibilities:

A Utility Rate Analyst at BTU Analytics is responsible for developing and maintaining an analysis of utility rate filings for both gas and electric utilities.  A utility rate analyst is expected to review utility filings with public utility commissions for requested changes to the rate base and rates for service. As part of this review, the utility analyst will be responsible for capturing key metrics on utility rate filings including tracking docket numbers for the filings, authorized return on equity, capital structure, requested and approved rate base, and the changes in expected customer rates. The utility rate analyst will be responsible for monitoring public utility commissions for changes in regulatory policies and procedures that could impact the filing of utility rate cases for the states covered by the analyst.

 

 The knowledge base of our team grows from collaboration and shared experience, so regular, reliable attendance, a proactive nature and willingness to learn from others is a must.  You will need to work both independently and as part of a team under time pressure to meet deadlines with rigorous, timely analysis. The flexibility of our team is a key differentiator for BTU Analytics, so effective professional communication and maintaining healthy working relationships with co-workers as individual and team priorities shift is essential.  Our firm finds success when our clients are successful, so learning how our data and analysis is used by our clients is critical.  The right candidate will be comfortable with customer service in addition to all of the technical skills necessary to develop sound analysis of utility rate filings.

 

Required Skills:

  • Demonstrated detailed knowledge of the cost of service and revenue requirement procedures

  • Knowledge of the regulatory process, testimonial requirements and procedures for state commissions and FERC.

  • Attention to detail

  • A “client-first” mentality

  • Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously, working independently and as part of a team

  • Demonstrated knowledge of accounting, budgeting and financial forecasting procedures and systems

  • Proactive nature, willingness to learn, and taking ownership of tasks

  • Must be proficient at database and personal computer analytical and reporting tools

  • Proficient writing skills

 

Salary Range: $60,000-100,000 USD

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FactSet is an Equal Opportunity Employer – M/F/Veteran/Disability/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity

Utility Rate Analyst

BTU Analytics is a team of curious, highly driven individuals who want to figure out the answers to the most complex questions in the energy industry.  Our business is to deliver critical, timely analysis of fundamental information to our client base of private equity, producers, midstream companies, power developers, and end users through thoughtful products and customized analytics.  The company was born out of a desire to innovate and analyze what matters to the market now and in the future.  Team members at BTU Analytics are given the opportunity to explore the energy industry from the unique perspective of advising the most influential participants in the market.

Job Responsibilities

A Utility Rate Analyst at BTU Analytics is responsible for developing and maintaining an analysis of utility rate filings for both gas and electric utilities.  A utility rate analyst is expected to review utility filings with public utility commissions for requested changes to the rate base and rates for service. As part of this review, the utility analyst will be responsible for capturing key metrics on utility rate filings including tracking docket numbers for the filings, authorized return on equity, capital structure, requested and approved rate base, and the changes in expected customer rates. The utility rate analyst will be responsible for monitoring public utility commissions for changes in regulatory policies and procedures that could impact the filing of utility rate cases for the states covered by the analyst.

 The knowledge base of our team grows from collaboration and shared experience, so regular, reliable attendance, a proactive nature and willingness to learn from others is a must.  You will need to work both independently and as part of a team under time pressure to meet deadlines with rigorous, timely analysis. The flexibility of our team is a key differentiator for BTU Analytics, so effective professional communication and maintaining healthy working relationships with co-workers as individual and team priorities shift is essential.  Our firm finds success when our clients are successful, so learning how our data and analysis is used by our clients is critical.  The right candidate will be comfortable with customer service in addition to all of the technical skills necessary to develop sound analysis of utility rate filings.

