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  • East Lansing, Michigan, Michigan State University - Supply Chain Management Position   Michigan State University’s Eli Broad College of Business, Department of Supply Chain Management, has an opening for a tenure system assistant professor to start in the 2021-2022 academic year. The department will consider all candidates with expertise in any of the three primary supply chain areas i.e., logistics/transportation, operations, sourcing. Depending on the candidate’s qualifications and fit, the individual will be housed in one of these areas. As part of the application packet, candidates should include a cover letter that clearly indicates the specific supply chain area that they wish to be considered for. While expertise in multiple areas, and their interaction, would be an asset, please choose only one area of primary focus in the application.   Duties include research, teaching, and service. All candidates must have the ability to teach at the undergraduate and MBA levels and a demonstrated record (or potential) of research excellence in supply chain management. Salary and terms are negotiable depending on experience. The position requires a Ph.D. or equivalent degree from an accredited university.   Specific expertise that MSU is seeking in the three areas include, but are not limited, to the following:   Logistics/transportation: contemporary logistics managerial decision-making, strategic warehousing/distribution management, last mile logistics fulfillment, maritime and port logistics management, logistics strategy Operations: process improvement & design; innovation & new product development; emerging technology management; sustainability; service operations in contexts such as healthcare, retail; humanitarian operations; behavioral operations Purchasing/procurement/sourcing: supply chain risk management, supply networks, leveraging supplier capabilities, buyer-supplier relationships, green procurement, electronic sourcing   For all three areas, candidates with business analytics among their research methods expertise will be given priority.   Review of applications will begin August 12, 2020 and continue until the position is filled.  Applications must be submitted online at: http://careers.msu.edu .  Refer to posting #663149.   For additional information, please contact Dr. Yemisi Bolumole ( bolumole@msu.edu ) or Dr. Tobias Schoenherr (schoen48@msu.edu), Search Committee Co-Chairs.   More information on the SCM Department is available at https://broad.msu.edu/supply-chain-management/ MSU is an affirmative-action, equal-opportunity employer committed to achieving excellence through cultural diversity. The university actively encourages applications/nominations of women, persons of color, veterans, and persons with disabilities.  
  • San Diego, California, JOB SUMMARY Under the direction of the Director of Post Market Quality, the Sr. Quality Manager Complaint Investigations leads a team of Quality Engineers and Technicians and is responsible for the development, implementation and maintenance of processes associated with complaint investigations pertaining to the Alaris® infusion pumps. This individual will be responsible for the integrity of the complaint investigations and ensure that investigation conclusions are clear, supported, robust and compliant. This individual will establish best practices in complaint investigation processes for a large volume of complaints and associated root cause determination protocols and testing methodologies. Additionally, this individual must have strong analytical skills and effective communication across all levels of the company and demonstrate strong teamwork and collaboration across several functional areas to drive continuous product improvements.   Job Description DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Designs, implements, and maintains complaint investigation processes and procedures, including writing requirements and process documentation. Ability to solve complex problems by developing novel failure investigation test methodologies and associated processes and training materials. Serve as a Subject Matter Expert for complaint investigations which includes both internal functional support and external customer support with respect to complaint investigation findings and associated improvements initiatives. Provide complaint investigation and quality engineering expertise and consultation to significant / complex projects. Ensure timely completion of complaint failure investigations and communicate with management and team members as required to ensure appropriate actions are taken to maintain/restore timeliness goals. Ensure all complaint investigations failures have been adequately risk-assessed and initiate and champion new risk assessments as required. Performed audit remediation of the complaint process as part of on-going FDA compliance activities and 483 corrective actions. Own and/or lead investigations and root cause analysis efforts for Corrective and Preventive Actions (CAPAs) when necessary.  