Under general direction of the Electric Utility Director, performs complex and comprehensive analytical work in support of a variety of Electric Utility projects, programs including electric rate development, energy supply and delivery analysis, detailed financial and rate analysis; participates in special studies in support of Electric Utility business; exhibits excellent judgment and decision-making regarding policies and procedures; collaborates with management and co-workers in providing consultation services in areas of Electric Utility expertise; and other related duties including supervision as required.
Methods, techniques, principles, and practices used in power supply planning and contracts, electric economics, risk management, ratemaking, financial planning, and project development/management.
Knowledge of applicable legislation, regulation, and other compliance requirements.
Principles and practices of budget preparation and public administration; electric utility personnel management; codes and laws.
Perform skilled work in the areas of planning, evaluation, acquisition, and operation of bulk power supplies and delivery resources; develop electric rate schedules, participate in the budget process, and complete related work as required.
Prepare and give presentations; administer budgets; communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
Interpret laws, regulations, and policies.
Maintain record-keeping systems.
Operate a variety of standard and specialized equipment and software.
Travel to out-of-town meetings, occasionally with overnight stays.
Establish and maintain cooperative relationships with those contacted during the course of work.
Primarily office environment with some outside site visits and occasionally out-of-town/overnight travel, generally driving a car.
Essential and marginal functions may require maintaining physical condition necessary for sitting, standing, and walking over uneven ground for prolonged periods of time.
Using various office equipment, including a computer screen, keyboard, and telephone.
Lifting up to 30 pounds.
Must be in possession of a valid driver's license.
The City of Ukiah (pop. approx. 16,075) is the regional employment and services hub of Mendocino and Lake Counties, located in the beautiful Northern California Yokayo Valley, and surrounded by rich grape vineyards, pear orchards, and coastal mountains. Situated on the Highway 101 corridor, Ukiah is approximately two hours north of San Francisco, providing easy access to Bay Area resources. Ukiah also benefits from close proximity to the Mendocino Coast and spectacular redwood forests, and enjoys an abundance of recreational, arts, and cultural amenities throughout Mendocino County. The City’s growing trail system, walkable downtown and neighborhood areas, and broad recreational programming appeals to residents of all ages and interests that draws an increasing amount of participants, builds community, and provides family-friendly fun.
As the county seat of Mendocino County, Ukiah is a full-service city providing a range of municipal services, including police and fire protection, water, sewer, electric, land use planning and development services, street maintenance, parks and recreation services including a museum and 18-hole golf course, and an airport. The City is governed by... a five?member Council, elected at?large by the citizens of Ukiah, and the Mayor rotates annually among all Councilmembers .