Based in San Francisco, Pacific Gas and Electric Company, a subsidiary of PG&E Corporation (NYSE:PCG), is one of the largest combined natural gas and electric utilities in the United States. And we deliver some of the nation's cleanest energy to our customers in Northern and Central California. For PG&E, "Together, Building a Better California" is not just a slogan. It's the very core of our mission and the scale by which we measure our success. We know that the nearly 16 million people who do business with our company count on our more than 24,000 employees for far more than the delivery of utility services. They, along with every citizen of the state we call home, also expect PG&E to help improve their quality of life, the economic vitality of their communities, and the prospect for a better future fueled by clean, safe, reliable and affordable energy.
Pacific Gas and Electric Company is an Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity employer that actively pursues and hires a diverse workforce. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, age, religion, physical or mental disability status, medical condition, protected veteran status, marital status, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information or any other factor that is not related to the job.
In Regulatory Proceedings and Rates, we help the business achieve its business goals by working
with regulators and other stakeholders. Today's business needs innovative regulatory programs,
built on a solid foundation of regulatory knowledge.
Regulatory filings before the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) consist of required
filings and those initiated by the Company. Required filings include those ordered by previous
Commission decisions (e.g., general rate case proceedings, annual operating and energy cost
filings), and those required as part of Commission investigations. Among the filings initiated by the
Company are proposals for recovery of costs not covered by general rate cases, for new customer
programs, for modifications to existing regulations, and for changes to existing tariffs.
In any year, there are a wide variety of filings and often new cases are introduced during the year
due to actions initiated by the CPUC or FERC, or in response to changing business operations.
The Regulatory Affairs organization is responsible for planning, coordinating, and preparing
regulatory cases, and working with the CPUC and FERC to obtain the best possible outcome for
the Company and our customers.
Under the direction of the Case Manager and the Regulatory Supervisor, the Regulatory Case
Coordinator provides coordination support for regulatory cases.
• Two-year college degree or 2 years work-related experience required
• 2 years of related experience
• BA/BS in business, public policy, communications or economics desired.
• Previous experience in Law or Regulatory Affairs.
• Basic understanding of the regulatory environment
• Strong knowledge of Word, Excel, PowerPoint
• Skilled in using WebDocs, CPUC and FERC websites
•Excellent verbal, written communications skills
• Ability to work effectively in a team environment • Good project management skills
Project Management Coordination:
• Provide coordination support for filings before the CPUC. Coordinate the production, filing,
distribution and posting of case documents and maintain hard copy files. Case documents include
testimony, workpapers, data requests and responses to data requests. Maintain an awareness of
related issues in other proceedings that may affect assigned cases.
• Develop and/or monitor case schedules and issues and alert the project management team of
issues that require immediate attention. Develop and maintain team SharePoint sites.
• Schedule team meetings and maintain a log of key issues and outcomes. Communicate with
witnesses and subject matter experts to ensure that work products are completed according to
• Provide coordination support to prepare team for hearings - schedule witness training
sessions; assist witnesses in preparing witness binders, gather documents required for hearings. Communication:
• Assist the case manager with ensuring that case participants are aware of case schedules
and tools; and understand the processes and procedures for developing and finalizing testimony,
workpapers, data requests and responses to data requests. Follow-up with case participants to
ensure all deadlines are met. Communicate with CPUC staff and third parties regarding the status
of discovery and handle routine inquiries. Convey information clearly, concisely, accurately, and effectively.
• Manage logistical matters. Evaluate work flow processes and submit recommendations to
improve processes and procedures.
• Conduct research and analysis, as required.
• Assist fellow case coordinators, as required.
• Once the case is closed, support the case manager with RADs and/or other case compliance