Job Posting: Associate Governmental Program Analyst (AGPA) or Staff Services Analyst (SSA)
Individuals interested in applying for this vacancy must have eligibility. If you are new to state service or need to gain eligibility to these classifications, please click AGPA or SSA to open the examination bulletin and follow the instructions on “How to apply”.
The examination is a separate process from applying for this vacancy. Please be sure to follow all instructions for each process.
Virtual interviews via web portals or phone may be offered as deemed appropriate and feasible by the hiring manager – standard in-person interviews will still be offered if conditions permit.
The California Public Utilities Commission (Commission) is responsible for assuring that California utility customers have safe, reliable utility service at reasonable rates, for protecting utility customers from fraud, and for promoting the health of California’s economy. As a public agency, the Commission depends on input, questions, and feedback from the general public. By hearing from different perspectives, the Commission is better able to make informed decisions that consider the impact of utility costs and services on all Californians. The California Public Utilities Code allows qualified parties in proceedings before the Commission to request compensation for their participation (allowable fees and costs). The Intervenor Compensation Program is intended to ensure that individuals and groups that represent residential or small commercial electric utility customers have the financial resources to bring their concerns and interests to the Commission during formal proceedings.
Under direction of the Staff Service Manager I (SSM I), the Associate Government Program Analyst (AGPA) supports the administration of the Intervenor Compensation Program. In this capacity, the AGPA assists Administrative Law Judges (ALJs) in resolving complex intervenor compensation requests, performs specialized analysis, and advises ALJ Division management on policy and program issues.
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You will find additional information about the job in the Duty Statement.