The MPSC has an opening for three positions: 1) Gas Safety Engineer (flexible work location); 2) Manager of the Energy Markets Section; and 3) Economic Modeling Specialist. Great benefits, training provided. Postings close 4/22/18, 4/26/18 and 5/6/18.

The Michigan Public Service Commission is actively seeking three positions:


1) Gas Safety Engineer (entry level or experienced): will help to 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. Serve on special task forces and testify as an expert witness in contested gas safety cases. Training will be provided. Excellent benefits and competitive wages.

Public Utilities Engineer 9-12, Operations & Wholesale Markets Division, Gas Operations Section, Gas Safety and Damage Prevention Unit, Supervisor – Tim Wolf

JOB #: 6401-18-PSC 67 GasOpsPUE

$21.14 - $37.66

CLOSING DATE: 04/22/18 05:00 PM

Please see posting for further information.


2) Manager of the Energy Markets Section: will coordinate cases with FERC while also serving as a technical advisor on hot button policy issues and programs relating to electric and gas at the state and federal level. The selected candidate will be the face of the Commission on these issues while representing the Michigan Agency for Energy and Commission on federal and state advisory boards, committees and panels.

State Administrative Manager 15, Energy Resources Division, Energy Markets Section, Supervisor – Paul Proudfoot

JOB #: 6401-18-PSC 82 SAM EnergyMkts

$36.27 - $52.17

CLOSING DATE: 04/26/18 05:00 PM

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3) Experienced Economic Modeling Specialist will use their expertise to play an important role in planning for Michigan’s future energy needs. The specialist will evaluate Michigan energy providers’ resource adequacy plans by performing analysis, developing economic models and forecasts, while serving as a key advisor to high level executives. Great benefits and competitive wages. Be a part of shaping Michigan’s energy future! Posting closes 5/6/18 at 5:00PM


Economic Modeling Specialist 13, Energy Resources Division, Resource Adequacy and Retail Choice Section, Supervisor – Cathy Cole

JOB #: 6401-18-PSC 111 EcnSpl

Hourly:  $25.01 - $37.32

CLOSING DATE: 05/06/18 05:00 PM

Please see posting for further information.