Public Utility Financial Analyst 3 or 4 (PUFA 3 or 4)
MN Department of Commerce
Location: St. Paul, Minnesota
Type: Full Time
Salary: PUFA 3/4 $65,918 to $104,964
Our benefits aim to balance four key elements that make life and work meaningful: health and wellness, financial well-being, professional development, and work/life harmony. As an employee, your benefits may include:
Public pension plan
Training and professional development
Paid vacation and sick leave
11 paid holidays each year
Paid parental leave
Low-cost medical and dental coverage
Prescription drug coverage
Wellness programs and resources
Employer paid life insurance
Short-term and long-term disability
Health care spending and savings accounts
Dependent care spending account
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Federal Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness Program
Programs, resources and benefits eligibility varies based on type of employment, agency, funding availability, union/collective bargaining agreement, location, and length of service with the State of Minnesota.
4 Year Degree
2 openings available.
Telecommuting is allowed.
Internal Number: 70991
Go to: https://mn.gov/mmb/careers/
Job Id 70991
This vacancy is being posted at 2 job classes: Public Utility Financial Analyst (PUFA) 3 and PUFA 4. Final job class will be determined based on successful applicant's qualifications. Up to two positions may be filled from this posting.
Hybrid work environment with potential for significant telework.
The main function of the Energy Regulation and Planning Unit of the Minnesota Department of Commerce is to intervene, on behalf of public interest, in matters before the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission relating to gas and electric utility rates, supply adequacy, and services. This position will conduct analyses, prepare reports, and defend the Department’s position on revenue requirements, rate of return, public utility accounting/tax issues, cost recovery methods, conservation, resource planning, service policies, renewable energy, distributed generation, regional/federal issues, and other issues.