Learn about the EMCs, including their history as well as their relationship with OPC. Gain practical experience in business/system analysis. Learn the key documents that drive billing calculations (WSPC, MSPP, RSA, etc.). Learn the various charges billed to the EMCs, including the companies that the EMCs pay for the various services. Develop an in-depth knowledge of data used to calculate the EMC bills. Understand the framework of the billing data flow, from providers to the billing system. Learn the working relationship of FOC personnel, particularly the data providers. Learn the various billing allocators used in the billing calculations and what they mean. Learn the different types of generating assets, including the type of fuel each one uses.
Education: Student enrolled in a four-year accredited college or university in one of the following areas:
- Computer Science
- Business Administration
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (i.e., communication skills, systems knowledge, personal and professional characteristics):
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Must be detail oriented and possess excellent follow-up skills
- Working knowledge of computer application software (training will be provided if needed)
- Must be flexible and able to work overtime when required
- Must be organized and work well with constant priority changes
- Must be able to work in a team environment
Percent of travel involved: 10%, unusual hours required of this position: Monthly overtime hours, occasional evenings and weekends.