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Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • H: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Summary
  • Experienced multitasking professional bringing 20+ years of quality performance in the areas of accounting, audit, regulatory oversight, financial reporting, grants, loans, computers and clean water program.
  • Skilled in effective communication.
  • Proactive and adaptable to different conditions and situations.
  • Enthusiastic and eager to contribute to Department of Energy and Environmental Protection's success through hard work and the attention to details.
  • Motivated to learn, grow, excel and ready to take on new challenges.
Skills
  • Audits
  • Accounting
  • Research and due diligence
  • Grant and Loan Administrator
  • Budget preparation and management
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Team Leadership
  • Customer Relations with internal and external stakeholders
Work History
Supervisor of Technical Analysis, 10/1999 to Current
State Of CT DEEP And PURA City, STATE,
  • Analyzed, interpreted and evaluated Utility financial statements and statistical exhibits in rate design proceedings and other proceedings relating to utilities;
  • Oversaw and performed accounting, accounts examining, budget, auditing, and financial analysis of utility companies, Telecommunications providers and Energy , defined issues, participated in utility rate and regulatory hearings; conducted on-site audits of financial records and utility operations;
  • Reviewed, interpreted and implemented relevant agency policies and procedures, provision of law governing public utilities in Connecticut;
  • Supervised staff in examination and analysis of operational, accounting and financial documents to develop conclusions and recommendations on revenue requirement and rate of return; determined validity of investment and expenses used in rate-making and compliance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and generally accepted auditing standards (GAAS);
  • Applied management principles and techniques while supervising staff (11) employees;   
  • Established and maintained effective working relationships with general public, co-workers, elected and appointed officials, company officials and legislative officials; 
  • Self control under pressure; problem-solving skill, and positive attitude;  
  • Administrator of Grants and Loans for Clean Water Fund; 
  • Scheduled and prepared information for EPA and State Audits:
  • Participated on DEEP's Lean Initiatives;
  • Created section within PURA for compliance and enforcement of PURA's Decisions and Orders;
  • Developed recommendations for changes in management practices and Company services;
  • Prepared changes to proposed legislation;
  • Ensured compliance with Federal Communication Commissions rules and regulations;
  • Scheduled, assigned, oversaw and reviewed staff assignments and prepared employee performance evaluations;
  • Administers and coordinates with Town Officials regarding Grants and Loans for Clean Water Fund Administration. This includes working very closely with Office's of Treasury, Attorney General and Environmental Protection Agency;
  • Create and maintain contracts and purchase orders within Core system;
  • Reconcile Core system to Loans and Grants Program database;
  • Prepares EPA Federal Grant that brings approximately $20 million federal dollars into state's clean water program
Utilities Examiner 2, 06/1997 to 10/1999
State Of Connecticut City, STATE,
  • Examined and analyzed accounting and financial documents to develop conclusions and recommendations on revenue requirement and rate of return; determined validity of investment and expenses used in rate-making and compliance with GAAP and GAAS, rate-making theory, regulations and orders of PURA; reviewed management and business practices to determine financial stability and cost efficiency; general understanding on preparation of pro forma financial statements;
  • Application of provisions of law governing public utilities in Connecticut, related legal opinions and court decisions and orders of PURA applicable to financial practices of public utilities; 
  • Thorough knowledge of inner workings of electric and water utilities accounting systems; 
  • General knowledge of rates, corporate finance, cost of capital, and risk and return; 
  • Produced accurate work while meeting tight deadlines; 
  • Examined and audited financial books and financial records of utilities subject to regulation; 
  • Conducted cross-examination of company witnesses on financial exhibits submitted in rate and other proceedings; 
  • Established and maintained effective working relationships with general public, co-workers, elected and appointed officials and company officials; 
  • Oversaw employees of lower grades, Utilities Examiner 1, and assigned clerical staff as necessary
  • Conducted on-site financial and performance audits; verified revenues, expenses, rate base, and capital structure to determine financial condition and/or reasonableness and validity of applicant requests; develop recommendations for changes in management and financial practices; writes audit requests
  • Gathered, organized, and summarized financial data to be used for analysis for development of sound conclusions in order to make appropriate recommendations to be used in Department decisions;
  • Analyzed, reviewed and challenged financial calculations contained in utility company's filings for accuracy, proper documentation, clarity and conformity to jurisdictional regulatory requirements;
  • Ensured, with aid of legal department that submitted applications of utility companies were in compliance with all laws, statutes, and regulations;
  • Prepared special analyses to determine financial impact of significant events, rate case decisions, and regulatory requirements
Fuel Accounting and Recovery Analyst, 09/1984 to 06/1997
Northeast Utilities (Eversource) City, STATE,
  • Preparation of journal entries and accountable for account balancing for Northeast Utilities (Eversource) with consolidated revenues of 6.9 billion; 
  • Application of utility accounting and finance; 
  • Application of financial accounting concepts and standards in regulatory accounting environment; 
  • Communication and understanding of complex fuel clause and revenue issues; 
  • Worked effectively with all levels of organization and with counterparts in outside organizations; 
  • Produced accurate work while meeting tight deadlines;
  • Prepared applicable accounting schedules, performed fuel clause calculations and coordinated with other departments incorporation of data into jurisdictional fuel clause tariff rate change filings
  • Prepared applicable accounting schedules, journal entries, performed rate case calculations and coordinated with other departments any data requests for wholesale and retail rate filings as it applied to fuel clauses, performance programs, fuel rates and fuel revenues;
  • Implemented new or revised approved fuel clause procedures to respond to changing state and federal regulatory requirements, and any new Company accounting practices due to revisions in Financial Accounting Standards or GAAP;
  • Prepared special analyses to determine financial impact of significant events, rate-case decisions, and regulatory requirements;
  • Developed explanations on monthly basis for variances in budgeted versus actual jurisdictional fuel revenue, fuel expense and deferred fuel debits/credits;
  • Prepared total revenue, fuel revenue and expense, unbilled revenue and related accounting schedules to be used by multitude of other departments and incorporated into annual budget and five/ten year forecasts;
  • Coordinated and assisted on audits performed by internal/external consultants, commissions and auditors
Education
Bachelor of Science: Accounting, Expected in 05/1984
to
Central Connecticut State University - New Britain, CT
GPA:
No Degree: MBA Program, Expected in
to
University of New Haven - West Haven, CT
GPA:

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School Attended
  • Central Connecticut State University
  • University of New Haven
Job Titles Held:
  • Supervisor of Technical Analysis
  • Utilities Examiner 2
  • Fuel Accounting and Recovery Analyst
Degrees
  • Bachelor of Science
  • No Degree