Develop, compile and present complaint investigation process summary metrics to Senior and Executive Management, as necessary. Communicates complaint investigation findings to appropriate personnel and escalates to Senior Management on critical issues as necessary. Contribute to product safety, product quality, and customer satisfaction related decisions (both data-based and risk-assessment-based decisions). Ensure complaint investigation documentation and records are complete and in compliance with regulatory requirements. Participate and support internal, external audits and inspections as needed. Performs other related duties and activities as required: project management, resource assessments, presentation creation and strategic planning. Manages and coordinates the complaint investigation team and associates who exercise responsibility for results in terms of investigation accuracy, completion time, and documentation.  Areas of responsibility include Customer Complaint Investigations and associated complaint investigation metrics. Implements processes for handling a large volume of complaints incoming through global locations, depot and field service records. Identifies and implements efficiency and compliance improvements to the complaint investigation process. Ability to link CAPA or other failure investigations to complaint records. Participates in external regulatory inspections. Ensures that pre and post-inspection activities are completed including record review, training, logistics, etc. Prepares responses to audit nonconformities for review by senior management with respect to complaint investigations. Assures all relevant complaints are escalated to Risk Analysis and/or Situational Analysis Provide guidance and mentoring to complaint investigation team to ensure investigation best-practices are implemented and utilized during complaint investigations of Alaris® infusion pumps     MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS   Experience and Education BS/BA in Engineering discipline or related field. Experience leading and building a strong Failure Investigation or CAPA team. Professional certification is an advantage (e.g., CQE, CRE, Lean Six Sigma, Six Sigma Black Belt, etc) Minimum of 10 years of progressive experience leading failure investigation teams and demonstrated history of effective root cause determination in complex electro-mechanical, software-driven medical devices in a high-volume manufacturing environment. Must possess solid background of establishing new failure investigation processes, test protocols, and procedures.   Knowledge and Skills Effective oral and written communication skills targeted at all levels within the company.  Experience in supervision of or in working with a product/component failure analysis lab. Strong interpersonal skills including relationship building, conflict resolution, and verbal and written communication are essential in this collaborative work environment. Demonstrated ability to manage, develop and mentor exempt and non-exempt level personnel both inside and outside the department reporting structure. Demonstrated knowledge of implementing new test methods and associated validation strategy and documentation. Project management utilizing analytical, technical, and problem-solving skills.  Able to perform multiple complex tasks/projects and prioritize workloads and activities for large volumes of complaints. Strong organizational skills and demonstrated ability to meet tight deadlines in an environment of competing priorities. Excellent computer skills (Including but not limited to: Microsoft Office, Minitab, SAP, TrackWise) Extensive knowledge of FDA Quality Systems Regulations 21 CFR Part 820, Medical Device Reporting 21 CFR 803, Report of Corrections and Removals 21 CFR 806, ISO 13485 Quality Management Systems Medical Devices, ISO 14971 Risk Management. International Regulations for Medical Devices e.g. but not limited to: EU Medical Device Regulation (MDR), Canada SOR/98-282 Medical Device Regulations. Strong attention to detail with the ability to multi-task and handle multiple responsibilities simultaneously. Demonstrated ability to successfully interact with regulatory authorities at inspections regarding failure investigation activities (prior experiencing as failure investigation SME during inspections is a must).     Becton, Dickinson and Company is an Equal  Opportunity/Affirmative  Action Employer. We do not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, age, sex, creed, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, marital or domestic or civil union status, familial status, affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetics, disability, military eligibility or veteran status, or any other protected status.
