USIC, LLC (USIC) is
one of the nation’s fastest growing underground utility locating
companies. By locating underground utilities, we are protecting the
communities where we live and work.
are responsible for the correct, safe and efficient locating of
underground utilities including telecommunications, electric, power,
cable TV, gas, water and sewer systems. This includes taking time to
thoroughly search for underground utilities in an area, properly
marking the location, completing the necessary paperwork and
photographing each locate.
Our "mobile office" approach to work
means that you will never have the same day twice. Our Locators work
from a company vehicle utilizing our state of the art ticket and
claims management systems to ensure clear and complete mark out
services for the excavator or property owner.
This position requires you to work
outdoors in all types of weather conditions and use a company
provided laptop to document and close all tickets. Our 48 hour
turnaround time on all locates means we generally work the day after
holidays and some weekends, as needed.
We are currently hiring throughout
multiple states in the US. Please visit our website to view all of
our current openings.
These are daytime, full-time
positions and some overtime may be required. Instructor led training
will be provided. No locating experience is necessary.
100% paid training
Company vehicle – all vehicle expenses paid
Company laptop, phone and equipment
Advancement opportunities – we promote from within the company
Medical, dental, vision and life insurance
401(k) with company match
Must be able to work outdoors in all types of weather conditions;
outdoor experience preferred
Must be able to work in a confined space; walk, bend, and lift up
to 75 pounds
Must be computer proficient
Must be available to work overtime and some weekends (as needed)
Diploma or GED required
Must pass a drug screen
Valid driver’s license and safe driving record required
For consideration, please apply online at
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer
Originator or Senior Originator
Topeka General Office
Westar Energy’s Power Marketing group offers a high energy,
team-oriented work environment with an attractive base salary and
benefits package. Total compensation includes an incentive
opportunity with the potential for significantly increased earnings.
Hours: Monday – Friday,
7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Overnight travel as required.
Summary of Primary Duties and
Responsible for generating structured transactions
and Energy Management Agreements (EMA) with wholesale customers and
other energy suppliers in the mid and long-term energy markets. Must
be familiar with RTO/ISO developments and how they impact mid and
long-term energy products. Helps manage the operation of the bulk
power supply system by optimizing unloaded company owned generation,
power supply contracts and economy wholesale sales and purchases.
Responsible for responding to request for proposals in the long-term
energy markets. Candidate must have significant relationships and
contacts across geographies, power markets and customer segments in
the US. They will be required to construct, price, and market new
energy products aimed at broadening our customer base. Develops and
strengthens alliances in energy markets throughout the country. Must
develop and maintain strong relationships with customers and
suppliers. Knowledge of how to move physical energy and an
understanding of commodity trading is a must. Must be able to make
decisions that are in the best interest of the business as a
self-starter who works with minimal supervision. The originator must
be capable of being effective in a high energy, high stress, and
fast paced environment. Must be results oriented, be able to
maintain a positive attitude and thrive in a team environment.
Superior quantitative skills are necessary.
Develops and maintains strong
relationships with EMA customers, wholesale customers, and
Generates new EMA business
providing predictable and sustainable margins.
Develops and presents effective
presentations to existing and new customers
Develops and administers contracts
for new and existing EMA and wholesale business.
Develops and strengthens alliances
in energy markets throughout the country.
Coordinates and communicates with
internal groups to ensure operations are in accordance with the
EMA and wholesale contracts.
Represents Westar by attending
industry events and conferences.
Coordinates and participates in
meetings with EMA customers, wholesale customers, counterparts,
and potential key accounts.
Structures long-term wholesale
contracts for the Westar Assets, EMA customers, and Trading.
Identify RFP opportunities and originate bilateral
PPA targets outside formal RFP processes
Education and Experience
A Bachelor’s degree is highly preferred with
preference in Business, Engineering or related field. The select
candidate must have at least five years of wholesale transactional
experience in Energy Marketing or Origination. Must demonstrate an
expert level of proficiency in customer relationship marketing.
Must demonstrate the ability to understand and adhere to all risk
management policies and procedures.
Skills, Knowledge and Abilities
Possess strong interpersonal and
communication skills required to build and maintain working
relationships both internally and externally Ability to make
decisions for long term viability of the company
Self-motivated to achieve success
in a rapidly evolving environment
Demonstrates knowledge of
significant aspects of the wholesale power trading business
especially in trading/origination transactions
Strong analytical skills
Knowledge of North American bulk
electric grid infrastructure
Demonstrated capabilities in:
negotiating complex terms of structured wholesale transactions and
acquisitions, financial analysis of structured wholesale
Challenged within a
results-oriented team environment
Strong computer skills, including
knowledge and proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite Products
Licenses, Certifications, Bonding
and/or Testing Required:
Normal office working conditions
with overnight travel required.
provides a broad suite of energy trading and risk management
services. ACES has the following exciting opportunities available.
