This position leads the Central Valley Region's Electric General Construction organization. This position will lead a geographically dispersed organization and must be able to do so through significant and ongoing changes.
9 years of related business experience including 3 years experience supervising bargaining unit employees in a maintenance and construction organization.
Bachelor's Degree in Management, Construction Management, HR, or other related field.
Experience managing capital, O&M, and labor budgets.
Demonstrated knowledge of the IBEW bargaining unit contract.
Demonstrated ability to analyze various reports, communicate findings, implement corrective actions, and ensure compliance.
Demonstrated ability to regularly lead group meetings.
Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively, in person, to large work groups.
Demonstrated knowledge of the company's Emergency Management Process and the Operation Emergency Coordinators (OEC) role.
Experience directing the preparation of schedules, records, and reports of work progress, future projects, and evaluation of completed tasks.
Experience coaching, mentoring, and developing employees.
Experience managing employee performance to include recognition and the use of the progressive disciplinary process.
Must support a safety conscious work environment where employees are encouraged to raise concerns.
The successful candidate must ensure timely completion of electric construction projects.
Identify and influence implementation of best practices to improve productivity and reduce operating costs.
Manage capital and expense spending to ensure work identified in the plan is completed and unit cost targets are achieved.
Develop and implement actions which improve and support system reliability.
Manage customer service activities with the objective of achieving excellent customer satisfaction. Ensure the Work and Resource Management process is fully implemented to achieve work commitments.
Operate, maintain and construct the electric system in a way that's consistent with all regulatory requirements.
Establish assessment systems and monitor activities to ensure compliance with established procedures.
The successful candidate must have an absolute commitment to safety.
He/She must support and hold self and other employees accountable for implementation of the safety pledge, USP 22, the code of safe practices and the safety accountability model.
Ensure incidents and near misses are thoroughly investigated and reported in a timely manner.
Staff and actively participate in the organizations safety program.
Ensure that training is completed and properly documented.
Ensure all electric personnel are trained to perform their jobs and be able to respond to all emergencies safely and effectively.
The successful candidate will model the Core Values and the Leadership Competencies in every action and decision.
Create a work environment where innovative solutions to complex work issues are consistently developed.
Ensure that performance expectations are clear.
Provide timely feedback and hold subordinates accountable as well as reward superior performance.
Identify and develop candidates for future leadership positions.
Partner with employees and union representatives to enhance employee satisfaction.
Partner with peers, staff departments, matrix organizations and outside agencies to improve overall business results.
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, with 20,000
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, incorporated in California in 1905, is one of the largest combination natural gas and electric utilities in the United States. Based in San Francisco, the company is a subsidiary of PG&E Corporation. There are approximately 20,000 employees who carry out Pacific Gas and Electric Companys primary business the transmission and delivery of energy. The company provides natural gas and electric service to approximately 15 million people throughout a 70,000-square-mile service area in northern and central California. Pacific Gas and Electric Company and other utilities in the state are regulated by the California Public Utilities Commission. The CPUC was created by the state Legislature in 1911. Fast Facts * Service area stretches from Eureka in the north to Bakersfield in the south, and from the Pacific Ocean in the west to the Sierra Nevada in the east. * 123,054 circuit miles of electric distribution lines and 18,610 circuit miles of interconnected transmission lines. * 40,123 miles of natural gas distribution pipelines and 6,136 miles of transportation pipelines. * 5.1 million electric customer accounts. * 4.2 million natural gas customer accounts.