  • Burbank, California, BURBANK WATER AND POWER GENERAL MANAGER Burbank Water and Power (BWP) is a not-for-profit utility owned by the citizens of Burbank, California. The Mission of BWP is to provide electric and water services to their customers in a safe and reliable manner while providing stable and competitive rates. Burbank is a Charter City that operates under a City Council-City Manager form of government. Burbank’s five-member City Council determines how BWP’s services are provided, including setting rates and approving services. Burbank is a full-service City, employing over 1,400 people. THE ORGANIZATION BWP operates out of three LEEDS Platinum Buildings and provides services to approximately 23,000 water customers and 55,000 electric customers in an urban center in greater Los Angeles. BWP has an annual budget of approximately $337 million and a system peak of 320 MW and annual water sales of 8,200,000 ccf. BWP operates one of the more technically sophisticated and reliable distribution systems in the nation (current availability is 99.999%). The utility was an early adopter of numerous smart grid-enabling technologies, including, Automated Metering Infrastructure (AMI), Meter Data Management (MDM), an Oracle customer information system (CCMB), an extensive dark fiber system and gigabit Ethernet broadband service, smart relays and reclosers, integrated automated dispatch, and predictive distribution system analytics. All of BWP’s largest customers and a large percentage of total load are on time-of-use rates. BWP owns and operates a diverse power portfolio, comprised of approximately 35% renewable including landfill gas, wind, solar, hydroelectric, and utility-scale energy storage resources. BWP’s goals are to become 60% renewable by 2030 and 100% Green House Gas-free by 2040. The utility manages much of its power supply needs through participation in the Southern California Public Power Agency (SCPPA). However, BWP also operates the 300 MW gas-fired Magnolia Plant, two small gas-fired steam generators, and one simple-cycle combustion turbine, as well as a 24/7 power trading operation. The utilities energy efficiency efforts saved a cumulative 12.2 MWh for its customers. The City of Burbank offers a unique customer composition that is dominated heavily by residential customers in number. However, 67% of BWP’s electric sales is gained from 3% of BPW’s customers, including commercial media giants (Disney, Warner Brothers, Nickelodeon, etc.) that require significant attention to power quality, reliability and renewable energy supplies. Burbank does not have any natural reoccurring water rights within Burbank and is 100%dependent on imported water purchased from the Metropolitan Water District. However, Burbank receives groundwater credits based on the amount of retail water sales by BWP. Using the groundwater credits, BWP pumps from wells in Burbank and then treats the water to remove volatile organic contaminants. Metropolitan Water District (MWD) is very dependent on water supply from the State Water Project and the Colorado River Aqueduct system which are facing vulnerabilities while MWD continues to have annual rate increases in the 3% to 5% range. BWP has rapidly expanded its recycled water system throughout Burbank, currently recycled water represents 16% of all water sales. Water sale growth is stagnant and cash reserves are on the low end. Burbank has a policy that requires the use of recycled water for targeted large irrigated landscaped areas and other industrial uses. BWP’s forecast for electric rate increases for the next four years is in the 1.5% to 2.5% range, while water rate increases are forecasted to be 6.5% to 7.5% per year for the next four years. Today, BWP’s electric rate is 3% lower compared to 2004 adjusted for inflation, and water rates are anywhere from 16% to 51% lower than neighboring utilities. BWP’s electric bonds are rated ‘Aa3’ by Moody’s Investor Service. Water bonds are rated ‘AAA’ with a stable outlook by Fitch Ratings. More information can be found at: https://www.burbankwaterandpower.com/ THE COMMUNITY Tucked between the Hollywood Hills and the Verdugo Mountains in the heart of Los Angeles County, the City of Burbank is a picturesque city with a small-town feel that belies its prominent position in the world of entertainment. Its excellent school system, extensive shopping, moderate year-round climate, tree-lined neighborhoods, proximity to ocean and mountains, and many parks make Burbank an excellent place to call home. Throughout its 100-year history, Burbank has embodied a forward-thinking city that provides a high quality of life and strong sense of community to its residents. Presently, Burbank maintains its long standing relationship with Warner Brothers and Disney and is now home to hundreds of media and related support companies such as ABC, Cartoon-Network Studios, Nickelodeon Animation, Clear Channel, and other post production, film processing, special effects, equipment rental and related businesses. As such, Burbank is happily referred to as the "Media Capital of the World." These iconic companies, along with the City’s theaters, restaurants, shops, nightspots, and festivals, attract nearly ten million tourists and visitors each year. Burbank’s diversified economic base provides full-time employment opportunities for approximately 150,000 individuals across a wide variety of