Atlanta, Georgia

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world’s leading providers of sourcing and procurement services, we help our

clients architect, build and operate high performance procurement organizations

through our global and flexible solutions. At Accenture we partner with

forward-thinking business leaders of the world’s most dynamic companies, to

transform procurement and drive sustainable changes to their cost structures.

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You Are:

Based in Atlanta, GA, the Sourcing

Execution Sr. Analyst will work as a key member of the Deregulated

Procurement Team within Accenture's Energy Practice. This position will be

responsible for sourcing electricity and natural gas for a range of commercial

and industrial clients with a focus on effective bidding of contracts,

scheduling of deliveries, and overall risk management. The Analyst should be

versed on regulated and deregulated energy markets and have experience

providing energy services to clients in markets throughout North America.

Responsibilities will include, but not be limited to, RFP development, market

assessment, risk management, strategy development, contract negotiation,

contract management, product management, scheduling deliveries, and bill

resettlement. The Analyst will also communicate with key client stakeholders,

supplier partners, utilities, local distribution companies, and will access

both public and subscription data sources to gather timely, accurate, and

complete energy market intelligence and maintain required client reporting for the

procurement team.

Essential functions:

+ Present pricing recommendations to internal and client

management.

+ Facilitate the contracting process including confirming

contract executions with suppliers.

+ Ensure all contracted opportunities are properly recorded

in internal systems.

+ Natural gas balancing support, daily nominations and

settlements and direct connect familiarity.

+ Demonstrate industry expertise in strategies and

processes for purchasing natural gas and electricity.

+ Collaborate with team of energy professionals to

determine optimal energy strategy for clients.

+ Effectively communicate complex market, regulatory, and

risk management data to clients.

+ Develop strong support relationships with functional

leaders and key site operations personnel across all business units.

+ Influence thought leaders within the organization and

in our suppliers’ organization to identify and implement best practices.

+ Implement Key Supplier Management for the most

important suppliers in these categories.

+ Ensure metrics, governance, and actions are in place

for continuous improvement.

Job Responsibilities:

+ Publish RFP’s, write recommendations, communicate

recommendations to clients, and receive contract signatures at a rate of

around 1 (of each) per week.

+ This role is customer-facing and will require strong

communication and analytical skills.

+ Oversee bill verification and other administrative

processes.

+ Weekly updates to Workflow and Contract Management

Databases.

+ Weekly reporting of completed and planned tasks in

weekly team meetings.

+ Regular communication with Manager and Project

Management (PMO/BPO) organizations.

+ Serve as regional expert, offering regional weekly

market report content and helping to assemble market intelligence

including regional utility shopping rules, standard offer rate

intelligence, etc.

+ Deliver weekly Market Report content for expertise area

by receipt deadline.

+ Fulfill weekly, monthly, and quarterly reports as

required by customers or business processes.

Manage any special or strategic projects

assigned.

Here's What You Need:

+ Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience.

+ Minimum of 2 years’ experience in the areas of energy

procurement, energy markets, utilities, finance, risk management, and/or

quantitative analysis.

Bonus Points:

+ 2 years of project management experience in a corporate

and/or professional services environment (experience in energy or

sustainability preferred but not required).

+ Ability to interface with customers and suppliers via

strong written and verbal communications skills.

+ Strong analytical, problem-solving and multi-tasking

skills.

+ Strong proficiency in Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint.

+ Adaptable working style to conform to the varied

corporate cultures and organizational structures of our customers.

Applicants for

employment in the US must have work authorization that does not now or in the

future require sponsorship of a visa for employment authorization in the United

States and with Accenture.

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