Vice President of Business
Development & Customer Service
Location: Carmel, IN
The primary responsibility of this position is to provide leadership
to the business development and customer service staff for attaining
new members and customers and providing exceptional service for
current members and customers. The position has responsibility to
meet the New Business Revenue goal established annually in ACES’
budget as well as the renewal of existing customer contracts.
Candidate must possess a college and/or advanced degree in an
appropriate discipline with at least 10 years in the wholesale
energy business including management and supervisory
Excellent written, presentation and oral communication skills as
well as computer skills.
Extensive network of industry contacts and previous energy
structured deal closure experience required.
Experience in developing new customer relationships and
maintaining those relationships.
Competence with mathematics, commercial marketing, fuels
conversion and technical concepts.
High degree of analytical skill and energy industry curiosity.
Series 3, National Commodity Futures Examination, qualified in
past 2 years OR will sit for the Series 3 after hired.
Serve as the focal point and liaison between the business
development and customer service team and the executive staff
including the responsibility of disseminating information
concerning ACES’ strategic plans to the team.
Communicate industry information and trends to ACES’ members that
are gained through seeking new business opportunities.
Develop new business development revenue forecasts to support the
Accounting team’s monthly and annual budget.
Participate with business development staff and provide leadership
to execute and close new customer transactions.
Participate with customer service staff and provide leadership to
manage customer contracts and their renewal of the service
Provide oversight of the team and provide assistance with, as
needed, all other staff for improving customer satisfaction.
Develop, maintain and execute a diligent and efficient deal flow
process for Accounting, Legal and Senior Management.
ACES External Affairs Department in monitoring the quality and
content of ACES’ web site.
Administrative duties associated with the supervision and
management of Business Development and Customer Service staff in
multiple office locations.
Provide reports to Senior Management.
Provide assistance and direction in the development of new
contracts and their language.
Travel as required.
Will adhere to all ACES corporate policies and comply with all
ACES regulatory requirements, including but not limited to NERC,
FERC, CFTC and relevant state regulations, as applicable to this
additional responsibilities assigned by management.
Federal Sales Manager, Energy Services
Client is recognized as a
benchmark in the Energy Services/Demand-side Management community.
They help the federal government improve their relationship with
energy by advising, developing and implementing energy retrofit
projects. World-class leadership, resources and branding that will
enable you to succeed and "be your best you."
The Federal Sales
Manager should have existing relationships with decision-makers
and knowledge of operations at governmental organizations. This
individual will be responsible for managing a direct sales team and
a P&L. You will be providing comprehensive energy solutions to
customers relating to energy efficiency and also supporting cross
functional sales to electric, natural gas, renewable power, load
response and other blended solutions.
Ability to lead/develop/support a Federal sales team
successfully prospected and contacted Federal decision makers
Develop and manage a sales energy efficiency pipeline
Understand customer's energy objectives, price risk tolerances,
develop sustainable energy solutions
Exceptional communication skills with the ability to speak in front
of groups and C-Level executives
Experience and contacts
in the Federal ESPC marketplace
Springfield Missouri ●
Working at AECI is more
than a job, it is a career filled with challenges, rewarding work
experiences, state-of-the-art tools and exceptional benefits. We are
a premier employer comprised of the best and the brightest in the
industry. We are searching for talented, enthusiastic people to
contribute to our team as we work to provide safe, reliable and
affordable energy for our member-owners. At AECI, one of the largest
electric cooperatives in the nation, your opportunities to gain
valuable experience and contribute new ideas in an ever-changing in-dustry
with a growing company are endless.
Headquarters is currently seeking applicants to fill a Power
Marketer position in the Engineering & Operations Division.
A Power Marketer is tasked with maximizing Associated’s generation
and transmission resources by purchasing and selling electric energy
to reliably serve the needs of Associated's member cooperatives.