Competencies Desired

  • Demonstrated detailed knowledge of the cost of service and revenue requirement procedures
  • Attention to Detail
  • A “client-first” mentality
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously, working independently and as part of a team
  • Demonstrated knowledge of accounting, budgeting and financial forecasting procedures and systems
  • Proactive nature, willingness to learn, and taking ownership of tasks
  • Must be proficient at database and personal computer analytical and reporting tools
  • Proficient writing skills

Qualifications

  • Bachelors Degree in Accounting, Business, Economics, Finance or related field
  • 2-5 years of previous experience in analyzing public utility rate case filings

Benefits

Salary Range: $55,000-100,000 USD

Benefits: Healthcare, Retirement, Short and Long Term Disability, Company Paid Time Off

To be considered, please email careers@btuanalytics.com with a cover letter and resume

Software Engineer

BTU Analytics, a FactSet company, is a team of curious, highly driven individuals who want to figure out the answers to the most complex questions in the energy industry.  Our business is to deliver critical, timely analysis of fundamental information to our client base of private equity, producers, midstream companies and end users through thoughtful products and customized analytics.  BTU Analytics innovates and analyzes what matters to the market now and in the future.  Team members are given the opportunity to explore the energy industry from the unique perspective of advising the most influential participants in the market.

 

Being a software engineer at FactSet is to shape the future of investments technology. Join the Deep Sector application team to help build our content collection pipeline to capitalize on automation and support human-assisted collection tools for the Deep Sector content set

 

We’re looking for hard-working and out-of-the-box thinkers from all software engineering disciplines to bring new perspective and fresh ideas to our team. Engineers are aligned with specific teams where they design and implement applications for integration within the FactSet product suite and deployment to investment professionals worldwide. 

 

Our engineers find the right balance between FactSet’s flexible environment where everyone can contribute individually, yet at the same time cultivate a community where they can depend on each other for help, learning, and development.

Responsibilities:

  • Demonstrate a thorough knowledge of data structures and algorithms, object-oriented programming, and software engineering principles.
  • Ensuring that deployed products are properly maintained throughout their lifecycle
  • Use Python, Angular or Vue and other related technologies to develop server-side solutions, such as APIs.
  • Must be able to write SQL queries
  • Participate in design and code reviews of multiple projects across teams
  • Position requires to participate in 24/7 on-call support on a rotation basis with the team
  • Should be quick leaner and open to learn new things

Required Skills:

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Strong technical, analytical, troubleshooting, and communication skills
  • Experience with Python
  • Experience building and deploying production level services
  • Keep up to date with any legislation

What You Can Expect When joining FactSet’s Engineering Community:

  • A comprehensive training program that begins on your first day with FactSet
  • Support from your manager and teammates
  • Open lines of communication that foster collaboration
  • Mentorship from tenured Engineers
  • Opportunity to build your FactSet network from day one through various events (virtually or in person)
  • An emphasis on continuous learning and professional development

Why Life is Better as a FactSetter

    • FactSet looks to foster a globally inclusive culture.  From leadership commitment, to employee led resource groups, FactSet has diversity, equity, and inclusion as a priority.  Read more about our priorities here: https://www.factset.com/company/diversity-equity-and-inclusion
    • FactSet believe giving back to our communities is part of our culture.  From volunteer opportunities to working with non-profit partners, you can read more about our commitments here: https://www.factset.com/company/corporate-responsibility
      • Secure your future with our discounted employee stock purchase program and 401K matching
      • 4 weeks paid time off your first year of employment
      • No or low cost medical, dental and vision care
      • Reimbursement for eligible expenses related to the CFA, CIPM, CAIA and FRM exams
      • Wellness programs including gym discounts and more
      • 16 weeks paid parental leave for the primary caregiver (4 weeks for secondary)
      • Employee referral bonuses
      • And more!

 

Salary Range: $85,000 – 90,000 USD

 

At FactSet, we celebrate diversity of thought, experience, and perspective. We are committed to disrupting bias and a transparent hiring process.  All qualified applicants will be considered for employment regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or veteran status. FactSet participates in E-Verify.


The contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor’s legal duty to furnish information.
 

FactSet is an Equal Opportunity Employer – M/F/Veteran/Disability/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity

Power Analyst - BTU

BTU Analytics is a team of curious, highly driven individuals who want to figure out the answers to the most complex questions in the energy industry.  Our business is to deliver critical analysis of fundamental information to our client base of private equity, producers, midstream companies and end users through thoughtful products and customized analysis.  The company was born out of a desire to innovate and analyze what matters to the market now and in the future.  Team members at BTU Analytics are given the opportunity to explore the energy industry from the unique perspective of advising the most influential participants in the market.

