Field Supervisor-Lines

Company Name:
Northeast Utilities
Job Description: AS STATED IN NUP 64, NEW HIRES AND EMPLOYEES WHO HAVE TRANSFERRED INTO A POSTED POSITION ARE EXPECTED TO REMAIN IN THEIR CURRENT POSITION FOR ONE YEAR BEFORE APPLYING FOR A SYSTEM JOB POSTING. IN ADDITION, EMPLOYEES NEED TO INFORM THEIR SUPERVISOR WHEN APPLYING FOR A POSTED JOB. POSITION REQUIREMENTS: A Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Business Administration, or comparable field of study and 8 to 9 years of specifically related technical experience in an electrical utility line construction/operation position or a High School diploma or the equivalent and 12 to 13 years of specifically related technical experience in an electrical utility line construction/operation position is required. Supervisory experience is also required. Previous Craftworker supervision experience is helpful. A valid motor vehicle operator's license is required. Qualified candidates must submit a resume with their application. POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES: Individual supervises at both the first and second level, the design, construction, operation and maintenance of an electric distribution system. Responsible for the design and construction of routine work orders to ensure that they are properly budgeted, constructed, designed, and satisfy financial and high level design parameters. Must have a keen focus for internal and external customers. Responsible for the appropriate assignment of manpower, vehicles and specialized tools and equipment to safely, efficiently and effectively meet work requirements and authorized budgets; contacting customers to ensure that jobs can be performed as planned/scheduled and that all requirements are satisfied; requesting and checking field switching instructions; supervising and coordinating performance of field switching, and serving on call, and supervising line personnel engaged in emergency restoration activities; managing AWC inventory and stockroom functions. Typically acts as Site Environmental Coordinator for the AWC facility(s). Will have emergency restoration and storm duty assignments.

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