Nov 06, 2018
Apr 11, 2018 - Apr 13, 2018
The Oklahoma Corporation Commission is a three person elected executive board in the Oklahoma state government. The commission is a regulatory agency, with an emphasis on the fuel, oil and gas, public utilities and transportation industries. In Article 9, Section 18 of the state constitution, the commission is granted the power and authority to supervise, regulate and control "all transportation companies doing business" in the state. This regulation can include rates, charges, classification of traffic and rules and regulations. According to its FY 2010 annual report snapshot, the corporation commission is responsible for regulating: public utilities (except those under municipal or federal jurisdiction or exempt from regulation); oil and gas drilling, production and environmental protection; aspects of motor carrier, rail and pipeline transportation; aspects of cotton gins; aspects of private water companies; the environmental integrity of petroleum storage tank systems; the proper operation of fuel dispensing units at retail filling stations. The salary for this position is roughly $114,000-$116,000.
Submit application to:
Oklahoma State Election Board, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd, Room B6, Oklahoma City, OK, 73105, US