Under the direction of the Project and Program Supervisor, the analyst will advise and assist high level decision-makers such as Commissioners, Judges, and Energy Division management. The analyst may act as a team leader and project coordinator on gas projects, which may include technical and economic assessments related to gas reliability issues as well as rate-making and cost allocation. The analyst will make recommendations based on independent analysis of regulatory, policy and technical issues. The analyst will develop analysis for and make recommendations regarding the CPUC’s policy-setting rulemakings via a wide range of work products, review and provide feedback on proposed legislative bills, and/or oversee implementation of programs that result from these CPUC and legislative processes.
The analyst will perform other work as necessary, such as writing and presenting reports, coordinating with other California organizations and agencies (e.g., the California Energy Commission, the California Air Resources Board, California Independent System Operator), and responding to outside inquiries.
$8,225.00 – $10,294.00 per Month