Join one of the largest renewable owners, operators and developers in the U.S., delivering innovative, renewable power solutions that accelerate the world towards a sustainable, low-carbon future. With current U.S. assets under management valued at $20 billion and over 190 utility-scale renewable energy generating facilities located across 34 states, Brookfield Renewable U.S. offers a multitude of career opportunities. Our dynamic organization is focused on our mission to optimize and drive value across our renewable energy portfolio, advancing the transition to a sustainable, clean energy future. Our value also extends well beyond the clean energy we produce. From our extensive renewable power fleet we make positive economic, social and environmental impacts in the communities where we live and work.
Brookfield Renewable U.S. attracts high-performing individuals who are driven to make an impact in a fast-paced and collaborative environment. We encourage collaboration across all levels of experience to promote learning, generate best ideas, and deliver quality results, with the aim for growth and career development. We offer unparalleled opportunity to lead and manage one of the largest renewable energy businesses with decades of history, while contributing to the global need for sustainable energy
Reporting to the Manager of Market Risk, the Senior Analyst, Market Risk will support the Energy Risk Management group, in creating and maintaining required contracts and assets models, analyzing market risks for new transactions, establish risk indicators and support the commercial teams with quantitative modelling and optimization analysis. This position requires some travel to Brookfield Renewable headquarters in New York, NY.
This position is based in our Gatineau office.
- Support the Market Risk team with its routine tasks and operation including interfacing with other Risk functions, the Front office teams and the Energy Trading team;
- Develop models for complex transactions and contracts that include optionality and/or various commodities
- Support the development of optimization strategies aimed at extracting incremental value from physical assets;
- Present quantitative analysis results and insights to Front Office functions and senior management;
- Review the Market Risks for new proposed transactions and recommend adequate mitigation measures;
- Support the development and maintenance of VaR, back testing and stress testing processes;
- Support ad-hoc analytical requests from the front office (basis risk analysis, Plant generation optimization, etc);
- Develop and implement analysis to model energy and congestion forward prices, volatility and market correlations using various fundamental, analytical and technical tools;
- Review and validate valuation models created by the Front office and Finance teams as necessary;
- Support the Energy Risk Management group operation and initiatives as necessary.
- Advanced analytical and mathematical skills combined with advanced knowledge of numerical/algorithmic methods;
- Good understanding of the North American physical electric system and markets (ISONE, PJM, NYISO CAISO) including Energy, Transmission and Capacity;
- Strong team approach; ability to work with different teams in the organization;
- Able to work in a dynamic, fast-paced environment and to adapt quickly to changing priorities;
- Self-motivated, with a high level of initiative;
- Strong attention to detail and focused on achieving high quality results with the organization’s standards;
- Adaptable and able to work effectively in ambiguous or changing situations, and with diverse individuals and groups;
- Capable of conducting research on various topics and acquiring essential knowledge and skills independently;
- Excellent written and oral communications skills.
- Graduate degree in a quantitative field such as economics, mathematics, engineering, physics or other related discipline;
- Professional designation such as FRM, ERM or CFA will be considered an asset.
- Minimum 3 years of experience in energy trading and risk management environment is required;
- Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office and programming languages such as Matlab, Python, VBA or similar;
- Familiar with the use of Bloomberg terminal;