industries including high tech, retail, finance/banking and hospital/medical. In addition, the City has 41 public parks and facilities, a public golf course, equestrian trails, bike paths, a weekly Farmer’s Market, outstanding municipal services, an innovative recycling program, and high performing schools. Named one of the nation’s 100 Best Communities for Young People in 2008 and 2010, the City was also ranked the 16th safest city to live in the United States in 2016 by BusinessInsider.com. The 17-square-mile Burbank community is a wonderful place to live, work, and play, but is also in near proximity to many other communities including Pasadena, Santa Clarita, Arcadia, La Canada Flintridge, Northridge, and Studio City. To learn more, visit: https://www.burbankca.gov/ REQUIREMENTS BWP seeks a General Manager (GM) who brings a compelling vision and strong leadership skills to ensure continued success and positive organizational progress and change. The GM sets the professional tone for the entire organization and is expected to consistently elevate performance metrics, financial results, and service delivery for the benefit of customers. He or she must also be an exemplary communicator able to effectively interact with employees as well as City, community, and industry partners. The GM must be a collaborative partner with other City departments and ensure City leadership is fully apprised of emerging financial and operational challenges and issues, as well as, trends, regulatory changes, and developing legislation. The GM will lead a 340-person workforce, many of whom are represented by organized labor. Direct reports to the GM include: • Assistant General Manager of Electric Services • Assistant General Manager of Power Supply • Assistant General Manager of Water Systems • Assistant General Manager of Finance • Assistant General Manager of Customer Service & Marketing • Assistant General Manager of Technology • Administrative Officer • Executive Assistant THE SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE The ideal candidate will build upon BWP’s current record of safety, reliability, sustainability, and value and be forward thinking with the ability and desire to create momentum around shaping a utility of the future that embraces new ideas, technologies and sustainability. BWP prioritizes character, leadership skills, and strategic thinking on top of having utility-specific technical expertise. Candidates must possess a strong customer service and public service mentality, along with unquestionable ethics and integrity. The successful candidate must offer experience promoting diversity and managing a large, diverse workforce that includes the ability to foster strong labor relations. He or she must maintain meaningful employee engagement by empowering, delegating, inspiring, mentoring, and developing employees. He or she must also be able to foster an environment of service, collaboration and inclusion among different utility divisions, City departments, and within the community. The GM is expected to work as part of a team in a transparent and participatory environment. He or she must possess a proactive and compelling communication style that includes the ability to present complex industry matters to many different audiences including Board/Council members, other local government officials, community and business leaders, representatives of other agencies, industry peers, employees, and the public. BWP seeks candidates who are fiscally knowledgeable and able to establish, execute, and achieve the utilities’ annual budget and financial goals. Candidates who possess knowledge of water and power supply issues and those who can bring about operational excellence for effective and efficient utility operations are considered ideal. Candidates must possess any combination of education and/or experience that has provided the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary for acceptable job performance as determined by the City. COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS The annual salary range goes up to $294,839. The City of Burbank offers an excellent compensation and benefits program, which includes: CalPERS retirement: 2.5% at 55 for Classic PERS participants. 2% at 62 for new PERS participants. The City does not participate in Social Security. Deferred Compensation Program: 457 plan with City matching employee contributions up to $100/month. Retiree Medical Trust: The City contributes $100/pay period to a Retiree Medical Trust. Utility Retiree Medical Trust: Eligible to participate in the Utility Retiree Medical Trust and the City contributes half the required contribution. Retiree Health Savings (RHS): The City contributes $100/month. In addition, the cash out value of 50% of eligible leave balances will be deposited into the RHS account at separation. Cafeteria Plan: $350/month towards a Medical Plan plus additional medical premium if eligible. Total potential allowance up to $1,390 monthly for family CalPERS premiums. Dental Insurance: City paid family coverage. Vision Plan: City paid for employees only with option of adding dependents at additional cost. Auto Allowance: $374 per month. Executive Leave accrual rates (includes vacation and sick leave): 0 to 14 years of service: 316 hours/year 15+ years of service: 356 hours/year Option to cash out up to 350 hours per fiscal year in compliance with balance requirements. Holidays: 10 annually. Tuition Reimbursement: 75% up to $5,000 per fiscal year. Professional Development: City pays $75 per month. Life Insurance: City paid $100,000 policy. Accidental Death & Dismemberment (ADD) Insurance: City paid policy to cover loss of up to $102,000. Additional Benefits include: Employee Assistance Program (EAP), bilingual pay, military leave, short term/long term disability insurance, and City held ADD coverage specific to work accidents. TO APPLY Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume no later than August 17, 2020 to: jgallo@mfpllc.us Joyce Ann Gallo Mycoff Fry Partners LLC PO Box 1310, Conifer, CO 80433 (800) 525-9082 BWP is an Equal Employment Opportunity/ADA Employer
