This position is responsible for directing and developing the team of project engineers, system planning engineers, and field project engineers tasked with planning, inspection, and managing capital construction projects driven by new residential development requests. The position is responsible for delivering best in the industry member satisfaction through the development of procedures, processes, metrics, and service standards concerning the development of subdivision designs, ensuring compliance with rate tariffs and Board policies; calculation and collection of appliable CIAC fees; design standards of overhead, underground, and lighting; developer.
The position will be responsible for continual process improvements within the Engineering Department and managing departmental and corporate strategic initiatives to successful completion. In addition, this position also has responsibility for Public Service Commission (PSC) reporting including the CIAC cost study, average member usage surveys, and construction unit cost surveys.
This position is responsible for developing construction work plans, RUS loan documents, and annual construction and operating budgets. They are also responsible for system load forecasts, load projections, and assuring that SECO’s electrical system has the capacity and capability of delivering safe, reliable, and cost-effective power to SECO’s members in peak load conditions. They are “Subject Matter Experts” (SME) in NESC standards and actively seek new materials to use in the construction and maintenance activities of the Cooperative.
4 Year / Bachelors Degree
Registration as a Professional Engineer in Florida.
Master’s in business, engineering, or related technical area.
Project Management Certification or Six Sigma Black Belt.
Ten (10) years’ experience in electric utility distribution systems and operations with emphasis on overhead and underground distribution design including residential and commercial developments.
Three (3) years in a management position supervising multiple individuals and functions.
Experience with RUS and managing construction loan documents for distribution and transmission projects.
Experience implementing standardized work processes and the ability to interpret and compose workflow process charts, coordinating emergency response activities.
Experience with construction standards and work order inspection for an electric utility.
Experience or similar work with an electric utility or related industry.
SECO Energy is a not-for-profit electric cooperative serving over 210,000 families and businesses across seven counties in Central Florida, making SECO the third largest electric co-op in Florida and the seventh largest in the nation.
In both 2017 and 2016, SECO Energy was ranked “Highest in Customer Satisfaction among Cooperatives” in the J.D. Power Electric Utility Residential Customer Satisfaction Study. In 2015, SECO Energy was ranked “Highest in Customer Satisfaction among Midsize Utilities in the South” by J.D. Power. SECO refers to the three consecutive awards as its “Triple Crown,” and we are grateful to our members for ranking us #1!