This position requires strong analytical skills to accurately
forecast member load requirements, when to dispatch generation as
well as perform financial analysis to optimize the energy market and
AECI’s member’s assets. This position must be able to assess the
dynamic wholesale energy market in order to determine the most
economical generation mix. Knowledge of Power Plant fundamentals and
characteristics is a plus. This position is a high profile job
within AECI and all transactions are completely transparent
throughout the company. An extensive knowledge of RTO markets is
This position requires a
100% rotating shift, including weekends, holidays and occasional
overtime. This position requires a high level of commitment and
attendance as the desk must be filled 365 days per year, 24 hours
Qualified applicants will
possess a Bachelors degree in engineering, finance or an equivalent
field with technical and analytical emphasis, or equivalent
experience. Applicants must have the ability to repeatedly conduct
appropriate and effective analysis in order to make quantitative and
economic evaluations over a short period of time. The successful
candidate will demonstrate strong attention to detail and be able to
effectively manage multiple tasks with precision and speed.
Applicants must possess excellent verbal and written communication
skills to conduct transactions via telephone and instant messaging
with industry counterparts. Very strong interpersonal skills are
essential as this position requires the ability to work
independently as well as within a team atmosphere. Proficiency in
Microsoft Excel and Word are required.
To apply for a
position, please visit
and complete your profile. You will be able to upload additional
applicant documents (i.e. resume, cover letter) and apply for a
position. AECI is fully committed to the concept and practice of
equal opportunity and affirmative action in all aspects of
employment. Please reference the contact information above if you
require assistance in filling out an application. Individuals with
disabilities should request reasonable accommodations in accordance
with the Americans with Disabilities Act prior to an appointment.
CITY OF ANAHEIM
invites applications for the position
Senior Integrated Resource
- $11,994.00 Monthly
$104,675.00 - $143,928.00 Annually
City of Anaheim is currently looking for two (2) Senior Integrated
Resource Planners with selected experience within the Integrated
Position One (1) in Operations & Planning will be responsible
for providing lead responsibility for the services and activities of
the power resources economic planning/forecasting, contracts and
load scheduling programs.
Position Two (2) in Regulatory & Legislative affairs will be
responsible for performing lead responsibilities in identifying,
analyzing, managing compliance and participating in multifaceted
state and federal regulatory and legislative matters affecting the
Department's resource portfolio.
This position will be open on a continuous
basis with a
first review date of
Monday, August 21, 2017.
Applicants are encouraged to apply by this date to assure
following functions are typical for this classification.
Incumbents may not perform all of the listed functions and/or
may be required to perform additional or different functions
from those set forth below to address business needs and
changing business practices.
Evaluate requirements pursuant to
energy and utility related legislation and regulatory filings
or tariffs issued by regulatory and governing bodies,
including but not limited to, the California Independent
System Operator (CAISO), the California Energy Commission (CEC),
the California Air Resources Board (CARB), the California
Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) and the Federal Energy
Regulatory Commission (FERC).
Develop policy positions for
recommendation to senior management, as well as advocate
adopted policy positions in external in internal venues,
including regulatory agencies and State and Federal
Utilize CAISO software systems for
scheduling, bidding, and trading energy and managing supply
portfolios. Ability to interpret CAISO tariff rules and
business practices manuals affecting bidding and scheduling of
resources within the CAISO. Develop bidding and scheduling
Ability to forecast electric load
on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis for the electric
utility's bulk power system; perform pre-scheduling functions,
including daily gas scheduling and trading, daily energy
scheduling and trading, and uploading schedules and load
Plan the use of transmission
facilities, electric generation resources, electric generation
capacity, and wholesale power transactions to serve the bulk
system load at the least possible cost.
Negotiate, monitor, and administer
short term power supply contracts; monitor and analyze supply
and demand contract requirements and make recommendations to
management regarding strategies for maximizing the benefits of
Coordinate and oversee the work of
other department staff to ensure the least cost operation,
management, and settlement of power supply resources and
contracts; participate in resolving CAISO and third party
Participate in the development and
implementation of goals, objectives, policies and priorities
for assigned programs, including power resource development
planning, scheduling, market research and power contract
administration; participate in developing generation resource
scheduling and operating procedures.
Analyze and measure effectiveness
of existing strategies, processes, methods, tools and products
to determine improvements, enhancements and efficiencies.
Evaluate how the analysis of supply and demand fundamentals
impact gas, power and emissions biding and procurement
Participate in the development and
administration of the department's annual budget; monitor
program/project expenditures; provide information on future
costs of power and capital expenditures.
Prepare RFP's for consultant and
software vendors; review, evaluate and select consultants and
make recommendations regarding consultant selection and
services; participate in the planning, design, and maintenance
of applicable software systems.
