Regulatory Analyst - JC 340505 /340551/340570 (SF, SAC, & LA Listing)
Join the Public Advocates Office, a leading voice for utility consumers.
EPP is seeking a PURA II, and will consider a PURA I, to join the Climate Change Initiatives team.
Under the general supervision of the Program and Project Supervisor, the incumbent will serve as a technical and policy analyst. The incumbent will evaluate utility applications and Commission proposals, perform quantitative analyses, evaluate models, and provide written or oral presentations and testimonies making recommendations on behalf of the Public Advocates Office. The incumbent will participate in evidentiary hearings before the Commission, workshops, Procurement Review Group meetings, California Independent System Operator and California Air Resources Board proceedings, and other forums. The successful candidate will work collaboratively with members of the Climate Change Initiatives Section team on a variety of energy policy, analytical, and procurement review issues related to climate change policies. The Public Advocates Office provides an exciting and dynamic environment for an entry level analyst to gain a breadth of experience related to a number of energy policy areas, especially focused on climate change issues at the forefront of today’s most pressing energy goals.
PURA II Salary range: $6,651.00 - $8,322.00 per month
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Application deadline is November 29, 2022
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