Administers monthly safety and loss control meetings to all Electric Cooperatives/Associations in Mississippi. Participates in schools, seminars and other functions, as needed. Helps implement the Emergency Work Plan during times of disaster. Responsible for the planning, development, and implementation of safety and training programs.
Plan, write, organize and teach electric distribution subjects and regulatory compliance to Electric Cooperative/Association personnel.
Must be a good communicator and have excellent speaking skills to work with both small and large audiences.
Willing to assist, supervise or train at lineman schools, seminars and other functions as needed by the Cooperative/Association and/or Vice President, Safety and Loss Control.
Conduct safety audits on Electric Cooperative/Association crews and facilities and report results to proper personnel.
Must be available to provide disaster assistance to the Cooperative/Association and be willing to assist in system restoration.
Must be able to provide safety and loss control guidance to system employees that will maximize a safer work environment, compliance and education.
Must possess a minimum of a high school diploma and have a minimum of four years experience with an electric utility, preferably line construction and maintenance.
Must have experience and knowledge of power line construction including RUS, NESC, OSHA, DOT and EPA regulations.
Must possess the qualification or be willing to earn the qualification of Certified Safety Professional (CSP) or the NRECA Certified Loss Control Professional (CLCP).
Computer skills, especially in Microsoft PowerPoint, Word and Outlook are highly recommended.
Work is both inside and outside the Cooperative/Association. Some irregular hours including night, weekends and holidays may be required.
Extensive travel within the state of Mississippi and limited out of state travel.