Participate in the coordination of
short- and long-term electric system forecasts; conduct
surveys of various utility groups; evaluate existing power
resources and analyze future requirements; forecast daily
power loads; determine the City's hourly resource
capabilities; schedule activities with counterparty
transactions and the CAISO.
Prepare complex reports and other
documents; identify and explain reasons for deviations;
support and defend reports to regulatory commissions.
Represent the department's
interests in resource operating committees meetings.
Assist in the development of
conventional and renewable resource contracts.
Provide management with economic
analysis of proposed legislation and proposed litigation
settlements; meet and confer with representatives from other
utilities and agencies to settle disputes; and assist legal
counsel in bulk power litigation.
May provide lead responsibility
for the services and activities of the power resources
economic planning/forecasting, contracts, and load scheduling
programs of the Integrated Resources Division.
Attend and participate in
professional group meetings; stay abreast of new trends and
innovations in the fields of power contracts, economic power
resources planning and load scheduling.
Perform related duties as
Four years (4) of increasingly
responsible professional experience in the forecasting and
analysis of power resources, and bulk power contract
administration supplemented by a Bachelor's degree from an
accredited college or university with major course work in
business, engineering, economics, accounting, or a related
Knowledge of principles,
practices, methods and characteristics of generation and
transmission operations; energy and utility related
regulations and legislation affecting utility operations; and
contract negotiations and administration.
Knowledge of integrated resources
planning and accounting; statistical, financial and economic
analysis; principles of lead supervision and training.
Knowledge of principles and
practices of complex CAISO scheduling and related software
systems; research and data collection; technical report
preparation; office procedures, methods, and equipment
including computers and applicable software applications such
as word processing, spreadsheets, and databases; and pertinent
federal, state and local laws and regulations.
Ability to evaluate and provide
analytical and policy support on current regulatory and
rate making matters in the electric sector, particularly
within California; coordinate the work of professional and
Ability to provide professional
leadership; recommend and implement goals, objectives and
practices; analyze, negotiate or administer contracts and
budgets related to legislative and regulatory matters.
Ability to prepare clear and
concise staff reports, regulatory reports and other written
documents; analyze problems and recommend solutions; interpret
and apply federal, state and local laws and procedures;
communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing;
and establish and maintain effective working relationships
with those contacted in the course of work.
Possession of an appropriate, valid driver's license.
Candidates must be specific and complete in describing their
qualifications for this position. Failure to state all pertinent
information may lead to elimination from consideration.
The successful candidate will be required to undergo a
reference/background check (to include a conviction record),
pass a post offer pre-employment medical examination, which will
include a drug/alcohol screening.
The City of Anaheim uses E-Verify and new employees must provide
documentation to establish both work authorization and identity.
Communication regarding your application and/or status will be
sent to the email address listed on your application. Please
check your email regularly throughout the recruitment process as
you will not receive communication through U.S. mail.
APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT
201 S. Anaheim Blvd., Suite 501
Anaheim, CA 92805
Position # 2017-00182
SENIOR INTEGRATED RESOURCE PLANNER
Online Marketing Manager – Energy Supplier
25-year industry leading
Energy Marketing Company is seeking an Online Marketing Manager to
lead the marketing and advertising efforts through both online and
traditional media. Must have experience driving online traffic
and increasing enrollment/memberships through website.
Reporting directly to the Vice President, you will directly manage
and grow a marketing team.
Search Engine Marketing:
Must be data and analytics driven - A mix of experience
ranging from pay-per-click advertising, analytics implementation,
data driven strategy, SEO and social media strategy with an emphasis
on e-commerce websites. Sales campaign development includes content
development, keyword research, competitive analysis, link building,
ad writing, landing page development.
Day to day responsibilities:
Plan, launch and
optimize our platforms digital advertising accounts across the
paid search, paid social & display advertising channels
Monitor performance of
accounts, identify opportunities for optimization and growth, and
Compile data and
produce reports for upper management
Research and keep
abreast of trends in SEM and digital advertising
Must have experience
driving online enrollment/memberships. Must have proven experience
in e-commerce and online sales. Develops and implements the
strategic online marketing plan for an organization.
is searching for qualified candidates to fill several open
positions with our clients including global energy companies, oil
& gas majors, hedge funds, I-Banks, IPPs, proprietary trading
firms, utilities, retail energy providers, and market research
firms. We work with companies nationwide. Sample open
ICE Trader – PJM Focus,
Positions #2 and #3
Mexico FTR Trader,
NYISO Power Trader,
New England Power Term Trader,
Power Quantitative Strategist,
PJM Transmission Senior Analyst,
Power Risk Control Senior Analyst,
Retail Risk Analyst,
ISO Power Settlements Senior Analyst,
ICE Trader – PJM Focus
Position trades Bal Day, Next Day, Weekly and
Monthly products on ICE. Required: bachelor's degree, strong
fundamental market knowledge, modeling skills, and prior
profitable trading record trading ICE products ($1-3M minimum).
