Summary:We are looking for a DCUSA Change Lead to play a key role within Governance Services for an organisation at the heart of energy regulation. You will support the end-to-end DCUSA change process and will proactively engage with industry parties. The role will evolve as part of the BEIS/Ofgem Energy Codes Review and you will understand the issues and develop the solutions for implementation. You should be used to chairing meetings and forums, as you will be acting as chair or technical secretariat in organising meetings and forums with industry participants.
- Organising and chairing technical working Group meetings, forums and other committees.
- Working closely with energy industry participants and preparing documentation
- Technical Secretariat and support to industry committees
- Progressing Change Proposals in accordance with agreed procedures and service levels
- Ensure updates of Change Proposals are effectively communicated internally and externally.
- Co-ordinating consultations to seek industry views on change proposals.
- Supporting projects both internally and on behalf of clients.
- Effectively engaging key stakeholders and developing productive working relationships
- Responding to customer helpdesk queries and providing advice and guidance.
- Documentation and maintenance of internal working procedures.
- Identifying and implementing areas for improvement.
- Presenting and supplying training to stakeholders.
Skills and experience required:
- Undergraduate degree or equivalent.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Highly organised and the ability to manage conflicting priorities effectively.
- Good interpersonal skills - able to work as part of a team and on own initiative.
- Attention to detail and focus on the accuracy of work and procedures.
- Confident expressing views and providing advice and guidance to clients.
- Experience producing documents at various levels of formality and complexity.
- Proficient MS Office skills.
- Experience in drafting meeting minutes.
- Knowledge and understanding of the UK Energy sector would be very helpful.
- Experience in chairing meetings and/or workshops.