PG&E's gas distribution system is the second largest in the country, extending approximately 48,000 miles. In addition, PG&E manages 6,700 miles of gas transmission pipeline with over 100 customers, operates 9 compressor stations, and has 3 operating gas storage facilities.
The Asset and Risk Management (A&RM) organization’s vision is to:
- Improve pipeline safety and system reliability with a goal of zero safety incidents.
- Promote a safety culture throughout all levels of the organization with an emphasis on improving learning from the past and anticipating the future.
- Apply integrity management principles on a system-wide basis while engaging our stakeholders from local communities we operate in to our regulators so they can understand and participate in reducing our risk.
- Support the design, construction, operation and maintenance of the transmission and distribution?pipeline systems through the proactive use of asset knowledge, threat identification and analytical tools to increase operational efficiency, improve system integrity and minimize safety risk to employees and the communities we operate in.
- The Transmission Integrity Management program within A&RM is responsible for assessing the integrity of the transmission system then developing and implementing a strategic integrity management plan for the entirety of the gas transmission assets.
The Sr. Corrosion Program Manager provides overarching program management support directly to the TIMP Corrosion Services department. There are various corrosion control sub-programs such as Internal Corrosion, CIS, Contacted Casings, Enhanced CP Monitoring, DC Interference, and AC Interference, which the program manager will have responsibility for cross-program coordination, contract oversight, monthly financial and metric reporting, coordination with PMO organizations, and ensuring engineering leads and other contract PM’s are on track with plans and goals.
- Reporting and Metrics: Establish metrics and key performance indicators to measure the success of the corrosion control programs. Provide monthly and annual reports on metrics and financial variance reports to key stakeholders.
- Financial Planning and Management: Support S1 and S2 financial planning process, provide regular updates to ensure budgets are managed within and across multiple programs.
- Work Process Management: Manages the assigned programs, including development of program scope, forecasts annual work plans, manages to the established schedule, monitors progress to ensure program unit and unit cost goals are met.
- Cross Functional Teamwork: Work closely with program leads, corrosion engineers/specialists, PMO, contractsupport, construction, supply chain and others to ensure execution progress and escalation of any barriers.
- Contractor Management: Oversee program related contracts from initiation to ongoing oversight ensuring established scope and execution contract terms are met. Includes oversight and alignment with other contract program management support.
- BA/BS from accredited college or university or equivalent experience
- 5 years of professional experience in portfolio/program/project management including demonstrated financial management expertise across multiple projects
- Knowledge of corrosion control principles and regulations
- Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification
- 2 years of experience leading cross-functional teams
- Advanced software skills including MS Excel, PowerPoint, Visio, Word, Project (or Primavera P6), SAP, FCC2, and Power BI
- Ability to influence/build relationships at all levels of the organization
- Proven experience in business communications and interactions with management
- Ability to work in a fast paced environment with changing priorities
- Possess strong written and verbal communication skills
- Basic knowledge of quality metrics and performance measurement
- Work experience and knowledge related to natural gas transmission or natural gas distribution
Requisition ID # 14620