Nov 08, 2016
Jan 01, 2016 - Apr 26, 2016
The South Dakota Public Utilities Commission is a three-person, elected executive board in the South Dakota state government. The commission: regulates investor-owned electric, natural gas and telephone utilities; has authority to issue permits for the construction of energy conversion, AC/DC conversion, wind energy and electric transmission facilities as well as certain pipelines, including those designed to transport coal, gas, liquid hydrocarbon products or carbon dioxide; helps resolve disputes between customers and their utilities, operates the South Dakota Do Not Call Registry and administers the state's One Call notification center; operates the natural gas pipeline safety program and licenses and inspects state public grain warehouses and grain buyers; and advocates for smart energy and telecommunications policy at the state and federal levels and works hard to educate consumers about ways to save energy and money. The base salary for this position is $96,956.
Submit application to:
South Dakota Secretary of State, 500 E Capitol Ave #204, Pierre, SD, 57501, US