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Associate Category Management Advisor (#22-66134)

Executes all contract related activities and processes associated with the procurement of goods and services. Reports to a Portfolio Manager, or in rare instances, to a Category Manager, and may be responsible for supporting multiple Category Managers within the portfolio. Collaborates with Business Unit managers and support staff, as well as cross-functional teams within Supply Management and throughout the organization. Manages low to medium-risk contracts, evaluates supplier proposals, supports negotiations and the development of contract award recommendations, and helps maintain favorable supplier relationships.

Safety Advisor (22-66184)

Manage Safety projects, training, assigned safety programs and basic ergonomic evaluations. Responsible for the management and development of project scope, budget, schedule and resource requirements. Independently, manage several concurrent projects, assignments and activities. Lead company safety programs including SMITH System driving, AED program, safety training and other programs assigned. Provide health and safety guidance to internal and external stakeholders/customers.

Administrative Associate (#22-66102)

Under limited supervision, performs general to advanced administrative/clerical functions including: word processing or typing letters, memoranda and forms, orders supplies, maintains files, answers telephones, schedules appointments/ conferences, makes travel arrangements, receives visitors.

Domain Engineer lll – Cybersecurity (Hybrid) (#22-62379)

The Domain Engineer III – Cybersecurity supports cybersecurity capabilities with emphasis on detecting and reducing risk within organization. Identifies and mitigates risks in technology systems. As a specialist in security techniques, provides visibility across enterprise technology landscape to identify, assess and recommend risk mitigation tasks.

SAP Security Product Owner Team Lead (Hybrid) (#22-65687)

The Product Owner Team Lead is a member of an agile team, primarily responsible for defining user stories [i.e., a short description of a unit of work to be delivered within an agile sprint, detailing the desired system or software functionality written in the user’s language] and prioritizing backlog of user stories based on value for customer. Has frequent customer-facing interactions to draft objectives and strategies and drive innovation through products or services.

As a team lead and representative of the delivery team, navigates increasingly complex IT and Business environments with more cross-team or external dependencies [i.e., reliance and interrelatedness with other systems, applications, platforms, and workstreams which result in a more challenging product to manage due to the additional risk], including people, process and technology, and stakeholder interest for a more complex product or capability. They maximize business value within a product or capability, ensuring the team focuses on a mix of net new development, improvement, support, and innovation.

As a supervisor, provides oversight to members of agile teams, helping to ensure that agile teams are prioritizing work effectively, and managing their delivery sprints to meet expectations.

Sr. Domain Architect (Hybrid) (#21-59741)

The Senior Domain Architect works closely with executive leadership to define the technology strategy for their domain(s). Provides deep expertise in multiple areas related to the design of technology systems and tools. Provides specialized technical and business functional knowledge to product and capability groups (i.e., a collection of related teams within IT). Translates requirements into blueprints for complex business processes, data, infrastructure, applications or platforms to be configured or created. As the expert in domain(s), is accountable for the overall performance, standards, and direction of assigned domain(s). A domain is an organized set of components based on technology, business, or organizational similarities (e.g., Software Engineering, Applications, Platforms, Network, Gas Operations, etc.). Leads definition of technology or business architecture solutions, driving vision for technology in area of responsibility. Works closely with Enterprise Architects to ensure that the design patterns align with Enterprise standards. Provides technical thought leadership, applying emerging technology trends and practices within the industry to drive strategy and implementation. Researches, analyzes, designs, proposes, delivers and refines IT architecture solutions that are appropriate for the business and IT strategies. Ensures designs are optimized for scalability and flexible future use, driving the adoption of a microservices-enabled architecture.

Principal Domain Engineer (Hybrid) (#22-65829)

The Principal Domain Engineer leads provisioning and configuration of one or more complex systems, platforms, or networks, with a focus on those with significant dependencies and potential impacts to other systems, applications, and teams. Knowledgeable in multiple distinct areas of infrastructure, security, or operations, builds, runs, and maintains critical IT infrastructure, making it available on a self-service basis to agile product teams, and ensuring reliability of IT systems and infrastructure.

