Job DescriptionJoin the Clean Energy RevolutionBecome a Field Supervisor at Southern California Edison (SCE) and build a better tomorrow. In this job, you’ll supervise a team of Regional Distribution Training Crew(s) focusing on construction activities. This person will be an inspirational leader taking ownership in the development of safety minded crew members. This person will establish, build and maintain relationships with other RDTCs to identify best training opportunities and work scopes for RDTCs. This person will inspire crew members to work safely and effectively, provide direction on the execution of work order plans, and strategically structure work activities within their work unit to optimize safety, enhance skill sets, productivity, and cost efficiency while maintaining a robust and positive training environment. This position will report directly to the RPPM.As a Field Supervisor , your work will help power our planet, reduce carbon emissions and create cleaner air for everyone. Are you ready to take on the challenge to help us build the future?A day in the life - Get ready to think big, work smart and shine bright!
Supervises various number of employees, including P-Spec, Foreman, Linemen, Apprentices, and Groundmen to ensure that all work is executed and completed in a safe and efficient manner.
Provides leadership and mentoring to crews, including building effective working relationships, identifying training, and delivering coaching and feedback.
Creates, promotes and supports ideas and candid dialogue that result in injury reductions while maintaining work efficiencies and safe work practices.
Fosters a leadership and training environment that encourages all classifications to grow in their leadership and training abilities.
Continuously works to identify purpose within line construction activities, that drives craftsman culture to instill personal discipline, situational awareness, and ownership while emphasizing a safe, positive attitude and strong work ethic.
Will operate regionally to procure, support, and oversee the scheduling, execution and closure of a diverse line construction portfolio.
Responsible for supporting Distribution Business Unit and contributing to its overall success in meeting its financial, safety, CPUC, and ISO Construction, maintenance and Operating compliance, and reliability goals as they relate directly to Distribution construction, maintenance and operating activities.
Accountable fortraining, and development of apprentices, performance management, and discipline of subordinate management and bargaining personnel.Additionally responsible for compliance with the IBEW/SCE collective bargaining agreement including Union Management relations, compliance with EEO and all other company policies and procedures.
Maintains a safe work environment by ensuring adherence to all safety policies, correcting unsafe working conditions, training employees on safe work practices and procedures, and rewarding good safety practices.
Conducts frequent crew visits and field observations to ensure crews have the appropriate tools and resources to perform the work, monitor progress, and ensure work is completed to regulatory and SCE standards.
Ensures employees understand and adhere to all regulatory requirements, optimizing cost efficiency of the crews through managing of overtime and crew size, accurate tail boarding, reviewing daily time sheets and records, and resolving employee disputes.
Reviews daily work schedules and readjust priorities in response to urgent repair orders or other critical events. Interacts with customers, city officials, and other internal or external agencies to complete work on schedule.
Performs other responsibilities and duties as assigned.
Regional support of work coordination, execution, oversight and supervision.
Will have a responsibility to partner with project managers and PRS’s form across the region to identify the best and most diverse work portfolio for our work force.
Maintain a working partnership with Chino Training Center to ensure alignment on training activities and direction.
Required to work with outside vendors and manufacturers to assist with training employees on new technologies and work methods.
Twoormoreyearsinanelectricutilityperformingorsupervisinginplanning,design,construction,maintenance,standards&development, system operations, field operations, or engineering.
Previous experience as an E-Crew Foreman and orTroubleman.
Fiveormoreyearsofcombinedexperienceperformingand/orsupervisingactivitiesrelatedtothedesign,constructionandmaintenance, and/or scheduling activities associated with the electric distribution system.
Experience leading cross-functional teams or bargaining unit personnel including, applying the IBEW collective bargaining agreement. Experienceoverseeingorexecutingmediumtolargeconstructionprojectswithundergroundandoverheadconstruction,maintenanceand operation of the electrical distribution system and associated regulatory requirements, including environmental regulations, safety policies and procedures, and hazardous waste management.
Experience reviewing work and leading the execution of work to ensure on schedule completion.
Abilitytoplanandprioritizeprojects,includingmanagingmultiplesimultaneousprojectsandidentifying/allocatingresourcestoensure project timelines are met.
Experience applying GO 95, GO 128, GO168 andAccident Prevention Manual rules.
Abilitytoeffectivelyleadothersbybuildingstrongworkingrelationshipswithemployees,adaptingleadershipstyletoavarietyof employees, identifying developmental needs, and delivering coaching and mentoring.
Abilityto effectivelycommunicate with internaldepartments, customers,and union personnel.
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Thisposition’sworkmodeison-site.TheemployeewillreporttoanSCEfacilityorinthefieldlocation.Furtherdetailsofthisworkmodewill be discussed at the interview stage.
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