Senior Consultant: Regulatory Economics
We seeking an exceptional individual to join our London office as a Senior Consultant, supporting our work in regulatory economics. The successful candidate will have experience in the energy sector, though we are open to candidates with backgrounds in other regulated sectors.
Location: London, UK (hybrid working)
Position: Senior Consultant – Regulatory Economics
The successful candidate will support our work in the energy sector, though we are open to candidates with backgrounds in other regulated sectors. The successful candidate will have the following responsibilities:
- Leading the delivery of high-quality projects and analysis for CEPA’s clients.
- Providing well-reasoned and informed consulting advice on regulatory economics issues.
- Translating technical analysis into clear and concise reports for clients.
- Playing a central role in producing compelling proposals and winning work.
- Managing junior staff and supporting the development of others in the CEPA team.
Experience – Preferably at least 5 years of professional experience in providing regulatory economics advisory services through economic and financial analysis. This may be in consultancy, for regulated companies, regulators or government departments.
Expertise – Demonstrated expertise in regulatory economics, with relevant specialism valued by potential clients; this expertise can be in regulatory finance, regulatory framework design, incentives, evaluations and assessing efficient costs.
Technical skills – Proficiency working in Microsoft Teams. Additional software and programming skills may be an advantage.
Project management – Experience managing junior staff, meeting deadlines and working effectively in a team. Comfortable in managing workstreams and smaller projects in client-facing roles.
Communication skills – Excellent written and verbal communication skills to present complex ideas to different audiences.
Benefits and culture
CEPA offers a dynamic and supportive working environment that fosters professional growth and development. As a member of our team, you will have the opportunity to collaborate with leading experts on influential projects. We provide a competitive salary, discretionary reward scheme, comprehensive benefits package with health and life insurance, and flexible working arrangements to ensure a healthy work-life balance.
We encourage you to apply by submitting your up-to-date CV and a cover letter detailing your relevant experience and motivations for joining CEPA. Please send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will assess applications on a rolling basis. Candidates will be assessed over two phases: an interview and a presentation.
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