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“I want to make a personal impact.”
Being a Risk Analyst with E.ON is an opportunity to move beyond number-crunching and to impact commercial decisions made across the business. Building and running models is a key part of the process, but you’ll also be part of a team that prides itself on the quality of its relationships and the influence it has around the organisation. It’s a chance to put your personal stamp on a company that’s changing ideas about what an energy company can do – amongst our existing customers and beyond.
As a Risk Analyst, I want to build strong relationships
You’ll do that by providing quantitative and analytical support to multiple business areas regarding their commodity risk position. You’ll also develop models for risk assessment and hedging strategies, while building strong relationships with key stakeholders to bolster a risk-aware culture. In addition, we’ll look to your help in improving existing processes and developing new ones.
As a Risk Analyst, I want to make full use of my…
• Degree-level education (or equivalent) and high level of numeracy
• Extensive experience of statistical techniques
• Solid MS Excel skills
• Experience of Matlab or alternative statistical and programming languages
• Outstanding communication, presentation and workload management skills
It sounds like E.ON is a company that’s pushing boundaries?
As one of the UK’s leading power and gas companies with 12,000 people in the UK and 85,000 worldwide, we set ourselves big challenges. We’re one of the leading green generators in the UK with 20 wind farms and the country’s largest biomass power station. We’re also investing £50m in new technologies and approaches over ten years. The science is impressive, but everything we do is driven by people. We want to deliver the best possible value to our customers, and the most rewarding experiences to our teams. Is it time you got on board?
If this is just the kind of role you’ve been looking for, the next step is to apply
Closing date: 29 April 2012.