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Senior Product Owner – SAP (Hybrid) (#23-62803)
The Senior 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. Interacts frequently with customers to draft objectives and strategies and drive innovation through products or services.
As the face 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 interests. Ensures the agile team is working on the right things at the right time, defining the roadmap for their team. Maximizes business value within a product or capability, ensuring the team focuses on a mix of net new development, improvement, support, and innovation.
Customer Programs Supervisor (Hybrid) (#23-62684)
In this highly visible position, the Customer Programs Supervisor is responsible for the ongoing management of energy efficiency/demand-side management programs for a specific customer segment (e.g., residential, commercial & industrial, local governments). This includes developing and executing strategic plans directed to the future of the segment, originating regulatory filings for new and existing customer programs, and managing respective portions of the segment budgets ranging from approximately $10 million – $40 million in refundable O&M. The position will also develop strategies for synergies between other Program Administrators in California.
Team Lead – Distribution Planning (Hybrid) (#23-62821)
Provides leadership and guidance to professional, highly technical employees. Responsibilities include workload assignment of employees, prioritization, and review of work, ensures accuracy and consistency, advising on engineering and technical questions, participates and represents the company in meetings with the CPUC, IOU’s and other stakeholders to meet policy objectives and compliance obligations.