- Date Published: November, 4, 2022
- Contact Name: Heather Nichols
- Phone: 5757582258
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
As a Staking Agent II for KCEC you will perform any duties relating to obtainment of rights-of-way necessary for the construction of lines and other facilities required to the delivery of electric power to consumers.
What You’ll Do:
- Receives instructions regarding specific projects and work assignments
- Gathers information, researches and analyzes potential right-of-way routes and explores alternatives
- Determines the needs for permits; completes and submits applications as necessary
- Determines the need for certified right-of-way surveys and arranges for such surveys.
- Staking or assisting in staking lines assigned for construction.
- Confirms location of transformers and meter poles with Staking Supervisor.
- Meets and confers with those necessary to exchange information and receive instructions regarding right-of-way needs.
- May assist in system design or inventory using software
What you bring:
- High School education or GED certificate, required.
- Post-high school education or training in the fundamentals of civil engineering is required.
- An elementary knowledge of the science of surveying is required.
- Elementary knowledge of working software such as work processors, databases, spreadsheets, and ACAD or similar software is required.
- Must possess some post-high-school formal or informal training in the laws, regulations, codes and ordinances relating to utility rights-of-way, easements, and permitting, as well as electric utility line design, construction and service requirements.
- Thorough working knowledge of electrical design and construction of all types of electric lines
- The ability to perform work on computer is required and must be demonstrated.
- An understanding of the National Electric Safety Code (NESC) is required.
- Must be able to communicate in Spanish.
- The incumbent must possess sufficient prior work experience in electric utility employment wherein the skills and abilities to perform the position’s duties have been amply demonstrated.
Working Conditions; Physical and Cognitive Requirements:
- While some of the position’s duties are of a sedentary nature and performed in an inside office setting, many require outside work where standing, walking, stooping, bending, squatting, climbing and negotiating unimproved terrain is involved.
- Staking duties will involve physical labor.
- Lifting requirements may vary from minimal to moderate.
- The incumbent must possess the cognitive skills and abilities to perform the following activities on a regular basis: reading; writing, perform complex mathematical calculations, computer program usage and interrogation; measure, conduct research, analyze complex language and data.
- Coordinate person resources with schedules.
- Develop plans, goals and methods.
- Evaluate results, create innovative methodologies and procedures, present oral and written information to others; persuade, mediated, conciliate and negotiate; organize work assignments.
- Adhere closely to fixed standards, laws and regulations.
- Adjust to constantly changing job duties; and frequently work under pressure of schedules and time constraints.
The foregoing position description is not limiting nor is it all-inclusive of the duties to which an incumbent employee may be assigned. In order to ensure maximum workforce flexibility and efficiency, to promote cross-training among positions, and to meet changing business needs, employees will be assigned to such differing and additional duties as are deemed necessary or desirable by management.