The Transmission Planning Department is seeking to recruit a highly motivated and dedicated professional to join the Standards and Compliance team. The ideal candidate for this position must have fundamental knowledge and understanding of power transmission, distribution and generation principles. In addition, the ideal candidate must possess familiarity with electric reliability planning concepts. Strong organizational and administrative skills are essential. Must demonstrate strong attention to detail and have successful experience working in a team environment. Must demonstrate ability to adhere to schedules and meet deadlines. Must possess strong oral and written communication skills and be able to exercise independent judgment. Must demonstrate ability to learn and apply new topics. Must have strong computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Demonstrated performance of value-added assignments is required. Requires a BS degree in Engineering and relevant work experience as follows: Associate Engineer (1H) – 2 years work experience to include 1yr applicable engineering experience. Engineer (2L) – 3 years applicable engineering experience. Sr. Engineer (2H) – 8 years applicable engineering experience Experience in drafting technical procedures, business process documents or specifications for the electric power industry is preferred. Familiarity with ISO or RTO rules is preferred. Familiarity with SharePoint or other document management and archiving software a plus. Familiarity with North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) Reliability Standards preferred. Preferred knowledge of the Con Edison electric service area transmission, distribution and power generating facilities. The S&TO organization pays particular attention to the attendance and performance records of all applicants. Heavy emphasis is also given to those candidates that have greater than 24 month’s tenure in their current role. Applicants who do not meet this threshold may not be considered.
Responsibilities: Perform all day-to-day technical and administrative tasks associated with the Con Edison NERC Standards Compliance Program. Prepare audit document packages for submittal to the NPCC and participate in on-site, off-site and spot check audits. Ensure the timely, accurate and well-documented submittal of data to NPCC. Under the guidance of the Section Manager, review data submittals proposed by Company organizations to ensure adequacy and alignment with relevant NERC standards. Assist Company organizations in the development of compliance violation Mitigation Plans. Monitor and report on status of Mitigation Plan implementation. Conduct evaluations of various departments within Con Edison to ensure compliance with NERC reliability standards. Write procedures to detail and identify the functions of the Compliance Program. Become proficient in all NERC Standards and present and explain the NERC Standards to other Company organizations. Make Compliance Program presentations to various Company organizations and at the executive level. Must be able to travel to various Company locations and to other companies if required. Must be available to travel out-of-town (including Canada) and represent the Company at ISO, NPCC and NERC meetings. Must have valid driver's license.
conEdison - 23 months ago
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