Energy Division Recruiting 

 

Below is a list of resources to help you get started on your Energy Division career.

  

Current Job Openings

  

JC-299278 - Senior Energy Policy Analyst; PUBLIC UTILITIES REGULATORY ANALYST IV: Final Filing Date: 6/28/2022

JC-312472 - Energy Policy Analyst; PUBLIC UTILITIES REGULATORY ANALYST III: Final Filing Date: 7/5/2022

JC-312482 - Renewable Energy Analyst; PUBLIC UTILITIES REGULATORY ANALYST V: Final Filing Date: 7/5/2022

JC-313190  -  Renewable Energy Analyst ; PUBLIC UTILITIES REGULATORY ANALYST IV : Final Filing Date: 7/8/2022

JC-313668  -  Public Utilities Regulatory Analyst I ; PUBLIC UTILITIES REGULATORY ANALYST I : Final Filing Date: 7/13/2022

JC-314298  -  Senior Regulatory Analyst ; PUBLIC UTILITIES REGULATORY ANALYST V : Final Filing Date: 7/14/2022

JC-314315  -  Public Utilities Regulatory Analyst V ; PUBLIC UTILITIES REGULATORY ANALYST V : Final Filing Date: 7/24/2022

For all CPUC Job Openings, please visit the CalCareers website.

Energy Division Open House Sessions

 

The platform on which the Energy Division Open House Sessions will be held is WebEx. Please make sure you're signed up for a WebEx account if you have not already done so.

Energy Division Virtual open house sessions on the following dates and times:

TBD - Please check again at a later date. Thank you.

Please RSVP by emailing us at EnergyDivisionRecruiting@cpuc.ca.gov. Details regarding how to join a live open house web conference will be emailed to you after you RSVP.

You may also email us at EnergyDivisionRecruiting@cpuc.ca.gov with any questions.

About Energy Division

 

The more than 200 member staff of the California Public Utilities Commission's Energy Division administers the policies that guide California’s nation-leading efforts in reliability, energy efficiency, customer-side energy generation, renewable energy, and the fight against climate change. Among many other initiatives, we will be working to implement Senate Bill (SB) 350, the Clean Energy and Pollution Reduction Act of 2015, which codifies the goals to double the rate of energy efficiency savings in California buildings and to generate half of the state’s electricity from renewable sources by 2030.

 

To support Energy Division’s legal mandates, we hire professionals with backgrounds in many fields including Public Policy, Public Administration, Economics, Finance, Political Science, Engineering, Environmental Studies, Law, and Business. We hire professionals with various levels of education and experience (BA/BSs, BEngs, MPAs, MBAs, MEMs, MSs and PhDs). These professionals fill various levels of Public Utilities Regulatory Analyst (PURA) and Utilities Engineer job classifications.

 

Before you are selected to become an Energy Division Professional, you will compete in an open, competitive civil service examination process, to establish eligibility for your targeted employment classification (generally PURA or Utilities Engineer).

 

Join The CPUC’s Energy Division Team

What Does The Process Of Applying For A CPUC Job Entail?

 

  • Seven Steps to Permanent Employment - click here.

  • Please be sure to include complete information in the application form (STD 678) that will demonstrate your meeting minimum qualifications (i.e. to show number of years of progressively responsible technical research experience in a related field) for the Public Utilities Regulatory Analyst classification series. Same guidance to Utility Engineers (UE minimum qualifications) and Senior Utility Engineers (SUE minimum qualifications). 

    DO NOT
    rely on uploaded resume document(s) or your prior completion of exam(s) for the classification series to show your experience as adequate to meet minimum qualifications. 

 

Energy Division Classifications


Public Utilities Regulatory Analyst Staff: (PURA I, II, III, IV, V)


Utilities Engineer Staff: (
UESUE, SUE Specialist)

Management Staff: Program Project Supervisor (PPS), Program Manager (PM), Career Executive Assignment (CEA)

 

Administrative and Support Staff: (MST, SSA, AGPA, SSMI)

 

Recruitment Resources

 

Recruiting PowerPoint Slides

 

Functional Org Chart

 

Energy Division jobs

 

Energy Division internships

 

For more information regarding Energy Division Recruiting, please email 'EnergyDivisionRecruiting@cpuc.ca.gov'.