Great River Energy is a not-for-profit wholesale electric power cooperative which provides electricity to 28 member-owner distribution cooperatives. Together, our systems serve 700,000 families, farms, and businesses in Minnesota. Great River Energy is the second largest electric power supplier in Minnesota and one of the largest generation and transmission cooperatives in the country and our mission is to provide our member-owners with affordable, reliable energy in harmony with a sustainable environment.
Ensuring materials and services are available when and where needed underpins all aspects of constructing, operating, and maintaining an electric transmission grid system.
The Asset Data Controls and Analytics team at Great River Energy is looking to hire an individual to fill the role of Data Controls Coordinator. (NOTE: This job description accommodates a broad range of domain experience, knowledge, and responsibilities.) This specific opportunity is looking for the right candidate with established knowledge, experience, and fluency in the domain of electrical and telecommunication construction and maintenance project materials and related transactional accounting.
The Data Controls Coordinator role provides data and process controls support across the capital project, operations, maintenance, asset, and supply-chain management processes. Key notable responsibilities of this specific opportunity include:
· Providing direct support for material and service requisitioning during normal business operations and in support of system restoration activities
· Monitoring material delivery dates and alerting stakeholders of potential schedule impacts
· Performing self-directed, recurring internal quality control and assurance checks by running queries and reports, reviewing actual documentation, notifying stakeholders of deficiencies discovered, and providing support in delivering related process training to stakeholder audiences
· Providing support to work invoicing and preventive maintenance schedule administration processes
Minimum education requirements include a two-year technical/business college degree with five years combined experience in one or several of the following business areas:
· General documentation control, data-entry and processing support in supply-chain, asset management, or engineering business functions
· Fixed asset and supply-chain accounting and compliance controls
· Data and process analysis and controls related to operations, supply-chain, asset management, compliance, and system or business planning
Continuous growth in the assigned area of responsibility by continued education and by attending seminars, conferences, meetings, etc. is required.
Helpful to know
· Growth and development opportunities: The nature of this role and business area’s function provides great opportunities to gain insights into many aspects of the electric transmission industry, work with stakeholders across a broad range of business functions and develop skills and knowledge in the rapidly evolving field of data science. Keys to success in this role will be the abilities to collaborate with others, self-manage multiple and ever-shifting priorities, and an intellectual curiosity combined with self-lead learning agility.
· Work Mode: This position is a candidate for a hybrid work mode. Generally, the employee will report to a MN Great River Energy facility, (preferably Elk River, Minnesota), for a set number of days with the option to work remotely on the remaining days. Details of the actual work arrangement will be discussed and established during the hiring process.
Qualified professionals will find we have a lot to offer: competitive compensation, continued education, an on-site workout facility, generous retirement plan, along with many more benefits. Qualified candidates, please apply at www.greatriverenergy.com under the Careers tab by August 12, 2022.
GRE values diversity, equity, and inclusion and we are an equal employment opportunity employer.
Powering what’s possible Great River Energy is a not-for-profit electricity provider owned by our 28 distribution cooperatives in Minnesota and Wisconsin for which we generate and transmit electricity. We provide wholesale electric service to our member owners who distribute electricity to approximately 660,000 member consumers - or about 1.7 million people. A diverse mix of generation resources - Our power plants generate more than 2,800 megawatts of electricity and several solar arrays capable of producing 650 kilowatts. In addition, we purchase wind and hydroelectric energy.Your electricity is delivered through power lines to you. Every time you plug in your toaster, television or other electrical device, a system of power lines goes to work to bring you the power you need. Our job at Great River Energy is to keep the lights on by providing a safe & reliable supply of electricity.