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National Fuel Gas Company- Williamsville, NY
At National Fuel Gas Supply Corporation, the Pipeline and Storage segment of National Fuel Gas Company, we specialize in transporting and storing natural gas. For almost 100 years we've been successfully serving utilities, pipelines, marketers, and energy generators in the growing markets of the northeastern United States.
Consumer Business Supervisor Trainee- Deadline Monday March 4th
National Fuel is looking for an exceptional candidate with demonstrated customer service and leadership skills to supervise employees engaging in customer contact situations over the phone. The Consumer Business Supervisor Trainee will have supervisory responsibilities for hourly employees in our New York call center. The Consumer Business Supervisor Trainee is responsible for ensuring compliance with state regulations and attainment of service quality performance goals. This position also involves oversight of customer accounting/billing and other back office functions.
Market Analysis – Deadline Wednesday March 6th
The Interstate Marketing Department’s goal is to maximize Pipeline & Storage revenues by marketing and contracting natural gas transportation and storage services. The successful candidate will be part of a team focused on that goal, and will take on the following responsibilities: Management and administration of all transportation and storage contracts; Budget development, tracking, and reporting; Revenue and volumetric forecasting, tracking, and reporting; Financial analysis and support associated with regulatory proceedings; Website content oversight to ensure compliance with FERC regulations and tariff requirements; Liaison to the Gas Accounting department as the subject matter expert on contracts, rates, and billing; Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) compliance verification; Sarbanes-Oxley quarterly reviews and documentation; and Daily Capacity Desk support: assist customers with daily operational and service-related inquiries.
Field Operations Supervisor- Deadline Friday March 8th
Primary responsibilities for the Field Operations Supervisor are to plan, schedule, and inspect the work of employees engaged in installation, maintenance, and service work. Daily responsibilities include the following: Front-line direct field supervision of hourly construction and customer service employees; Planning of work orders to be completed along with time management and productivity analysis of field personnel; Scoping and estimating of daily, routine, system operating/maintenance and pipeline installation projects within the defined service territory; Regular contact with customers to resolve gas service issues and to ensure appropriate customer service levels; and Coordination of daily emergency response logistics.
Deadline Wednesday March 6thFederal Trade Commission- Washington, D.C.
The Federal Trade Commission enforces a variety of federal antitrust and consumer protection laws. The Commission seeks to ensure that the nation's markets function competitively, and are vigorous, efficient, and free of undue restrictions. The Commission also works to enhance the smooth operation of the marketplace by eliminating acts or practices that are unfair or deceptive. In general, the Commission's efforts are directed toward stopping actions that threaten consumers' opportunities to exercise informed choice. Finally, the Commission undertakes economic analysis to support its law enforcement efforts and to contribute to the policy deliberations of the Congress, the Executive Branch, other independent agencies, and state and local governments when requested.
Honors Paralegal Program
Each year, the Federal Trade Commission seeks motivated people to work in Washington, D.C., helping attorneys and investigators with the investigation and litigation of compelling, cutting-edge antitrust and consumer protection issues. As an FTC Honors Paralegal, you will be able to take advantage of the substantive training, challenging legal work, and excellent reputation offered by the Honors Paralegals at the FTC work with attorneys, investigators, economists, and other support staff on various kinds of investigation, litigation, and policy work. Honors Paralegals participate in every step of cases at the FTC, from conducting interviews and market research to reviewing company documents, preparing exhibits for trial, and assisting attorneys in the courtroom.