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Transmission Asset Management Project Manager

Tri-State Generation & Transmission


Location:
Westminster, Colorado
Date:
06/16/2017
2017-06-162017-07-16
Job Code:
IRC22305
Job Type:
Employee
Job Status:
Full Time
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Job Details

Responsible for providing expert guidance and support in transmission asset management in a technical, data science or data engineering role and developing internal consensus on issues relating to transmission asset management. Responsible for evaluating, developing, and coordinating key processes, documentation and workflows through completion in a closed loop fashion and reporting to Senior Staff and Senior Management in areas of continuous improvement across all transmission functional areas. Responsible for identifying, implementing, or making recommendations related to data management, integration, analytics, visualization, and reporting tools. Responsible for coordinating and completing transmission asset management projects related to asset and data optimization initiatives to enhance efficient data-driven business decisions throughout transmission asset lifecycles.

Requirements

REQUIRED JOB QUALIFICATIONS

 

Education and Training

  • Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Business Analytics, Data Science, or related area of study.

 Knowledge, Skills, and Ability:

  • Knowledge of data management and analytics principles and practices via engineering and IT related experience or skillset.

  • Deep demonstrated knowledge and experience with electric utility transmission or power delivery substation and transmission line assets and equipment.

  • Working knowledge of system operations, maintenance, engineering and planning processes.

  • Ability to evaluate, develop, implement and audit process workflows and continuous process improvement initiatives across the organization in an unbiased way with a larger global-good perspective.

  • Working knowledge of statistical and mathematical theories to be able to understand what data means, how it ties together, and how it should be integrated for best use within and throughout transmission disciplines.

  • Knowledge of plant accounting and finance; capital and O&M budgeting processes.

  • Strong working knowledge and demonstrable experience designing, maintaining, testing, commissioning or operating transmission equipment.

  • Knowledge of ISO 55000 Principles.

Experience:

  • Eight (8) years of related experience including electric utility asset management principles, utility transmission functional areas, data science, data engineering, project management and implementing new programs or equivalent experience gained through progressively greater responsibilities.

  • Experience with electric utility data systems such as Cascade, PowerBase, Transmission Outage Application (TOA), Asset Suite, GIS, MS SharePoint, MS Access, MS BI, SQL, Oracle, Python, R, Visio, and Copper Leaf a plus.

  • Experience using analytical and technical capabilities to extract insights from data. Writing algorithms, developing user interfaces, and writing queries efficiently is preferred.

  • Experience looking forward, interpreting information for predictive analytics upon which the transmission organization may base business decisions.

     

Other:

  • Willingness to travel as required for training, conferences, and meetings.

 

DESIRED JOB QUALIFICATIONS

  • Masters’ degree preferred

  • Electric Utility Experience preferred

  • Project Management certificate desired

 

PHYSICAL AND MENTAL DEMANDS:  The physical demands and work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the position.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Physical demands: While performing the duties of this position, the incumbent is primarily required to sit, stand, walk, stoop, bend and frequently utilize a keyboard/computer. Specific vision abilities include close vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus.

  • Mental demands: While performing the duties of this position, the incumbent is required to problem solve, read, write and analyze data, work under schedules and deadline pressure, present information to others, work independently and use discretion and judgment for confidential or sensitive projects/issues.

  • Work Environment: While performing the duties of this position, the employee is exposed to an office environment indoors, and will occasionally travel outdoors to multiple locations dependent on work.

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