Various positions | SDG&E | San Diego
Procurement Project Manager (Hybrid Schedule)
Manages and coordinates the full cycle of all contracting activities in support of medium to large-scale, medium to high complexity and risk, multi-year capital or Operations & Maintenance (O&M) projects of up to $300M with minimal support from Portfolio Manager. Leads negotiations of medium to high complexity, medium to high risk agreements, oversees all stages of strategic and tactical procurement, contract oversight & management, review and execution. Develops and executes customized project procurement plan(s) and strategies for each project and coordinates activities with procurement and project personnel.
Grid Control Project Coordinator Team Lead (Hybrid Schedule)
The Grid Control (GC) Project Coordination Team Lead manages a team responsible for the coordination and implementation of real-time system changes and relevant documentation thereby maintaining accurate, up to date information of the electric transmission grid improving situational awareness, adhering to compliance obligations. Provides 24/7 support of the Energy Management System (EMS) display building process, System Operating Diagrams (SOD), Control and Protection (C&P) Notes and Electric Transmission Schematic (ETS) along with disseminating relevant information to the California Independent System Operator (CAISO), Western Electricity Coordinating Council (WECC) and neighboring utilities ensuring compliance. Responsible for situational awareness improvements within EMS to ensure the safe and reliable operation of the electric transmission grid.
Senior Domain Architect – Observability/Platforms (Hybrid Schedule)
The Senior Domain Architect for Enterprise Monitoring and Observability plays a pivotal role in shaping our technology strategy within the domain of Monitoring and Observability. 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. This Domain is focusing on those related to Splunk, syslog, middleware, cloud, SRE (Site Reliability Engineering), observability, and enterprise-level logging. 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.
Engineer I (Hybrid Schedule)
Prepare or assist in the preparation of engineering designs, specifications, standards, studies, cost estimates and the development of sound technical recommendations, in support of projects and tasks managed by others within the department or other departments. Responsible for engineering calculations to solve problems for new facilities and repairs/modifications to existing facilities related to the SDGE electric and gas transmission/distribution system. Works on more complex projects than a lower level engineer.
Vehicle Operator A
Drive and operate various specialized vehicles and equipment related to construction operations and maintenance activities. Operates all types of crane vehicles in and around high voltage electrical equipment under the direct supervision of a qualified C&O Journeyman electrical worker. Transports and delivers all types of equipment and material to and from job sites. Perform other duties as required or assigned.
Grid Outage Coordination Supervisor
Manages a team that provides essential support in managing the Electric Transmission Grid in a safe, reliable and economic manner. Manages through subordinate employees the following responsibilities: Evaluates and processes outage requests, tracks capital project movement, identifies power system changes and performs a daily contingency analysis study used to identify operating concerns. Develops a final daily schedule of construction and maintenance activities supported by real-time operating solutions to maintain the electric Transmission System in a normal state within the criteria set forth in the Grid Control Standard Practices. Ensures all CAISO Outage Coordination submittal requirements are met.
Senior/Principal Engineer – Renewable Interconnections PE (Hybrid Schedule)
Normally designated as a lead engineer. As such, provides work direction to subordinate engineers and/or acts as a project leader over the more complex or major engineering projects and/or studies.
Engineer I – Substation Project Engineer (Hybrid Schedule)
Prepare or assist in the preparation of engineering designs, specifications, standards, studies, cost estimates and the development of sound technical recommendations, in support of projects and tasks managed by others within the department or other departments. Responsible for engineering calculations to solve problems for new facilities and repairs/modifications to existing facilities related to the SDGE electric transmission/distribution system. Works on more complex projects than a lower level engineer.
Engineer- I/Sr. Substation Engineer (4 Days Onsite for First Year + In the Field)
Prepare or assist in the preparation of engineering designs, specifications, standards, studies, cost estimates and the development of sound technical recommendations, in support of projects and tasks managed by others within the department or other departments. Responsible for engineering calculations to solve problems for new facilities and repairs/modifications to existing facilities related to the SDGE electric and gas transmission/distribution system. Works on more complex projects than a lower-level engineer.
Enterprise Architect (Hybrid Schedule)
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.
Engineer I/Senior Engineer – Electric System Hardening (Hybrid Schedule)
This position supports high profile program portfolios for SDG&E in the Electric System Hardening group. These programs have substantial impact on our customers, business practices, and company goals. This individual in this role may provide leadership and direction for complex or major engineering projects and/or studies.
Summer 2024 Internship – Accounting/Finance (Hybrid Schedule)
We are looking for bright and motivated students to be part of our Summer Internship Program. The program will allow you to apply what you have learned in school and further enhance your knowledge and expertise through hands on training in one of our departments.
- Must be a Journeyman Lineman possessing IBEW Journeyman Lineman status in good standing.
- Journeyman electrical worker that has completed an accredited apprenticeship program required.
- Must be able to do heavy manual labor lifting a minimum of 60-75 pounds.
- Will be required to work on steel and wood structures.
- Prior climbing experience is required.
- Must have demonstrated ability to absorb formal training and schooling.
- Must demonstrate & maintain good safety habits.
- Will be required to obtain & maintain a Class A CA Driver’s license.
- Must be able to obtain Defense Biometric Identification System (DBIDS) card.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Works on poles up 100 feet and Steel Structures on lines up to 230 kilovolts (kV).o
- Use of Live Line Tools up to 69 kV and rubber gloving method may be used up to 12 kV.
- May work from bucket of aerial lift truck. Will operate mechanized line truck or other trucks. Install electric meters rated less than 200 amperes.
- Installs and maintain electric service lines and metering equipment, primary and secondary voltages. Installs and make repairs to Overhead & Underground lines carrying primary and secondary voltages. Installs wood, steal, concreate, and fiberglass poles. Installs fuses, services drops and electric meters. Installs cross arms, insulators, conductors, switches, transformers and other equipment on both overhead and underground system.
- Operate line switches.
- On new installations, climb poles and attach building service wires to overhead electric distribution lines and install electric meters. Connect service wire leads, insert fuses and test meter for proper voltage and operation.
- Requires standing climbing gaffs and steel pole climbing required.
- Lifts onto mounting bolt from belt height an assembled 10-foot crossarm weighing 80 pounds with hardware while standing in climbing gaffs on pole supported by body belt and safety strap Open or remove substructure covers – rectangular metal handhole “door” or round metal manhole cover up to 108 pounds (lifting tool for manhole)
- Pull loadbreak elbow from padmount or rack-mounted equipment using hotstick.
- Lifts and carries 60-75 pound tools, materials or equipment from ground to truck bed.
- Works in a variety of terrain, weather and other conditions including temperatures up to 110 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Periodically required to work extended overtime shifts.