Deputy Executive Director, Energy and Climate Policy

$7,781 - $18,850 monthly
  • California Public Utilities Commission
  • Los Angeles, CA, USA
  • Jan 05, 2022
Full time Government Management

Job Description

About the Position

Under the direction of the Executive Director, the Deputy Executive Director for Energy and Climate Policy leads the Commission’s energy policy, programs, and regulatory work designed to meet California’s goals for clean energy in response to climate change. The Deputy Executive Director is responsible for management of the Energy Division Directors, developing policy, implementing programs, and ensuring the effective regulation of energy utilities serving California. The position reports to the Executive Director, and works with all Commissioners, the Governor’s office, the Legislature, external stakeholders, and senior management within the CPUC. The incumbent also acts as the Commission’s energy regulation leader with the utility industry, stakeholder groups, and other state and federal energy regulatory agencies.

About the CPUC

The California Public Utilities Commission (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.


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