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Utility Analyst

Filsinger Energy Partners (FEP) is an independent energy advisory firm consisting of senior executives and experts recognized across the industry. Our professionals combine decades of experience in the power sector with contemporary research and advanced analytics. FEP offers unparalleled expertise in valuation, restructuring, expert testimony, power market analysis, interim management, independent engineering and risk management for the energy, industrial and manufacturing industries. 


Duties and Responsibilities

The Utility Analyst will primarily perform infrastructure inspections for clients and will work closely with an integrated team to perform a wide range of assignments for clients in the energy sector, including:

  • Support senior level electric utility personnel in inspecting distribution and transmission assets to confirm compliance with regulatory and utility standards.

  • Safely operate a motor vehicle for travel to assigned work areas.

  • Conduct electric utility distribution and transmission field inspections.

  • Conduct electric utility distribution and transmission aerial photograph desktop inspections.

  • Identification of electric transmission, substation, and distribution facility components.

  • Document and report equipment/conditions that do not comply with applicable standards.

  • Analyze data and photographs collected during field and desktop inspections.

  • Prepare reports and presentations related to field and desktop findings.

  • Audit completed inspections to verify compliance with standards.

  • This position may be based out of the Denver office or based in a remote location with extensive travel to client sites.



  • Knowledge of electric transmission, substation, and distribution facilities

  • Strong commitment to workplace safety

  • Competence proving quality assurance/quality control for all work projects submitted to stakeholders

  • Effective verbal and written communication skills

  • Interpersonal skills that include a teamwork attitude with a focus on meeting stakeholder need while striving for an enjoyable work environment for all FEP staff 



  • At least a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering with a focus on power;

  • 1-3 Years’ experience in the utility sector

  • MS Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)


Compensation Range

The estimated compensation range for this position is $65,000 to $90,000 year for a full-time, exempt position.  FEP takes into consideration a candidate’s education, training, and experience, as well as the employee’s work location.


Benefits Summary

  • Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance

  • Disability, Life and AD&D Insurance

  • Paid Time Off

  • 401(k) with company contribution

  • Flexible spending account

  • Health savings account

  • Discretionary Bonus based on firm and individual performance

  • Referral program and Employee discounts

  • Employee assistance program 

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