LG&E and KU Energy Gas Regulatory Associate I in Louisville, Kentucky

Title Gas Regulatory Associate I

Requisition ID 3806BR

Address 6900 Enterprise Drive

City Louisville

State Kentucky

Job Function Admin or Clerical Support

Position Purpose The Gas Regulatory Associate I is an entry-level position responsible for assisting in the day-to-day management of pipeline safety inspections and other natural gas regulatory compliance programs. This position requires strict attention to detail as work impacts other internal and external resources and departments. The Associate position should ensure that the work efforts ensure a positive customer experience for both internal and external customers.

Education & Experience High school diploma or equivalent is required; Two year college degree preferably in a business field is highly desired; Successful applicant must be able to demonstrate experience and use of multiple database applications; One year of customer service experience analyzing and resolving data inquires or problem resolution; Demonstrated experience in process development, program performance management/measurement and program compliance is desired; One to three years of experience in handling direct communications from customers handling inquires is a plus; SAP experience a plus

Preferred Qualifications Must be able to analyze data and perform investigations with multiple systems (i.e. databases, geographic information systems, etc.); Effective communication and organizational skills are required; Applicant must demonstrate a history of accuracy and timeliness in maintaining multiple assigned duties; Able to identify potential problems and communicate issues effectively to improve processes and/or documentation; Can work effectively with limited assistance and moderate supervision; Possess a working knowledge of MS Office with proficient knowledge and experience with MS Excel

Job Description Work well as a team member to develop and manage internal relationships and exercise professional judgment.

Learn programs processes for assigned area of responsibility – leak survey, curb valve inspection, public awareness, atmospheric corrosion, regulator change/data entry, priority and designated valves, cathodic protection, integrity management, etc.

With guidance from supervision, identify and assign work to be given to field resources based on established guidelines

Ensure compliance with deadlines associated with the various assigned programs of responsibility

Identify and communicate potential problems with information systems, processes or compliance deadlines to supervision as needed

Research and report errors in company database applications (i.e. CCS, Smallworld, Storms, etc.)

Maintain accurate records for assigned programs that can sustain necessary audit reviews

Assist in the preparation of periodic statistical reports

Process various daily reports as directed by supervision when needed

Assist staff in the completion of paperwork from various compliance activities

Review documentation for paperwork for accuracy and completeness (i.e. reports, timesheets, pipeline construction packets, etc.); Communicate documentation issues to responsible parties for correction

Learn applicable database systems as required for the position (i.e. CCS, STORMS/related work management systems, Smallworld, Oracle IPM, FIM, Fieldsmart, Ventyx-Service Suite, Gas Outage and Management reports, Distribution Operations Web reporting, RP 1162, Dig Track, and Cathodic Protection Data Manager)

Learn processes and perform tasks associated with other company functions such as material ordering, invoice processing, and timekeeping

Handle incoming telephone calls and be responsible for answering inquiries from customer, contract resources, and other company employees

Learn general federal and state pipeline safety regulation and company procedure requirements for the inspection programs the department section performs

Communicate clearly and professionally to other members of the group regarding errors and corrective measures

Other duties as assigned by management

Work Conditions Primarily working in an office environment with occasional field visits.

Physical Effort Primarily sitting with some walking.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Louisville Gas & Electric and Kentucky Utilities (LG&E and KU) is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer dedicated to diversity and the strength it brings to the workplace.

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