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Energy Innovation Analyst - JC-426017

Energy Division/ Climate Initiatives, Renewables, and Administration Branch/ Climate and Equity Initiatives:

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Under the general direction of the section Program and Project Supervisor, the analyst will consider issues around equity policy in achieving California's climate goals to achieve zero net energy in California by 2045, including federal initiatives. The analyst will work to facilitate equity policies related to electric and gas clean energy related to climate issues and in coordination with federal grants. The analyst will coordinate with internal and external stakeholders, including at other state and federal agencies to support the state's SB 100 mandates. The analyst will also support CPUC’s efforts to implement its Social Justice (ESJ) Action Plan. The analyst will generally perform policy research and analysis, undertake project management including facilitating meetings and workshops, and generally advise decision-makers. The analyst will consider diversity, equity, and inclusion in policy analysis, stakeholder engagement, and internal processes. This position was created by FY 16/17 BCP #5 (SB 350 Disadvantaged Communities).


You will find additional information about the job in the Duty Statement.


Application To-Dos:

  1. Create a CalCareers account if you haven't already
  2. Take the exam for the classification you're applying for - PURA III
  3. Fill out the STD 678 form within your CalCareers application. Please note - simply submitting your resume will not count. The STD 678 is the legal document we will use to review your application.
  4. Attach your resume and Statement of Qualifications (SOQs) within your CalCareers application:
    • Answer the following prompts:
      1. What is your experience conducting policy research and analysis using data and identifying issues? This should include your experience making suitable recommendation.
      2. What is your experience managing energy programs or implementing and developing energy policy and programs? This should include project management skills demonstrating the ability to prioritize in managing several tasks simultaneously.
      3. What is your experience preparing high quality written documents and presenting to an audience? This should include your experience using Excel, Tableau, and/or software used to present analyses and conclusions. 
    • Ensure your SOQ is formatted with the following requirements:
      • 11-point Arial font
      • Single-spaced
      • No more than two pages
  5. Submit your application by the final filing date: April 18, 2024 at 11:59 PM PT