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Commission on Electric Utility Regulation Published: January 22, 2024 (3 months ago)
Location
Richmond, Virginia
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Category
Industry
State Government
Salary
$120,000-$140,000
Salary Type
Per Year
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The Commission on Electric Utility Regulation (CEUR) is recruiting for an Executive Director in Richmond, VA. CEUR is a legislative commission established in § 30-201 of the Code of Virginia by the Virginia General Assembly focusing on the aggregate annual new construction and development of new utility-owned and utility-operated generating facilities utilizing energy derived from sunlight; the integration of utility-owned renewable electric generation resources with the utility’s electric distribution grid; the aggregate additional utility-owned and utility-operated generating facilities utilizing energy derived from sunlight placed in operation since July 1, 2018; the need for additional generation of electricity utilizing energy derived from sunlight in order to meet the objective of the General Assembly on or before July 1, 2028; and the aggregate annual new construction or purchase of energy storage facilities. The CEUR is charged with monitoring the State Corporation Commission’s implementation of the Virginia Electric Utility Regulation Act (§ 56-576 et seq. of the Code of Virginia) and overseeing the issuance of ratepayer impact statements for electric utility regulation pursuant to § 30-205.1 of the Code of Virginia. The Executive Director works closely with CEUR legislative members and leads the CEUR staff of up to five professionals to fulfill these responsibilities.

A preferred candidate will have an advanced degree in public policy, electrical engineering, political science, sociology, economics, social work, or a related field; at least five years of experience as an electric utility policy analyst or researcher within state government; at least four years of management and leadership experience; and knowledge of quantitative and qualitative research methods, experience using statistical software, and an ability to use online or large databases.
The Commission on Electric Utility Regulation offers a competitive salary and benefits package that includes the state’s health insurance, life insurance, and retirement programs. Employees receive paid sick leave, personal leave, and annual leave, in addition to the state’s 12+ paid holidays each year.

Salary Range: $120,000 -$140,000 annually

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