County Virtual Open House connects job seekers with state Public Utilities Commission

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By Frank Schneegas
Special to the Express

YoloWorks!, Yolo County Health and Human Services Agency and the Yolo County Workforce Innovation Board, in partnership with Sacramento Employment and Training Agency, and the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), are hosting a Virtual Open House on Sept. 28 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

This virtual open house provides job seekers the opportunity to connect to more than 14 departments at the CPUC to discuss available opportunities.

Attendees will gain access to live virtual booths where they can ask questions directly to departments or schedule one-to-one chats with department ambassadors. Interested parties can register for the job fair virtual open house at and by visiting the YoloWorks! webpage.

The CPUC has various positions open, including internships, analysts, engineers, Administrative Law Judges, attorneys, managers, information technology, consumer assistance and more. The CPUC offers opportunities for professional development, telework opportunities, and competitive benefits packages. Registration for the event is free and open today!

For more information, contact Erica Johnson, HHSA Program Coordinator, at or call/text 530-631-2289.

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