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Wildfire risk is the top risk for the company as scored by the Enterprise Risk Management team. The Wildfire Safety Division (WSD, a division within the CPUC) utilizes a maturity model survey to monitor and communicate progress of the innovations and future development of wildfire mitigation programs. The WSD is constantly updating the requirements for risk evaluation and scoring each initiative to mitigate wildfires. This role continually evaluates and develops wildfire risk models. Develops methodology and scoring for each initiative and informs the company and regulators each step of the way. Oversees the Wildfire Mitigation Program (WMP) team responsible for staying ahead of the wildfire mitigation work needed to keep local communities safe. Creates a comprehensive strategy for the company on reducing wildfire risk and communicating this strategy to executive management. Manages the risk of wildfire from power lines and develops ways to monitor, assess, and model the risk across various internal organizations.
The Domain Architect provides specialized technical and business functional knowledge to a product or capability group (i.e., a collection of related teams within IT), translating requirements into blueprints for business process, data, infrastructure, applications, or platforms to be configured or created. Builds specialized expertise in one or more areas related to business or technology solutions design. As a specialist in a domain (an organized set of components based on technology, business, or organizational similarities, for example, Software Engineering, Application Platforms, Network, Gas Operations, etc.) or sub-domain, facilitates definition of technology or business architecture solutions, owning and maintaining standards, patterns, and reference architectures. Works closely with Enterprise Architects to ensure that design patterns align with Enterprise standards. Acts as an advisor, leveraging insight into technology trends and emerging practices within industry and area of technical specialty to drive product strategy and implementation for group.
Specifically, this position is focusing on cybersecurity with extensive backgrounds in application security, embedded security, network penetration testing, reverse engineering, exploit development, risk management and related Information Security disciplines.
Ensure accuracy and integrity of SDGE’s official electric system reliability database. Ensure timely and accurate reporting of reliability statistics to internal customers and CPUC. Provide timely responses to all internal and external requests for reliability data. Provide in-depth reliability studies and analyses as directed by Management. Establish corporate reliability goals and track progress throughout the year. Monitor regulatory and legislative developments for new reliability-related reporting requirements and initiate compliance actions.
To develop, coordinate, lead and administer the provision of complex regulatory law services for various business units, under the direction of the General Counsel and/or Assistant General Counsel.
Perform a full spectrum of financial, regulatory, reporting and accounting assignments, including preparation of complex financial transactions, reports, and related analysis. Make recommendations on operational and accounting issues within functional area. Coach, guide, and train assigned accounting staff. Perform, review and resolve complex work issues with minimal direction. Work in a team environment and lead teams to accomplish projects and goals.