California Public Utilities Commission


The CPUC regulates services and utilities, protects consumers, safeguards the environment, and assures Californians' access to safe and reliable utility infrastructure and services. The essential services regulated include electric, natural gas, telecommunications, water, railroad, rail transit, and passenger transportation companies. We have a diverse, hard-working team and are looking for great talent!

Full time
California Public Utilities Commission Hybrid (San Francisco, CA, USA)
Job Description And Duties Join the Public Advocates Office, a leading voice for utility consumers. Apply your leadership, technical, and analytical skills to promote utility safety and protect Californians. Help advocate to ensure that electric and gas customers receive safe and reliable service. We are looking for candidates with the initiative and desire to make a difference advocating for the interests of California ratepayers regarding electricity distribution planning and infrastructure. Please join our team! The Senior Utilities Engineer (SUE) will conduct complex engineering work within the Public Advocates Office. The SUE will be assigned duties and responsibilities that are commensurate with their background, training, and experience. The SUE will have a leadership role in the Distribution Planning and Policy Section of the Energy Infrastructure Branch. The SUE will perform a wide variety of project management, economic/policy research and analysis, and...

Full time
California Public Utilities Commission Hybrid (Sacramento, CA, USA)
The position may be filled in either Sacramento, San Francisco or Los Angeles location. Job Description And Duties Under the general direction of the Chief of Staff, this position will have broad responsibility for policy formulation and recommendations that directly relate to the Commission’s regulatory program, as well as advancing the policy objectives of the office. The CEA may also have responsibility for coordinating the work of the administrative staff and other advisors in the office, at the direction of the Chief of Staff. The CEA will advise the Commissioner in handling matters related to energy, telecommunications, water and/or transportation utilities and general Commission policy, governance, modernization, and administration. The advisor will handle meetings, correspondence, speech-writing, case management, and agenda matters on behalf of the Commissioner, with a high degree of responsibility. Department Information The California Public...