The Public Service Commission of the District of Columbia (Commission), a leading utility regulatory agency, is looking for a talented senior electrical engineer who can make a professional difference in the Nation’s Capital. As a senior engineering professional, you will be deployed on a challenging variety of regulatory oversight projects, including ongoing monitoring efforts for multi-billion dollar long term electric utility infrastructure upgrade projects, electric distribution strategic initiatives, as well as distributed energy resource technologies, including energy storage and microgrids.
In this role, you will have an opportunity to interface with key stakeholders from a variety of federal and state agencies, including the DOE, FERC, as well as DC’s DOEE and DDOT agencies. You will also interface with engineering professionals of Fortune 500 energy companies, energy developers and providers, as well as regulatory professionals from across the Nation. You will gain significant industry exposure and unmatched professional experience as a member of a leading regulatory agency with a proud 100+ year history of regulatory excellence.
The Commission is currently deploying a hybrid telework schedule, which includes three days per week of teleworking, and two days each week in our 13th and G Street offices. We also offer flex time schedules. The Commission also offers a competitive salary range, a generous travel stipend for public transportation, as well as an attractive benefits package. The Commission's benefits package encompasses a flexible menu of comprehensive benefits, including health, dental, vision, life and disability insurance options, as well as a strong set of portable retirement benefits and savings options. The Commission also offers attractive vacation and sick leave time, as well as paid holidays, consistent with District government provisions.
Bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering is required.
Master’s degree in either engineering or business is highly desirable.
PE license in electrical engineering is beneficial.
The Public Service Commission of the District of Columbia was established by Congress in 1913 as an independent District government agency to regulate the electric, natural gas and telephone companies serving the city.
As an independent, quasi-judicial agency in the District government, the DCPSC functions like a court and the Commissioners fill the role of judges. All staff involved in formal cases are advisors to the Commissioners. This includes the Commissioners’ staff, the Office of the General Counsel (OGC), the Office of the Executive Director, the Office of Technical and Regulatory Analysis (OTRA) and, in some cases, the Office of Consumer Services (OCS).