Works with Contractors through external vendor manager directly or their back-office support for any assigned work, to coordinate status meetings with external vendor manager to review progress and quality of assigned work. Assists as needed with providing company protocols, scope of work, and contract adjustments.

Capability Owner Team Lead (Cybersecurity Network Operations) (Hybrid) (#22-66092)

The Capability Owner Team Lead is a member of a capability team, primarily responsible for the delivery of specific services that enable the organization. Maintains a delivery roadmap of work and services, prioritizing backlog of work based on value to enterprise and innovate strategic direction. Facilitates frequent stakeholder-facing interactions to draft objectives and strategies, drives innovation through services, and provides channels for users to request and receive standard services. Develops and maintains formal procedures for capability management for greater consistency and increased productivity.

As the team lead and primary enterprise point of contact for the team, navigates increasingly complex stakeholder interests with broader cross-team considerations or business implications, drives strategic innovation direction, service enhancements and improvements. Analyzes capability performance through statistical and reporting methods to ensure that all agreed services are being delivered, satisfaction levels and expectations are met, and team focuses on innovation. Prioritizes team’s work, defining the roadmap for their capability.

Works with contractors through the external vendor manager directly or their back-office support for any assigned work, to lead status meetings with external vendor management to review progress and quality of assigned work. Assists as needed with providing company protocols, scope of work, and contract adjustments where valid and approved by company.

Principal Engineer (PE) – DER (Hybrid)  (#22-63128)

Conducts highly complex, theoretical, and/or technical engineering studies and evaluations requiring innovative solutions for which precedents may not have been established, or which may have a significant impact on a major project or Company operations.

Senior Group Product Manager – SAP Strategy and Operations (Hybrid) (#22-64728 )

The SAP Senior Group Product Manager will lead the Enterprise Services SAP teams to partner with SDG&E, SoCal Gas and Corporate Center stakeholders as we build the SAP Platforms of the future. It will drive key business transformation and modernize the technology programs and partner with other key SAP programs to ensure alignment. Responsible for SAP Technology Strategy, Architecture Alignment and Governance. It will drive operational efficiencies and prepare the SAP organizations for SAP Transformation.

The Senior Group Product Manager leads a collection of product groups that comprise a critical strategic component of a Value Stream or an Enabler (i.e., an organization within IT comprised of a set of interrelated capabilities that deliver a critical area of value to the business and its customers). Provides oversight to Group Product Owners and Product Owners, to drive the definition of the strategic roadmap, vision, and prioritization of the product based on value for the customer or enterprise. Takes full responsibility for a subset of groups within the Value Stream and holds the authority to direct the product group work for multiple groups. Uses significant experience and expertise within the functional area that they oversee and contributes an understanding of the market, customer needs, and requirements, and the products and/or capabilities to inform direction and prioritization for a critical strategic body of work.

Meets frequently with executive stakeholders to determine group objectives and strategies and drive innovation through products or services. Provides oversight to maintenance and operations of products within their groups, ensuring adherence to relevant safety & compliance, regulatory, cybersecurity, and legal standards. Manages and provides oversight of respective Group Product Owners and Product Owners as it relates to people development, career coaching, and performance feedback responsibilities.

This position is a high-level strategic and technical manager role, limited to no more than 4 incumbents enterprise-wide in the position at any time. This position will report to a Director or higher level position and must have one or more people managers (BM2 or BM3) directly reporting to it.

Product Owner (can be filled at higher level) (Hybrid) (#22-65734)

The Product Owner is a member of an agile team, primarily responsible for defining user stories [i.e., a short description of a unit of work to be delivered within an agile sprint, detailing the desired system or software functionality written in the user’s language] and prioritizing the backlog of user stories based on value for the customer. Responsible for teams which typically have fewer dependencies [i.e., reliance and interrelatedness with other systems, applications, platforms, and workstreams which result in a more challenging product to manage due to the additional risk]. Focuses on defining user stories that can be delivered by a single team.

As the face of a delivery team, navigates IT and HR environments with few dependencies, translating business or capability value into user stories and features. Prepares for and participates in agile ceremonies including sprint planning, user story refinement, daily stand-ups, demonstrations, and retrospectives. Ensures the agile team is working on the right things at the right time, defining the roadmap for their team.

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