  • Storrs, Connecticut, INTRODUCTION The School of Business at the University of Connecticut invites applications for a tenure-track or tenured position at the rank of Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor of Business and Human Rights to begin in Fall 2021.  The Department of Business has approximately 130 faculty members, 2,676 undergraduate students and 2,096 graduate students. This faculty position will focus on the intersection of business and human rights broadly understood, including, but not limited to, environmental and social sustainability, corporate social responsibility, social innovation, and social entrepreneurship. The position will reside in the department/discipline of the successful candidate’s research and teaching domains, including Accounting, Finance, Management, Marketing/Business Law, and Operations and Information Management. The successful candidate will collaborate on the development and implementation of research, curricular, and public engagement activities with faculty affiliated with the Human Rights Institute and the Business and Human Rights Initiative (a joint partnership of the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, the School of Business, and the Human Rights Institute). See the following links for more information about the Human Rights Institute ( https://humanrights.uconn.edu ) and the Business and Human Rights Initiative ( https://businessandhumanrights.uconn.edu ). The successful candidate will be expected to share a deep commitment to publishing high quality research in premier journals in their discipline with the intersection of business and human rights as part of their research agenda, to effective instruction at the undergraduate and graduate levels, to the development of innovative courses in business and human rights, and to mentoring undergraduate and graduate students in their professional development. In addition, the successful candidate will be expected to contribute to scholarship and professional outreach so as to maintain faculty qualifications under AACSB guidelines; to assist the University in its efforts to broaden participation among members of under-represented groups; to demonstrate through their research, teaching, and/or public engagement the richness of diversity in the learning experience; to integrate multicultural experiences into relevant course content; and to contribute to the development of pedagogical techniques designed to meet the needs of diverse learning styles and intellectual interests. Founded in 1881, the UConn is a Land Grant and Sea Grant institution and member of the Space Grant Consortium. It is the state’s flagship institution of higher education and includes a main campus in Storrs, CT, four regional campuses throughout the state, and 13 Schools and Colleges, including a Law School in Hartford, and Medical and Dental Schools at the UConn Health campus in Farmington. The University has approximately 10,000 faculty and staff and 32,000 students, including nearly 24,000 undergraduates and over 8,000 graduate and professional students. UConn is a Carnegie Foundation R1 (highest research activity) institution, among the top 25 public universities in the nation. Through research, teaching, service, and outreach, UConn embraces diversity and cultivates leadership, integrity, and engaged citizenship in its students, faculty, staff, and alumni. UConn promotes the health and well-being of citizens by enhancing the social, economic, cultural, and natural environments of the state and beyond. The University serves as a beacon of academic and research excellence as well as a center for innovation and social service to communities. UConn is a leader in many scholarly, research, and innovation areas. Today, the path forward includes exciting opportunities and notable challenges. Record numbers of undergraduate applications and support for student success have enabled the University to become extraordinarily selective. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS A Ph.D. degree, J.D. degree, or equivalent terminal degree in a business discipline or a related field at the time of hire. Equivalent foreign degrees are acceptable. Demonstrated potential to establish an active scholarly research agenda at the intersection of business and human rights broadly understood. Evidence of strong scholarship within the candidate’s discipline. Promise of teaching excellence at the university level. A deep commitment to promoting diversity through their academic and research programs. Excellent interpersonal skills and demonstrated collegiality. Applicants at the rank of Associate Professor or Professor should possess a record of research, teaching, and outreach and service commensurate with the rank they are seeking. