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Public Utility Regulatory Analyst

Recruitment #121226-UNCM-06

Introduction

DO NOT submit an application for this position to Human Capital Management!

 To apply, please follow the directions below:

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:

To apply, submit a resume, cover letter with contact information, and a copy of your most recent evaluation if applicable to the OKLAHOMA CORPORATION COMMISSION, P.O. Box 52000, Oklahoma City, OK 73152-2000, or email to HR3@occemail.com or fax to 405.521.6045 prior to the closing date and time specified below.  If you need assistance for an interview, please call 405.521.3596.

 

 

ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER:  2013-57/LDM             
OCC PIN NUMBER: 18500415        NO. OF VACANCIES: 1  
JOB TITLE:  PUBLIC UTILITY REGULATORY ANALYST   CODE:  7257 
SALARY RANGE:  $42,000 – $50,000
POSTING DATE & TIME:   December 21, 2012               8:00 a.m.
CLOSING DATE & TIME:   January 21, 2013                   4:30 p.m.
FLSA LISTING:    X    EXEMPT        NON-EXEMPT                        EEOC:  Professional
IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:  Fairo Mitchell, Chief of Economic Policy
LOCATION OF WORK:  Public Utility Division
 Jim Thorpe Building  Oklahoma City, OK

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
A bachelor’s degree in economics, finance, accounting, business or a closely related field or an equivalent combination of education and experience, substituting one year of experience in the analysis of utility rates, expenses, revenues and services for each year of the required education, PLUS one year of professional experience in utility accounting, management, cost allocation or utility pricing methodologies OR a master’s degree in economics, finance, accounting, business or a closely related field or a juris doctorate degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
 
TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

• Prepares exhibits, comments, testimony and interrogatories; serves as expert witness in court proceedings; and reviews reports and orders for technical accuracy.
• Interprets state and federal laws and commission rules.
• Analyzes utility applications, reports, financial records and cost studies, and makes recommendations.
• Reviews and develops procedures for and performs fund management, auditing, and requests for funds; performs compliance audits or reviews.
• Performs activities related to education of the public regarding utility service options.
• Researches and performs comparative analyses of public utility issues.

OCC NOTE:  Job assignments and salary will be based on the education and experience of the chosen applicant.  Travel and extended workweek may be required.

Conclusion

Veteran’s preference points apply only for initial appointment in the classified service.



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