Compliance and Policy Analyst

Recruiter
Ofgem
Location
London or Glasgow
Salary
£22,100 - £28,150 + benefits
Posted
12 Nov 2018
Closes
26 Nov 2018
Ref
OFG1051
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Travel
None

London £24,300 - £28,150
Glasgow £22,100 - £25,595

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.

By ensuring compliance with legislation, we are able to play a vital role in protecting consumers, deterring non-compliance and achieving a more open, inclusive market. You will support the Monitoring & Compliance Unit by gathering intelligence on compliance, identifying issues and ensuring that investigations are well researched, informed and consistent. Your analysis will also help to inform policy decision-making and help to ensure that we deliver the best outcomes for consumers.

We are looking for someone educated to degree level or with equivalent experience. Strong stakeholder engagement and management skills are important, and experience of compliance activities, audits or investigations will be an advantage. You need to possess strong analytic skills, with an ability of building research, understanding regulatory issues and making recommendations. Your organisation, analytical thinking and communication skills must all be excellent.

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 
  • Restaurant and subsidised gym (London location only)
  • Interest free season ticket loan. 


To apply, please click the 'Apply' button and search for job ref 'OFG1051'

Closing date: 26th November 2018. 

Ofgem is an equal opportunities employer. Protecting consumers and powering the future of the energy debate.