Ensure the development of a robust set of regulatory policies and guidelines for the licensees (particularly for price-controlled companies) in the Sector in relation to regulatory information submissions such as separate business accounts (SBAs), price control returns (PCRs) and annual information submissions (AIS) to facilitate effective regulation of the licensees.
Manage the activities of information and compliance section in the Directorate of Economic Regulation ensuring that information requirements of the Bureau are adequately met, that financial, accounting and economic analyses undertaken by the Bureau are of high quality and other quantitative analysis and research are undertaken to support and contribute to the activities of the Economic Regulation Division. Ensure high quality deliverables, outputs and analysis are produced on time and to budget
Degree in accounting, finance, economics or closely related discipline.
Post-graduate degree in accounting, finance or economics or related discipline would be an advantage
Experience & Essential Knowledge
At least 5 years’ experience of managing regulatory financial and accounting information submissions and associated financial, accounting and economic analysis in relation to utility companies (preferably water and/or electricity), gained working for government, utility company, regulator or consultancy
A minimum total of 7 years’ experience is required post university degree