Job Responsibilities

Being a Power Analyst at BTU Analytics entails much more than just locating, arranging, and delivering energy data.  Analysts are expected to learn the mechanics of the energy market, identify and quantify the trends impacting the industry, and communicate effectively with our clients to tie our conclusions back to their own commercial decisions.  The ideal candidate will be comfortable with both customer service and all the technical skills necessary to develop sound analysis and research.

A BTU Analytics Power Analyst will be responsible for maintaining and growing BTU Analytics’ sector leading research on thermal and renewable generation assets in North America. This role requires keen attention to detail for sifting through dozens of data sources to identify key project parameters and connections to other sources of BTU Analytics’ data sets.

The knowledge base of our team grows from collaboration and shared experience, so regular, reliable attendance, and a willingness to learn is a key part of the role.  The flexibility of our team is a key differentiator for BTU Analytics, so effective professional communication and maintaining healthy working relationships with co-workers as individual and team priorities shift is essential.

Competencies Desired

  • Mathematical and statistical analysis experience
  • Strong Excel and PowerPoint skills
  • A “client-first” mentality
  • Team player
  • Experience working with large datasets
  • SQL experience
  • Modeling experience
  • Proactive nature
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Financial or economic knowledge/experience a plus

Qualifications

  • Bachelors Degree in Engineering, Mathematics, Statistics, Finance, Economics, Business, or related field of study

Benefits

Salary Range: $40,000-70,000 USD

Benefits: Healthcare, Retirement, Short and Long Term Disability, Company Paid Time Off

To be considered, please email careers@btuanalytics.com with a cover letter and resume

Oil & Gas Production Analyst

BTU Analytics, a FactSet company, is a team of curious, highly driven individuals who want to figure out the answers to the most complex questions in the energy industry.  Our business is to deliver critical, timely analysis of fundamental information to our client base of private equity, producers, midstream companies and end users through thoughtful products and customized analytics.  BTU Analytics innovates and analyzes what matters to the market now and in the future.  Team members are given the opportunity to explore the energy industry from the unique perspective of advising the most influential participants in the market.

Job Responsibilities

Being a Production Analyst entails much more than just locating, gathering, and analyzing oil and gas production data in a proficient and timely manner.  Analysts are expected to learn the mechanics of the energy market, understand and quantify the trends impacting the industry, and communicate effectively with our clients to tie our conclusions back to their own commercial decisions. 

 

Production Analysts typically manage or materially support one of BTU’s products in addition to providing support for bespoke consulting projects.  You will analyze large data sets, research market changes, and respond to client and internal inquiries on oil and gas production data sets. Production analysts are responsible for the maintenance and growth of BTU Analytics oil and gas production data sets including historical well performance tracking, well permitting, well drilling, and well completion data sets.

 

The knowledge base of our team grows from collaboration and shared experience, so regular, reliable attendance, a proactive nature, and willingness to learn from others is a must.  You will need to work both independently and as part of a team under time pressure to meet deadlines with rigorous, timely analysis.

 

The flexibility of our team is a key differentiator for BTU Analytics, so effective professional communication and maintaining healthy working relationships with co-workers as individual and team priorities shift is essential.  BTU Analytics finds success when our clients are successful, so learning how our data and analysis is used by our clients is critical.  The right candidate will be comfortable with customer service in addition to all of the technical skills necessary to develop sound fundamental analysis.

Requirements

  • Strong Excel and PowerPoint skills
  • Decline curve modeling experience
  • Ability to think critically in a high-pressured environment
  • Attention to detail
  • Comfortable speaking in front of groups
  • A “client-first” mentality
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously, working independently and as part of a team
  • Experience working with large datasets
  • SQL and/or python experience a plus
  • Oil and gas well production modeling experience
  • Experience with state reporting agency websites and data sources for oil and gas
  • Proactive nature, willingness to learn, and ownership of tasks
  • Financial or economic knowledge/experience a plus
  • Proficient writing skills

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Petroleum Engineering, Reservoir Engineering, Mineral Economics, Geology or related field of study
  • 0-8 years of previous experience in an energy related field

Salary Range: $60,000-90,000 USD

Benefits: Healthcare, Retirement, Short and Long Term Disability, Company Paid Time Off

FactSet is an Equal Opportunity Employer – M/F/Veteran/Disability/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity

Please apply at FactSet Careers

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