ENERGY FOR WHAT’S AHEAD
Are you looking to make a difference
in your career? We’re working on smarter grids, cleaner energy and tools to
help people manage energy more efficiently.
About Operational Services
Operational Services (OS) impacts
the success of every area of the company. We own the responsibility to keep our
employees, facilities and the public safe. We also monitor, benchmark and
improve processes with integrity and compliance. From our supply chain, with
the goods and services we purchase and store, to being a trusted partner in
maintaining a robust transmission and distribution system, our work helps SCE
sustain a safe, reliable, affordable and clean energy grid. Operational and
service excellence is our main objective in everything we do.
As the Flight Operations Specialist
(FOS), you will be required to perform essential functions as part of the
overall aircraft Operation. On a daily basis, you will monitor and oversee safe
conduct of flight operations of the company’s aircraft as well as act as the
department’s main point of contact for pilots, maintenance, and ground support
to report any irregularities which involve flight operations safety or
emergency response measures. In addition, you will analyze and elevate
meteorological information to determine potential hazards and safety of flight
and coordinate aviation activity with all Operating Units that use aircraft in
the course of the utility business. You will coordinate activity in the hangar with
the proposed aircraft schedule and possesses the overall responsibility for
attention to detail. The ability to work in a fast paced team environment
are essential qualities for the success. Immediate response to customer
requests is what we strive for. Effective time management skills and the
ability to plan and organize an unpredictable workload are also needed. As the
FOS, you must be able to work both independently and in a team environment to
meet shared goals and objectives.
Release Flights, Flight Follow and Aircraft Operations Coordinator/AOC (after hours and weekends, when rotation turn occurs): Acts as an Aircraft Operations Dispatcher in coordination with the Chief Pilot and the Maintenance Manager.
Management of Aircraft Schedule: Process and schedule flight requests and coordinate with the Helicopter Operations Specialists for external load requests.
Management of contract aircraft: Assign work to contract aircraft operators, track when their work is scheduled and completed, and help chase down issues for P.O.’s / invoices.
Reporting: Conduct a monthly audit of the scheduling process. Compute the monthly aircraft utilization.