Salary based on education and experience. Competitive benefits including but not limited to health/dental/vision insurance, short-term disability insurance, 401(k) matching program, and more.
Are you interest in working at the leading edge of climate mitigation and energy system analysis? Do you want to evaluate and communicate analysis results of the recent Inflation Reduction Act’s energy and climate provisions? Is modeling a future energy system with new technologies, for example hydrogen, bioenergy, geothermal, and the next generation electric vehicles a worthwhile challenge to you?
If so, then join the team at OnLocation, Inc. We are a leading energy consulting firm providing objective quantitative analysis of energy, environmental, and climate change policies to a diverse set of stakeholders since 1984. To help our clients understand the implications of the challenges facing the energy system, we develop, modify, and apply a variety of systems models and data analysis tools to examine energy trends, impacts of proposed government policies, and the associated financial and economic impacts of energy investment decisions. Visit our website at https://www.onlocationinc.com for additional information and background.
We have opening for Climate Mitigation & Energy Modelers with strong academic credentials and analytical skills to join our team.
Must be authorized to work in the United States without sponsorship.
Apply education, background, and programming skills to design and develop mathematical models (e.g., matrix algebra, linear and non-linear set of equations) to represent energy sectors and model polices, regulations, and markets.
Design and implement changes for existing energy models for new capabilities (represent new legislation or policies, add new technologies, improve interfaces between models, enhance model convergence, etc.); special projects may also entail the design and implementation of new models.
Work with large data sets, including historical market information, detailed forecasting model results, and modeling inputs; analyze data quality and identify options for improvements.
Develop expertise with the goal of becoming a subject matter expert in one or more areas.
Assist in the development and execution of a broad range of analyses related to energy markets and policy design.
Keep current with changes in energy industries and markets, including the effects of new and emerging technologies, rapidly changing industry practices, new legislation and regulations, and other changes affecting energy production, pricing, supply and distribution patterns.
Keep current with advances in quantitative analysis techniques.
Work as part of an analytical team as well as at times independently on technical activities.
Required Minimum Qualifications
Preferred education fields include Operations Research, Energy/Env Economics, Engineering, Mathematics, or Energy/Env Policy (or closely related field); Advanced degree (Masters, PhD) preferred.
5-10 years of technical work experience in operations research or energy economic modeling; or equivalent.
Excellent technical, analytical, and quantitative skills.
Strong Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint skills.
Creative problem-solving abilities.
Interest in and knowledge of energy issues and policy analysis.
Strong oral, written, and presentation skills including the ability to communicate research issues, approaches, and findings with non-specialists as well as with scientists, engineers, and executives.
Additional Desired Qualifications
Excellent organizational skills including documentation of assumptions and processes.
Excellent attention to detail and QA/QC habits.
Quantitative understanding of mathematical economics, econometrics, and statistics.
Familiarity with Federal, and State energy and environmental policies.
Interest in adding technical depth and breadth to become an energy subject matter expert.
OnLocation, Inc. is recognized as a leading energy consulting firm providing objective quantitative analysis of energy, environmental, and climate change policies to a diverse set of stakeholders since 1984. Our mission is to use quantitative analytical methods to objectively inform strategic players in energy and related industries to improve the outcome of business and policy decisions as the U.S. strives for a balanced and sustainable energy future. To help our clients understand the implications of the challenges facing the energy system, we develop, modify, and apply a variety of systems models and data analysis tools to examine energy trends, impacts of proposed government policies, and the associated financial and economic impacts of energy investment decisions.