Regulatory Submissions Analyst & Document Controller

  • Job Reference: 00038655-1
  • Date Posted: 14 November 2023
  • Location: Glasgow
  • Salary: £31,238 to £39,048
  • Sector: Information Technology (IT)
  • Job Type: Permanent

Job Description

Regulatory Submissions Analyst & Document Controller

ScottishPower HQ, Glasgow

Salary circa £41,800 per annum

Flexible & Hybrid working pattern

Closing Date: 24 November 23



Help us create a better future, quicker

SP Energy Networks (SPEN) has kicked off an ambitious security transformation programme to transparently reduce risk, achieve compliance with NIS regulations and deliver a cyber resilient business, the Regulatory Submissions Analyst & Document Controller will be essential in achieving our goals.


As a key member of the Cyber Programme Office, the postholder ensures that frameworks meet regulatory requirements whilst monitoring regulatory developments and updates within the industry as part of risk reporting projects.


A Regulatory Submissions Analyst & Document Controller supports the NIS Programme Office Manager to deliver SPEN's Regulatory Cyber obligations including RIIO-2 re-openers, PCD and RRP reporting and annual NIS Improvement Plan updates.  



What you'll be doing

Works and collaborates across SPEN to manage and communicate the Regulatory obligations which requires interfaces with a variety of internal and external stakeholders.  


Support the NIS Programme Manager to work collaboratively with the Regulator to ensure that delivery plans and submissions are understood and in line with Regulatory requirements.


Oversee and performs the full range of activities associated with document management work on a Projects.


Coordinate execution of the document management plan and procedures.


Collaborates within the department and the stakeholders, to ensure work processes are aligned with project processes, contractual and regulatory requirements.


Ensure document management deliverables are understood and delivered to contract, quality, and schedule requirements.


Ensures the correct implementation, utilisation, maintenance and use of the Document Management processes, systems, and tools.



What you'll bring

  • Relevant HND or Degree level qualification.

  • Previous Regulatory Submissions Analyst experience.

  • Proven ability to work within a changing workload to agreed timescales.

  • Be a proficient IT user on word, Excel and a recognised database software package.



What's in it for you

As well as a competitive salary which is reviewed annually, you can also enjoy a number of other benefits. With our pension scheme, we'll double match your contribution up to a company contribution of 10%. 


At ScottishPower, we believe it's the little things we do in life that make a big difference. From helping you look after your family's wellbeing, save for your future and take personal steps for climate action - our benefits are designed to help you do just that -  so that you have everything you need to take care of your world - today and tomorrow. That's why our benefits include:

  • 36 days annual leave
  • Holiday purchase - perfect your work/life balance with extra annual leave
  • Share Incentive Plan and Sharesave Scheme
  • Payroll giving and charity matched funding
  • Technology Vouchers - save more and spread the cost of your technology purposes
  • Count us in - pledge to reduce carbon emissions and help fight climate change
  • Electric Vehicle Schemes - to help you transition to green/clean driving
  • Cycle to Work scheme and public transport season ticket loans
  • Options to purchase dental insurance, private medical insurance, health cash plan and annual health assessments
  • Life Assurance (4x salary)
  • Access to nudge' financial wellbeing support
  • Plus shopping, leisure, restaurant and gym discounts, and unique employee deals on travel insurance and more



Why SP Energy Networks

SP Energy Networks is part of the Iberdrola Group, one of the world's largest integrated utility companies and a world leader in wind energy. We keep electricity flowing to homes and businesses through Central and Southern Scotland, North Wales and in the North West of England. We operate over 4000km of cables and lines that make-up the transmission network - connecting infrastructure like wind farms into the electricity system. It's a role that puts us right at the heart of Scotland's ambition to be Net Zero by 2044. And we're taking it very seriously. We're investing £5.5 billion into our transmission network, directly supporting the rapid growth needed in renewable energy. With diverse opportunities across our businesses and a commitment to invest in our own internal talent, ScottishPower can offer people real career opportunities that meet personal and professional goals, in a global organisation.


Inclusion, diversity, and a social purpose are at the heart of everything we do. Together with our values, they bring us together into a stronger, more sustainable business with direct links to the communities we serve. It takes all kinds of people to build a large-scale business like ours, so whatever your background, you'll fit right in.


We are committed to providing reasonable support or adjustments in our recruiting processes for candidates with disabilities, long term conditions, mental health conditions, or who are neurodivergent or require pregnancy-related support. If you need support, please reach out to careers .