OGE Energy Corp Power Supply Engineer Configuration Control Program Coordinator in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Power Supply Engineer Configuration Control Program Coordinator
The Power Supply Configuration Program Control Coordinator (PS CC Coordinator) will be accountable for the successful implementation of the OGE Power Supply Configuration Control program, as outlined in the governing PS Procedure and Utility Operations Standard. The PS CC Program Coordinator will work with Plant Leadership, plant and Power Supply Services (PSS) engineers, Project Managers, designers, drafters, and maintenance and operations members to implement, administer, monitor, and measure the effectiveness of the CC Program at each Power Supply Generation facility. This position includes responsibilities for enabling supporting elements required to ensure that the CC Program outcomes can be successfully completed and sustained. Examples of such enabling elements include: implementation of an updated PS Document Control procedure and process, assist training for members to ensure SAP Master Data is structured correctly, configuration and implementation of the CC Tool, etc. Position will also be responsible for monitoring progress and compliance with PS procedure and Utility operations Standards. This will be done though developing, reporting on and continuously improving upon a monthly metric package.
Level of Responsibility:
Complex responsibilities related to primary focus of job area. Works under minimal supervision. Resolves most questions and problems and refers only the most complex issues to higher levels. Fully understands the requirements of Configuration Control and uses best practices and in-depth business knowledge to improve the process.
Responsible for developing and executing against a plan for the PS Generation fleet, to manage the implementation of CC at each of the Generation locations.
Responsible for developing a Change Management plan utilizing the ADKAR methodology, to manage the fleet CC Implementation, including support/input from the PS CC Team.
Serves as the CC Program Champion for PS to ensure that the process receives the appropriate level of attention, priority, management support and training.
Partners with the plant leadership teams to evaluate effectiveness of the program and to support the creation of resource requests and the associated business case, as required. The PS CC Coordinator will utilize their position in PSS to coordinate and recommend fleet and plant level needs, leveraging internal and external capabilities.
Responsible for ensuring that an inventory of required supporting procedures, processes and tools are identified and enabled, utilizing a risk based approach.
Responsible for creating and managing the rollout of the PS Document Control Procedure, process and serving as the business owner for PS, as it relates to enhancements made to the enterprise Document Control tools.
Ensures feedback is solicited from each location and incorporated, where required, to help enable continuous improvement of the CC Program for the fleet.
Coordinates and supports CC performance measurement, verification and reporting activities by monitoring site events and generating reports for Leadership.
Responsible to evaluate and participate in change review audits.
Bachelor of Science in Engineering
Eight (8) years generation and/or manufacturing experience
Valid State Driver's License.
Experience auditing and evaluating quality control or work processes.
Experience developing and implementing engineer process controls.
Project Management experience.
Previous Management of Change/Configuration Management experience.
Change Management experience.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Demonstrated commitment to IIF (Incident and injury Free) workplace.
Demonstrated well developed verbal and written communication and consultation skills to communicate with all levels throughout the organization.
Demonstrated ability to exhibit managerial courage addressing difficult issues and situations, holding others accountable when necessary.
Demonstrated ability to build partnerships and work collaboratively with others to meet shared objectives.
Demonstrated ability to achieve results through influence, outside organizational reporting structure and across business units.
Demonstrated project leadership skills.
Self-motivated and able to work with limited supervision.
Strong problem solving, organization and analytical skills.
Demonstrated experience reading and updating technical documentation (i.e. P&ID’s, electrical prints, underground drawings, etc.)
Excellent time management and organizational skills.
Demonstrated computer skills with ability to use application software (i.e. SAP, MS Office, etc.)
Demonstrated understanding of plant design, construction and plant operations and maintenance.
Desired Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Strong, practical safety knowledge and understanding. (PSM, Haz Op, What If, etc.) as it relates to a process facility.
Strong, practical environmental knowledge and understanding, as it relates to a generation facility.
Ability to operate effectively in instances of ambiguity.
May require travel.
May be required to work non-standard work schedules.
May be exposed to extreme conditions and inclement weather.
May be required to work at heights up to and exceeding thirty (30) feet, underground and in confined spaces.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States
89,000.00 - 148,400.00 USD