The California Independent System Operator (ISO) manages the flow of electricity and maintains reliability across the high-voltage, long-distance power lines that make up 80 percent of California's power grid. We safeguard the economy and well-being of 30 million Californians by operating the grid reliably 24/7. The ISO works diligently around the clock to meet the electricity needs of consumers, while increasing the amount of renewable energy to usher in the clean, green grid of the future. The electricity industry includes utilities, private power plant owners and state and federal agencies, each playing a distinct role. While utilities own transmission assets, the ISO controls the routing of electrons, maximizing transmission system efficiency and generation resources, and supervising maintenance of the lines. The ISO is charged with ensuring the safe and reliable transportation of electricity on the power grid. As the impartial grid operator, it has no financial interest in any individual segment ensuring fair and transparent access to nearly 26,000 circuit miles on networked transmission lines and market transactions. As the nerve center for the power grid, the ISO matches buyers and sellers of electricity, facilitating over 28,000 market transactions every day to ensure enough power is on hand to meet demand. The ISO operates day-ahead and real-time energy markets that select the most efficient mix and location of resources to meet the needs of serving load within California and a small portion of Nevada. The ISO also operates the Western Energy Imbalance Market (EIM) that provides real-time energy market services to the majority of the Western interconnected grid. The Western EIM has provided more than $1.2 billion in benefits since it began in 2014. The California ISO is committed to the health, safety, and work/life integration of its employees, and is proud to offer flexible work arrangements. This position would be eligible to participate in a remote work capacity, but requires the ability to commute in as needed, estimated at 1 to 2 times per month. Relocation assistance to the area is available.