Sr. Analyst, Markets and Portfolio

SN Aboitiz Power

  • Taguig, Philippines
    10th Flr., NAC Tower, 32nd Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Metro Manila, Philippines
    Metro Manila
  • Full time
Posted a month ago and deadline of application is on 30 Nov
Recruiter was hiring 10 days ago

Sr. Analyst, Markets and Portfolio

SN Aboitiz Power

Job Description

Provide necessary in-house skills and expertise on market fundamentals affecting the short (one year) to medium term (five years) developments in the power industry and how it affects the commercial and O&M activities of the company.

Provide a reliable and regularly updated revenue forecast optimizing company assets to its maximum potential from all available revenue streams such as energy, ancillary services, contracts and renewable energy markets for budget and corporate strategic planning activities.

Minimum Qualifications

-Degree in Engineering, Mathematics, Statistics, Economics, Business or Applied Sciences

-Master's Degree in Engineering, Energy Economics, Data Science or any relevant degree is preferred

-At least five (5) years of relevant experience with background in Engineering and/or Technical field, and experience in planning, forecasting and market analysis

-PhD in any relevant discipline is an advantage

-Highly relevant experience in the energy market

-Statistical and analytical skills

-Corporate planning/Financial analysis

-Optimization, Market Simulation Tools, Forecasting models (SDDP / Plexos /Crystal Ball / Monte Carlo simulations)

-Capacity to do research work: Markets, Plant technological advancements and cost, Contracts, Policies, Rules and, Regulations

-Wholesale Electricity Spot Market and Ancillary Services Operations

-Data Science

-Project management skills

-With preference for candidates with substantial working knowledge on electric power system operations and analysis; and programming

Jobs Summary

Job level
Associate / Supervisor
Job category
Architecture and Engineering
Educational requirement
Bachelor's degree graduate
Recruiter response to application
Office Address
NAC Tower, 32nd Street, Bonifacio Global City
Oil / Energy / Solar / Greentech
1 opening

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About SN Aboitiz Power

SN Aboitiz Power (SNAP) Group SN Aboitiz Power-Magat, Inc. owns and operates the 360-megawatt (MW) Magat Hydroelectric Power Plant (HEPP) located at the border of Ramon, Isabela and Alfonso Lista, Ifugao. The Magat HEPP was a state-owned facility until SNAP-Magat took over operations on April 26, 2007. A year earlier on December 14, 2006, SNAP-Magat had successfully bid for the plant in the amount of USD530 million under the Philippine government’s power sector privatization program. SNAP-Magat has 22 host barangays (villages) located in 10 municipalities across the three provinces of Isabela, Ifugao, and Nueva Viscaya. SN Aboitiz Power-Benguet, Inc. owns and operates the 105-MW Ambuklao HEPP in Bokod and the 140-MW Binga HEPP in Itogon, both located in Benguet. On November 28, 2007, SNAP-Benguet won the public bid for the Ambuklao and Binga HEPPs, which were sold as a package under the power sector privatization program of the Philippine government. SNAP-Benguet offered a bid price of USD325 million and took over operations on July 10, 2008. The dams remain government-owned. SNAP-Benguet is hosted by the province of Benguet and the municipalities of Itogon and Bokod. It has 3 host barangays, as well as the Shakilan ni Ikulos Indigenous Peoples’ Organization and the Tinongdan Indigenous Peoples’ Organization. Both companies are joint ventures between SN Power of Norway and AboitizPower. SN Aboitiz Power Group is the collective name of SNAP-Magat and SNAP-Benguet. It is a recipient of several local awards and citations for its safety records, community programs, stakeholder relations and environmental campaigns. It has also received international recognition in the Asian region for privatization and project financing as well as for its plants’ performance as independent power producers.
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