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS An active scholarly research agenda at the intersection of business and human rights broadly understood. An established record of scholarly productivity at the intersection of business and human rights broadly understood. Evidence of successful undergraduate or graduate teaching incorporating business and human rights Evidence of service contributions to the department, school, university discipline, and/or the field of business and human rights. APPOINTMENT TERMS This position is a full-time, nine-month appointment with a start date of August 23, 2021 that will be located primarily at the Storrs campus, with the possibility of work at UConn’s regional campuses across the state. Rank, eligibility for tenure, and compensation package will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. TO APPLY Please apply online to Academic Jobs Online https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/16575 and submit the following application materials: A cover letter specifically addressing credentials relative to the minimum and preferred qualifications listed above. Curriculum vitae A one-page teaching statement with attached teaching evaluations. A one-page research and scholarship statement (innovative concepts that will form the basis of academic career, experience in proposal development, mentorship of graduate students, etc.). A one-page commitment to diversity statement (as related to broadening participation, integrating multicultural experiences in instruction and research and pedagogical techniques to meet the needs of diverse learning styles, etc.). Three letters of reference . Evaluation of applicants will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  Preference will be given to applications received by September 18, 2020.  Employment of the successful candidate will be contingent upon the successful completion of a pre-employment criminal background check. Inquiries other than applications can be directed to: Prof. Stephen Park, University of Connecticut, School of Business, 2100 Hillside Road, Unit 1041, Storrs, CT 06269-1041 or via email to stephen.park@uconn.edu (search #494678). This position will be filled subject to budgetary approval. At the University of Connecticut, our commitment to excellence is complemented by our commitment to building a culturally diverse community. All employees are subject to adherence to the State Code of Ethics which may be found at  http://www.ct.gov/ethics/site/default.asp . The University of Connecticut is committed to building and supporting a multicultural and diverse community of students, faculty and staff. The diversity of students, faculty and staff continues to increase, as does the number of honors students, valedictorians and salutatorians who consistently make UConn their top choice. More than 100 research centers and institutes serve the University’s teaching, research, diversity, and outreach missions, leading to UConn’s ranking as one of the nation’s top research universities. UConn’s faculty and staff are the critical link to fostering and expanding our vibrant, multicultural and diverse University community. As an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity employer, UConn encourages applications from women, veterans, people with disabilities and members of traditionally underrepresented populations.  
  • Durango, Colorado, At  La Plata Electric Association , our mission is to provide our members safe, reliable electricity at the lowest reasonable cost while being environmentally responsible.  We are shaping the future by building trustworthy community partnerships as an innovative, forward-thinking industry leader, delivering excellence in our member-owned cooperative. LPEA is seeking a safety minded, highly motivated, detail-oriented, analytical, innovative and people-focused individual to join our dynamic People and Culture  team. The Business Continuity and Safety Specialist will be responsible for developing and implementing a best in class safety solutions for the cooperative. Summary The Safety and Business Continuity Specialist is expected to promote and support LPEA’s mission and vision, strategic goals and initiatives, the Code of Excellence, and LPEA’s Leadership Principles. They will collaborate across the organization to promote a culture of safety and to develop, implement, and evaluate LPEA’s programs to reduce occupational accidents and illnesses in compliance with applicable laws and regulations.  