The Economic and Customer and Economic Regulation function within Irish Water comprises a team of circa 14 professional and expert resources. It is the primary point of engagement between Irish Water and its Economic Regulator, the Commission for the Regulation of Utilities, (CRU). It is responsible for setting and managing customer and economic regulatory work programmes with the CRU, development of policy, economic regulatory control and interaction with key stakeholders to influence economic and customer regulation and legislation in relation to Irish Water. The function works closely with the Irish Water Management team and the Ervia Group Commercial and Regulation function in developing and supporting the embedding of regulatory decisions and practices within Irish Water.

Reporting to the Tariff Manager for Irish Water, the Economic Tariff Development Specialist will assist the Tariff Manager in providing analysis on the structure and application of regulated tariffs and regulated revenue streams, provide economic analysis of domestic and non-domestic consumption patterns, and assist in developing tariffing policy and tariff application rules.

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