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Careers at MPSC
Pursuant to article 9; section 223 of PA 166 of 2022, the Michigan Public Service Commission posts this notice that it has adopted a hybrid policy that includes in-person, remote, and alternative work arrangements. The department or agency has the authority to assign and schedule its employees and determine their work location. This policy also provides for work options contingent upon the operational needs of the department or agency. Approval is at the discretion of the department or agency and can be changed or rescinded based upon operational needs. The policy includes which positions may qualify for a work option, how to request one and the requirements necessary for approval.
The mission of the Michigan Public Service Commission is to serve the public by ensuring safe, reliable, and accessible energy and telecommunications services at reasonable rates.
We are committed to developing action-oriented strategies that reinforce the Michigan Public Service Commission as a safe, welcoming work environment and an organization that serves all Michiganders equitably. We address systemic and overt racism, both internally and externally, prevent discrimination, and adjust how we interact with one another as well as our community. We are dedicated to providing the necessary resources and leadership that will support the further development of the Michigan Public Service Commission's diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts, and we will continue to address institutional or cultural barriers that historically have inhibited or may inhibit progress toward these goals, including both within our organization and in the energy and telecommunications industries we oversee.
State of Michigan Employment
It’s more than just a salary!
Eligible employees can receive:
Health, mental health, dental, vision, and life insurance coverage for the whole family.
No-cost life insurance at double your annual salary, paying up to $200,000.
No-cost vision insurance.
Disability coverage providing extended benefits and partial pay.
Supplemental pay and insurance during some military leaves.
Paid Time Off:
15 to 35 paid personal days per year.
13 paid sick days per year.
12 weeks of paid parental leave after a birth or adoption.
Up to 14 paid holidays per year including New Year’s and Christmas Eve, Memorial and Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Veterans Day, and Juneteenth.
Up to 1 paid day of school and community leave annually.
401(k) and 457 enrollment offered to new hires with multiple investment options.
4% automatic contribution by the state for 401(k) plans.
Up to a 5% match for additional 401(k) account contributions.
State contributions fully vest after 4 years. Funds may be rolled-in from previous retirement accounts.
Alternate/Remote-Work Schedules for some positions.
Bonus and Longevity Pay Programs.
Tax-Advantaged Parking and Health Savings Accounts.
Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program Eligible Employer.
Tuition Reimbursement Program.
Every day the contributions and achievements of state employees have a direct impact on Michiganders across the state. If you're looking for a fulfilling career that can make a real difference in the lives of others, you can find your place working for the state of Michigan.
Careers at Licensing and Regulatory Affairs
The Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs protects people and promotes business in Michigan through transparent and accessible regulatory solutions. At LARA, your work experience will go beyond your earnings and your benefits; you’ll be able to take pride in being a respected part of a team that is creating lasting value for the people of Michigan.