Senior Analyst, Regulatory Affairs

OEC - Oakville
Oakville, Ontario

Last Day to Apply: March 19, 2023

OEC serves the infrastructure, energy, renewable generation, electricity, telecommunications, and gas distribution sectors.  With over 2,000 employees, we provide insightful and reliable energy and infrastructure turnkey solutions to clients across Canada and beyond.  From planning, engineering, and design, to construction, GIS application services, asset inspection, field services, renewable generation, and geo-exchange and more, we work alongside our client to create and achieve value.  Visit our website at for additional information.

Successful OEC employees:

  • Are customer-centric – they understand and embrace the role of delivering exemplary service
  • Lead – they lead by example through their actions and attitudes
  • Innovate – they look for opportunities to improve, do things differently, and add value for our customers and business
  • Commit to Excellence – in all that they do 

We promote a culture that is diverse, inclusive, innovative, and performance driven in an environment that is fun and exciting.  Individuals who choose to be a part of our organization are offered:

  • Potential to lead innovative projects and initiatives
  • Career path exploration and development opportunities
  • Opportunities to get involved with teams and charitable events that support the community
  • Comprehensive total reward package 

Senior Analyst, Regulatory Affairs

We are looking for a dynamic individual with exceptional customer service and technical skills.  Working in a non-routine and complex environment, the Senior Analyst, Regulatory Affairs is accountable for ensuring that the regulatory reporting requirements are reported in a timely and accurate manner, and assisting the Director, Regulatory Strategy and Privacy Officer with rate submissions.

Accountabilities include:

  • Assist in the preparation of rate submissions and related projects and analysis to ensure compliance
  • Works with Finance team to prepare, review and analyze regulatory accounts including outstanding balances, billing anomalies, regulatory adjustments, and interest implementation
  • Submission of regulatory filings, ensuring adherence to submission guidelines
  • Submission and reconciliation of monthly Regulated Price Plan Settlement and rebates with the Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO)
  • Prepare annual regulatory reporting to the Ontario Energy Board (OEB) and IESO
  • Coordinates responses to industry data requests and responses for regulatory and government agencies
  • Assist with budget preparation and analysis for annual business planning purposes
  • Maintain LDC benchmarking analysis using annual OEB electricity distributor yearbooks and scorecards
  • Participate in key account monitoring (invoice breakdown, customer inquiries regarding regulatory matters, and monitoring and reporting Global Adjustment (GA) savings under the IESO Industrial Conservation Initiative (ICI) program
  • Monitor regulatory variance and deferral accounts for outstanding balances, billing anomalies, regulatory adjustments, and interest calculations to ensure compliance
  • Monitor monthly distribution revenue and perform variance analysis against the budget
  • Audit the rates setup in the CIS and audit customer bills to ensure accuracy

Required Skills, Qualifications and Experience:

  • University Degree in Business Administration/Finance, Accounting, or Commerce or equivalent relevant work experience
  • CPA designation preferred
  • 5-7 years’ Financial, Regulatory, or Business Analyst experience required
  • Solid financial and business acumen, skilled in policy and the ability to interpret legislation and regulations
  • Advanced Microsoft Excel skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills able to effectively deliver / disseminate regulatory changes and financial information
  • Strong attention to detail and can prioritize accordingly in a demanding and fast-paced environment
  • Solid analytical and problem-solving skills with a clear focus on the delivery of excellent customer service
  • Experience analyzing large volumes of data and converting them into quantitative and qualitative information for evidence-based business decisions

Other Success Factors:

  • Brand ambassador – enable, engage, encourage, and exemplify the behaviours and attitudes of the brand
  • Lead projects and initiatives that move the strategy forward
  • Innovate – engage with your team to find new ways to work and win
  • Change the scenery – create the environment that signals change is good
  • Stay a step ahead – make it a priority to be in-tune with key industry disruptions
  • Highly motivated and collaborative individual who is a self-starter and takes ownership of their work
  • A team player who is receptive to feedback, and quickly adapts to change
  • Collaborate and build strong relationships throughout the organization
  • Exhibit a high degree of professionalism, dependability, with a proactive “can do” attitude
  • Embrace a culture of continuous improvement and effective streamlined processes 

Please send your resume with the position title in the subject line to 

OEC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 and the Ontario Human Rights Code, OEC will provide accommodations to applicants with disabilities throughout the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process.  If selected to participate in the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process, please inform the People Excellence team of the nature of any accommodation(s) that you may require.

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