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Full list of all recently issued regulatory documents
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How the AUC reviews and determines utility rates
Resources for questions and general concerns involving regulated utilities
Answers to common utility related questions
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General information about creating an account and using the eFiling System
A list of active registered applications being considered
What is involved in reviewing power generation facilities in Alberta
Established process to review applications
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The AUC strives for excellence and is a performance-based organization
A key value of the AUC is to maintain and promote a positive work environment. The robust employee value proposition provided by the organization works to promote well-being and workplace equity which includes fair compensation, benefits, pension and the ability to achieve work-life balance. The utility industry is evolving, which requires a strong and often technical and specialized skill set that is necessary to provide expert advice and innovative ideas.
When you choose to work for the AUC, you are choosing to participate in engaging work within the regulatory environment, and work for an organization that is committed to contributing to regulatory initiatives and decisions that serve the interests of Alberta.
We are looking for people who are intellectually curious and are passionate about learning and growing within the utilities sector. As a learning organization, we will partner with you to support your career and have developed a competency framework to support employee learning and development, career growth and succession management. We believe that by investing in our employees, we will create a high-performing, successful organization.
At the AUC we take a holistic approach to work and life effectiveness since a great life incorporates a great career. We offer a competitive total compensation package including flexible work options.
The AUC is an independent, quasi-judicial agency of the province of Alberta. The AUC is responsible to ensure that the delivery of Alberta’s utility service takes place in a manner that is fair, responsible and in the public interest.
We regulate investor-owned natural gas, electric and water utilities and certain municipally owned electric utilities to ensure that customers receive safe and reliable service at just and reasonable rates. The AUC ensures that electric facilities are built, operated and decommissioned in an efficient and environmentally responsible way. The AUC also provides regulatory oversight of issues related to the development and operation of the wholesale electricity market in Alberta as well as the retail gas and electricity markets in the province.
The AUC’s regulatory functions are carried out through both written and oral proceedings and representative groups are encouraged to participate in the process. Participation helps to ensure that the AUC is informed of the issues and that decisions are made in the public interest.
The work we do:
The AUC has a rich history of ensuring the delivery of Alberta’s utility services takes place in a manner that is fair, responsible and in the public interest. Our work ensures customers receive safe and reliable utilities at just and reasonable rates.
Whether you are a regulatory analyst, engineer, accountant, scientist, economist, lawyer, Commission member or work in one of our many support areas, your work is critically important to the overall wellbeing of the utility regulation framework in Alberta. Albertans look to the AUC to be their voice and make decisions with their best interests in mind.
We are a collective of strong minds, expertise and passion all focused on a common purpose and objective – to be a trusted leader that delivers innovative and efficient regulatory solutions for Alberta. What you do is incredibly important and you should be very proud of the work that you do each and every day.
Enhanced work-life balance, extensive health and dental care benefits and post-retirement security:
We are constantly looking for ways to ensure our employees have a healthy balance between their time at work and at home. A few of the programs we offer include:
We understand the importance of offering a level of compensation that will attract and retain staff expertise. As a result, we target the market median of total cash compensation for a peer group of public and private sector entities. When you factor in the AUC’s benefit offerings, our total compensation package (total cash plus benefits) is competitive. Annually, we engage an independent compensation specialist to assess our market competitiveness.
Commitment to professional development and career progression:
We are a learning-based organization, squarely focused on employee development and promoting from within.
Strong organizational values:
People want to work for an organization that has a strong sense of purpose and lives by an unwavering set of values. At the AUC, our values are a function of everything we do:
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