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As one of the nation’s largest electric utilities, we’re bringing more clean and renewable sources of energy to Southern California.

From energy storage to transportation electrification, our employees are working on innovative projects that will help cut emissions and greenhouse gases to provide cleaner air for everyone.

We have diverse teams, made up of inventors, doers and problem solvers. The people here at SCE don't just keep the lights on. The mission is so much bigger. We are fueling the kind of innovation that is changing an entire industry, and quite possibly the planet.

Follow us across our different social channels and visit www.edisoncareers.com to learn more about who we are and how we’re working together to create a better tomorrow.
Highlights from Southern California Edison
  • Southern California Edison Lorene Miller

    Meet a Fairygodboss at Southern California Edison

    • Name

      Lorene Miller

    • Position

      Managing Director, Customer Service Re-Platform Program

      Irwindale, CA

    Lorene Miller is Managing Director of the Customer Service Re-Platform Program.  She is responsible for overseeing the implementation of a new Customer Information System to more effectively serve Southern California Edison’s 5 million customers.  The modern and agile technology platform will replace over 150 legacy application systems while reducing operating costs and improving customer interactions.

    Miller began her career at SCE in 1988 as a business trainee in the IT department, taking on roles with increasing responsibilities before moving into Customer Service operations in 1995.  She has held several management and executive positions, including director of the company’s Customer Contact Center, the critical link to Edison’s 5 million customers.  In 2006, she established the Enterprise Resource Planning program office that oversaw the largest SAP utility implementation in the country.  As Billing Manager during the California Energy Crisis, she was responsible for implementing historic rate changes while billing and collecting over $9 billion in annual customer revenue.  

    Miller has driven the integration of business processes and technology throughout her career, including expansion of Digital customer interactions and upgrades to the company’s SCE.com web site.  When the California electric industry restructured in 1998, Miller designed new business processes for SCE and spearheaded implementation of the primary metering, billing, and customer- and supplier-interface functions.  She has represented SCE as a witness in several CPUC proceedings and in regulatory and working group forums.

    Miller holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from California State University at Los Angeles and a Master of Science degree in Leadership and Management from the University of La Verne.  

    How has SCE helped supported you through your career?
    I first began working part-time at SCE when I was 19-years old and entering my third year of college at Cal State LA.  In the last 30 years, I’ve had the opportunity to work in over 20 different jobs at SCE.  My leaders and mentors provided guidance, coaching, and feedback for a meaningful career.  The company’s educational reimbursement program helped fund my Master’s degree in Leadership and Management, and I’ve been afforded other enriching training and development programs.

    What do you like most about your team at SCE? 

    My team at SCE is committed to serving our customers well, treating each other with respect and living our company values.  I know that I can count on them 100% and to act with utmost integrity.

  • Southern California Edison Chanel Parson

    Meet a Fairygodboss at Southern California Edison

    • Name

      Chanel Parson

    • Position

      Principal Manager, Safety Strategy and Transformation

      Los Angeles, CA

    Chanel Parson is the Principal Manager for Safety Strategy and Transformation at Southern California Edison.  Her responsibilities include the development and management of an enterprise wide safety strategy for employee, contractor, and public safety, safety governance, communications, business operations, and safety culture transformation.  Through the development and implementation of various initiatives and engagement activities, she is responsible for being the catalyst to transform Edison’s safety culture and improve Edison’s performance in keeping people safe.

    With 13 years of utility experience, Chanel has led teams in training, transmission and distribution operations, project management, regulatory affairs, business support, and safety.

    Chanel has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from UCLA, a Master of Arts in Organizational Behavior and Program Evaluation from Claremont Graduate University, and is completing a Master of Business Administration from UCLA Anderson School of Management.

    How has SCE helped support you through your career?

    SCE has supported me through my career through putting people first.  I’ve had great coaches, mentors, and sponsors in my career to guide me and help with my development.  I’ve had leaders who were understanding, supportive, and encouraging of me pursuing higher education.  I’ve also had leaders who were very supportive during times of personal crisis such as a death in the family, allowing me to focus on family for a moment without feeling guilty about not focusing on work.  In all, SCE has been great at being supportive of me as a person, both in life and career.

