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Art Chavez

Sr. Supervisor Customer Field Operations, ComEd

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with family and volunteering with non-profit organizations.​​​


About ​​Art

Tell us about your job at Exelon.

I am a Senior Supervisor in AMI Deployment at ComEd. I oversee 53 employees whose duties include the installation of the Smart Meters to provide our customers with more efficient options of their energy use.

What made you want to work for Exelon?

Exelon has a reputation for being a world class corporation. As an employee, I know this statement to be true. The support we receive from the executives is superb. Every year Exelon keeps receiving highly coveted industry awards. As a military veteran, I am proud of Exelon’s achievements in the military community.

What do you like most about working for Exelon?

I love Exelon’s standard of excellence. Even though Exelon is the leader in the energy industry, we have a culture of a never-ending pursuit of even more innovative ideas to better serve our customers.

Are you part of any Exelon Employee Resource Groups?

I am the current president of E-MAC (Exelon- Militaries Actively Connected) which represents the military veterans employed, recruited and retired from Exelon, as well as their families and friends. I am also an member of OLE (Organization of Latinos at Exelon), and participate in different activities and events sponsored by our sister ERG’s. What I love about ERGs is the platform they provide employees within the company to make our voices heard and to work with local communities to give back through sponsoring and volunteering.

What activities do you participate in outside of work?

I am involved with several non-profits such as Make A Wish, American Legion, Marine Corps League, Parent Teacher Organizations and few more. I have served not only a volunteer, but also as a board member for several nonprofits and helped them organize fundraising and recruitment events. I love being ​able to give back to local communities, military veteran communities and great causes.​



A Day in the Life

Wonder what this job may be l​ike day-to-day? Look below to find out.

5:00 AM
I have about an hour commute. I listen to news radio or an audio book.
6:00 AM​
I begin by reviewing the daily installation order route sheets and appointment reports. Route sheets are then distributed to my 53 technicians and 5 dock workers. I like to start my day with a clean email inbox.
6:30 AM
Two, separate, back-to-back morning safety huddles, one with the 6:30 AM shift, and one with the 7:00 AM shift. I take attendance, communicate the safety topic of the day, review our plans for the day, and discuss any questions or concerns.​
8:00 AM
Time for administrative duties, because most of my day is typically spent out in the field.
8:30 AM
Drive to appointments and scheduled visits. These may include quality and safety audits on my technicians, customer visits, or pre-job site walk downs with the planning department.
12:30 PM
During my lunch break, I like to scan through emails, handle Employee Resource Group related issues, read the day's analyst reports, and/or review materials for my afternoon meetings.
1:00 PM
Continue with field visits.​
2:30 PM
Start heading back to the office where I’ll gather technician productivity data for the day and create an End of Day report.
3:10 PM
My technicians start returning to the office. I collect their data and make sure dock workers help unload and reload vehicles properly in preparation for the next day’s scheduled work.
5:00 PM
I submit my End of Day report electronically, check email one last time, and review my calendar for tomorrow. Then I head home, unwinding with my audio book.