Utilities Analyst 3
State of West Virginia - Kanawha County, WV

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Location: Kanawha County. Employee performs advanced level auditing and accounting work in examining the financial books and records of large, multi-jurisdictional utilities and independently conducting audits of complex utilities requesting a rate change before the Public Service Commission. Serves as the senior analyst on the audit team. Verifies journal entries, balance sheets, income statements and related financial documents; computes cost-of-service, federal income taxes, depreciation values and other items of financial analysis; prepares detailed audit report on the financial condition of the company; testifies before the Public Service Commission on the audit procedures and findings; designs rates ordered by the Commission. Trains and reviews the work of lower level rate analysts.

This posting will remain open until current hiring plans are met and positions are filled. It may be closed without notice at any time.

Hiring Process: APPLY ONLINE. It is easy and speeds processing. You may apply from any internet connected computer. Public access computers are available at many libraries and at Workforce WV Offices. Do not use a paper application unless you cannot apply online. If you must use a paper application due to disability or other valid reason, please call our office (304) 558-3950 ext. 57207 for special instructions. Your eligible score will be based on information provided in your application. If you have applied for this job within the past 11 months and simply want to update your ID (name, address, etc.), work preferences, or county availability, do not re-apply. Instead, send us a letter.


Your application will not be accepted if you do not meet stated minimum requirements.

Bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited four-year college or university with a major in business administration, accounting, finance, economics, or mathematics.
Experience as described below may substitute for the required training on a year-for-year basis.

Four years of full-time or equivalent part-time paid employment in utility accounting, utility auditing, or financial and economic analysis with a public utility, regulatory agency or private accounting firm; or six years of full-time or equivalent part-time paid employment in other areas of accounting or auditing.
A Master's Degree in accounting, business administration, finance, economics, or mathematics from a regionally accredited college or university or approval as a Certified Public Accountant may be substituted for the required experience.

You are not required to provide paper education verification documents at the time of application. You are required to provide these documents on request. All education and employment information provided in the application is subject to verification prior to offer of employment. Providing false or misleading statements in your application is grounds for permanent disqualification or termination, and may be subject to additional penalties under law. By submitting your application you authorize the State of West Virginia and its agents to investigate and otherwise require and obtain independent verification of all application statements. You must be prepared to verify any claimed college credit hours, course work, major field, license, certificate, or other post-secondary school record when requested.


LOCATION: Kanawha County