The Village of Hyde Park has a unique career opportunity for a strong, experienced, business oriented General Manager. The right individual will be responsible for all aspects of leading this department serving about 1,300 customers under the direction of the Board of Trustees. Responsibilities include planning, directing, and controlling all aspects of operations, services and programs to ensure the safe and efficient provision of services to Utility (electric, water and waste-water) customers and Village governmental functions. These could include grant research and writing, directing and participating in the preparation of Village operating and capital budgets in compliance with local, State and Federal regulations, policies and procedures.
To qualify, you must have strong operational, management, business and financial skills; public power experience; and the ability to work effectively and openly with the community, town government, customers and stockholders; the ability to analyze complex issues and develop relevant and realistic plans, programs and recommendations. You must be willing to work in a changing environment, and be able to adapt to new technology. Skills necessary for this position are a BA in Business, Accounting, or Engineering and ten years of related experience,. The ideal candidate will have proven leadership skills, as well as experience in strategic planning and grant writing.
You will have full responsibility for the full operations and management of the electric, water and waste-water departments. Significant experience in electric utility operations and municipal government is a must. The ability to communicate with a number of diverse constituencies is essential. This is a unique opportunity for the career minded manager.
The Village of Hyde Park offers an attractive salary and benefit package along with an opportunity to grow your career in a vibrant community. The salary range for this position is very competitive - commensurate with experience, education and motivation. To learn more about this position, contact Ellen Burt at (802) 253-7215 or send a resume and salary history, in confidence, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To assist with power restoration, applicant must live within 20 minutes of the district location or be willing to relocate to meet this residency requirement.
EDUCATION: A high school graduate or equivalent preferred. Additional schooling in electricity, lineworker’s training, technical school or mathematics is desired.
EXPERIENCE: Must have a minimum of five (5) years experience in utility line construction, maintenance and operation on multi-phase systems, both overhead and underground. All lineworkers hired after October 1988, must have a lineworker certification in rubber glove methods of performing line work or will be required to satisfactorily complete a Lineworker Training program designed by the Cooperative.
JOB KNOWLEDGE: Must be able to complete forms and reports and work without supervision. Must possess a working knowledge of the construction maintenance and operations of overhead and underground distribution lines including metering, transformers, voltage regulators, oil and electronic reclosers, and capacitors. Must be able to read schematic drawings and instruction manuals. Additional knowledge and skill in performing hot line work with hot sticks desirable.
ABILITIES & SKILLS: Should be skilled in the areas of organizing and planning and should possess an in-depth conceptual and working knowledge of utility regulations as required by state and federal agencies. Must be an effective communicator and hold a valid heavy commercial driver’s license (CDL-A). A Commercial Boating License is required within one year of date of hire. Mechanical aptitude and manual and finger dexterity is necessary. Ability to climb and work on poles and structures is needed.
WORKING CONDITIONS: Must work inside and outside, sometimes under adverse weather conditions and long hours. On call and overtime is required. Occasional overnight travel to attend training sessions or to assist other utilities during major storms is required. Temporary change of base area may be required. Assistance with power restoration efforts is required of all employees. It may be required during regular business hours that employees will be assigned functions to support power restoration and for some employees that may be different from their normal duties. In addition; such assistance may require working nights, weekends and holidays which may involve considerable extra hours. In order to meet this working condition, all employees are required to provide a personal phone number where they may be reached after hours. This number will only be used for internal purposes.
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EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER
The SIEC Board of Directors invites expressions of interest from senior electric utility professionals for the position of General Manager. SIEC, incorporated in 1949, serves about 550 accounts on Swan’s Island and 50 accounts on Long Island. Electricity is provided via submarine cable from the mainland and between the two islands. Both islands are located between Jericho Bay and Blue Hill Bay off the coast of Mount Desert Island home to Acadia National Park. Our cooperative has enjoyed two years of steadily improving financial performance and quality of service. Ongoing and anticipated activities include the implementation of an $800,000 pole replacement program, cost of service study, rate case process before the Maine Public Utilities Commission, and succession planning for long term staff. Salary and benefits are competitive and commensurate with experience and include a housing stipend.
