Requisition ID # 140608
Job Category: Maintenance/Construction/Operations
Job Level: Individual Contributor
Business Unit: Operations - Other
Work Type: Hybrid
Job Location: Auburn
Supports field-focused teams of employees and contractors to ensure compliance with the California Public Utility Commission (CPUC) General Order (GO) 165, 95, and 128. Facilitates planning and systemwide execution of efficient and compliant electric asset inspections and patrols programs. Supports electric system risk identification by delivering sustainable inspection programs that provide traceable, accurate, verifiable, and complete asset inspection records. Ensures inspection personnel are properly trained and supported to safely deliver efficient asset evaluations.
This position offers a flexible work location within the Northern Valley of PG&E's service territory.
PG&E is providing the salary range that the company in good faith believes it might pay for this position at the time of the job posting. This compensation range is specific to the locality of the job. The actual salary paid to an individual will be based on multiple factors, including, but not limited to, specific skills, education, licenses or certifications, experience, market value, geographic location, collective bargaining agreements, and internal equity.
A reasonable salary range is:?
Bay Area Minimum: $126,000
Bay Area Maximum: $?200,000
California Minimum: $120,000
California Maximum: $190,000
This job is also eligible to participate in PG&E's discretionary incentive compensation programs.
- Works closely with Inspection Program Managers to understand inspection and patrol targets and facilitate the planning and execution of this work.
- Ensures the qualified customer representatives (QCR's) who perform the facility condition assessments and subsequent maintenance are trained, knowledgeable and qualified to perform the assigned tasks.
- Ensures work verifications and auditable documentation/records are complete, accurate, and compliant per bulletin notices.
- Interfaces with customers on sensitive issues surrounding inspections, such as gaining access to a customer's property.
- Manages capital & expense budget for patrols, inspections, and electric corrective (EC) work. This includes tracking unit cost, productivity, minor work, and fleet management. Implements work practices that support reduced operating cost. Ensures level of resources support the patrol and inspection workload for assigned area.
- Maps work for field QCR personnel, directing them to appropriate work sight. Reviews, approves and signs off on completed inspections, completed maintenance work documentation and overall work progress. Ensures communication of updated information from inspections to the Mapping department.
- Supports a team in assigned geographic area to ensure the safe, efficient and timely completion of work in compliance with the maintenance requirements of General Order (GO) 165 standards. Integrates GO 165 in the work/document verification process.
- May be asked to support training and development, and onboarding.
- Supports Electric Program Management in managing the division maintenance program and implementation of all required practices.
- May assist or support Quality Assurance Department when conducting periodic reviews of facility conditions, in preparation for CPUC audits, and in preparing and closing review and audit findings.
- Tracks and reports work progress to Program Manager(s) for maintenance and compliance.
- Bachelor's degree in Construction Management, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or equivalent experience.
- Seven (7) years of experience in the field of Industrial engineering or Construction.
- Demonstrated abilities in Cost accounting/Inspection/Contract administration.