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Senior Manager, Wholesale Markets Policy

Location: New York, NY

Department: Revenue & Commodities


This hire would be on MN8’s regulatory and government affairs team and would lead the policy work around competitive markets (ISO/RTOs). They would be the policy principal on both advocacy and commercial diligence work being done by the regulatory and government affairs team related to ISOs/RTOs as well as at FERC.


This hire would spend much of their time engaged in ISO/RTO/FERC processes leading MN8’s advocacy on topics such as:

  • Resource adequacy issues, such as capacity accreditation; demand curves; market structure; and market power mitigation rules
  • Ancillary services issues, such as demand curves; product definitions; and eligibility criteria
  • Transmission system planning issues, such as planning processes; evaluation criteria; cost containment; and cost allocation
  • Generator interconnection issues, such as queue processes; study criteria; and cost allocation

Additionally, they would provide policy diligence support to multiple teams at MN8 driving commercial strategy, including providing inputs and strategic insights to support M&A activity, greenfield development strategy, storage retrofit opportunities, and other commercial and strategic work.


  • 6+ years of experience in the energy sector, with a preference for experience with ISO/RTO market rules and power market modelling
  • Bachelor’s degree is a requirement, with a preference for technical backgrounds (e.g., economics, engineering, math, etc.); more advanced education is valued but not necessary
  • Great organizational skills and attention to detail; ability to juggle and prioritize multiple tasks simultaneously
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to effectively communicate technical information and strategic goals
  • Highly analytical with ability to logically think through complex economic and technical concepts
  • Proactive and forward-thinking attitude and creative problem-solving ability
  • A motivated self-starter who can work independently in a fast paced, entrepreneurial environment


In New York City, the base salary for this position at the time of this posting ranges from $140,000 to $160,000. Within that range, individual compensation varies based on job-related factors including but not limited to experience and training, licensure and certifications and other business and organizational needs.

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