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Job Satisfaction at Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO)
- Average rating for Job Satisfaction, based on 19 reviews7.8 / 10
Please comment on your role and day-to-day responsibilities.
My role mainly involves system modelling, working on system augmentation projects with APA, SCADA configuration, and supporting the control room in trouble shooting.
Good mix of work and projects.
Mix of regular tasks and ad-hoc analysis depending on events occurring in the market and beyond.
Modelling electricity markets, working with large datasets.
Analysing the electricity market and reporting this to more senior people on a daily, weekly and ad-hoc basis. Re-developing the weekly report.
I've been in two rotations and the day-to-day responsibilities have been vastly different. Rotation 1: Markets I was involved in analysing and reporting on the National Electricity Market and various Gas markets, including daily and weekly reports, reports that analysed price volatility. I was also involved in other technical reports as well as some ad hoc project work. Rotation 2: Stakeholder Relations My role is entirely project-based, so day-to-day responsibilities depend on the project I am working on. This role allows me to see how different business units within AEMO interact and also how AEMO interacts with external stakeholders.
I am involved in the testing of user applications which act as interfaces to the markets operated by AEMO.
On a day-to-day basis, our team ensures all our gas market systems are running correctly. In my role, I have specifically worked on emergency management for the east coast gas markets from involuntary curtailment in Victoria, to managing the contingency gas process in the Short Term Trading Markets in Adelaide, Sydney and Brisbane.