Partnership Management Analyst, Senior (Contracts and Reporting)

Requisition ID:  25612

Houston, US, 77056

What You Can Expect

The Partnership Management Team at ENGIE oversees multiple partnerships within our ~6GW operational fleet of Wind, Solar, and Battery Storage assets. These assets are situated in both the United States and Canada, and they operate across various Independent System Operators (ISOs), including ERCOT, SPP, PJM, and MISO. The number of partnerships will expand alongside our rapid growth.  We expect to place in service approximately 2 GW/y over the next decade with the expansion into new ISOs and new technologies.


The Partnership Management Senior Contracts and Reporting Analyst, located in Houston, TX, will be an integral part of the Partnership Management Team. Every day, in this role, you will support the Partnership Management Team in the maintenance of partner relationships by producing reports and other deliverables as required under the partnership agreements, organizing and retaining documents per company policy, refining processes, automating recurring tasks to promote scalability of our operations, liaising with cross-functional teams to meet partner requirements, conducting contract review and ensuring compliance.


  • Play a key role in timeliness and accuracy of key deliverables to our partners including yearly budget, board materials, minutes of board meetings, monthly operating reports
  • Coordinate with Partnership Management Team and other departments to respond to partner inquiries
  • Collaborate across the organization to ensure compliance with partnership agreements regarding reporting, budgetary compliance and communication
  • Lead in the implementation of tools to track and automate compliance
  • Identify and implement opportunities to automate reporting
  • Develop strong understanding of partnership agreements
  • Effective communication to ensure organizational understanding of key contract terms – including contract briefs
  • Perform ad hoc contract analysis to identify and interpret key contract terms
  • Collaborate with other teams to build out effective document retention policies and electronic file structure
  • Participate in partner board meetings including recording of minutes
  • Assist in and manage the Q&A process to effectively market new projects to potential partners



What You Will Bring

  • Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Business, Engineering, Environmental, Business Administration, Economics or Law
  • Minimum five (5) years relevant work experience in the energy sector (oil, gas, energy, or power) 
  • Demonstrated understanding of power facility operations and economics
  • Works well in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented organization with the ability to manage multiple competing priorities on a timely basis with a high degree of accuracy
  • Self-starter and results-driven, comfortable working with limited direction
  • Project management skills for cross-organizational coordination
  • Detail-oriented and works proactively to pursue value creation
  • Superior verbal and written communication skills and high level of attention to detail to work constructively and maintain good relationships with internal and external parties
  • Elevated level of interpersonal skills and ability to work in a team-based environment
  • Analytical with the ability to develop recommended solutions to problems


  • Understanding of commercial energy agreements, partnership agreements (LLCA, JVMA, etc.), and of assets contractual arrangements (LTSA, PPA, OMA, AMA, etc.)
  • Ability to interpret complexity in contracts and accounting rules with a general knowledge of US GAAP and IFRS accounting principles and financial statements  


  • IT aptitude with good Excel, Word, Power Point, and other Microsoft Office skills
  • Desire to advance the adoption and deployment of renewable energy solutions across North America and Canada  



Additional Details

  • This role is eligible for our hybrid work policy; in the Houston, TX
  • Must be willing and able to comply with all ENGIE ethics and safety policies
  • Must be available to travel domestically from time to time to attend board meetings or site visits, as appropriate




Salary Range: $74,500 – $114,195 USD annually


This represents the average expected pay range for a qualified candidate.

Actual offered salary may depend on geography, experience, industry knowledge, education, internal pay alignment, or other bona fide factors.


ENGIE complies with all federal, state, and local minimum wage laws. Actual salary offered may vary depending on geography, experience, education, internal pay alignment, or other bona fide factors. 


In addition to base pay, this position is eligible for a competitive bonus / incentive plan.


Your Talent Acquisition Partner can share more specific information regarding the benefits or the salary for the position based on the work location.


At ENGIE, we take your well-being seriously. Our comprehensive benefits package includes options for medical, dental, vision, life insurance, employer-paid short-term and long-term disability insurance, ESPP, generous paid time off including wellness days, holidays and leave programs. We also help you plan for retirement by offering a 401(k) Retirement Savings Plan with a company match.  But that's not all – we're dedicated to the health and happiness of your entire family, offering supplemental benefits for full time employees that enhance emotional and physical well-being through all stages of life from family forming to caregiver benefits. Explore our benefits package to see how we can support you. Learn more.




ENGIE North America isn’t just participating in the Zero-Carbon Transition, we’re leading it!  Join us as we develop energy that is renewable, efficient, and accessible to everyone.  


At ENGIE, our goal is to support, promote, and thrive on diversity, equity, and inclusion.  We do so for the benefit of our employees, customers, products and services, and community.  ENGIE is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace, and we are firmly committed to creating an equitable and inclusive environment for all employees.


We are committed to providing employees with a work environment free of discrimination and harassment.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, or other legally protected status.


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This role is eligible for sponsorship.


The safety of our employees is our number one priority. All employees at ENGIE have both a duty and the authority to STOP WORK if unsafe acts are observed. 

Business Unit:  GBU Renewables
Division:  REN NORTHAM - US
Legal Entity:  ENGIE North America Inc.
Contract Type:  Permanent
Job Type:  Full - Time
Professional Experience:  Skilled ( >3 experience <15 years)
Education Level:  Bachelor's Degree

Nearest Major Market: Houston