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Energy System Analyst

  • Full Time
  • Salem, Ore,
  • $6,318-$9,737 per month
  • Posting End Date: June 27, 2024

Website Oregon Public Utility Commission

Wage or Salary:
$6,318-$9,737 per month

What you will do as an Energy Systems Analyst:

Provides expert analysis and recommendations on technical and operational issues related to transmission and distribution system costs, risks, and assets. In this capacity, the incumbent serves as a primary subject matter expert for evaluating regulatory issues, policies, and system adequacy or performance encompassing not only economic-focused rate making principles, but also the holistic electrical utility system theory, generally accepted engineering practices, current facilities, operational practices, and trends in utility equipment and operations, which informs the Commission’s decision making and regulatory practices.

What we are looking for:

A Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Engineering Technologies, Physical Sciences, or a closely related degree AND four years of professional-level work experience applying utility system principles to the analysis and operations of utility Transmission and Distribution systems.

OR

Seven years of work experience applying utility system principles to the design and operations of utility Transmission and Distribution systems; four of which must have been at the professional-level.

A Master’s degree in Engineering, Engineering Technologies, Physical Sciences, or a closely related degree will substitute for one year of the professional-level work experience.

A Doctorate degree in Engineering, Engineering Technologies, Physical Sciences, or a closely related degree will substitute for two years of the professional-level work experience.

As a State of Oregon agency, we offer:

•                    Benefit plans that pay up to 99 percent of the premium for health-related coverage of employees and dependents.

•                    Membership in the Oregon Public Employees Retirement System retirement plan.

•                    Eleven (11) paid holidays per year; 24 hours of personal leave per year; vacation leave earned at a minimum rate of 8 hours per month and sick leave earned at a rate of 8 hours per month; and many other benefits.

If you have federal student loan debt, then you might benefit from the Student Loan Forgiveness Program. If you make 120 qualifying payments on your student loan while working full-time for a qualifying employer, your student loan debt may be forgiven.

How to Apply: Apply on our website!

Questions/Need Help?

If you need assistance to participate in the application process, including an accommodation request under the Americans with Disabilities Act contact PUC Human Resource Analyst Jessica Leedham at 503-580-5740

Veterans: Eligible Veterans who meet the qualifications will be given Veterans’ preference.

The PUC is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer Committed to Workforce Diversity

 

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