Regulatory Analyst

Interconnector Limited operates a bi-directional natural gas pipeline and terminals linking the UK and continental European gas markets. The Interconnector offers a unique commercial service and can import and export large volumes of gas providing flexibility to customers.

We are seeking a Regulatory Analyst to join our team in London, to support the Regulatory Affairs Manager in taking forward Interconnector’s regulatory agenda, with a particular focus on the European and GB Network Code/legislative developments and their impact on Interconnector’s business.

Understanding, anticipating and where possible shaping these regulatory requirements is key for the continued success of the company.

Key responsibilities/accountabilities

  • Monitor and analyse EU, GB and Belgian regulatory initiatives, in particular Network Codes and other legislative changes. Prepare briefing material and draft consultation responses. Take lead responsibility in selected areas.
  • Maintain up-to date knowledge of Interconnector’s commercial and regulatory model, and its competitive environment.
  • Analyse issues and develop appropriate public material on Interconnector proposals.
  • Brief key internal Interconnector staff on regulatory issues, present options for implementation and help achieve compliance.
  • Support the commercial team in the development of new services, review their regulatory compliance and the drafting of their terms and condition.
  • Together with the Regulatory Affairs Manager, maintain the company’s relationship with the various regulatory and governmental authorities; confidently represent Interconnector at stakeholder meetings and industry forums.
  • Provide general support to the Managing Director and Regulatory Affairs Manager and other members of the Commercial and Regulation team.

Knowledge, Qualifications, and Experience

  • A degree preferably in Engineering, Economics, Law or a related subject
  • First experience in the energy industry (gas industry preferred) ideally with some regulatory exposure
  • Good analytical and numeracy skills – able to review, analyse and report on the information of varying complexity
  • Able to communicate effectively with people inside and outside of the organisation at all levels, including excellent drafting skills and verbal presentation skills
  • Excellent standard of computer literacy
  • Able to undertake European travel
  • Regulatory knowledge and interest in the energy sector
  • Critical thinking, attention to detail
  • Keen on engaging with internal and external stakeholders and partners
  • Self-motivated and able to work independently as well as in a team

Key Competencies Required

Impact - Make a credible and confident impression on others and interact in a way that considers and respects the opinions of others while also standing up for own ideas.

  • Speak and interact in a way that considers and respects the opinions of others while also standing up for own ideas.

Building relationships - Identify and initiate working relationships, develop and maintain them in a way that is of mutual benefit to both parties:

  • Contribute to effective collaboration.

Broad Thinking - Look beyond one’s own domain and place business issues in their broader context:

  • Look beyond one’s own role and understand how it fits within the larger organisation.

Agility - Smoothly deal with change, embrace it and adjust behaviour and approach to varying and unclear situations:

  • Adapt one’s own behaviour to changes in the work environment.

Ownership of results - Take responsibility to address issues, seize opportunities, build performance and act proactively to best contribute to company success.

  • Take initiative to achieve targets.

Leading - Get others excited about the company’s ambitions and provide direction and support to achieve bold results:

  • Behave like a company ambassador.

Open Mindedness - Be open to new realities, to others’ ideas and individual differences, and to one’s own need to change.


How to apply

For further information, including a full job description and competency profile/person specification and/or to formally apply, please email your CV, covering letter and salary expectations to the HR Department at quoting the job title as a reference.

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