We're Hiring! Click here to read about two positions as a Public Utilities Engineer

1) The Public Service Commission has posted the following vacancy on the Civil Service website:

Public Utilities Engineer 9- 12, Operations & Wholesale Markets Division, Gas Operations Section, Supervisor – Tim Wolf

JOB #: 6401-17-PSC 192 GasOps PUE

OPENING DATE: 01/05/18

CLOSING DATE: 01/28/18 5:00PM

Posting Link: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/michigan/jobs/1833681/public-utilities-engineer-9-12

The MPSC is actively seeking an entry level or experienced gas safety engineer to help ensure the integrity of Michigan’s gas pipelines and safety of the mitten state’s residents and property. The chosen candidate will have the luxury of working from home or a remote office after a brief probationary period in the Lansing or Traverse City office.


Gas safety engineers perform inspections to make sure pipeline operators stay on their game and play the role of lead investigator when gas-related accidents occur, responding on-site to investigate and provide recommendations on how to prevent them in the future. This position also offers the opportunity to serve on special task forces to provide technical assistance and testify as an expert witness in contested gas safety cases. Training is completely covered, and state of Michigan employees enjoy great benefits and competitive wages. Apply now!


2) The Michigan Agency for Energy has also posted a position on the Civil Service website:

Public Utilities Engineer 9-12, Energy Markets Section, Supervisor – Angie Butcher

JOB #: 6401-17-MAE 320 EnMktsPUE

OPENING DATE: 01/02/18

CLOSING DATE: 01/21/18 05:00 PM

Posting Link: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/michigan/jobs/1940929/public-utilities-engineer-9-12

As a recognized resource, serve as the energy modeling technical engineer for Michigan, the Michigan Agency for Energy (MAE), and the Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC) related to the bulk electric system; and the generation, distribution, and other resources connected to it. Serve as technical modeling advisor to MAE and the MPSC on matters related to Michigan's energy, capacity, and bulk electricity system for residential, commercial, and industrial customers. 

This position will primarily be responsible for collecting and updating EGEAS and other software model with known and measurable Michigan-specific data, liaising with the MPSC and regional transmission organization staff for modeling Michigan's energy topology, populating and processing the models, writing reports on the results, and presenting those reports to MAE upper management and MPSC Commissioners.