Swan’s Island is located six miles off the coast of Maine and is served by a 17-car, year-round State Ferry with about five round trips per day. The Island enjoys a vibrant lobster fishery and construction / property management industry supporting a significant seasonal population. The year- round population of 350 swells to nearly 1,000 during the summer. Services include a new million dollar library, a modern elementary school K-8, a Nursery School, a year round general store, post office, and new Medical Clinic. Amenities include an annual music festival, an active historical society, visits from Maine’s historic Schooner Fleet, and an authentic Maine Lighthouse undergoing restoration. Visit our SIEC website at http://swansislandelectric.com/home.html.
Please submit your letter of application, resume and three business references to Ed Schwabe, Chairperson SIEC Board of Directors, Swans Island Electric Cooperative, PO Box 14, Swan’s Island, ME 04685 or email: email@example.com
Westfield Gas & Electric is seeking an energetic, active and self motivated individual who enjoys challenging, motivating and leading a specialized group of employees to be a high performing team and enjoys the sense of pride from responding to the needs of a tight-knit community. We are looking for an individual who seeks to make a positive change and improve the overall functions of his/her work area through efficiencies and reduction of waste, and is able to respond in a moment’s notice at all hours of day or night. If you find a sense of accomplishment from knowing you’ve helped others and enjoy being part of a larger community, then you may be just what the WG&E is looking for in their next UTILITY SUPERVISOR. In addition to the typical supervision and managerial duties, this demanding position requires crossover to many other aspects of the functions of WG&E and has a tight integration with the City of Westfield to assist other Departments in managing a variety of tasks outside of traditional utility work.
Westfield Gas & Electric is accepting applications for the position of Utility Supervisor. This is a provisional Civil Service position. This individual is responsible for the coordination, assignment, scheduling and supervision of the activities of WG&E and contract crews to ensure the safe, efficient and sound installation and maintenance of natural gas, electric and telecommunication systems and their related components. He/she must provide both written and verbal input on issues including, but not limited to, safety, personnel, projects, expenses and customer satisfaction. The successful candidate must also have knowledge of federal, state and local codes and procedures as well as the ability to set goals, priorities and lead projects to completion.
Qualifications must include:
- Demonstrated strong supervisory, project management, planning and administrative skills.
- Knowledge of principles, practices, methods, safety measures, tools and equipment used in the installation, repair and testing of
- Gas mains and services up to 90 psig
- Electric distribution systems up to 25KV
- Fiber-based telecommunication systems
- Experience interfacing with customers.
- Excellent personal computer skills and proficiency with common business applications.
- Excellent written and verbal English communication skills and be capable of interpreting technical drawings and instructions.
- Ability to work flexible hours and respond to emergency events after business hours.
- MUST possess a valid Class B driver’s license or the ability to obtain within six months of appointment.
- MUST successfully pass a Criminal Background Check.
- MUST successfully pass a pre-employment drug screening and physical aptitude test.
An attractive wage and benefits package is associated with this position. Relocation services are not provided.
Qualified candidates are requested to complete an application found online at www.wgeld.org under “About Us” and return, along with resume and cover letter by Friday, May 31, 2013 to:
Westfield Gas and Electric
P.O. Box 990
Westfield, MA 01086-0990
Attn: Human Resources
Please, no phone calls.
Electric utility is seeking highly skilled candidates for First Class Lineman. Applicants must be a H.S. graduate with 4 years experience as a second class lineman in electric line construction and maintenance. Also, must be experienced with energized 13,800 volt equipment and must be able to work extended periods of time off the ground and under conditions requiring extreme care. Hourly rate: $35.92 to $39.91 (wages under negotiation), plus an excellent fringe benefits package. The closing date for applications is May 10, 2013 or the date we receive the fiftieth (50) application whichever occurs first. Apply: Personnel Department, Town of Wallingford, 45 South Main Street, Wallingford, CT 06492, (203) 294-2080, Fax: (203) 294-2084. EOE.
