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Station Operations Supervisor (#22-64161)
Manages the operations of main line compressor stations.
Sr. Software Engineer – GIS (Hybrid) #22-64235
The Senior Software Engineer – GIS (Graphic Information Systems) is a hands-on technical role responsible for the design, development, delivery, and maintenance of technology applications and systems within enterprise GIS. Works within a team developing front-end or back-end features and functionality, such as systems, interfaces, databases, business intelligence systems, or other applications or systems that deliver business value. Works on more complex products, such as those with dependencies on systems or applications owned by other teams, to solve challenging and unique technical problems pertaining to enterprise GIS.
As an experienced member of software development teams, shares knowledge and provides mentorship to other software engineers. Demonstrates a strong ability to collaborate to develop and upgrade enterprise GIS.
Access and Functional Needs Regulatory and Compliance Advisor (#21-60008)
Supports Access and Functional Needs (AFN) regulatory compliance functions including proactively monitoring relevant proceedings, identifying new requirements, driving the implementation of those requirements and reporting on progress. Ensures compliance with AFN and Disadvantaged Communities proceedings as well as driving regulatory strategy to proactively shape regulatory and legislative mandates.
Regulatory Case Manager I (#22-63673)
Under the guidance of the Regulatory Business Manager, manages the participation of SDG&E in various regulatory proceedings before the CPUC and OEIS.
Assigned cases may include issues such as compliance, safety, wildfire mitigation, public safety power shutoff, compliance and audit reviews, special programs and contracts, infrastructure project, licensing, approvals and rate recovery, revenue requirements, rate design, incentive mechanisms, new services, special programs and contracts, and monitoring of key proceedings and developments that affect the Company’s performance, revenues, credibility and reputation.
Sr. Cybersecurity Critical Infrastructure Protection Compliance Specialist (#22-64542)
Effectively provides oversight and guidance to ensure strict adherence with North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) compliance standards and requirements. Provide direction to operations personnel and business units in the interpretation and evidence collection requirements needed to meet and/or exceed NERC CIP standards and requirements. Performs frequent reviews of evidence, reports, and personnel records to maintain NERC CIP compliance posture. Develop and maintain documentation, processes, and procedures to support NERC CIP operations and business units.