Senior Manager, Financial Planning and Analysis – Regulatory Affairs

  • Company:
    Corix
  • Location:
  • Salary:
    negotiable / monthly
  • Job type:
    Full-Time
  • Posted:
    3 weeks ago
  • Category:
    Business / Mgmt

Corix has more than 100 years’ experience designing, building, financing and managing the vital utility infrastructure systems required for communities to grow and thrive. Ensuring the safest, most efficient transport, delivery and treatment systems, we work in partnership with the people of the communities we serve to create fresh solutions and provide services in a socially and environmentally responsible manner.Over the last five years, we have experienced substantial growth – and with growth comes opportunity. Our team members enjoy:Competitive salaryComprehensive benefits packageGenerous vacation packageCompany-matched retirement savings programInternal training programsWork-life balance and flexible work arrangementsAn excellent record of safety and environmental performanceYou’ll join a team of more than 900 dynamic professionals who bring drive, passion and a genuine sense of pride to their work. We also actively encourage and empower all our team members to seek, share and implement new ideas for creating value.So if you’re smart, industrious and would like to join a progressive company that offers challenging work, long-term growth potential and the chance to make a real difference, contact us today!The Corix Group of Companies is a leading North American utility company that delivers safe, cost-effective, and sustainable utility infrastructure solutions. Corix’s 100+ year history is rooted in building, operating, and maintaining water, wastewater, electric, gas, and sustainable energy utility infrastructure.The Corix Group has an opening for a regular Fulltime Senior Manager Financial Planning & Analysis – Regulatory Affairs for our Langley office. This position manages the development of applications for new and existing utility projects requiring regulatory approval, and undertakes financial evaluations for acquisitions of regulated and contract operations. As a principal point of contact for regulatory authorities for the company’s Canadian utility operations, this position is responsible for representing the company at regulatory hearings and tribunals, and for developing and maintaining a positive relationship with the regulators in the jurisdictions in which we operate.Leads the development, maintenance and updating of cost of service and similar utility financial forecast models for regulatory applications and non-regulated utility contracts.Acts as a principal point of contact for regulatory authorities, managing the preparation and submission of recurring regulatory reports (eg., BCUC Annual Report ), representing the company at regulatory proceedings including participation in written and oral hearings as required, and ensuring adherence to applicable legislation, rules and policies.Participates as needed in utility acquisition projects, Request for Proposal responses, feasibility studies, and due diligence studies.Prepares recurring internal reports to senior management analyzing utility returns and performance against benchmarks, and monitors ongoing developments in the utility sector and energy markets, and advises senior management on issues that could impact the company’s Canadian regulated utility businesses.Works with finance, treasury, legal, tax, operations and external advisers to prepare and manage regulatory filings and other reports as required, including the development and maintenance of related financial forecast models, in support of Corix’s regulated and contract utility operations.Develops and updates utility rates for existing and prospective customers using financial forecasting and analysis tools, ensuring tariffs conform to regulatory requirements and obligations and balancing a customer-oriented approach while maintaining the company’s ability to meet the requirements.Manages compliance deadlines to ensure submission timelines are met, including data requests, organization, tracking, submissions, calendaring, noticing and filing, and formats and proofs regulatory filings ensuring accuracy and conformity with strategy and all parts of the filing are congruent.Works with the internal and external regulatory team to develop legal arguments and provide information for the preparation of expert written and oral testimony, representing the company at hearings and tribunals.Participates in utility acquisition projects, providing financial evaluation, regulatory due diligence, and support for business cases prepared for senior management, evaluating business proposals and projects in jurisdictions throughout North America.Participates as needed in request for proposal responses, feasibility studies, and due diligence studies for Corix’s current and prospective utility customers.Keeps abreast of all issues and industry trends that could impact the company’s regulated operations and provides guidance for Corix management in matters that deal directly or indirectly with utility regulation.As required, prepares, reviews or manages regular internal financial reporting on utility performance and all external regulatory and similar contractual reporting requirements.Researches, drafts and files Commission and customer complaint responses.Performs other related duties as required.Professional accounting designation (CPA, CFA, CBV).8 years related experience.Occasional work travel is required.Application Expiry Date:This position will remain open until all positions are filled.If you possess these skills and qualifications, we invite you to apply online in confidence at www.corix.com.We thank all candidates for their interest; however, only those shortlisted will be contacted.No telephone calls or recruitment agencies will be accepted.Corix is committed to providing an inclusive and accessible candidate experience. Accommodations are available upon request.