The Paxton Municipal Light Department is accepting applications for the position of Working Line Foreman. The successful candidate will supervise line and meter personnel involved in the maintenance of the electric utility, including writing job orders, providing instruction, assigning and reviewing work, scheduling long and short-term projects (i.e. maintenance and construction-related) and evaluating performance of work unit. Provide reports on operational and budgetary matters through submitted reports and visual inspections.
Experience requires thorough knowledge of electric construction standards, practices and procedures for electric distribution power systems and regulatory compliance mandates. The job requires a thorough understanding of overhead and underground Line construction methods, estimating and industry standards regarding line capabilities, transformers and conductors.
Please submit resume with salary requirements to Paxton Municipal Light Department, 578 Pleasant Street, Paxton, MA 01612, Attn: Gregory D. DeStasi, General Manager or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Peabody Municipal Light Plant is conducting a search for qualified applicants interested in joining the management team of our Distribution Division. Under the direction of the Superintendent of Electric Distribution, this position directs construction and maintenance activities for the entire division; supervises non-exempt employees in the performance of their duties and administers construction, maintenance and labor contracts. In addition to three (3) to five (5) years of proven managerial experience, the ideal candidate should possess a minimum of five (5) years experience working on electric utility distribution systems using line construction tools and techniques. A minimum of three (3) years experience working on energized primary distribution circuits is also required. Must possess or be able to acquire and maintain a valid Class B Massachusetts Driver’s License, a Massachusetts Hoisting License Grade 1B and pass a DOT Medical Examination, within six (6) months of hire. The annual salary range is $84,179-$104,711 plus benefits. The Peabody Municipal Light Plant services approximately 25,000 customers in Peabody and South Lynnfield and is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Interested applicants should contact Glenn Trueira, Peabody Municipal Light Plant, 201 Warren Street Ext., Peabody, MA 01960, 978.531.5975 or by email to email@example.com.
The PMLP is accepting applications for the position of Junior Electrical Engineer. The successful candidate should have engineering knowledge and experience involving the design, operation and maintenance of electric distribution systems. The Junior Engineer will be responsible for writing job orders and coordinating projects involving residential and commercial/industrial developments. A minimum of two years of directly related experience is preferred. A BSEE Degree is also required. The PMLP offers an excellent salary/benefit package. The annual salary range is from $69,018 to $85,915. The PMLP services approximately 25,000 customers in Peabody and South Lynnfield and is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Interested applicants should submit resumes to Glenn Trueira, Manager, Peabody Municipal Light Plant, 201 Warren Street Extension, Peabody MA, 01960 or send to firstname.lastname@example.org, or fax to (978)-531-5476
Reports To: General Manager
Hours: full time; 8 hours / day; all working days except national holidays
1. $30-35/ hour base rate up to 8 hours/day and/or 40 hours/week.
2. Hours in excess of 40 hours/week and emergency call out hours outside of normal business hours shall be paid at 1.5 x base rate
- health insurance (family or individual)
- housing stipend @ $500/month
- retirement saving plan
- moving stipend
- 2 weeks paid vacation time (carries over year to year up to maximum of 3 weeks on anniversary date)
- 1 week paid sick leave – accumulates to 4 weeks; not convertible into cash at end of contract
- Plan, schedule & supervise all SIEC field activities;
- Serve as primary emergency response person; receive all outage calls; manage and implement emergency response;
- Ensure that field personnel are equipped and trained properly for the tasks assigned;
- Advise the Manager of tasks permitted to be performed and under what conditions by field personnel;
- Willing and able to travel by fishing boat between islands;
- Perform energized line work up to 7.2kV,
- Schedule, perform and manage crews doing right of way clearing,
- Manage inventory & maintain adequate stocks for normal and emergency response;
- Stake out pole replacements, close out work orders;
- Test meters & train staff in use of testing equipment;
- Schedule and manage a small work force of 3-4 part-time line and meter employees;
- Schedule and perform/contract out equipment maintenance on fleet of 2 bucket trucks, augur truck, chipper, 2 pickup trucks;
- Monitor outside contractors performing infrastructure improvements;
- Timesheet preparation for all field personnel; tracking of materials used on works orders and assignment of cost codes;
- Customer relations and interaction skills within a small, rural community is essential;
- Be courteous and professional in your interactions with customers & vendors;
- Track and schedule safety testing of all equipment (for example: rubber gloves, di-electric testing of trucks/hot sticks)
- Conduct safety briefings with field personnel per OSHA regulations;
- Attend SIEC-sponsored training;
- Other duties as assigned considered usual and customary for a line superintendent / first class line worker consistent with Maine utility practice. Specific additional assignments to be determined in collaboration with the General Manager.
