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Effective Date : 10/19/2016
Pay Range : $4,000 to $6,000 monthly


This is an unclassified (exempt) position performing  compliance related duties for the Compliance Department of the Grand River Dam Authority as assigned by the Compliance Manager


  • As assigned, interacts and works with GRDA work groups to ensure compliance with NERC standards.
  • Prepares, creates, edits, and updates GRDA processes and procedures to reflect and/or modify actual work practices so that they are in accordance with current NERC standards.
  • Stays abreast of changes in standards and informs GRDA staff and management of changes and their effect on current policies, procedures, work practices, and staffing.
  • Assists staff in assigned areas to assimilate, verify, process, store, and retrieve evidence, data, and documentation to support compliance efforts and to demonstrate compliance for auditing purposes.
  • Prepares and assists with preparation of documentation for compliance audits.
  • Assists in the preparing of subject matter experts for audits.
  • Interfaces with the Southwest Power Pool to respond to requests for data, studies, comment, analysis, and planning activities concerning the GRDA compliance program.
  • Participates in compliance related working groups at SPP and NERC as assigned.
  • After-hours work may be required under system emergencies and during company audits.
  • Other duties as assigned.
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Effective Date : 10/20/2014
Pay Range : $3,438.78 per month


The responsibilities for this position involves establishing and maintaining a law enforcement program on Grand River Dam Authority controlled lakes and properties.



The functions within this position will vary by level, but may include the following:

  • Protects people and property; provides rescue/recovery operations when needed.
  • Patrols areas as assigned enforcing laws, regulations, rules and administrative policies; issues citations and makes arrests as appropriate; files charges and appears as a witness in court.
  • Responds to reported crimes and emergencies; secures scene as necessary; recognizes, collects and preserves evidence; interviews and interrogates suspects, victims or witnesses.
  • Investigates boating accidents and provides traffic control; renders or obtains medical assistance.
  • Inspects for safe operating conditions of boats and related equipment and takes appropriate action.
  • Makes public appearances and gives demonstrations and lectures; provides public assistance as required; cooperates and coordinates with appropriate agencies.
  • Completes or provides required training; keeps records and prepares reports as directed.
  • Maintains assigned equipment in good working condition.
  • Performs land management duties including inspection of various structures and sites to determine compliance with GRDA regulations; issues permits for docks, dredgings, ramps, retaining walls and breakwaters.
  • Supervises and instructs lake patrol officers in all aspects of the Oklahoma Boat and Water Safety Law and its procedures.
  • Investigates and resolves internal complaints.
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