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PRIMARY PURPOSE OF POSITION
Technical Resources (MTR) is a technical content expert who manages employees
and plans, coordinates, and directs the daily technical activities of the
Testing and Commissioning Department (TCD) field engineers. The MTR is responsible for the development of
TCD field engineers.
The MTRs are
responsible for activities that include, but are not limited to the following:
field testing for maintenance, construction, troubleshooting, and
commissioning, of new or repaired power equipment, communication, and
protection and control systems on the Transmission and Distribution system;
performing troubleshooting and field engineering analysis on malfunctioning
equipment and systems; recommending, developing, and implementing processes and
procedures for maximizing equipment reliability and availability; maintaining a
performance driven maintenance system for the power equipment and protection
and control systems on the Transmission and Distribution system. The MTR will also be the main resource for
technical advice and the technical reviewer of the equipment test and
the MTR is responsible to ensure that assigned regional field engineers are
qualified to perform the work they are assigned, in accordance with the TCD
On-Boarding and Qualification Matrix process.
The MTR is responsible for maintaining and updating the TCD Operating
Incident Mitigation (OIM) processes and practices based on best practice and
lessons learned. The MTR is responsible
to maintain an environment that promotes safety, environmental compliance,
diversity, innovation and high productivity.
be required to work extended hours, which may include 24x7 coverage during
storms, equipment restoration efforts, or other Energy Delivery emergent work
PRIMARY DUTIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES
+ Manage a department of 8 – 12 employees
including monitoring the performance of personnel in the department and perform
performance reviews for direct reports.
Additionally, coordinate training needs either directly or through other
resources within the organization.
Evaluate and qualify TCD field engineers to perform job tasks.
+ Plan, coordinate, and direct daily activities
including technical support to the TCD field engineers responsible for
activities, that include, but are not limited to the following: field testing
for maintenance, construction, trouble shooting, and commissioning of newly
installed or repaired power equipment, communication, and protection and
control systems on the Transmission and Distribution system. Oversee field engineers in the
troubleshooting, investigation, testing and analysis of electrical equipment
failures or malfunctions and to assure the highest levels of customer service
and to achieve safety, reliability and productivity goals. When required,
provide direct oversight of complex, special, and critical testing evolutions
or investigations as necessary. Attend
technical conferences for the purpose of organizational and
+ Review and approve evidence records for
installation, preventive maintenance, and corrective maintenance reports and
correspondence work with engineering standards to ensure NERC compliance and
ICC agreements are met. Review the
transmission and distribution operations reports. Interact with other departments, OCC, TSO and
regional groups for the purpose of planning, scheduling and coordinating
interrelated activities. Coordinate
personnel and resources to adequately staff and support projects and work
assignments per the annual work plan.
+ Demonstrate/discuss the importance of Safety
& Human Performance Event prevention techniques on the job. Conduct required safety observations.
+ Oversee in the development and writing of
technical guidelines and procedures for the Testing and Commissioning
+ Responsible for periodic departmental call duty
and assuming the responsibilities of the regional TCD Manager.
Education – Bachelor’s
degree in engineering or other technical discipline
8 – 10 years of industry experience in transmission and substation systems with
a min of 5 years of experience performing field testing
Valid driver’s license
Successful completion of Supervisory
Demonstrated knowledge/expertise in
substation and transmission systems; leadership ability in a high-performance
culture, including coaching and facilitating business competency and
performance management skills.
Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively,
build consensus, establish trust, and foster culture change.
Demonstrated ability to support and
enforce safe work behaviors; this requires working knowledge of safety rules
and work practices.
Demonstrated leadership skills including
the abilities to manage personnel and carry out multiple tasks and processes;
influence and direct others necessary to achieve results in support of
company/department objective, work effectively with a variety of situations,
individuals and groups; vision and implement new and innovative efficiency
Education – Master’s
degree in Engineering or advanced system protection courses.
Electric industry background in the construction,
maintenance and troubleshooting of transmission & substation equipment and
Substation power equipment &
protective relaying & controls testing experience
Previous supervisory experience
Ability to pass necessary Nuclear
Professional Engineering License
Technical understanding of transmission
and substation components and system protection devices and schemes
Familiarity with human performance error
Demonstrated ability to develop and
implement process enhancements and efficiencies including technology and
Demonstrated business and utility
financial acumen, customer awareness, and ability to create value.
Demonstrated leadership ability in a
high-performance culture, including coaching and facilitating business
competency and performance management skills.
+ Reports to the Testing and Commissioning
Department Regional Manager and is responsible for managing an average
workforce of 8 – 12 testing and commissioning engineers (includes field
engineers and technicians).
+ Provides coaching and on the job technical
training and formal technical evaluations.
+ Develop and qualify engineers in according to
the on-boarding and qualification matrix.
+ Provides input into the planning,
implementation and execution of the operations, maintenance and reliability
+ Determines manpower and equipment requirements
necessary for scheduled and emergent work to ensure maximum utilization of
testing and commissioning personnel.
+ Directs the employees engaged in the safe
execution of testing and commissioning activities for the installation,
construction, operation and maintenance of company substation electric
facilities. These responsibilities
include preventative/corrective maintenance, troubleshooting, commissioning,
capacity expansion, and system reinforcement within the assigned regional
+ Must be able to maintain effective internal
business controls. Performs safety observations, meetings, investigations, and
employee performance reviews.
+ Responsible for the relaying and communication
equipment maintenance associated with Exelon Nuclear Power Plant Switchyards
and insure strict adherence to Nuclear programs and regulations with respect to
Fitness For Duty (FFD).
+ Regular contact with Distribution System
Operations, Transmission System Operations, Construction & Maintenance,
Transmission and Substation, Work Management, Engineering, and Asset
Management. Other contacts include
municipal leaders and major industrial customers and various municipality
organizations (fire, police etc).
Reports: 8 – 12 Indirect Reports: none
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