- The most competitive candidates will have a minimum 10 years experience as first class line worker and/or line superintendent employed by regulated electric public utility;
- Candidates must have, or demonstrate the ability to obtain within 6 months of hire, a current Maine Commercial Driver’s License with Airbrake Endorsement and full compliance with all DOT substance/drug requirements are conditions of employment;
- Familiarity with the Rural Utility Service (RUS) technical standards and NEC / NESC codes is a plus;
Please submit your letter of application, resume, copies of certifications and three business references to Tom McAloon, Manager, Swans Island Electric Cooperative, PO Box 14, Swan’s Island, ME 04685 or email email@example.com.
The Houlton Water Company (HWC) is seeking either an experienced or apprentice line worker. Experience will be considered a positive. We do offer an apprentice training program. The selected candidate shall be required to live within 12 miles of Houlton. Must be a high school graduate, have good reading and math skills, mechanical aptitude, and the ability to work safely. Must have a safe driving record and a class B State of Maine drivers license or the ability to obtain one within one year of hire date. Must be capable of working at high elevations and in adverse weather conditions. The position is usually a day job (7:00 am- 4:00 pm, 5 days a week) but also requires working overtime, holidays, weekends, and nights. Salary is reflective of experience and technical knowledge. Applications forms are available at the HWC 21 Bangor St. office, Ph# 207-532-2350. Closing date for submittal of application is noon, Friday 4/26/13.
Submit application in a sealed envelope to: Houlton Water Company, Lineman,
P.O Box 726, 21Bangor Street, Houlton, Maine 04730.
HWC is an equal opportunity /affirmative action employer
The Board of Commissioners of Hardwick Electric Department invite applications for the position of General Manager. The current GM will be retiring mid-year 2013. This is a unique career opportunity for a strong, experienced and well-rounded General Manager who is ready for another career challenge, or senior staff ready to step into the Manager role.
Hardwick Electric Department is a financially sound, wholly owned subsidiary of The Town of Hardwick, Vermont. The electric distribution and generating utility provides service over 300 miles of line in all or part of 9 rural Vermont towns, covering 270 square miles. The Department serves 4,300 meters of which 75 percent are residential, just under 15 percent are seasonal, and slightly over 10 percent are commercial or light industrial. It has 12 employees (4 administrative & 7 electric workers) and annual revenue of slightly over $5.5M. The plant investment of $4.3M, includes a dam and hydroelectric generating plant. The Department is a member of Vermont Public Power Supply Authority (VPPSA)
The candidate will have full responsibility for the operations and management of the utility. The Commissioners are looking for a proven leader with high integrity and demonstrated career achievements. The individual must have strong operational, management, business and financial skills; extensive electric utility experience; the ability to work effectively and openly with the community, town government and customers; and the ability to analyze complex issues and develop relevant and realistic plans, programs and recommendations. Strong oral/written communication and people skills are required. The candidate will be competent at building consensus and will possess strategic, “out of the box” thinking. Position requires at least five years experience at the senior management level. Knowledge in the areas of financial and risk management, wholesale power, strategic planning, technology, board relations, and rate structures will be valuable. Must have a four-year college degree in Business, Accounting or Engineering.
Hardwick Electric Department’s office is located in Hardwick, Vermont 30 miles north of Vermont’s capital, Montpelier. The Hardwick area is the gateway to that pristine corner of Vermont known as the Northeast Kingdom. Here, a distinctly New England way of life has been preserved. Residents still frequent general stores, town meetings, seasonal festivals and church suppers. Many make a living operating businesses out of their homes and by farming, logging, and sugaring. Residents and tourists alike enjoy outdoor activities including hunting, fishing, boating, scenic drives, and county fairs. Area school districts offer a quality secondary education. Post-secondary opportunities are plentiful and include the University of Vermont, 70 miles away in Burlington, and several private, nonprofit colleges within 100 miles.
