Smart-Grid Cost of Revenue Analyst 7 views


EnerNOC, a leading provider of demand response and energy efficiency solutions, has an immediate need for a Cost of Revenue Analyst to join our world-class Finance organization. The Cost of Revenue Analyst will serve as one of the resident Finance team experts on our demand response programs. As a Boston-based Cost of Revenue Analyst, your first mission will be to develop an understanding of EnerNOC’s internal finance and accounting systems and various demand response programs. Revenue for our company is generated by utilities that pay us for reducing energy. Our COGS component comes from paying those commercial and industrial end users that utilize our systems to control and monitor their reduction of energy. We’ll look to this individual to ensure both that our utility customers are paying us correctly and also that we’re making accurate payments to those using our systems. Communication and cross departmental cohesion are vital in this position, and the Cost of Revenue Analyst will enjoy the ability to work with a variety of teams to discuss the inputs and outputs of his/her work. Candidates with a highly detailed and investigative mindset who enjoy transaction-intensive data analysis will thrive in this role and find their efforts rewarded with the excitement that comes both from making a difference and having an immediate impact on our business.

Key Responsibilities:
Driving the customer payments process, to ensure accurate and timely demand response payments
Supporting our Account Management, Customer Care, and Sales teams to deliver excellent customer service regarding demand response payments
Maintaining accurate records for our largest income statement and balance sheet accounts
Assisting with the monthly, quarterly, and annual financial close process as it relates to demand response
Implementing processes to manage new demand response programs and monitor any contract exceptions
Collaborating with other departments to ensure that the inputs to revenue and customer payment calculations are accurate
Capturing best practices and lessons learned following each quarterly payment cycle to feed continuous improvements in process, tools, communication and training
Executing ad hoc analysis and projects as needed to inform management decision making
Required Qualifications:
Minimum of B.A. or B.S. undergraduate degree required
1-2 years in accounting, finance, or related field
Exemplary oral and written communication skills
Ability to manage a high volume of transactional activity calmly and effectively
A drive to provide excellent customer service
Excellent time management and prioritization skills
Focus on attention to detail
Self-motivation and the ability to work in a fast paced, forward moving environment
Desired Qualifications:
Prior experience within and/or passion for the clean tech industry
Experience managing workflows through and Netsuite, as well Microsoft Excel Skills


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