DMEA Management POSITION GUIDE
Technical Systems Supervisor
Montrose, Colorado, USA
Electrical Engineer, Electronics Technician, Equipment Technician Foreman, Equipment Technician, Apprentice Equipment Technician
Various employees from time to time including but not limited to: System Designers, Linemen, GIS Technicians, Dispatchers, Customer Service Representatives.
*Must attach a resume with completed application ro be considered for this position*
**Job Closes May 6th, 2018 @ 11:59pm**
The Technical Systems Supervisor is responsible for the management of design, coordination, protection, voltages, load balancing, planning, and troubleshooting of the company’s electric system. Also, this position is responsible for the management of SCADA, AMR and two-way radio system administration, and for all related communications systems including AMR.
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or technical field required. Not less than five years advanced technical experience required. Not less than two years experience in programs and people management required. Must maintain a valid driver’s license.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
In an efficient and professional manner, and accordance with the DMEA/IBEW Labor Agreement and DMEA Accident Prevention Manual:
Individual has the authority to take whatever action is deemed advisable or necessary and may initiate and carry out the action; but is required to advise superiors of the action taken when deemed necessary.
OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed in this job. This description is not intended to be an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, duties and requirements for personnel in this position.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Must have knowledge of principles and practices of electrical engineering and the operations of an electrical utility system. Knowledge of personnel practices, budgeting, general accounting, and fiscal management practices; office procedures and business operating systems; and the appropriate methods and means of dealing with human behavior situations in a variety of business circumstances. Must maintain a working knowledge of the National Electric Safety Code (NESC) and should maintain a working knowledge of the National Electric Code (NEC). Must develop and maintain proficient computer skills with Microsoft Office products such as Outlook, Excel, and Word as well as with specific vendor product programs.
Communicating effectively, verbally and in writing, in a diverse range of audiences and settings; persuasion and negotiation of conflicts and problems; assessing operational, program, staffing, and fiscal needs; interpreting government regulations; evaluating fiscal and financial reports, forms, and data; analyzing complex written documents; identifying and resolving administrative problems, working long and irregular hours, and under pressure conditions; delegating responsibility and achieving results through subordinates; and maintaining order in an environment of changing priorities.
Understands and has the ability to interpret the union contract, agreements and administrative policies to properly apply provisions to supervising and directing the work of subordinates. Understands and uses the concepts of effective performance recognition, coaching, discipline, and documentation.
Understands the concept of providing quality service to DMEA customers and employees and agrees to maintain a continuing commitment to providing superior service.
ESSENTIAL PHYSICAL AND MENTAL REQUIREMENTS:
Requires frequent sitting, standing, walking and use of keyboard/computer; and occasional bending, kneeling, reaching lifting up to 25 pounds, and driving a light-duty vehicle. Requires finger dexterity, good vision and hearing, ability to speak English fluently, and the ability to perform close work. Office equipment used frequently includes personal computers, related software, copy machines, fax machines, etc.
Approximately 75% of the work performed is done indoors in an office setting. Occasional travel by company vehicle and commercial means is required.