The state association of electric cooperatives in South Carolina seeks a Loss Control and Training Director in the Loss Control and Training Department.
The Loss Control and Training Director is responsible for providing loss control and training programs at member cooperatives, serving as a technical resource for safe work practices and regulatory compliance at member cooperatives, and delivering electrical distribution line technician training as well as documenting and tracking employee training records.
Working under the supervision of the Vice President of Loss Control and Training, the Loss Control and Training Director duties include but are not limited to:
Developing curriculum and presenting accident prevention, regulatory compliance, professional development, and skills training programs using accepted curriculum development methods.
Conducting facility audits at member cooperatives for unsafe work practices, hazardous conditions, and compliance violations. Making recommendations to management for correction of compliance issues.
Evaluating tools and equipment and recommending procedures for their safe and efficient use.
Providing crew observations for unsafe work practices, hazardous conditions, and potential compliance issues at member cooperatives. Making recommendations to management.
Scheduling and delivering CPR, first aid and AED training to member cooperatives. Providing this training to external organizations associated with member cooperatives, if needed.
Scheduling and coordinating professional development programs, such as staking engineering, fleet services, system operations, etc.
Serving as a technical resource to the cooperatives in the areas of OSHA, EPA, DHEC, DOT, NEC, NESC and RUS standards.
Assisting with the administration of the Rural Electric Safety Achievement Program.
Assisting with the administration of the disaster recovery and storm restoration plan.
Committing to “lifelong” learning as it relates to maintaining and attaining instructional techniques and subject matter expertise that may result in the employee’s growth and increased value to ECSC.
Developing and delivering training programs in electrical theory and safe electrical work practices and evaluating training program participants’ technical and demonstrated abilities.
A complete job description is available upon request.
Applicants must have 10 years of experience as a journeyman lineman. An associate or bachelor’s degree is preferred, or if no degree, a commitment to obtaining a bachelor’s degree is required. Applicants should be knowledgeable in OSHA, EPA, DHEC, and DOT regulations and ANSI, ASTM, NESC, and RUS standards. A Certified Loss Control Professional (CLCP) certification is desired. Experience in training or instructional techniques and curriculum development is preferred.
The Electric Cooperatives of South Carolina is the trade association of eighteen member electric cooperatives in South Carolina.