Energy Regulatory Issues Advisor

Company Name:
National Rural Electric Cooperative Association
The National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA), with offices in Arlington, VA and Lincoln, NE is the trade association for over 900 consumer-owned electric cooperatives serving more than 42 million people. NRECA is committed to harnessing the strength of America's electric cooperatives into a single powerful voice. NRECA has won the following awards over the past few years:
100 Best Places to Work - ComputerWorld Magazine
50 Greatest places to Work - AARP
50 Best Places to Work - The Washingtonian
CARE Award Recipient - Recognizing organizations that promote a positive work-life balance
At NRECA, we work with people who are leaders in their fields, they are down-to-earth, hardworking professionals committed to helping our members serve their communities. Our work is interesting and constantly evolving and requiring new skills to meet the evolving needs of a dynamic industry. In this collegial, inclusive work environment, united around the compelling purpose and history of electric cooperatives, we thrive. And topping it off, NRECA cares about each person's overall well-being, encouraging health, financial security, and a sustainable work/life balance.
Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities, Females, Protected Veterans, and Individuals with Disabilities
NRECA is seeking an Energy Regulatory Issues Advisor to assist Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) in the Government Relations Department Regulatory Group in the development and delivery of timely, targeted regulatory advocacy messages, summary resources, and educational materials. Produce regulatory policy briefing papers, reports and succinct policy one-pagers. At the request of SMEs, conducts research and analyzes and distills regulatory filings and papers produced by other advocacy groups with minimal direction. Attend industry and regulatory agency meetings such as FERC, DOE, NERC, and the CFTC on behalf of the SMEs.
Purpose and Mission
Through face-to-face meetings with SMEs, review of pleadings and comments, and external sources of information proactively tracks all major issues within the Government Relations Department Regulatory Unit.
Through review of pleadings and comments produced by NRECA, other advocacy organizations, and issuances by federal agencies and departments and face-to-face meetings with SMEs, proactively assists in the development and delivery of timely, targeted advocacy messages, summary resources, and educational materials including regulatory policy briefing papers, white papers, reports and succinct policy one-pagers.
With minimal direction, researches, tracks, analyzes, and distills federal and state legislation and regulation, regulatory filings and papers produced by other advocacy groups and produces summaries and analyses of those materials. Produces and maintains state-by-state summaries on policy issues, side-by-sides comparing different state or stakeholder policy positions, and similar reference documents.
Conducts policy and regulatory research as requested by subject-matter experts.
At the request of SMEs, attends relevant industry and government meetings.
Requirements and Qualifications
Required Bachelor's degree, Masters preferred
Minimum 5 years of working experience with complex regulatory and/or legislative issues and development of clear, concise, and convincing advocacy and educational materials, preferably working on regulatory policy within the energy industry.
Knowledge of the federal regulatory and policy making process.
Proven ability to synthesize complex information from multiple sources, tailoring and disseminating that information to appropriate audiences.
Professional experience researching, writing and editing advocacy material of a technical, legal, policy and regulatory nature.
Proven ability to prioritize multiple projects and issues.
Amount of Travel
Job Title : Energy Regulatory Issues Advisor
Location : Arlington, VA, US

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