Integrated Resources Manager
Under general supervision, manages Electric Resource Planning & Development (ERPD) staff and functions fr the City's Public Utilities (PU) Department, manages PU resource planning, resource scheduling, contracts; ensures ERPD operations are in compliance with state and federal regulatory guidelines and standards.
: As defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include any of the following representative duties, knowledge, and skills. This is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and duties performed by incumbents of this class; employees may be assigned duties that are not listed below; reasonable accommodations will be made as required.
- Oversees and manages ERPD staff; plans, prioritizes, and assigns tasks and projects; monitors work, develops skills, and evaluates performance; meets with team to discuss and resolve workload, special projects, quality standards, customer services, and technical issues; reviews work, identifies corrective actions, and ensures customer needs are met.
- Manages the development of ERPD long-term resource plan, power purchase contracts, settlements, resource scheduling and dispatch, and power supply projects.
- Reviews and evaluates economic reports and analyses, and updates energy resource management plans.
- Negotiates and administers contracts; manages budgets.
- Analyzes billings for services, and develops and administers rates and tariffs.
- Reviews and evaluates operations and documentation to ensure PU is in compliance with quality and safety standards; prepares regulatory compliance filings and reports.
- Monitors regulatory changes and legislative initiatives and develops reports on potential impact.
- Closely collaborates with the customer service work group; develops public benefits programs, and associated rules and tariffs.
- Prepare and submit Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) rate filings.
- Develops retail electric, water, and natural gas service rates and tariffs.
- Stays current with new industry practices and activities to ensure the use of Best Practices at PU.
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Integrated Resources Manager
||City of Vernon
||$180,440 - $219,336 (USD) Annually
|Posting Start Date:
Education, Training, and Experience:
Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineerings, Public Administration, Business Administration, or related field; AND five (5) years of progressively responsible experience in power resource management, utility finance ratemaking theory, contract administration, and electric utility resource planning. Two of the required five years must include supervisory experience. Experience in transaction settlements and power contract negotiation and management is desirable. Experience in term trading, production cost modeling, and natural gas procurement are desirable.
- State and federal laws, statutes, rules, codes, and regulations governing public utilities, including Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC), Western Electricity Coordinating Council (WECC), and California Public Utilities Commission.
- Fundamental operations of the natural gas and electric markets, including electrical power distribution systems and rate design models; principles of risk management, including contract management, and compliance regulations.
Analyzing energy utilization trends, and developing plans and statistical models to ensure a reliable supply of energy for City customers; analyzing technical issues, evaluating alternatives, and developing recommendations.
License & Certification Requirements
A valid California Driver's license is required.
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||This listing expires on: 7/5/2021