System and Substation Operator Instructor

The System/ Substation OperatorInstructor will support Substation Training by conducting training classes for Substation System Operations. The successful candidate will report to the Manager in charge of Substation Operations Training, and will be responsible for researching, designing, and developing training courses, including lesson plans, handouts, and reference manuals.   Typical Responsibilities: Developing and administering associated tests and training courses. Administering the Training School functions, including record keeping, material requisitions, and purchases with input to the budgets. Preparing written technical reports and participating in a team atmosphere and interacting with subordinates, peers, and management as required. Support and provide subject matter expertise on special projects for the Grid Operations and Substation, Construction, and Maintenance teams. Maintaining a safety conscious work environment by following Edison safety protocols and safe work practices. Staying current with relevant technology and innovation. Performing otherresponsibilities and duties as assigned. Qualifications   Minimum Qualifications Five or more years of experience working with Utility Substation System Operations. Five or more years of experience working with Utility Substation Power System equipment. Desired Qualifications Bachelor's Degree in Instructional Design, Engineering, or related discipline or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Experience with computer systems and software applications including Outage Management System (OMS), Energy Management Systems (EMS), Distribution Management System (DMS), Substation Document Management System (SDMS), and Substation Request Logs. Three or more years of experience transferring highly technical knowledge to Grid operations and Substation, Construction, and Maintenance personnel both orally and in writing. Experience managing projects of moderate complexity and managing project controls including scope, budget and timeline.   Experience with the with the instructional design process including designing and developing technical training courses.   Proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, and Project. Good communications skills both written and oral. 71023341
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Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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