MISO FTR Trader
Position leads MISO FTR trading platform/desk
including analytics (power flow and dispatch models) to trade in
monthly, quarterly and annual auctions for a global energy
company. Required: bachelor's degree (power engineering
preferred), strong fundamental market knowledge, strong modeling
and programming skills, and prior profitable trading record
trading FTRs ($3-$7M minimum).
Position #3: FTR/CRR Traders – CaISO, ERCOT, MISO, NY, NE,
Ontario, PJM or SPP Focus
Position builds out an FTR trading platform/desk,
including analytics (power flow models) to trade in monthly and
quarterly auctions. Required: bachelor's degree (power
engineering preferred), strong fundamental market knowledge,
strong modeling and programming skills, and prior profitable
trading record trading FTRs/CRRs ($1-3M minimum).
Position #4: Mexico FTR Trader
Position leads the build-out of a Mexico FTR
trading platform/desk including analytics (power flow and dispatch
models) to trade in monthly, balance of the year and annual
auctions. Required: advanced degree (PhD or Masters required,
power engineering preferred), prior experience with congestion/FTR
trading in one or more ISOs, strong modeling and programming
skills, prior profitable trading record trading and Spanish
speaking skills to interpret tariffs/market rules and attend
Mexico market meetings/industry events, etc.
Position is a northeast short-term (3 months) power
trader primarily focused on NYISO. Position trades a combination
of products including ICE (Bal Day, Next Day, Weekly, Monthly),
natural gas, zonal spreads, spark spreads, heat rates, virtuals,
uptos, darts, on-peak, off-peak, TCCs, and physical flow.
Required: bachelor’s degree, experience with the market
fundamentals of NYISO, PJM and ISO-NE, strong modeling skills, and
prior profitable trading record.
Position #6: New England Power Term Trader
Position is responsible for term trading in the New
England / ISO-NE power markets with a focus on speculative trading
with some customer flow. Required: bachelor's degree, strong
fundamental market knowledge, modeling skills, experience taking
trading risk one to three years out on the curve and prior
profitable trading managing a portfolio in the $5M-$10M range.
Power Quantitative Strategist
Position is part of the commercial team and works
directly with the originators, traders, quants and customers to
undertake structuring activities for competitive deals and
products. Responsibilities include designing complex valuation and
price models for structured products including tolling agreements,
full requirements / load-following deals, PPA agreements, shaped
products, revenue puts, swaptions, weather contingent derivative
products, basket options, heat rate options, RECs and other
physical/financial/derivatives; and enhancing and back-testing
pricing models on an ongoing basis. Required: PhD in a
quantitative field (mathematics, engineering, physics, statistics,
etc.); 2-5 years' experience in a power or gas quantitative role
and ideally with prior experience pricing and structuring complex
and transactions (exotic options, bespoke structures) or
experience building or enhancing pricing models is preferred;
strong understanding of embedded optionality and drivers; and
experience with coding is required.
Position #8: PJM Transmission Senior Analyst
Position provides key analytics in support of a PJM
FTR trading portfolio. Responsibilities include running
production cost models; providing transmission and congestion
research; forecasting prices; and identifying strategies for the
PJM FTR auctions. This position takes a quantitative approach to
building the models and trading tools, and will use both data
mining and fundamental analysis techniques. The focus is hedging
their generation but the position also will get involved with
managing a trade book and an analytical support for the commercial
physical and financial power trading teams. Required: Master’s or
PhD in Electrical Engineering (power systems focus) with 3-7
years’ experience in PJM transmission planning, engineering or
congestion analysis at a utility, IPP, power trading firm power
research firm or ISO; expert knowledge in the market rules of PJM;
strong modeling and programming skills; and power flow analysis
skills using UPLAN, PowerWorld, Dayzer, PROMOD or PSSE.
