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Progress Energy Adds Four New Jobs In St. Pete For Smart Grid Project

Progress Energy has started a Next Generation Demand Response Smart Grid project that involves updating the power grids with smart grid technology.

This will enhance capabilities for renewable energy and give Progress Energy's customers advantages for new programs and opportunities in the future.

As a result, Progress Energy is adding four new jobs to its St. Petersburg office.

The power company is hiring for business process lead, change management lead, senior business process analyst and manager business process management.

All the positions require a bachelor's degree.

The applicants for the business process lead and the change management lead positions must also have more than seven years of relevant work experience.

The business process lead position involves being in charge of the business process management activities for the Smart Grid project.

The change management lead position is responsible for heading up the change management activities for the Smart Grid project.

The senior business process analyst applicant must have five to seven years of relevant work experience. Preference will be given to applicants with technology experience.

This position will involve designing future state processes for the Smart Grid project with a project team.

Progress Energy prefers that applicants for the manager business process management position have a master's degree in business, finance, or engineering and also have more than nine years work experience.

This employee's responsibility's will be creating and implementing a Business Process Management strategy for the Smart Grid project.

Progress Energy is also hiring replacement jobs for two project managers II or III-voltage management system-feeder conditioning, senior  demand side management-project management specialist and lead engineer (combustion turbine and combined cycle).

To apply, visit Progress Energy's website.

Writer: Mandy Erfourth
Source: Suzanne Grant, Progress Energy


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