Posted 1 month ago

Electric Utility Project Manager

Company: City of Naperville
Category: Electrical, Management


Type: Full Time

The City of Naperville seeks a project professional possessing three or more years’ experience leading technical projects to become a Project Manager for the City’s publicly-owned Electric Utility, focusing on projects related to the installation and maintenance of electric facilities. As a Utility Project Manager, you will do the following:

  • Developing project plans, schedules, specifications and measures for progress and quality.
  • Monitoring the progress of projects and proposed property development, and advising the division manager accordingly.
  • Developing bid requirements and reviewing & recommending appropriate equipment, supplies & vendors for the project.
  • Inspecting project-related work and approving payment to vendors for completed work.
  • Establishing and communicating project milestones.
  • Providing other departments with information related to electric projects and requirements.
  • Making recommendations of plan reviews, site plans, tenant plans and annexation agreements to the division manager.
  • Providing direction, guidance and technical support to project team members; resolving conflicts and solving problems among project team members.
  • Developing and delivering presentations to stakeholders and/or at public meetings on project progress, variances, expenditures and outcomes.
  • Responding to project-related inquiries.
  • Performing analytical, mathematical, or technical studies as assigned to prepare a variety of project-related reports and propose actions.
  • Conducting field walk downs when appropriate to identify and analyze corrective and preventive maintenance, modification, and project activities.
  • Preparing specifications and making recommendations for the purchase of related services & equipment.
  • You will review other utilities’ requests to work in the public right-of-way; provide developers with the Utility’s policies regarding land development; attend project and utility coordination and concept meetings; and review engineering designs and work orders with the division manager.