Energy Dispatch Supervisor jobs in Syracuse, NY

Energy Dispatch Supervisor supervises the operations and activities of an energy dispatch control room. Oversees the work of dispatchers and ensures compliance with company policies, practices, and procedures. Being an Energy Dispatch Supervisor requires at least an associate degree. Typically reports to a manager/head of unit. The Energy Dispatch Supervisor supervises a small group of para-professional staff in an organization characterized by highly transactional or repetitive processes. Contributes to the development of processes and procedures. Thorough knowledge of functional area under supervision. To be an Energy Dispatch Supervisor typically requires 3 years experience in the related area as an individual contributor. (Copyright 2020


12 Energy Dispatch Supervisor jobs found in Syracuse, NY area

Energy Business Development Manager
  • Resource Energy
  • Adams, NY Full-Time
  • This role can be preformed remotely from Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, N...
  • Just Posted
Clean Energy Canvassers
  • Sales Focus Inc.
  • Auburn, NY Full-Time
  • Amazing opportunity to receive base pay plus commission for enrolling customers into a discount program on their electri...
  • 3 Days Ago
Syracuse is located at 43°2′49″N 76°8′40″W / 43.04694°N 76.14444°W / 43.04694; -76.14444 (43.046899, -76.144423). It is located about 87 miles (140 km) east of Rochester, 131 miles (210 km) east of Buffalo,and 150 miles (240 km) west of the state capital Albany. It is also the halfway point between New York City and Toronto, about 245 miles (390 km) from each, Toronto to the northwest and NYC to the southeast. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 25.6 square miles (66 square kilometres), of which 25.1 square miles (65 square kilometres) is land and 0.6...
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Income Estimation for Energy Dispatch Supervisor jobs
$93,984 to $123,865
Syracuse, New York area prices
were up 1.5% from a year ago