Pacific Gas and Electric Company, a subsidiary of PG&E Corporation
(NYSE:PCG), is one of the largest combined natural gas and electric
utilities in the United States. Based in San Francisco,
employees, the company delivers some of the nation's cleanest energy to
15 million people in Northern and Central California.
Pacific Gas and Electric Company is an AA/EEO employer that actively
pursues and hires a diverse
workforce. Department Overview
The men and women of Electric Operations ensure the delivery of safe and
reliable electric service to our customers. Electric Operations is
responsible for every aspect of PG&E's electric distribution and
transmission operations, including planning, engineering, maintenance
and construction, asset management, business planning, restoration and
emergency response. Position Summary
The Distribution Supervisor supervises electric craft
employees, and leads to foster a culture of employee engagement. Responsibilities include communicating clear expectations, monitoring performance using performance management techniques, observing and coaching employees in the field about safe work practices and
compliance to standards, ensuring that training, development and required certifications are current , taking disciplinary action as needed, and administering the appropriate labor contract. This Supervisor is responsible for supervising a team of employees
performing skilled craft work while overseeing the installation and repair of overhead and underground distribution facilities and ensuring electric distribution facilities are installed and maintained in a manner that provides safety, reliable service to customers,
as well as, is in compliance with all applicable internal and external rules and regulations. This position requires travel with short notice to manage projects throughout the service territory and the successful candidate may be in a temporary work location for as
long as needed. This role typically supervises up to 35 (T200) employees within a designated area within a Division and or Region and may be required to travel out of area to respond to system needs or emergencies. Qualifications
128, 165 and/or 112E
- High School Education or G.E.D
- A minimum of 3 years of journey-level experience in the Distribution/Construction electric
- Working knowledge of the IBEW Contract
- Knowledge of the California Public Utility Commission General Orders (GO) 95,
- General computer skills in Word and Excel along with daily routine experience with e-mail communications.
- Lead experience, e.g. as a crew foreman
Manage the work through a
team of electric craft employees, ensuring compliance with corporate and regulatory requirements and alignment with company values.
and specifications, to achieve high quality work the first time done. Develop action plans to address deficiencies in process or employee skill/knowledge and track the progress of those plans.
- Ensure that work is executed safely as planned, including managing daily exceptions.
- Monitor compliance to standards
corporate and regulatory compliance.
- Complete and maintain all work documentation or reporting.
- Communicate business goals and objectives to the work group.
- Effectively utilize resources by monitoring crew productivity.
- Identify and pursue productivity improvements and implement work practices to reduce operating costs while meeting
proactive communication with customers.
- Develop the business knowledge and technical skills of field employees. Foster teamwork with all other company work groups.
- Ensure that customers' needs and expectations are met; ensure clear, professional,
with the Safety Program Coordinator.
- Fully implement and hold subordinates accountable for safety best practices and adherence to the safety accountability model. Ensure full compliance with the Injury & Illness Prevention Program, working closely
visit employees in the field within assigned geographic area.
- Facilitate weekly team meetings/tailboards; may conduct training as needed.
- Demonstrate the ability to perform effectively under deadlines and in emergency situations.
- Regular travel to projects and to
current work practices for operational efficiencies and deficiencies and provides feedback, follow-up, and recommendations for improvement to appropriate parties.
- Conduct emergency on-call; work unusual hours in emergency situations.
- Efficiently and accurately performs monitoring and analysis functions for ongoing projects and work efforts; reviews
situations; communicates deficiencies in emergency response/preparedness; resolves issues quickly and efficiently using the correct resources.
- Proactively prepares for emergency situations; supports company efforts during emergency
and expectations; provides performance feedback and follows through on the performance management process.
- Manages activities to ensure parties meet state and federal regulations as well as company policies on compliance.
- Develops and maintains work relationships, contacts and networks; demonstrates skill in achieving cooperation from others in order to achieve a goal.
- Takes responsibility for improving the effectiveness of others; sets and aligns performance goals
- Understands how to motivate, develop and direct people as they work. Understands how to identify the best people for the job.
Pacific Gas and Electric Company - 10 months ago
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