Analyst, Utilities and Markets

Austin, Texas
Operations – Operations /
Full-time /
Remote
At FLASH, we are revolutionizing the parking technology industry, focusing on the growth and innovation of EV Charging. We are on the lookout for an experienced Analyst who is passionate about sustainability and eager to make a significant impact on our Electric Vehicle Charging (EVC) business unit.
 
Why Join Us?

Impactful Work: Make a direct impact on the expansion of our EV Charging business and contribute to the future of green technology.
Collaborative Environment: Work across dynamic teams with large data sets, providing key insights that drive our business forward.
Career Growth: Become an expert in the rapidly growing field of green tech and EV solutions.
Inclusive Culture: Join a team that values diversity, equality, and inclusion, and offers equal opportunities for all employees.

What you'll do....

    • As an Analyst, Utilities & Markets, you will play a crucial role in shaping our EV strategy through insightful data analysis and research. 
    • Research & Scout: Manage key research tasks for identifying new EV installation and DER (Distributed Energy Resource) aggregation opportunities. Maintain a dynamic resource of EV and EVSE incentives and grant programs across North America.
    • Support Strategy: Provide data analysis and research to support Flash’s EV strategy, working closely with our Vice President of Utility Market Development.
    • Regulatory Monitoring: Stay on top of regulatory EV charging incentives, dockets, and developments. Provide updates to our teams and assist Flash clients with relevant legislative changes.
    • Team Collaboration: Update product and sales teams on utility, market, and legislative changes pertinent to EV charging and fleet opportunities.
    • Market Insights: Offer valuable input to our utility market development and EV team on existing trends and potential opportunities for Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) installation and DER aggregations.

What we're looking for...

    • Experience & Initiative: A self-starter with 2-4 years of experience in quantitative research or analysis. Utility or transportation experience is a plus.
    • Attention to Detail: Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, multi-task environment with meticulous attention to detail.
    • Analytical Skills: Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
    • Communication: Proven ability to create and disseminate content for public outreach materials. Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills.
    • Educational Background: Bachelor’s degree in policy, business, or a technical field of study.
$95,000 - $115,000 a year