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Effective Date : 08/17/2017
Pay Range : $7.3K TO $9.3K per month dependent upon experience

This is an unclassified (exempt) senior level position performing system operation duties for the Transmission System Operation Department of the Grand River Dam Authority as required by SPP, NERC and FERC requirements to maintain the reliability of the Bulk Electric System.

Essential Job Functions

  • Shall have the responsibility and authority to implement real-time actions that ensure the stable and reliable operation of the Bulk Electric System, up to and including the shedding of firm load.
  • Shall be responsible for complying with the NERC reliability standards.
  • Regulate control area; voltage, frequency, and transmission line loading by Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) computer.
  • Develops and approves mitigations for Real-Time System emergencies.
  • Develops Operational Planning Analysis for next-day operations ensures Real-time assessment is performed in accordance with NERC and SPP requirements.
  • Supervises the restoration of service following an interruption through SCADA and manual switching of equipment by dispatching generation and/or transmission field personnel to remote switching stations to isolate damaged lines or equipment.
  • Review, coordinate and arrange the clearance and restoration of high voltage transmission lines, substations, transformers, and generation units through switching procedures while ensuring the safety of field personnel and the reliability of the Bulk Electric System.
  • Monitors network applications, including State Estimator, RTCA, and Communications system for potential System reliability issues and takes actions to mitigate.
  • Participates in all required training to maintain valid NERC certification.
  • The ability to work rotating 12 hour shifts including holidays, weekends, and overtime as needed.
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Effective Date : 08/17/2017
Pay Range : $3,500 to $3,750 monthly

Essential Duties

  • Prepare and track all preventative maintenance records of GRDA Fleet. Maintain a complete file on each vehicle and piece of equipment. Enter all completed Preventative Maintenance and Corrective Maintenance performed into the system.
  • Responsible for Purchase Requests, Requisitions, Purchase Orders, Receiving, Invoice Tracking, Comdata transactions, stocking and issuing equipment and supplies for GRDA. Purchasing agent, CPO for Substation, Welding, Fleet and various other GRDA departments located at Transmission and Distribution. Maintain required training to comply with CPO requirements.
  • Prepare and perform physical counts of inventory in the Fleet Warehouse. Update equipment inventory as needed for surplus items. Input data from inventory sheets into MAXIMO. Insure that the warehouse is properly stocked.
  • Responsible for the daily record keeping of the fuel inventory. Issue vehicle and employee fuel keys. Maintain accurate, up-to-date records. Responsible for measuring, ordering, receiving and issuing fuel supply.
  • Enter GRDA vehicle and equipment assets into MAXIMO, assigns asset numbers, set up job plans and maintenance schedules. Orders tags, Comdata cards and Pike Pass stickers for the vehicles and enters into MAXIMO.
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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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