Career Prospects for Energy Risk Professionals (ERP)
When you complete your ERP risk certification fro GARP, you not only become an expert in the subject, but also greatly improve your career prospects. With the increasing global energy requirements, the demand for trained energy risk professionals is increasing. This article briefly looks at the career options for ERP professionals.
The energy risk professionals are employed in a variety of industries such as:
Energy companies: These include oil, power, natural gas and LNG, and renewables.
Financial Institutions: These include commercial and investment banks, asset management firms, and hedge funds.
Apart from energy and financial companies, other industries that employ ERPs are consulting, technology, and Government firms.
What do Energy Risk professionals do?
The energy risk professionals perform a variety of job roles involving identifying, measuring, and managing the risk related to energy products and industry. Examples of job titles for energy risk professionals are: risk analyst, risk manager, energy consultant, and chief risk officer.
The following is a sample job description for an energy risk manager:
- Perform and manage energy risk management engagements related to front, middle, and back Office operations
- Review and document energy processes including the identification of internal control weaknesses
- Analyze and assess activities related to energy companies, including targeting services to clients based on pre-existing client relationships, directing client needs assessments, targeting prospective engagements, developing proposals, and negotiating project contracts
- Develop and support Risk Management Models for use in the Production of client deliverables
- Write and present to clients clear and concise reports and presentations containing meaningful recommendations and participate in the proposal process for potential engagements
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