Foreman T&S Overhead Transmission

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Location: BERWYN, PA, United States
Organization: PECO Energy Company
Job ID: 229242
Date Posted: Jul 24, 2021

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Job Description:

The T&S Foreman is responsible for the safe and productive implementation of all work tasks related to the construction, installation, maintenance and repair of transmission and substation assets, as well as ensuring compliance with all EED safety requirements and adherence to established procedures. This position ensures reliability of PECO operations by creating work packages for repairs, preventative maintenance, and equipment modifications.

The Foreman develops and executes work plans that ensure that work force operates in a safe and efficient manner by (1) determining applicable Exelon/PECO policies, programs and processes; (2) identifying relevant codes and standards; and (3) incorporating industry and operational lessons learned. Work package planning requires estimating time and materials as well as formulating instructions after review with engineering and/or vendors.

Foreman may be assigned to any T&S Maintenance regional area. Assignments include, but are not limited to, the Bucksmont, Delchester, Philadelphia, FIN, and PDM groups.

 

Major Accountabilities:

1. Must demonstrate characteristics of the leadership fundamentals and enforce the T&S Fundamentals by serving as a role model and providing feedback and coaching as needed. Provide direction for corrective maintenance repairs, predictive maintenance, preventative maintenance and the execution of modifications and projects. Determine procedures, drawings, equipment, estimated time, materials and specialized labor required to perform planned work packages. Formulate and document appropriate plans for maintenance work in tailored work packages and instructions after consulting with company specialists and reviewing requirements that are determined as necessary.

2. Serves as a liaison to supervision and management by reporting and providing feedback concerning possible shortcomings, training requirements and job quality analysis.

Aid supervision with employee training and development by serving as an SME (subject matter expert) for craft training. In addition, aid in the facilitation of the OJT/OJE task book sign-off process.

3. Perform job safety analysis audits and safe driver audits on a weekly basis. Oversee and perform job briefs. Conduct field walk downs, when appropriate, to identify and analyze corrective and preventative maintenance, modifications and project activities. The walk down serves as a method for refining and improving the work package process. Interface and collaborate with Work Management, Supply Management, TSO, OCC and Engineering to identify and resolve work package issues.

4. Able to perform and audit performance of all system switching activities in compliance with the LOTO procedure.

5. Communicates with designated authorities and work teams to establish a safe zone of protection and ensures teams compliance with work area protection requirements, minimum approach distance requirements and ensures safe grounding requirements are met.

6. Must be able to communicate across all levels of the organization and demonstrate a willingness to perform in a supervisory capacity.

7. Facilitate package preparation by developing and/or submitting CRs, contract requisitions, environmental requests and other requests. Select and purchase, or make procurement recommendations, for all material needed for work package completion.

8. Develop and verify work instructions and requested zones of protection to ensure adequacy and compliance with all applicable EED procedures and governmental regulations (i.e. clearance, Ready to Start, Pre-energization, OSHA, lockout/tagout etc.) Approve and review all required work packages to ensure safety, high quality and detail.

9. Develop, revise, and review maintenance procedures to facilitate and enhance work package development and maintenance direction on an ongoing basis to improve safety and quality.

10. Be able to use data bases and work management programs such as Exelon Management Model, Cascade, e.g., entering MX work orders, and Asset Suite, e.g., initiating work orders, documenting progress and completion notes.

 

Position Requirements:

 

MINIMUM

1. Must have a minimum of 5 years of satisfactory performance in the maintenance, construction and operation of substation transmission and distribution systems.

2. Must have satisfactory performance rating for current and previous year.

3. Must have satisfactory attendance and ability to meet minimum call out expectation/or storm responsibilities including acting as the Emergency Response Incident Commander (On Call Supervisor) on a pre-determined schedule as required.

4. Must possess good oral and written communication skills.

5. Must possess a valid driver’s license and be able to drive an assigned PECO work vehicle and report off at work site locations and ending at establishing time (job site reporting).

6. Must be able to obtain a state issued Driver’s Medical Card.

 

PREFERRED

  1. AS8/Passport experience.
  2. Successful completion of core supervisory/management training and development programs.
  3. Minimum 5 years leadership experience in Overhead Transmission (OHT) maintenance and construction, including working at extreme heights, working off hook ladders, running high tension wire pulling operation, and working at voltages up to 500kV.
  4. Possess and retain CDL license, drive and operate large equipment
  5. Knowledge of OHT safety procedures, standards, work practices and procedures, tooling, equipment and hardware
  6. Experience working on railroads
  7. Experience planning and executing OHT and right-of-way work
  8. Active participant in Exelon vehicle take-home policy
  9. Have reached 1/C Journey level Line Mechanic
  10. Available 24/7 and ability to work anywhere on and off PECO system

Qualifications

Exelon is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and employees or applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to: age, color, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status, or any other classification protected by federal, state, or local law. 

 


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