Power Plant Portfolio and Asset Manager

Location: Los Angeles, CA


This position involves providing support for the commercial management of power plant and battery storage assets owned and operated by the company.


Under the guidance of the Vice President/Director of Portfolio & Asset Management, the individual will closely collaborate with colleagues from the Portfolio & Asset Management, Accounting, and Finance departments. The key responsibilities include:
  • Invoicing & reconciliation: Assisting in the preparation and reconciliation of monthly invoices to various counterparties.
  • Budget control & reporting: Assisting in the preparation of annual budgets, proforma, presentations, monthly asset manager reports, and monthly shareholder reports.
  • Regulatory issues: Assisting in overseeing and ensuring compliance with all project permits and licenses. Collaborating with the Legal team in managing FERC registration of management changes.
  • Contracts control: Updating and monitoring existing and new agreements such as Resource Adequacy agreements, Power Purchase Agreements, Gas Purchase agreements, Insurance, and Energy Management Agreements.
  • Financial affairs: Assisting in managing the project's finance/credit agreements, documents, obligations, and guarantees.
  • Plant operational issues: Providing support for plant operational issues including forced outages, unplanned outages, unbudgeted expenses, and analyzing financial impacts.
  • Merchant project monitoring and risk control: Reviewing merchant power plant asset data and updating monthly earnings projections. Supporting merchant risk discussions with project partners.

Job Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree in engineering or science, finance, economics, accounting, or a related field.
  • High proficiency in Excel, PowerPoint, and Microsoft Office.
  • Experience in managing complex financial models using Excel.
  • Familiarity with project documents of operating assets/project companies, etc.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills, as well as analytical, problem-solving, organizational, and time management skills.
  • Self-starter with a proactive approach to continuous improvement and a strong motivation to learn.
  • Preferably, experience within the electric power generation industry, including asset management or operations roles.
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