The New Mexico Public Regulation Commission is Seeking a Hearing Examiner Attorney IV for the Office of the Hearing Examiners in Santa Fe, New Mexico
Hearing Examiners provide independent recommended decisions, including findings of fact and conclusions of law, to the NMPRC Commissioners in adjudicated cases involving the regulation of public utilities, telecommunication carriers and motor carriers. They manage and organize complex, multi-discipline and multi-issue cases; preside over evidentiary hearings sometimes involving up to 20 parties, 40 witnesses and thousands of pages of evidence. They write recommended decisions by reading and analyzing the evidence, and incorporating that evidence into a recommendation similar to a court opinion.
The ideal candidate will have experience practicing law in areas directly related to public utility regulation; experience as an administrative law judge or hearing officer; educational experience in areas directly related to public utility regulation, such as economics, accounting, or engineering; and experience practicing law involving substantial research and writing.
Minimum Qualifications: J.D. from an accredited school of law and five years of experience practicing law. Must be licensed as an attorney by the New Mexico Supreme Court or qualified to apply for a limited practice license (Rules 15-301.1 and 15-301.2 NMRA) For more information on limited practice license visit http://nmexam.org/limited-license/ Substitutions may apply. To apply please visit visit the New Mexico State Personnel Office at http://www.spo.state.nm.us
Additional Salary Information: This position is Pay Band LI and the Annual salary is between $71,084 and $113,734