If you are technically inclined, then Dominion probably has a career that would fit your background. A technical career at Dominion is a great way to gain skills and expertise in a technical field, and some examples of these career opportunities are listed below.
Customer Project Designer - Determines the design, time and cost estimates for the construction, maintenance and relocation of distribution facilities for customers within an assigned area based on customer load requirements and existing facilities.
Electrical Equipment Specialist - Performs preventative maintenance on substation equipment, such as circuit breakers, regulators, transformers.
Facilities Technician - Supports the maintenance staff in providing technical assistance in troubleshooting electrical and mechanical problems and make recommendations for repair and/or improvement.
Health Physics Technician - Provides radiological protection to protect the health and safety of the general public and employees from the hazards of radiation through surveys, analyses, sampling and compliance with regulations, standards and procedures.
Instrumentation & Control Technicians - Maintains and repairs electronic equipment to facilitate operation of natural gas compressor stations, gas measurement systems, pipelines, remote control and related facilities.
Instrument Technician (Power Generation) - Inspects, tests, services, repairs, calibrates, and installs indicating, recording, and automatic control instruments such as flow meters, pressure gauges, thermometers, regulators, and similar components in a power station.
Safety Specialist - Identifies potential safety, health, and fire protection risks and developing appropriate solutions and monitoring and evaluating the workplace to ensure compliance with all OSHA and company regulations.
System Protection Technician - Monitors the electronic devices on our electrical grid through a substation control room and computerized programs.
Technical Specialist - Provides technical and engineering support to assist with the analysis and evaluation of systems and equipments or improvement of processes and programs.
Computer Engineering Technology
Health Physics Technology
Instrumentation Controls Technology
Minimum qualification is typically a two or four-year degree in a related field and/or previous work experience in that area.