Compliance Enforcement Analyst/Manager
Glasgow: £29,200-£35, 795
London: £31,500 -£38,600
Ofgem is committed to making a positive difference for energy consumers through effective regulation of the market and close working with suppliers to ensure sustainable energy for consumers and businesses in the UK.
In this role, you will support senior managers in conducting compliance or enforcement investigations and casework, and assist in the development of policy. You must have enthusiasm, energy and drive, with the ability to analyse large data sets, understand complex compliance issues and identify questions that need to be answered. This is a fantastic opportunity to gain experience of regulatory compliance, investigations and policy work, while contributing to a fast-paced, 50-strong team of professionals taking some of the biggest questions in the UK energy market and making a real difference to consumers.
You must be educated to degree level (or equivalent professional experience), with strong analytical skills and the capability to engage in quantitative and qualitative analysis. An outstanding communicator and project manager, you will have demonstrable experience of planning workstreams, managing stakeholders, providing progress reports and delivering recommendations for next steps. A flexible, adaptable, helpful approach is important. Ideally, you will also already have some experience of working in a compliance and enforcement environment.
Ofgem can offer you a comprehensive and competitive benefits package, which includes:
- Up to 30 days’ annual leave
- Excellent training and development opportunities
- The opportunity to join the Civil Service pension arrangements, which include a valuable range of benefits
- Flexible working hours and family friendly policies
- Subsidised gym and restaurant (London location only)
- Interest free season ticket loan.
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Closing date: 13th August 2018.
Ofgem is an equal opportunities employer. Protecting consumers and powering the future of the energy debate.