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Deputy Director 6

Organization: Public Utilities Commission of Ohio
Compensation: $26.43-$71.23 /hr
Closing Date:  September 20, 2019
Contact:  Gary Allen, (614) 466-7330 , gary.allen@puco.ohio.gov

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Professional Engineer II

Organization: Colorado Public Service Commission
Compensation: $7,442 - $8,750 /month
Closing Date:  October 10, 2019
Contact:  Doug Dean, (303) 894-2007 , doug.dean@state.co.us

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Program Manager III (CPA)

Organization: South Carolina Public Service Commission
Compensation: $73,421- $135,842 /year
Closing Date:  September 30, 2019
Contact:  Jocelyn Boyd, (803) 896-5100 , jocelyn.boyd@psc.sc.gov

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Public Utility Economist

Organization: South Carolina Public Service Commission
Compensation: $49,594 - $91,755 /year
Closing Date:  September 30, 2019
Contact:  Jocelyn Boyd, (803) 896-5100 , jocelyn.boyd@psc.sc.gov

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Pipeline Safety Inspector

Organization: New Mexico Public Regulation Commission
Compensation: $38,854 - $62,150 /year
Closing Date:  Open until filled
Contact:  Rene Kepler, (505) 827-4324 , renes.kepler@state.nm.us

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Executive Director (NECPUC)

Organization: New England Conference of Public Utilities Commissioners (NECPUC)
Compensation: $90,000 to $120,000 /year
Closing Date:  September 23, 2019
Contact:  Rachel Goldwasser, (603) 856-8690 , rgoldwasser@necpuc.org

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Cyber Security Program Specialist for Public Utility Regulation

Organization: Virginia State Corporation Commission
Compensation: $75,000 - $135,000 /year
Closing Date:  Open until filled
Contact:  Whitney Mays, (804) 371-9053 , whitney.mays@scc.virginia.gov

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Hearing Examiner/Chief Administrative Law Judge

Organization: Regulatory Commission of Alaska
Compensation: $8,305.00 /month
Closing Date: Open until filled
Contact: Valerie Fletcher-Mitchell, (907) 263-2132 , valerie.fletcher-mitchell@alaska.gov

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Utilities Analyst

Organization: Vermont Public Utility Commission
Compensation: $45,635 - $81,786
Closing Date: Open until filled
Contact: Brenda Chamberlin, 802-828-2358, puc.businessmanager@vermont.gov

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Sr. Gas Engineer

Organization: Public Service Commission of the District of Columbia
Compensation: $108,847 - $140,230 /year
Closing Date: September 23, 2019
Contact: Natalie Taylor, (202) 626-5100, ntaylor@psc.dc.gov

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Chief Financial Officer

Organization: SC Office of Regulatory Staff
Compensation: Salary is commensurate with experience
Closing Date: Open until filled
Contact: Joye Lang, (803) 737-0799, jlang@ors.sc.gov

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Senior/Principal Researcher

Organization: National Regulatory Research Institute
Closing Date: Open until filled
Contact: jobs@nrri.org

Job Details:

The National Regulatory Research Institute (NRRI) was founded in 1976 by the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners to serve as the research arm to it and its members, the nation’s public utility commissions.  Our goal is to minimize the transaction costs of governance and to enhance the quality of regulatory decisions by improving the caliber of information in the regulatory process through research, direct support, and training.

We seek an experienced analyst in utility regulation to join NRRI’s staff. The ideal candidate will have at least five years of experience working on regulatory issues at a state public utility, or federal regulatory commission, consulting firm, utility, or stakeholder.  We seek an analyst with expertise in valuation, rate and market design.  An understanding of the electric and gas utility industries is highly desirable.  Strong quantitative and writing skills are highly valued, as is the ability to work well within a collaborative team-oriented environment.  A master’s degree or greater is preferred.


Salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications. The organization offers a generous benefits package.


Washington, D.C.

Instructions to Apply

Please send your letter of interest, resume, a writing sample, salary requirements and the names of three references to jobs@nrri.org.

NARUC Summer Intern – Commission Technical Staff

Organization: Wyoming Public Service Commission
Compensation: $5,000 per 10 weeks
Closing Date: Open Until Filled
Contact: Melisa Mizel, melisa.mizel2@wyo.gov, (307) 777-5706

Job Details:

As part of the Energy Internship Program sponsored by the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissions (NARUC), the Wyoming Public Service Commission (“WPSC”) is seeking a graduate student interested in the energy/utility sector for a ten-week internship.  The selected intern will work at the Wyoming Public Service Commission’s office in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

The WPSC regulates, monitors and investigates the services and operations of electric, natural gas, water, telecommunications and pipeline utilities within the Wyoming. NARUC is the national association representing the State Public Service Commissions who regulate essential utility services, including energy, telecommunications and water. NARUC members are responsible for assuring reliable utility service at fair, just and reasonable rates.

The intern will receive a stipend from NARUC while working at the WPSC in various areas of energy/utility regulation.  NARUC will provide the stipend of $5,000 payable directly to the intern in two installments for the 10-week internship. NARUC requires the intern to prepare an Internship Evaluation Form at the end of the internship, detailing work activities and accomplishments.

General Description of Duties:  Under the direction of the supervisor of the Technical section, conducts research on issues of current regulatory interest to the Commission in the areas of electricity, natural gas, water, pipelines or telecommunications; assists the technical section with the evaluation and analysis of utility company applications filed with the Commission.

Essential Functions: 

  • Under direct supervision, conducts in-depth research on topics of regulatory interest to the Commission, which may include investigation of natural gas, electricity, pipeline, telecommunications, or water regulation issues;
  • Assists technical staff in the analysis, investigation, and evaluation of utility company applications filed with the Commission;
  • Prepares memoranda and briefings on issues of regulatory interest to the Commission; and
  • Assists in preparing recommendations for use by the Commission in its decision-making.

Knowledge and Skills: 

  • Skill in written and oral communications;
  • Knowledge and ability to use computer hardware and software;
  • Ability in the interpretation, evaluation and analysis of financial/statistical and/or engineering information and concepts;
  • Ability to organize and analyze data sets with computer software;
  • Knowledge or courses of study in one or more of the following areas: accounting, business, economics, engineering, statistics or finance; and
  • Ability to work alone or in a team environment.

Minimum Qualifications: 

A bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Accounting, Economics, Statistics, or a related field from an accredited college or university and currently enrolled in/attending graduate school or a recent graduate.

Send resume and cover letter expressing interest in the position to: Wyoming Public Service Commission, 2515 Warren Avenue, Suite 300, Cheyenne, WY 82002, Attention: Melisa Mizel – NARUC Summer Internship, or e-mail the cover letter and resume to: melisa.mizel2@wyo.gov.  

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