Job Title Position Highlights  Office/Unit  Application Deadline
 Research Analyst PURA has an opportunity for a Research Analyst in its Office of Technical and Regulatory Analysis (TRA) focused on innovative approaches to realizing Connecticut’s public policy goals, including advancing the state’s ambitious greenhouse gas emission targets, modernizing utility regulation, and improving public utility performance. The Research Analyst will support the work of the TRA in meeting these goals and in effectuating the agency’s Equitable Modern Grid initiative.

Through the EMG initiative, PURA has already developed new programs such as the Energy Storage Solutions Program and the Electric Vehicle Charging Program, and is currently working to advance innovative approaches to deploying novel technologies, improve the integration and interconnection of distributed energy resources, provide opportunities for non-wires solutions to replace traditional poles and wires, and increase grid resilience and equitable outcomes for all ratepayers.

The Research Analyst will also assist TRA in establishing a performance-based regulation (PBR) framework for the state’s electric distribution companies (EDCs). The PBR proceeding is a comprehensive review of Connecticut’s EDC regulatory approach with the potential to transform EDC incentives and business models to ensure alignment with the public interest and policy goals such as greenhouse gas emissions reduction and customer empowerment.

This hybrid position is full time on first shift, Monday through Friday, from 8:00 AM until 5:00 PM.

Learn more and apply here.
 Office of Technical and Regulatory Analysis October 13, 2023 
Environmental Protection Seasonal Resource Assistant PURA is seeking to hire a Seasonal Resource Assistant.

This seasonal position will operate like a paid engineering, accounting, or financial internship with the Authority in New Britain, Connecticut.

The nature of this internship will depend on the selected candidate’s primary focus or experience in those areas. The position will last a total of 1,040 hours spread across a maximum of 12 months. This position offers a hybrid telework structure.

The selected candidate will support either staff in the Reliability, Security and Resilience (RSR) Unit or the Revenue Requirements Unit (RRU) withing PURA’s Office of Technical and Regulatory Analysis (TRA).

Learn more and apply here.
 Office of Technical and Regulatory Analysis December 29, 2023

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