Employment Opportunities

Administrative Law Judge

Organization: Public Utility Commission of Texas
Description: Perform highly complex administrative hearing work in the Commission Advising and Docket Management Division to include processing and presiding over electric, telecommunications, and water utility cases. Work under limited supervision with considerable latitude for initiative and independent judgment.

Salary: $5,156.00 - $5,416.67/mo
Closing Date: July 31, 2014
Contact: Human Resources (recruiter@puc.texas.gov)
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Attorney, Senior

Organization: Mississippi Public Service Commission

State Agency seeks applicants for Senior Attorney. Must hold a law degree and be a member, or commit to becoming a member, in good standing of the Mississippi State Bar Association. applicants shall have practiced law for at least five years. Experience in public utility regulation preferred.

Salary: $47,100.00 - $82,425.00
Closing Date: August 1, 2014
Contact: shawn.shurden@psc.state.ms.us
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Staff Attorney

Organization: Vermont Public Service Board






The Vermont Public Service Board seeks to fill a Staff Attorney position.  The Public Service Board regulates electric, energy efficiency, natural gas, telecommunications and water utilities in Vermont.  Issues decided by the Board include, among others:  siting of utility facilities and non-utility renewable generation facilities; utility rates and other financial matters; and renewable energy, energy efficiency and telecommunications policies. 


The Staff Attorney position offers a unique chance to participate in Vermont's regulatory process that implements major policy decisions which often have statewide, regional, and national significance.  See http://psb.vermont.gov  Specific duties include reviewing utility-related filings; drafting proposed rules; assisting in the development of Board policy on utility-related matters; presiding over contested cases as a quasi-judicial hearing officer, with responsibility to identify significant issues; conducting thorough hearings in a fair, professional, judicious manner; preparing comprehensive proposed decisions that resolve all critical issues; and assisting the Board in evaluating the proposed decisions.  The attorney would also advise the Board in cases that the Board hears directly, with responsibility to identify, research, and analyze significant issues, manage the procedural elements of the cases, work as part of a team, and draft the Board's orders.


Judicial temperament, excellent writing and analytical skills are required.  A strong candidate will have prior experience in utility regulation or related areas, including the telecommunications or energy industries or administrative law.  The Board also highly values experience with financial or business decision-making, facility siting and permitting, and public policy analysis and formulation.


Candidates must be admitted (or eligible for admission) to the Vermont Bar.


Salary is commensurate with applicant's background and experience in accordance with the State of Vermont's Attorney Pay Plan. The pay plan can be found at http://humanresources.vermont.gov/sites/dhr/files/Documents/Compensation/DHR-Attorney_Pay_Plan.pdf


The State of Vermont offers an excellent total compensation package. Position open until filled.  To apply, submit resume, cover letter and writing sample to Business Manager, Vermont Public Service Board, People's United Bank Building, 4th Floor, 112 State Street, Montpelier, VT 05620-2701, or via e-mail to psb.businessmanager@state.vt.us.


The State of Vermont is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Closing Date: August 31, 2014
Contact: psb.businessmanager@state.vt.us


Organization: Government of the District of Columbia Washington, DC

Duties This position is located in the Office of People¿s Counsel, Litigation Services Division. The employee in this position works primarily on advising the Office of the People¿s Counsel on a variety of matters related to electrical and natural gas distribution networks. The Electrical Engineer functions as a technical advisor to and under the general direction and supervision of the Director of Litigation on matters pertaining to electrical energy efficiency and conservation, and electrical system safety, reliability and quality of service. Knowledge of emerging issues related to undergrounding of electrical distribution network, the implementation of Advanced Metering Infrastructure and natural gas pipeline replacement.

Qualifications Selective Placement Factor #1: Utility meter systems operations experience is preferred Specialized Experience: Experience that equipped the applicant with the particular knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform successfully the duties of the position, and that is typically in or related to the work of the position to be filled. Two (2) four (4) years of experience is required. Education Requirement: B.S. in Electrical Engineering from accredited four (4) year college.

Salary: $74,171$ 95,564
Closing Date: November 18, 2014
Contact: Office of the People's Counsel (hr@opcdc. gov)
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Financial Examiner

Organization: Texas Office of Public Utility Counsel
Description: Identifies, analyzes, and evaluates accounting and financial issues for electric, water and wastewater, and telecommunications utilities.  Prepares written testimony, comments, recommendations, and other written materials pursuant to these analyses, and is responsible for the verbal defense of written materials in the appropriate regulatory venue.  Works under the direction of the Deputy Public Counsel.

Salary: 5,417 – 6,250
Closing Date: December 31, 2014
Contact: Melissa Silguero (melissa.silguero@opuc.texas.gov)
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