Non-Commodity Analyst | NGP Careers

Non-Commodity Analyst

Full Time – UK

Hi, we're Northern Gas and Power

Salary of between £40,000 – £60,000 (DoE)

Northern Gas and Power (a subsidiary of Global Procurement Group) is an international energy procurement specialist and is the largest energy consultancy in Europe. We guide businesses of all sizes ranging from SMEs to global organisations in purchasing their energy contracts.

We set up comprehensive strategies for organisations to procure their energy contracts; negotiate contracts with energy suppliers; introduce and operate risk management frameworks; collect, check, and analyse invoices; and calculate organisations’ GHG emissions and carbon footprints.

Our consultancy is supported by our unique ClearVUE platform that brings together and visualises information from a global energy portfolio down to the last detail – helping our clients work towards their Net Zero goals and ensuring compliance with climate-related legislation.

Join our global family, with modern and vibrant offices in the UK, France, Malta, India, and Italy. Be part of a team that’s leading the way in energy consultancy and helping businesses make informed decisions about their energy consumption.

The opportunity

As a Non-Commodity Analyst, you will be responsible for managing and developing forecasting models for all non-commodity charges. This will include liaising with internal and external stakeholders to ensure clear understanding of all costs, providing expert insight to the energy market.

What exactly will you do?

  • Produce best in class forecasting of industry costs for NGP customers such as Transmission, Distribution, FiT, RO, EMR and BSUoS, making up around 60% of a customer’s bill.
  • Speak with customers to explain their bill or potential customers to explain our forecast in non-commodity costs.
  • Develop and lead key stakeholder relationships both internally and externally to ensure costs are well understood and communicated to the business.
  • Responsible for production of a certain set of cost forecasts, which include Network and Policy costs.
  • Support and coach and provide day-to-day management and organisation for sales teams and internal developers for customer portals. (note no formal line management responsibility)
  • Provide detailed analysis and modelling expertise to support Industrial and Commercial users with their energy budgets and forecasts.
  • Work with the wider Sales and Customer Service team to enhance its reputation as a commercial centre of excellence, increasingly providing leadership of this tasks.
  • Maintain an understanding of the wholesale energy markets, becoming a recognised expert within the team.
  • Act as delegate for Costing and Risk manager as required.

What we’re looking for

  • Interest and passion for industry costs
  • Strong reputation developed with stakeholders at all levels of the organisation.
  • Several years’ experience in the energy industry, ideally in commercial roles
  • Exceptional Analytical Skills with the ability to drive analytical techniques to improve business decisions and provide recommendations on such to management.
  • Well developed Excel and Microsoft Office skills and interest in new technologies.
  • Self starter with ability to work independently, able to scope and drive their own and more junior colleagues work
  • Experience of senior stakeholder management growing, being highly regarded around the business

Bonus points

  • Growing knowledge and experience of the energy industry (trading, upstream, retail and solutions)
  • Wide ranging expertise in statistical techniques, e.g. regression modelling, monte carlo simulation, stochastic modelling, option theory, delta hedging growing to be recognised as an expert in the department at these.

What’s in it for you?

  • Industry-leading compensation package: Salary of between £40,000 – £60,000 (DoE)
  • Rapidly growing user base: Work directly with some of the UK’s largest, fastest growing, and most innovative companies.
  • Learn from industry-leading experts: We have cultivated some of best talent in the industry, allowing you to supercharge your career progression and learn from the best minds out there.
  • Work-life balance: No late finishes, keep your plans with friends and family.
  • Career growth: We enjoy promoting from within!
  • Northern Gas and Power are recognised as a Real Living Wage Employer
  • Unrivalled perks(including but not limited to):
    • Additional time off in December (incentivised)
    • Company getaways and retreats abroad!
    • Exclusive discounts on dining at selected restaurants!
    • Cinema society membership
    • Company health plan with Simplyhealth
    • Festival and Event tickets (including Silverstone, Wimbledon, Tomorrowland, Lost & Found, Champions League and many more!!)


Diversity in our heritage, inclusion in our future.

NGP is a Disability Confident employer and is committed to inclusion and diversity. We welcome applications from people with a disability or long-term health condition.

We do our utmost at Northern Gas and Power, part of Global Procurement Group (GPG) to value our People for who they truly are. We want all our colleagues to feel free to be themselves at work.

Our People Strategy reflects our vision of an attractive and diverse organisation. Between all our companies, our colleagues make up over 30 nationalities from five countries around the globe.

We’re building a welcoming workplace where we recognise, respect, and celebrate each other’s stories. Be part of our story. Be you at NGP. #BeYouAtNGP


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You must have evidence of the right to work in the country you are applying. Certain roles may require applicants to undergo a criminal record check and/or credit check. This will be confirmed to you during the recruitment process accordingly. We have a written policy on the recruitment of ex-offenders and a copy of the policy can be requested prior to your application should you wish.

t:  0191 478 9504

Please Note
Due to the high number of applicants if you have not heard back from us within 2 weeks of applying, please consider your application unsuccessful on this occasion. If your skills and competencies develop we would be happy to see a further application from you at that time. We welcome people to apply again after a period of 6 months.

  • If you are interested in the role, please submit your details and a member of our recruitment team will be in touch!