Various positions | SDG&E | San Diego
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Enterprise Architect (Hybrid) (#22-65994)
The Enterprise Architect works with business stakeholders, technology leadership, and other architects to drive holistic technology implementation across Value Streams (i.e., a sets products, solutions, and services that deliver value to the customer) and Enablers (i.e., the activities needed to provide future business functionality, including infrastructure, security, and compliance activities). Relies on continuous feedback, fosters adaptive design and engineering practices, and drives collaboration between programs and teams around a common vision across each architectural domain (functional, application, data, infrastructure).
Develops end-to-end architecture approach, including strategy and vision, guiding principles, and standards, incorporating technology trends and business imperatives into the future state design. Maintains reference models and ensures that common architecture decisions are implemented consistently in order to support the business and IT strategy. Guides solution and domain architects across the organization on industry-leading practices, ensuring IT solutions align with enterprise architecture standards.
Senior Domain Architect – Voice (Hybrid) (#22-66145)
The Senior Domain Architect -Voice works closely with executive leadership to define the technology strategy for their domain(s). The role for this position is to provide the strategy for our telephony systems, both Enterprise and Contact Centers. Telephony systems are multi-vendor and tightly integrated to meet the business demands and mandated requirements. 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.
Customer Programs Specialist – I Demand Response (Hybrid) (#23-63316)
Responsible for the administration, promotion and coordination of various customer programs that target residential or commercial/industrial customers in the SEU service area as it relates to overall program success. Customer Programs may be administered directly by SEU or through a contractor. May assist in budget development and is responsible for reporting and monitoring program performance.
Sr Domain Engineer – Enterprise Network Architecture & Engineering (can be filled at higher level) (Hybrid) (#22-62413)
The Senior Domain Engineer – Enterprise Network Architecture and Engineering manages provisioning and configuration, ensuring the reliability of one or more systems, platforms or networks. Builds, runs, and maintains aspects of a critical IT service, making it available on a self-service basis to agile product teams. Works both collaboratively and independently within a team, drawing on their advanced knowledge of a specialist area in infrastructure, security or operations. Predicts and manages interdependencies and risks related to area of expertise and contributes to success of complex initiatives to develop technology and systems.
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 manager 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.
Technical Support Assistant (Hybrid) (#23-66633)
Produce construction quality design job packages for gas and electric work orders related to the company’s gas and electric facilities.
Transmission Engineering Designer (May be filled at higher level) (Hybrid) (#23-66714)
Understand the principals of electric transmission line design and independently design smaller scale new lines or additions/modifications to existing Company electric transmission lines. Design large scale and complex designs with the support of senior designers and engineers.
Principal Data Analyst – Wildfire Mitigation (#21-62075)
In conjunction with SDG&E’s Wildfire Mitigation Program (WMP), this position will integrate a wide range of data examination and investigation techniques that will be used to examine existing and new WMP programs and initiatives. This examination will result in the development of trends and further analysis to determine the viability of the current WMP projects and initiatives and provide a platform for continuous enhancement as well as development of new initiatives. The Data Scientist will also partner with the appropriate operating unit experts to identify program metrics and measures, assess and secure relevant data, perform quantified data analytics, develop alternative strategies and corresponding impacts, align recommended solutions with overall wildfire mitigation strategies, implement solutions based on quantifiable results, and implement and maintain process and tools that drive outcomes into future assessments.
Forester Patrol Person (#22-66298)
The Patrol Person position (PP) inspects all overhead electrical transmission, distribution and secondary conductors for vegetation and tree encroachments in accordance with state and federal regulatory requirements and internal company procedures. Ensures clearances of vegetation and trees to overhead conductors will maintain the minimum vegetation clearance distances for the annual cycle or defined time period. Communicates with customers as needed for access, informs customers of identified work required, and negotiates tree removals. Utilizes a mobile data terminal (MDT) to record and update all required inspection criteria. Uploads completed inspection daily. Will be assigned work orders regularly with specified timelines for completing inspections. Other duties may include tracking work completed on printed maps. Performs quick patrols on specified circuits prior to, during or post weather events such as storms, Red Flag Warning events and Santa Ana Conditions.
Employee Development Advisor (may be filled at a Senior level) (Hybrid) (#23-66705)
Provide training, development, consultation, and facilitation for individuals and groups within the company with a focus on soft skills, personal effectiveness, supervisory skills, change management, analytical thinking and career management needs. Match the right learning solution to the right situation, including the use of Webinars and e-Solutions. Work with clients and other sections of Human Resources to address training-related issues of concern involving performance and business unit goals and objectives. Key player in the development and deployment of strategies of specific program offerings and courses provided in partnership with vendors. Participate in planning for future needs of employees at the utilities.