Manager-Emergency Preparedness

Company Name:
Northeast Utilities
Job Description: AS STATED IN NUP 64, NEW HIRES AND EMPLOYEES WHO HAVE TRANSFERRED INTO A POSTED POSITION ARE EXPECTED TO REMAIN IN THEIR CURRENT POSITION FOR ONE YEAR BEFORE APPLYING FOR A SYSTEM JOB POSTING. IN ADDITION, EMPLOYEES NEED TO INFORM THEIR SUPERVISOR WHEN APPLYING FOR A POSTED JOB. POSITION REQUIREMENTS: A Bachelor's degree in engineering, business or finance or the equivalent in combined education and experience and a minimum of ten years of management/supervisory experience in field operations or a related field is required. Individual must possess strong leadership skills to motivate employees in a high performing organization. Demonstrated technical expertise in the electrical distribution system is required. Other requirements include: demonstrated ability to achieve desired operational results and work in a team environment; demonstrated ability to work in stressful emergency situations; strong communication and interpersonal skills; and proficiency with PC tools and mainframe computer applications. A valid motor vehicle operator's license is required. POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES: Individual will manage the overall responsibilities of the PSNH incident management system (emergency response organization) and provide support for the strategy-to-action initiatives. Responsibilities include: managing staffing of the Emergency Preparedness group including hiring, performance evaluation and employee development; administering policies associated wit Electric Operations; providing technical expertise to Electric Operations; coordinating, developing and maintaining the Electric Operations policies and procedures data base; executing and monitoring departmental budgets; maintaining awareness of external business factors including best practices by benchmarking; developing, implementing and managing the PSNH incident management system designed to respond to statewide emergency restoration activities; and assume lead role in special projects.

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