PUBLIC UTILITIES REGULATORY ANALYST V - Senior CEQA Project Manager -
California Public Utilities Commission
Location: Sacramento..., California
Type: Full Time
Salary: $8,814.00 - $11,031.00
12 Month Limited Term - Full Time
4 Year Degree
Telecommuting is allowed.
Internal Number: JC-346116
Would you like to help California create a future state where all citizens have ubiquitous internet access that is fast and affordable? Do you have a strong interest in the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and/or telecommunications infrastructure? If so, the CEQA & Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) Branch in the Energy Division is looking for you!
Significant new infrastructure investments are required in order to realize the state's goal of providing fast and affordable internet access to all. To realize these goals, including bringing internet access to remote areas of the State as well as underserved pockets in urban centers, new telecommunications infrastructure is being planned and built throughout the State. At the same time, significant investments to improve last mile infrastructure is required to improve connectivity for all Californians.
The CEQA branch plays an important role in permitting telecom and broadband facilities throughout the State and is responsible for the development of environmental documents in accordance with the CEQA and overseeing projects in construction. In addition to permitting responsibilities, the Branch manages our 21 day expedited filing process for some wireless infrastructure.
The positions at this level are intended to accommodate the broadest and the most advanced level of expertise. Incumbents develop and implement major studies or programs involving the coordination of a number of regulatory disciplines with Federal, statewide or industry-wide policy implications. Incumbents provide expert consultation to Commissioners and top management in the area of policy development on a wide range of issues relating to public utilities and transportation regulations and make policy recommendations affecting program direction.
Incumbents may exercise lead responsibility over several professional subordinates and may conduct workshops on the most difficult issues or direct large major studies or regulatory programs of the highest scope and complexity.