Cummins Inc. PG Electrical Permit Coordinator in Sumner, Washington

PG Electrical Permit Coordinator


Applies developing business process and project management skills within an area of business or technical specialty. Manages small portions of well defined projects. Provides administrative and logistics support for a project team and project manager.

Serves as a resource on projects and work assignments; employs basic knowledge of effective project management and general business understanding.

Identifies, tracks, and works with others to resolve project issues.

Monitors and communicates project status to project team.

Assists with budget planning and tracking, research, and analytical support; provides input into the design and development of project plans and timelines.

Assists with managing project risk; uses quality tools to identify areas of risk.

Documents and shares team learnings with other teams; draws on other experiences to enhance the success of the project.

Maintains project notes, databases, and other records; monitors measures and communicates with Project Manager on status of specific projects and assignments.

At Cummins, we are dedicated to diversity in the workplace and our policy is to provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified persons without regard to race, age, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression or other status protected by law.



Issue Management - Aware of the steps to develop and manage change, including issues and risks, for a project.

Scope Management - Solicits and organizes customer requirements (Voice of the Customer), and tracks the status of project deliverables. Uses a Value Package Profile (VPP) or other appropriate scope-defining document, and manages change. Manages the connections between multiple levels of scope detail in related additional documents (e.g. Tech Profiles or equivalent documents).

Schedule Management - Develops and maintains a cross-functional schedule. Proficient at one or more schedule management tools. Knows the right level of detail needed to use the tool effectively.

Stakeholder Management And Communication - Identifies, engages and manages stakeholders on a project or groups of projects. Overcomes obstacles and resistance among stakeholders. Effectively stratifies stakeholder needs and creates and executes communications plans to fit the unique needs of each type of stakeholder.

Resource Plan Management - Aware of the steps to develop and manage a cross-functional resource plan for a project.

Business Planning/Strategy - Familiar with tools for financial analysis and its relevance. Knows when, where, and how to get assistance.

Cross-Functional Knowledge - Understands the basic high-level tasks for each functional area on a project.

Project Risk Management - Understands the basics of risk identification, analysis, and mitigation.

Education, Licenses, Certifications

College, university, equivalent degree or equivalent work experience .


Relevant work experience required.

  • Primarily responsible for obtaining required electrical permits in support of PG service activity in Washington State.

  • Act as a liaison between internal and external stakeholders to ensure timely issuance of electrical permits and related inspections in support of PG service activity.

  • Primarily responsible for scheduling electrical inspections in support of PG service activity.

  • Responsible for updating all systems and databases with required electrical permit information including receipts, etc. in support of compliance and applicable regulations.

  • Develop and implement documented processes to ensure branch compliance with electrical permit requirements at the state, county and/or town/city level in support of scheduled PG service activity.

  • Communicate and ensure stakeholder understanding of processes in support of compliance.

  • Monitor Washington State Labor & Industry electrical permit and related regulation processes as well as county and/or town/city requirements to ensure branch compliance in support of service activity.

  • Routinely advise internal stakeholders of any substantial changes impacting the branches ability to service PG customers due to changes in electrical permit regulations.

  • Monitor electrical inspector requests, trends and anomalies and communicate appropriately with internal stakeholders.

  • Train internal stakeholders on processes in support of obtaining electrical permits.

  • Share knowledge and provide support as necessary to branch service supervisors to ensure required permits are obtained in a timely manner.

  • Timely documentation of receipts in a shared drive.

  • Monitor compliance on a consistent basis and advise stakeholders of relevant deadlines

  • Obtain and maintain 07 Administrators License.

  • Keen attention to detail.

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills


Primary Location United States-Washington-Tacoma-US, WA, Sumner, Cummins Northwest

Job Type Experienced - Professional / Office

Recruitment Job Type Professional - Experienced

Job Posting Dec 13, 2017, 10:02:49 AM

Unposting Date Ongoing

Req ID: 1700072T