Indiana Statewide Association of Rural Electric Co System Control Supervisor in Indiana

SYSTEM CONTROL SUPERVISOR Location: Owen County Operations Center, Spencer, Indiana Position Summary: Assures the safe, reliable and efficient operation of system facilities by exercising appropriate control involving Hoosier Energy's transmission and generation facilities including the facilities of Member Systems and interconnected utilities. Meets the electrical demand requirements of the Member Systems. Complies with all NERC and RRO operating standards, policies and guidelines. Duties and Responsibilities: Assures the safe, efficient and reliable operation of Hoosier Energys transmission facilities and equipment. Monitors load and voltage. Schedules equipment outages. Directs equipment switching and issues clearances. Complies with all NERC and RRO operating standards, polices and guidelines that pertain to transmission system operations. Follows the Reliability Coordinators directives pertaining to Bulk Electric System (BES) reliable operations. Complies with all NERC and RRO operating standards, policies and guidelines that pertain to power supply and generation operations. Consults with and provides appropriate direction and control of various Hoosier Energy operating personnel involved with transmission and generation procedures. Operates Hoosier Energys system control and data acquisition/automatic generation control facilities for the purpose of maximizing information input toward critical operational decisions. Monitors the implementation of establish operating procedures in order to assure the safety and integrity of Hoosier Energys systems. Takes or directs timely and appropriate real-time actions under normal or emergency conditions, without further approval if necessary, to prevent or alleviate operating security limit violations. Coordinates operational actions and shares operational information with Interconnected Utility Companies and Security Coordinator. Notifies Management level personnel at the earliest possible moment of existing or impending emergency situations. Maintains and reviews logs and records during each shift. Represents Hoosier Energy in maintaining effective channels of communication and cooperation among the various parties involved with the operations of the Bulk Electric System facilities, including Member Systems, interconnected utilities and Hoosier Energys generation and transmission crews. Performs other duties as assigned. Education: Bachelors degree in any of the mechanical, electrical or electronic disciplines. Equivalent experience may be considered. NERC Certified System Operator certificate required. Equivalent experience may be considered NERC Certified System Operator certificate required Experience: Five years of progressively more responsible experience in generation and transmission operations or in power system control Skills and Abilities: Ability to manage multiple projects with varying scopes and timelines. Ability to communicate with individuals at all levels and work as part of a team. Demonstrated level of professionalism and positive attitude and abilitiy to motivate others. Ability to analyze and interpret load and relay data. Strong problem solving and decision making skills to identify, anticipate and resolve problems at hand. Candidates can apply on our website at Hoosier Energy is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Veteran