ENERGY POLICY / REGULATORY SME
Concurrent Technologies Corporation
Minimum Clearance Required: N/A
Clearance Level Must Be Able to Obtain: Secret
CTC is seeking an Energy Policy / Regulatory SME to support Department of Defense clients with a portfolio focused delivery of energy security/resiliency projects, leveraging private-sector resources and capital, that enable the US Army and US Air Force to meet Service mandates and goals. As a lead Energy Policy / Regulatory SME, your goal will be to advise Government decision makers on policy, regulatory, financial, risk, and market factors that impact energy resilience project opportunities. You will promote a collaborative environment, support stakeholder engagement in joint activities and discussions, and develop action plans to ensure efforts are on track to meet Army and Air Force goals. You will lead regular client interactions and be the primary point of contact for energy policy issues.
The lead Energy Policy / Regulatory SME will help the Army and Air Force design and deliver solutions in a fast-paced, mission-critical environment - translating ideas into action bringing an innovative mindset, experience in consulting on DoD programs, and a desire to provide trusted advice to clients and stakeholders. The qualified candidate will support the following activities:
· Serves as senior advisor to the client organization providing expertise in legal and business issues concerning development and construction of energy projects.
· Provides program leadership analysis and advice on policy, regulatory, financial, risk, and market factors that impact energy resilience project opportunities.
· Reviews and advises on implementation of review DoD and other Federal guidance, Presidential Executive Orders, and Congressional legislation
· Supports development and documentation of Policies, Guides, Instructions, and Processes.
· Supports internal and external audit activities.
· Provides advice for strategic communications.
· Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in related field.
· Minimum of fifteen (15) years’ experience to include:
o Extensive professional legal experience related to energy regulatory, market and policy issues.
o Working with large-scale energy projects.
o Experience with energy, environmental, economics, and sustainability policy for DoD or other Federal Agency.
· Capability to independently initiate and manage tasks, with a high degree of detail and process orientation.
· Ability to manage and work in teams, and establish and maintain cross-functional and working relationships.
· Willingness and ability to set priorities and deliver under tight deadlines in a heavy workload setting.
· Strong interpersonal skills to provide leadership to, collaborate and work with diverse team.
· Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
· Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite of tools, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
· Energy policy/regulation development, implementation, and/or oversight at a federal level, preferably within the Department of Defense, the Department of Energy, or the Department of Homeland Security.
· Located in the Washington, DC Metro Area.
· Knowledge of Army and Air Force structure and operations.
· Advanced degree in related field.
- Our teams at CTC are passionate and thrive on collaboration in a team environment
- When we encounter a difficult problem, we have a variety of talented and diverse employees that work together to solve the toughest challenges
- Competitive salary and benefits package
- Although our work at CTC is extremely important, we also recognize the need for our employees to maintain a proper mix of work and personal life
- Visit www.ctc.com to learn more
Join us! CTC offers exceptional career growth, cutting edge technology, educational opportunities, and recognition for quality work.
Staffing Requisition: SR# 2021-0032
“We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.”