The Department offers a comprehensive benefits package and a salary structure commensurate with qualifications and representative of the market. All applications must be received by April 15, 2013. Finalists will be contacted by May 15th,2013. Please provide electronically: 1) a cover letter, 2) a two to three page resume, 3) at least three professional references or letters of recommendation (with contact information), and 4) salary expectations to:
Jessica Foster, Human Resources
Reading (MA) Municipal Light Department has unique opportunity for a strong, experienced, business oriented General Manager. The right individual will be responsible for all aspects of leading this 75 employee department serving over 29,000 customers in four communities, with electrical revenues in excess of $82 million. To qualify, you must have strong financial, operational and management skills; industry knowledge; and the ability to work effectively and with transparency, with town government, citizen groups, customers and employees.
This is a unique opportunity for the career minded manager. You will be responsible for developing and presenting an annual and capital budget, recommend electricity rates, ensure reliable delivery of electric power, ensure a diversified energy portfolio including renewable energy sources, and developing short and long-term strategic plans. Operational oversight over all aspects of the business includes union negotiating, monitoring the power supply market and executing power supply purchases.
The ideal candidates must have significant experience in leading an electrical utility with a minimum of 10 years experience at a senior management level. Industry experience should include technical understanding of all aspects of an electrical utility, union and contract negotiations and strategic planning. Municipal experience is a plus. A Bachelors degree is required and a Masters degree is preferred.
The next General Manager will enjoy the opportunity to work in an attractive community, close to downtown Boston, with a supportive town government and an experienced workforce.
Reading offers an attractive salary and a comprehensive benefit package along with an opportunity to grow your career in a vibrant community. To learn more about this position, call Rick Dacri, Dacri & Associates Executive Search, at 207-967-0837 or send a resume and salary history, in confidence, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reading Municipal Light Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer
NEPPA is currently looking to add to its contract instructors. We are seeking both Safety and Technical Instructors. These positions are part-time, based on scheduling needs and individual availability. They include travel, which is reimbursed. A qualified Safety trainer will have crew experience, general knowledge of industry safety standards and procedures, be comfortable speaking in front of groups and have the ability to manage a classroom. A qualified Technical Trainer will have a background or education in engineering for electric utilities, general knowledge of industry technical standards, be comfortable speaking in front of groups and have the ability to manage a classroom. Instructors will be trained on NEPPA’s classes/content and presentations. Instructors are required to adhere to prescribed curriculum. If interested, please contact Steve Socoby (978)-540-2204 or email: email@example.com
A full time I.T. opening exists to assist the I.T. Manager with the day-to-day operations of the Peabody Municipal Light Plant’s (PMLP) technology infrastructure and support systems. The candidate will provide technical support for users, help with systems and database administration duties, troubleshoot various I.T. systems in a UNIX, Windows, and SQL environment, help maintain the PMLP’s Exchange Email system, and be the first line of support for PMLP’s Business Financial Management Systems. The candidate will also assist in maintaining the corporate website www.pmlp.com. Reporting to the Light Department I.T. Manager, the successful candidate will be an understudy to the I.T. Manager in order to successfully act as a backup staff member in cases of emergency. The candidate will also assist with budget preparation and recommendations, I.T. policies and procedures, office desktop computers and operating systems, copiers and printers, building security badge system, anti-virus systems, data backup systems, and help maintain vendor relations.
Bachelor’s degree required in a related field, or equivalent 4 year degree with three years recent experience with hardware, desktop support, Microsoft server administration, repair and maintenance. Valid Driver’s License required.
Salary range is $60,490 - $75,177, plus benefits. PMLP is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. Resumes accepted at the PMLP Office, attention: Glenn Trueira, 201 Warren Street Extension, Peabody, MA 01960, or firstname.lastname@example.org or fax 978-531-5476.
