After a career with Con Edison, you possess knowledge of the energy business that is hard to find. Occasionally, system emergencies and major restoration events require the assistance of skilled individuals to supplement our workforce. If you continue to live in our service territory, we want your help. Consider becoming part of our critical supplemental workforce. To apply for consideration, please provide your contact information and indicate the roles you are able to support during significant storms and other emergency events.

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* 1. FIRST NAME

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* 2. LAST NAME

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* 3. FIVE (5) DIGIT EMPLOYEE ID NUMBER

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* 4. PREFERRED EMAIL ADDRESS

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* 5. BEST CONTACT NUMBER (EXAMPLE 212-456-7878)

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* 6. RETIREMENT DATE

Date / Time

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* 7. LAST EMPLOYMENT TYPE

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* 8. DEPARTMENT YOU WERE IN AT RETIREMENT

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* 9. TITLE AT RETIREMENT

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* 10. SELECT THE ROLES THAT INTEREST YOU AND YOU ARE ABLE TO PEFORM.  PAYMENT RATES ARE DETERMINED AT THE TIME OF THE EMERGENCY.

Wire Guard - Remain with downed wires, ensuring the public respects minimum approach distances to wires until crews can eliminate the hazard. You should be prepared to work 12-hour shifts for multiple days until restoration is complete.

Dispatcher - Receiving and transmitting reliable messages. Track and record important information, including estimated restoration times and job follow-up. Track crews, vehicles, and equipment (e.g. poles and transformers). You should be prepared to work 12-hour shifts for multiple days until we restore power.

Crew Guide - Escort and assist mutual assistance crews working on restoration efforts. Role requires former Electric Operations experience and knowledge of the geographic area of restoration. You should be prepared to work 16-hour shifts for multiple days until we restore power.

Crew Guide Leader - An Electric Operations­–qualified person who can take switch moves through the Control Center or Remote Control Center. You should be prepared to work 16-hour shifts for multiple days until we restore power.

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