Public Policy Manager – Regulatory
Partial Remote – Employee, Full-Time
Public Policy Manager – Regulatory
With electric vehicles (EV’s) expected to be 25% of new vehicle sales by 2025 and more than 50% by 2040, electric mobility is becoming a reality. ChargePoint is at the center of this revolution, powering the world’s leading EV charging network and most complete set of hardware, software and mobile solutions for every EV charging need. We bring together drivers, businesses, automakers, policymakers, utilities and other stakeholders to make e-mobility a reality globally.
Our fanatical focus on charging and 10+ years in business has made us an industry leader. Supported by $538 million from investors including American Electric Power, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, Chevron Technology Ventures, Clearvision, Daimler Trucks & Buses, GIC, Quantum Energy Partners, BMW i Ventures, Braemar Energy Ventures, Linse Capital, and Siemens, ChargePoint offers a once-in-a-lifetime chance to be part of creating an all-electric future and a trillion-dollar market. Join the team that is building the EV charging industry and make your mark on how people and goods will get everywhere they need to go, in any context, for generations to come.
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Public Policy Manager is responsible for executing on regulatory objectives to promote ChargePoint’s network and products and advance transportation electrification. Must be goal-motivated, adaptable in a start-up/early stage environment, a strategic thinker, and detail-oriented. Successful candidates will have experience engaging with public utility commissions or other regulatory forums, analyzing electricity rates, and drafting comments on utility filings.
Duties and Responsibilities
Track, monitor, and analyze state legislation, regulatory filings, and other EV policy to develop ChargePoint policy positions and strategy for response.
Develop written and oral regulatory comments, testimony, and presentations.
Coordinate with internal teams and consultants on messaging, policy development, and strategy.
Represent ChargePoint in public policy forums, including PUC hearings and stakeholder meetings, in coordination with ChargePoint policy directors and outside regulatory counsel.
Experience in energy policy and regulatory processes. This includes knowledge of electric utilities and their business models, ability to analyze electricity rates and conduct financial modeling, and demonstrated knowledge of electric vehicle charging or distributed energy technologies (such as solar and energy efficiency).
Minimum of 4 years of experience in utility policy or regulatory affairs.
Track record of successfully navigating regulatory proceedings.
Ability to speak and write clearly, accurately and persuasively.
Ability to effectively work under tight deadlines and manage projects independently.
Resourcefulness in solving problems with limited resources.
Excellent people skills and an upbeat and enthusiastic attitude.
Strong organizational skills and keen attention to detail.
Strong computer skills including Excel and PowerPoint.
Ability to travel frequently as needed.
Bachelor’s degree required. Legal, business, economics, or public policy degree preferred but not required.
Engineering , Environmental & Green , Government & Politics , Legal
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