£60000 – £69600/annum
Full Time, Management Vacancy In Berkshire
Who are we?
Thames Water is the UK’s largest water and wastewater company. We make a daily difference to our 15 million customers by supplying 2.6 billion litres of water through 32,000 km of pipes, keeping taps flowing and toilets flushing.
At Thames Water, every one of our actions, big and small, matters every day. Water is essential to life, so our business is always open.
What is the purpose of the role?
We are currently seeking two Regulatory managers to operate as a key player in the economic regulation team, providing high quality economic regulatory advice and analysis (including pricing and tariff matters) to senior management (executive/board). This role works across the business to protect and enhance the long-term interests of Thames Water.
What makes this role unique?
Working in a small team, this stimulating role is hugely influential in terms of how we develop as a business and support our customers.
With the changes in utility regulation in general and with PR24 now in progress you will be getting involved at a very exciting time and will play a key role in our PR24 and business development success.
What will this role involve?
You will –
Provide high quality specialist economic and regulatory advice and analysis on a wide range of economic regulatory issues (including pricing and tariff matters), using detailed quantitative and econometric analysis
Provide a source of economic expertise to assist the business in analysis of areas of complexity to ensure the business makes business decisions based on robust quantitative analysis of the issues
Communicate key findings from complex analysis to a wide range of audiences including senior managers and executive team in a manner suitable for the audience
Draft and manage responses to Ofwat consultations on economic and regulatory issues and engage actively across the industry on regulatory issues
Provide particular economic expertise either in areas of TOTEX efficiency modelling, interpretation of willingness-to-pay data and development of outcome delivery incentives or pricing and tariff matters
Provide expert economic and quantitative advice and analysis on a range of issues to support the annual business planning cycle and to develop strategy and tactics for the quinquennial review of price controlsWhat skills are required for this role?
Have a thorough understanding of regulatory and pricing issues
Possess a strong academic background in economics, maths or related subjects
Be a passionate individual with strong commercial awareness and mindset, with the ability to make logical and well thought out decisions
Have excellent IT and first-class communication and presentational skills – including the ability to communicate complex regulatory issues to non-specialists
Be a highly organised and analytical individual with a strategic/project management background within a similar business
Experience in Market and behavioural economics is highly desiredWhat’s in it for you?
We’re proud of the positive ways of working we’ve adopted during the pandemic, creating a more flexible and dynamic environment so all our colleagues can thrive. For our office-based roles we’re moving to a hybrid approach with various options across working from home, office and our sites.
Our competitive salary and package include a bonus, car allowance, private healthcare, an excellent contributory pension and 26 days holiday per year increasing to 30 with length of service.
Thames Water is a dynamic, rewarding and diverse place to work, with opportunities around every corner. If you join our team, you’ll enjoy a fulfilling career, flexible working arrangements and a wider benefits scheme including our benefits hub, which is packed full of offers and information to save you money and support your wellbeing.
We’re also proud to embrace and promote diversity and believe that creating a workforce that reflects the communities we serve will help us to thrive. We encourage applications from everyone and offer extra support for those who need it throughout the recruitment process.
Find out more about working at Thames Water.
We deliver life's essential service so our customers, communities and the environment can thrive. This means, that when a crisis happens, we all rally around to support our customers. As part of your role, you’ll be required to participate in a rota to provide Customer Incident Support, as requested by the Company from time to time. This may be by supporting our customers on the frontline as an Ambassador or being part of the team managing the incident as a Control Tower Lead. This is incredibly rewarding, and you’ll be given full training – it’s also a great opportunity to learn more about our business and meet colleagues.
Disclaimer: due to the high volume of applications we receive, we may close a vacancy earlier than the advertised date. This is so we can manage all the applications properly and give candidates a positive experience. Once closed, we can’t consider any further applications, so please submit your application as soon as possible to avoid disappointment
Updated 21-09-2022 12:01
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