WHAT WOULD YOU DO:
Supervise personnel working in substation, metering, or protection & control. Schedule system protection and control maintenance based on NERC/WECC and utility requirements. Responsible for prioritizing, scheduling, and assigning maintenance and construction work. Work with dispatch and system planning engineers to schedule station apparatus maintenance outages, construction related outages, and emergency repairs of substation apparatus. Investigate metering errors, power diversions, and meter tampering. Develop and manage an asset management program. Serve as relief to the Technical Services Manager as needed Respond to after-hour transmission and distribution electrical system problems.
A bachelor’s degree in a technical field or at least five years’ work experience in a related field at journey level. Experience includes transmission/distribution maintenance practices, knowledge of electrical system construction, standard materials, and substation equipment operation. Work experience and knowledge in working with utility revenue metering, substation equipment & operation, and system protection and control is preferred.
Clark Public Utilities offers advancement opportunities, competitive wages, excellent benefits and employee incentive programs. For confidential consideration, please forward your resume with a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org or to Clark Public Utilities, Human Resources, P.O. Box 8900, Vancouver, WA 98668.
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