As a high-level analyst, you will develop and implement major programs relating to utility regulation. This includes reviewing and writing recommendations on Purchased Power and Fuel Adjustors, Energy Efficiency Implementation Plans, Renewable Energy Plans, Integrated Resource Plans, and rate design; and participating in utility cases, sometimes as the lead staff person. This will involve participation in working groups and task forces, presenting testimony at hearings, speaking at Open Meetings and other public forums.
* Considerable knowledge of the application of federal and state statutes, rules and regulations, and policies and procedures of the Arizona Corporation Commission, Federal Communications Commission, and Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to docketed filings and special projects;
* Broad knowledge of the current issues in electric, gas, water and telecommunications industries in Arizona, the United States and globally;
* Bachelor’s degree or higher in economics, statistics, accounting, business, public policy, energy or related field;
* Ability to analyze economic, operations, and financial data using various statistical methods;
* Ability to prepare written reports and present oral testimony that clearly explains and supports findings and recommendations;
* Excellent oral communication skills, including ability to testify in formal proceedings and making public presentations; and
* Proficient skills in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and statistical modeling.
About Arizona Corporation Commission
The Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) is one of the most unique state agencies in Arizona and one of only 13 public utility commissions in the country where commissioners are elected. Established by the Arizona Constitution, the ACC is a medium-sized agency with offices in Phoenix and Tucson. Our mission is diverse—spanning utility rate making; securities registration and enforcement; rail and pipeline safety; and corporate business filings—and we boast an average employment tenure of nearly 10 years. Learn more by visiting www.azcc.gov.