Supvr-Nexmpt, Gas Corrosion & Regulation
Pacific Gas and Electric - San Carlos, CA
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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.
The Gas Distribution Maintenance & Construction (M&C) department has 18 new leadership opportunities. These new positions will report to the Gas Superintendent in each division and work closely with the current Gas Transmission and Regulation Supervisors. This position will lead a team of Title 200 corrosion mechanics.
This organization consists of proud men and women who are responsible for safely maintaining and constructing PG&E's gas facilities. Employees that perform maintenance and construction on gas facilities receive extensive training on PG&E facilities to ensure a safe and productive workforce.
Responsible for supervising a team of 2-6 employees performing skilled craft work, primarily Corrosion Mechanics.
Bachelor's degree in Construction, Civil or Mechanical engineering
3 years relevant work experience.
3 years in a journey level or equivalent gas utility field job.
Certified structural steel welder with 3 years' experience
AA in a field related to engineering or construction, or equivalent experience with 3 years job experience at an oil/gas company performing pipeline work or engineering type functions.
Basic understanding of cathodic protection passive and active corrosion control.
Lead experience, e.g. as a crew foreman.
Working knowledge of the IBEW Contract.
Knowledge of the California Public Utility Commission General Orders (GO) 128, and/or 165.
General computer skills in Word and Excel along with daily routine experience with e-mail communications.
Manage the work through a team of gas craft employees, ensuring compliance with corporate and regulatory requirements and alignment with company values.
Monitor compliance to corrosion/cathodic protection standards and specifications, to achieve high quality work the first time done.
Develop action plans to address deficiencies in process or employee skill/knowledge and track the progress of those plans.
Communicate business goals and objectives to the work group.
Identify and pursue productivity improvements and implement work practices to reduce operating costs while meeting corporate and regulatory compliance.
Develop the business knowledge and technical skills of field employees. Foster teamwork with all other company work groups.
Ensure that customers' needs and expectations are met; ensure clear, professional, proactive communication with customers.
Fully implement and hold subordinates accountable for safety best practices and adherence to the safety accountability model. Ensure full compliance with the Injury & Illness Prevention Program, working closely with the Safety Program Coordinator.
Ensure compliance with mandated Operator Qualification (OQ) requirements and safety training for the department.
Dispatch work to each employee in accordance with mandated compliance dates and regulations.
Complete and maintain all work documentation and reporting.
Facilitate weekly team meetings/tailboards; conduct training as needed.
Will regularly travel to projects and to visit employees in the field within an assigned geographic area.
Conduct emergency on-call; work unusual hours in emergency situations.
Other Duties May Include:
Perform final field acceptance evaluation for completed gas regulator station construction or modification/s to assure compliance with company engineering and construction specificat