Overall P&L responsibility for HG&E’s Telecommunications division. Manages enterprise and commercial telecommunications activities including, Engineering, Operations, Sales and Marketing. Responsible for developing and managing strategic plans, operating plans, division budgets, and periodic management reports. Responsible for research, feasibility analysis, and business plan development and implementation for the sale of fiber optic, broadband, wireless, network maintenance, and other telecommunication services. Provide leadership to 12 division IT and Sales personnel through coaching, feedback, development goals, and performance management. Reports directly to Department Manager. Performs other duties as required or assigned.
Go to www.hged.com/employment for complete position announcement.
Successful candidate must be able to pass pre-employment physical, drug screening, MA driver license, and criminal background check. Starting salary is dependant upon experience and qualifications. Please send cover letter, resume and application electronically to City of Holyoke Gas & Electric Department, Terry Sweeney, Human Resources, 99 Suffolk Street, Holyoke, MA 01040, TSweeney@hged.com. City of Holyoke Gas and Electric Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities and Females are encouraged to apply. Working Safely is a condition of employment at HG&E. No Phone Calls or Agencies please.
A full time, management opening exists to manage the BMLD’s use of Information Technology Systems and to provide technical direction for integrating and aligning technology with planned .objectives. Develops, maintains and troubleshoots various IT systems in a UNIX, Windows, and SQL environment. Reporting to the Light Department General Manager the successful candidate will develop and maintain business plans for the IT infrastructure, prepares budgetary recommendations and IT policies and procedures for the General Manager review. Will maintain all Network switches, servers, office desktop computers, copiers and firewall like devices, as well as administration for e-mail and Cogsdale Financial System.
Requires a B.S. in Computer Science, Information Technology or related field with three years of immediate past experience in desktop and server computer systems installation, repair and maintenance. Valid Drivers License and Microsoft A+ hardware and software certification required.
Salary range is $65,296 to a midpoint of $78,356 based on qualifications and experience, plus benefits.
Resumes accepted at the Town of Belmont Human Resources Office, 455 Concord Ave, Belmont, MA 02478, or email@example.com or fax 617-993-2741 by September 17, 2012. .
Reliable, detail-oriented person needed in a fast-paced, team-oriented office to perform a variety of customer billing functions and data entry. Primary duties of the position include telephone receptionist, billing and collection functions, data entry, and clerical support. Excellent customer service skills required. High school diploma with emphasis on business courses and two years’ experience in an office environment or an associate’s degree in business required. Knowledge of Microsoft Office preferred.
Submit cover letter and resume to WEC, PO Box 8, E. Montpelier, VT 05651 or by email at JobApp@wec.coop by September 13. No phone calls please. E.O.E.
Barton Village is seeking applications for a First Class Lineman; this position offers competitive wage and insurance benefits. The applicant must meet the following requirements, high school diploma or its equivalent, must have a valid Vermont CDL license, a minimum of five years experience as an electric utility worker, and a current CPR certification. Also required are proficiency in the use of “hot line” tools and a working knowledge of the National Safety code.
Applications can be obtain at the Barton Village Office, or by contacting Barton Village, 17 Village Square, Barton, Vermont 05822, Phone # 802-525-4747. Applications will be taken until this position is filled.
The Town of Marblehead, Massachusetts has an immediate opening for a Manager of Technical Operations.
This position is a full time, non union, exempt professional position at the MMLD, reporting directly to the General Manager.
The Manager of Technical Operations will assist the GM in the daily operations of the Light Department. Primary responsibilities include oversight of daily internal operations; perform the duties of the engineer for distribution, generation, and stations, maintain environmental and NERC/FERC type compliance, work in conjunction with customer service and distribution managers, supervise meter department personnel, and project management. The MTO will provide the leadership to plan, implement, and evaluate operations going forward, continue staff development and training; ensure safety of operations; and be a continual supporter of the excellent service to our customers that MMLD is known for.
Requires a Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering, or a related field; plus five to ten years of experience in planning and management of electrical utility operations/projects, experience in supervision of crews desired. A valid Mass Driver’s license required. Salary is commensurate with background and experience. MMLD has a full benefit package.
