The Energy Data Analyst will be eager to learn, have excellent analytical skills, and be enthusiastic about using data to provide strategic analysis to all levels of the organization. You will play a critical role in developing and maintaining the data analysis program in the IT Department. You will also champion the value of data to maximize efficiencies within the Cooperative’s Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) and Meter Data Management System (MDMS). You can solve complex problems and are willing to work long hours when a project requires it. You are well organized, detail oriented, and know how to prioritize tasks.
Other essential functions include, but are not limited to:
Converting data into actionable insights to measure and improve processes
Maintaining the Cooperative’s AMI systems
Staying current in technology industry developments and standards related to AMI and MDMS
Providing essential reports and queries from AMI, MDMS, and other systems as needed
Monitoring of critical commercial and industrial meters
Assisting with network communication’s infrastructure
Diagraming and evaluating existing processes
Knowledge & Skills
Dependable and able to work independently with little supervision as well as with a team of individuals
Enthusiastic about using data to provide strategic insights to all levels of the organization
Analytical and problem-solving skills
Excellent communication skills (verbal and written)
Expertise in Excel is required
2+ years SQL experience preferred
Bachelor’s Degree in business, mathematics, statistics, accounting, economics, computer science engineering, or another quantitative field preferred or demonstrated work experience in lieu of Bachelor’s Degree.
At Southside Electric Cooperative our Members are our priority, therefore, our field team are first responders when the lights go out. At Headquarters, it’s up to us to make sure they have exceptional support while they are working long hours in crisis situations. While it doesn’t happen often, we are always ready to roll up our sleeves and pitch in when it’s all hands-on deck, therefore, you must be able to report to work whenever needed. You are willing to participate in the Technology Department’s on-call roster and prepared to work outdoors, in any weather condition, if necessary.
The Energy Data Analyst must make their residence within 60 minutes legal driving time to our headquarters office in Crewe, Virginia. Relocation assistance may be available to highly qualified candidates.
Must become CPR and First Aid certified within one year of hire (company training provided).
This is an exempt level position.
Highly competitive remuneration including:
100% employer-paid medical benefits for employee only coverage and generously subsidized premiums for coverage with dependents. Dental and Vision benefits are 100% employer-paid for employees and their dependents.
Cooperative funded Health Savings Account and Health Reimbursement Account.
Company paid life insurance and disability benefits with a voluntary supplemental life and accident options available for employees and dependents.
Tuition reimbursement program.
401(k) Plan with a Cooperative contribution after one year of service.
Company funded Retirement Security Pension plan after one year of service.
9 holidays, 2 floating holidays, 12 days' vacation, 13 days of sick leave with immediate accrual.
Free parking with a fitness center just a block away. (Monthly fitness reimbursement available to use a gym of your choice.)
Additionally, all employees are provided with Cooperative paid premium LifeLock with Norton 360 and LinkedIn Learning subscriptions.
Applicants must be authorized to work for ANY employer in the US. We are unable to sponsor or take over sponsorship of employment Visa at this time.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, disability or veteran status.
WE ARE PROUD TO BE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY PROVIDER AND EMPLOYER
SEC strives to provide safe, reliable electricity and related services at the highest value to our member-owners. We exist to enhance the quality of life of the communities in which we serve and live. We achieve this mission by our actions that demonstrate integrity, fiscal responsibility, member engagement, community involvement, and by living out the cooperative principles.
The relationship we have with the member-owners of SEC matters to us, and we work hard every day to prove this through our actions. We recognize that our member-owners expect to receive a quality of service which surpasses that typically associated with simply being a “customer” of an investor-owned utility.
Our four district offices are located in the areas where we serve, and our employees live in these areas as well. Our employees are very active in our communities and participate in a number of ways to improve the areas in which they live. SEC employees are active volunteer fire fighters, EMTs, first responders, youth sports coaches, and Sunday school teachers, to name a few. Making Southside Virginia a better place to live and work is very important to us. It is inherent in our mission as a cooperative and it is a commitment we make, not only to our members but to our co-workers and our families.