Requisition ID # 65440
Job Category : Business Operations / Strategy
Job Level : Individual Contributor
Business Unit: Strategy & Policy
Job Location : San Francisco
As a key contributor to the Structured Energy Transactions group, this individual will administer various procurement solicitations and contribute in other areas of PG&E's structured energy procurement efforts. This position may be responsible for leading various procurement solicitations related to renewables, energy storage, distribution deferral projects, BioMAT, etc. Success in this position will require the ability to motivate and influence the work of others and working across teams within EPP and throughout the company.
All employees are responsible for performing their jobs in accordance with PG&E's vision and values, internal governance policies, and for conducting procurement in accordance with PG&E's Risk Management Policy.
The Energy Transactions & Solicitations team is responsible for procuring the Company's wholesale power purchase contracts, including those specifically for renewable energy, energy storage resources, and procurement program solicitations. Team members must also help manage the impacts of these programs on existing Company lines of business.
Play a significant role in originating highly structured long-term power purchase and sales agreement by leading the execution of moderately complex solicitations for new and innovative product offerings. This requires ensuring successful program design, launch, and ongoing implementation. This individual will be responsible for procurement process development (requires coordination with various stakeholders), system and procedure implementation (including information technology system needs, requiring coordination with internal Business IT team), internal communication/coordination and governance, external communication/outreach (materials, webinars, etc.), program launch, extensive counterparty interaction, internal/external reporting, etc.
Support team members in complex and/or sensitive negotiations. Provide commercial guidance and support to the design and implementation of various developing procurement programs/solicitations. This requires developing an understanding of utility energy procurement, the commercial aspects of program design and associated power purchase agreements (PPAs), and the interrelationships with other programs/considerations, both internally and externally.
Other activities include supporting the development of commercial policy, creating and maintaining program procedures, responding to internal and external data requests, providing support for other procurement programs as needed; and participating in process improvement, process documentation and data quality efforts to support satisfaction of regulatory requirements.