They will also develop and administer LPEA’s Emergency Preparedness and Business Continuity Plan. Essential Job Functions Initiate LPEA safety and training programs and ensures that a comprehensive and effective safety program is functioning on a continual basis. Plan and direct surveys and research studies to assure effective program operation and to recommend improvements to establish or modify standards with efforts directed at maintaining a zero accident/incident rate. Develop, manage, and train employees on Emergency Preparedness and Business Continuity Plan in partnership with relevant internal and external stakeholders. Assign and/or lead on-site inspections, audits, noise level surveys and job observations ensuring corrective actions are taken to reduce or eliminate immediate hazards. Administrate, approve, and maintain PCB control program, DOT Commercial Drivers program, all employee driver records, DOT drug testing, MSDS program, and stay current on all OSHA requirements, providing updates as needed. Prepare and maintain Workers’ Compensation records between employees injured on the job and Federated Rural Electric Insurance Exchange. Interview and coordinate the investigation of accidents with supervisors and employees to determine causes and devise preventive measures. Compile and analyze accident and safety data and provide recommendations for developing and implementing remedial measures. Complete all required reports and forms and provides information to CEO. Inspect and rate unsafe conditions, according to factors such as severity of potential injury, likelihood of recurrence, employer's accident record, and evidence of voluntary compliance. Provide advice and instruct employees, supervisors, managers, and the CEO on the proper use of all safety equipment and how to avoid, correct, and remedy safety violations and/or incidents. Provide technical safety support on high-voltage electrical construction standards and work processes. Write new safety order proposal designed to protect workers from work methods, processes, or other hazards not previously covered, using knowledge of safety-engineering practices, available protective devices, safety testing, and occupational safety and health standards. Review and ensure LPEA meets all NRECA requirements. Interpret and clarify Federal, State, and/or Municipal Laws and regulations to advise employer of legal requirements. Provide advice and source data to prepare applications to regulatory bodies for changes in complaints or services. Recommend changes in legislation and administrative procedures to reflect technological and ecological changes and public sentiment. Review rulings to determine changes in legal stipulations and probable effects on company activities. Testify in legal proceedings and prepare documents for use of company witnesses summoned to testify. Act as liaison to, and work directly with, stakeholders who share a common responsibility to resolve problems for employee and organizational safety (i.e., management, staff employees, members, Federal, State, and Local Agency Representatives). Conduct informal meetings among various educational, civic, and industrial groups to promote general safety concepts. Prepare and review extensive monthly, quarterly, and annual summary data. Complete all required reporting. Safeguard facilities, control access to buildings and grounds, and provide personal safety to all involved. Assist in the development of departmental budget, goals, and objectives. Performs other duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications Knowledge of: Safety regulations and hazards inherent to the electric utility industry. Specific knowledge of applicable state and federal safety standards for electrical workers. Electrical construction standards and work processes. Accident reporting and investigation techniques. Industrial hygiene practices. Project management. Contracting processes. Business concepts and theories. Coaching and consulting techniques. Computer applications including word processing, spreadsheets, and data bases. Disaster preparedness Ability to: Interpret Federal, State, and local codes, standards, regulations and understand construction standards and processes with an emphasis on high voltage electrical requirements. Interpret cooperative directives and procedures. Communicate effectively with all levels of the organization and outside agencies. Develop/interpret/manage safety contracts. Conduct accident investigations. Work independently and use discretionary judgment. Serve as technical lead or advisor. Use personal computer and associated software. Analyze safety hazards, statistics, and reports. Conduct respirator fit tests. Use noise level analysis equipment. Work with confidential information. Train and instruct employees and the public. Proficient in First Aid and CPR. Work effectively as a team member. Required to be on call 24-hours a day for emergencies Experience/Education Bachelor's degree (B. A.) from four-year college or university; or four years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience, such as Journeyman Lineman Experience, with at least 8 years of experience in the electric utility industry. License/Certification Valid Colorado Driver’s License. Must become a Certified Loss Control Professional within 24 months by successfully passing the NRECA Loss Control Internship Must successfully complete the OSHA #501 and #503 30-hour courses within specified time.  Working Conditions Duties are performed usually in an office type environment. Investigate safety incidents in all weather and site conditions. Conduct safety site visits with personnel. Required to travel frequently between District facilities and construction/accident sites where incumbent may be exposed to electrical hazards, chemicals, hazardous waste materials and weather extremes to perform job site functions. Must regularly lift and /or move up to 10 pounds, frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Benefits Medical Insurance Dental & Vision Insurance Paid Vacation Personal Leave Sick Time 401(k) Health Club Reimbursement Education Assistance

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