Req. # 12025
Title: Supervisor Gas Operations
Location: Marion, IL
The Supervisor Gas Operations is responsible for the day-to-day leadership of the gas construction and service crews, and the management of their work in accordance with applicable collective bargaining agreements. Their work also includes the daily enforcement of safety rules, HR policies, and resolution of employee conflict and customer complaints. Key responsibilities include:
- Supervise, develop, and evaluate individuals and crews engaged in the construction and maintenance of the gas distribution system. Provide clear expectations for their performance.
- Schedule, assign, and direct the workforce in a safe, efficient, and effective manner in accordance with the limitations of all applicable collective bargaining agreements. Manage overtime.
- Coordinate activities with customers, contractors, and other company departments through the use of Ameren's Work Prioritization and Scheduling (WPS) system. Monitor to ensure timely completion.
- Efficiently utilize company systems related to work tracking, time reporting, and materials management.
- Consistently enforce all safety rules and conduct Job Behavioral Observations with individuals and crews.
- Consistently enforce HR policies with individuals and crews.
- Contribute to the development and implementation of division and function goals.
- Identify and implement improvements in division operations to control costs and improve productivity.
High School Diploma or equivalent required. Associate's or Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university preferred.
Five or more years of relevant experience required, preferably as a journeyman/apprentice in gas distribution, construction, maintenance or operations, but will also consider experience in the planning, analysis and/or design of gas distribution systems. Supervisory or team leadership experience preferred. May consider a Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering with two or more years of relevant experience.
Must possess good leadership, communications, human relations and computer skills. Basic knowledge of OAS, and DOJM systems preferred. After preliminary review, selected applicants must take the First Line Supervisor Test and obtain a recommended status in order to be eligible for additional selection procedures (e.g., interview) designated for this position. This position is subject to emergency call-outs. Must live within 30 minutes of the Marion Operating Center.