    What do you like most about your team at SCE?

    The team I work with at SCE is passionate about the work and motivated to do what is needed to make a difference in peoples’ lives.  They are a diverse team from the perspectives of ethnicity, gender, age, educational background, and professional background, so they bring multiple different perspectives and ideas that shape the direction in which we move forward – ultimately creating better results for the company.

Twitter Updates

What Women Should Know about Working At Southern California Edison
The people here at SCE don't just keep the lights on. The mission is so much bigger. We are fueling the kind of innovation that is changing an entire industry, and quite possibly the planet.

Women are helping advance our mission to create a clean energy future and a better tomorrow. Our commitment to hiring women and advancing their opportunities in our workforce has never been stronger. It’s simple, really - our teams are stronger whenever and wherever women are present.

We ensure our women are provided resources for success such as experience, inclusion, and opportunity. As a company, we have a great opportunity to realize the benefits of the contributions of women. We start with progressive policies and practices in our workplace. Building on this, we also support employee-led efforts like our Women’s Roundtable.

The mission of Women's Roundtable is to empower and promote the personal and professional development of women at SCE. One of 11 resource groups, Women’s Roundtable focuses on bringing women together, building connections, and giving them the opportunity to learn from one another.

Gender diversity statistics

    • Women in workforce
    • 31%
    • Women holding senior management
    • 31%
    • Women directors on board
    • 27%

Programs, initiatives, groups

    • Additional information
      • We have joined the Paradigm for Parity coalition, an association of businesses dedicated to addressing the corporate leadership gender gap. The ultimate goal is to achieve full gender parity in senior roles by 2030.
      • We signed the Obama Administration’s White House Equal Pay Pledge in 2016 to join more than 100 U.S. companies that have vowed to work toward reducing the national gender wage gap.
      • We conduct Inclusive Leadership Workshops that aim to build a culture of inclusion and leverage diversity for higher performance through behaviors promoting inclusive leadership, cultural competency and awareness of unconscious bias.
      • Women’s Roundtable, one of our Employee Resource Groups, along with other women’s networks throughout the organization, provide mentorship and networking opportunities.

Parental Leave

    • Overview: Parental leave policies
    • We offer a Parental Bonding Supplement, which combined with an approved Paid Family Leave claim provides up to 100% of base rate of pay for up to six weeks for parental bonding for the birth, adoption or foster care placement of a new child.
    • Paid maternity leave
    • Yes, 6 weeks
    • Unpaid maternity leave
    • Yes, 12 weeks
    • Paid paternity leave
    • Yes, 6 weeks
    • Unpaid paternity leave
    • Yes, 12 weeks
    • Adoptive paid leave
    • Yes, 6 weeks
    • Short-term disability benefits
    • Yes
    • Additional short-term disability info
    • We offer short-term disability benefits to all full-time, part-time and temporary employees. These benefits begin on the eighth consecutive calendar day of absence for a certified medical condition. Generally, short-term disability benefits are paid at 60 percent of base rate of pay. Employees who have banked annual sick time in an extended illness bank use that time to supplement short-term disability benefits up to 100 percent of base rate of pay. Short-term disability benefits may continue for up to 53 weeks or until the employee is medically released to return to work, whichever comes first.

Maternity-Related Benefits

    • Other benefits information
    • We offer a competitive Total Rewards Package including a wide selection of health plans, preventive health reimbursement, 401(k) savings plan with company match and automatic company contributions, wellness programs and initiatives, tuition reimbursement, competitive vacation/holiday program, professional development, volunteer programs, employee assistance program, philanthropy and matching contribution program, electric service discount, and many other perks!

      Visit our Benefits page to learn more about other benefits offered: https://www.edisoncareers.com/page/show/benefits/
    • Lactation facilities
    • Yes

Care-taking benefits

    • Care-taking benefits information
    • WorkLife Services through Optum designed to make life easier by helping you find referrals for: Caregiver support groups, In-home services such as housekeeping, meal services, night care and transportation, child and elder care, service professionals such as carpenters, care repair shops, caterers, dry cleaners/tailors; electricians, landscapers and translators.

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