Power Risk Control Senior Analyst
Position supports physical and financial power
trading & marketing desks. Key responsibilities include measuring,
valuing, and reporting the daily mark-to-market P&L and risk
management reports; price curve validation; reconciling financial
trades to FCM, broker statements, and reviewing fees/charges
related to trades; understanding of trading portfolios and
strategies in conjunction with the overall power markets from a
risk, liquidity and fundamental perspective; providing management
commentary on trading activity; monitoring trader risk to ensure
compliance with control policies and trader limits; supporting the
power desks with ad hoc analysis; supporting the cash forecast and
accounting processes; and participating in projects to automate
and streamline processes. Required: bachelor’s degree in finance
or related field; 2-5 years’ experience in power / electricity
products risk control, trade reporting, valuations, product
control, or a middle-office PnL role supporting a power trading &
marketing desk; strong working knowledge of the physical and
financial power markets; familiarity with physical transactions is
strongly preferred; ability to assume a variety of
responsibilities and work independently; strong analytical skills;
and experience with ETRM systems, specifically OpenLink Endur, and
strong Excel, ACCESS, VBA, SQL skills are highly desired.
Position #10: Retail Risk Analyst
Position oversees risk reporting of the retail, C&I
and residential customer bases. Responsibilities include preparing
daily risk reporting and analysis of the portfolios including VaR,
options analysis and stress testing; analyzing portfolio risk and
valuation models; and participating in process and system
improvements. Required: a bachelor's degree in Finance, Accounting
or related field (MBA, CFA preferred); 3+ years' experience in a
market risk, middle-office, product control or risk valuations
role within a power trading environment; understanding of complex
power transactions; in-depth knowledge of physical and financial
power trading markets, strategies and the related volatility; and
strong Excel and VBA skills.
Power Settlements Senior Analyst
Position performs financial reporting, accounting
and settlement activities related to power plant energy management
agreements (EMAs). Responsibilities include maintaining P&L for
assigned assets, reconciling trade and accounting P&Ls on a
monthly basis, reconciling and settling trade activity for power
pools (ERCOT, MISO, CaISO and PJM), reconciling ISO statements,
performing monthly check-out with bilateral counterparties,
invoicing, performing month-end close and reconciliation
activities and assisting with audits. Required: bachelor's degree
in Accounting, Finance or related field; 5-10 years' experience in
the physical power markets including experience with day ahead and
real-time power trading; experience with FTR settlements; and
proficiency with MS Office.
Current Energy Solutions Openings –
Energy Services/Performance Contracting:
Regional General Manager – Midwest
Federal Regional Sales Manager – Open
Business Development – California
Director, Federal Business Development –
Senior Account Executive – Midwest
►For confidential details contact
Scott Brownholtz @ 916-649-3200 or
Senior Regulatory Compliance Analyst
Puget Sound Energy’s Federal & Regional
Policy department is looking for a Senior Regulatory Compliance
Analyst or below to join our team! This role will perform the
complex research, planning, developing and implementation of
compliance processes to ensure that PSE meets federal, regional,
state and other regulatory requirements. This person will be the
lead in compiling and filing items related to Federal Energy
Regulatory Commission (FERC) Standards of Conduct (SOC) and
Electronic Quarterly Reporting (EQR) requirements. We are looking
for someone who can work independently to identify, analyze and
apply regulatory requirements; monitor changes; advise applicable
internal departments regarding compliance; compile information for
record keeping and filing; review company practices to identify
necessary improvements and issues; create, file and ensure accuracy
and completeness of filings; assist with FERC audits and formula
rate proceedings; and create and maintain process documentation and
PSE is an Equal Opportunity Employer, including
Protected Veterans and those with Disabilities. Read more about
these opportunities and apply online to ad #63941 at
Real Time Power Dispatchers
Trane Energy Supply Services is launching a new NERC
certified Market Operations Center in its Louisville, KY office. This
state of the art center, with the latest in SCADA, GMS and cyber
security technologies, will enhance our existing Power Control
Center, which has been in operation since 2008. These expanded
capabilities will allow us to provide our customers with full access
to wholesale energy, demand response and ancillary services markets
to maximize the value of their assets.
As part of this effort, we will have open
positions for Real Time Power Dispatchers.
The RT Dispatcher’s primary responsibilities will be
to coordinate between Regional Transmission Operators and the
client’s facilities to schedule, dispatch and market the clients’
resources, while maintaining system integrity and reliability. You
will monitor plant capabilities and schedules.
Certification required within 6 months of Hire
Able to work rotating 12 hour shifts,
including nights, weekends, and holidays to ensure 24/7 hour
Experience with PJM generation
SCADA / GMS experience
Microsoft Office expertise - Word,
Excel - must be fluent in Office products.
Settlement experience a plus!
details – Job #1707854