To apply send cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to Jay Anderson, Marblehead Light Department PO Box 369, Marblehead, MA 01945 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The North Attleboro Electric Department is seeking a Substation and Operations Technician. The successful candidate will be responsible for the day-to-day maintenance, installation and operation of electric equipment within the NAED substation as well as maintain electrical data from meters and other recording devices. Prepare and update substation and distribution records and reports. Operate and maintain SCADA system. Operate main and distribution circuit breakers. Execute switching orders. Operate all departmental equipment, vehicles and tools. Maintain work area, vehicles and tools. Additional responsibilities include building, fleet and facilities operation.
High School Diploma or equivalent with 3-5 years of related experience. Certifications that must be maintained include Class C contractor’s license, CDL Class A, First Aid/CPR, Hoisting, Journeyman Electrician or similar experience and Substation maintenance desired.
Submit cover letter along with a resume and/or employment application by Friday, July 27, 2012, in confidence to:
Office of the General Manager, c/o Janine Newman
North Attleborough Electric Department , 275 Landry Avenue, North Attleborough, MA
Or email to: email@example.com
Under general supervision, an employee in this class performs skilled work in the installation, maintenance and repair of an electric power distribution system within a utilities district. Said employee may work independently or in a crew depending on the complexity of the task, except that the incumbent will not work on energized lines exceeding 5,000 volts except when accompanied by a higher-level mechanic.
Participates in setting poles, stringing lines and cables and installing commercial and domestic electric service and equipment; installs and blocks meters; reads meters; changes street lights; splices cable; participates in the construction of new distribution lines, the repair and maintenance of existing lines and services and the installation and repair of transformers, regulators, panel boards, traffic signals, switch gear and related equipment.
This is a civil service position defined by Suffolk County Civil Service Title No, 7688. For a full description of duties, qualifications, required knowledge, skill and experience, as defined by Civil Service, see:
Questions regarding these positions should be directed to the Director of Utilities, John W. Naylor, Jr., P.E, at:
Potential applicants wishing to apply for this position should submit resumes to:
Office of the Village Clerk
Village of Greenport
236 Third Street
Greenport, New York 11944
Women, minorities and persons with disabilities are highly encouraged to apply
BURLINGTON Electric Department (BED) is seeking to fill a full-time “Senior Distribution Engineer” position that is responsible for the design of distribution system upgrades, improvements and expansions.
he Burlington Electric Department (BED) was formed in 1905 and is Vermont’s largest municipally owned electric utility serving more than 19,600 customers. BED is the exclusive provider of electric service to the City of Burlington, an area of approximately 16 square miles, and the Burlington International Airport in South Burlington.
The ideal candidate will possess a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering and a minimum of 10 years experience in Electrical Utility Engineering along with the ability to obtain a Professional Engineer (PE) certification by the State of Vermont.
The salary range for this position is between $74,611/yr to $122,575/yr, depending on experience.
For a complete job description and City of Burlington Application visit our website at www.hrjobs.ci.burlington.vt.us or contact Human Resources at 802/865-7145. If interested send a resume, cover letter and a completed City of Burlington Application immediately to: Human Resources Department, 179 South Winooski Avenue, Burlington, VT 05401. EOE.
BURLINGTON Electric Department (BED) is seeking to fill a full-time “Senior Distribution Engineer” position that is responsible for the design of distribution system upgrades, improvements and expansions. Women, minorities and persons with disabilities are highly encouraged to apply.
The Burlington Electric Department (BED) was formed in 1905 and is Vermont’s largest municipally owned electric utility serving more than 19,600 customers. BED is the exclusive provider of electric service to the City of Burlington, an area of approximately 16 square miles, and the Burlington International Airport in South Burlington.
The ideal candidate will possess a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering and a minimum of 10 years experience in Electrical Utility Engineering along with the ability to obtain a Professional Engineer (PE) certification by the State of Vermont.The salary range for this position is between $72,114/yr to $118,473/yr, depending on experience.
For a complete job description and City of Burlington Application visit our website at www.hrjobs.ci.burlington.vt.us or contact Human Resources at 802/865-7145. If interested send a resume, cover letter and a completed City of Burlington Application immediately to: Human Resources Department, 131 Church Street, Burlington, VT 05401. EOE.