Princeton Public Utilities is looking for a leader with electrical experience to lead, motivate, and oversee our electrical distribution team and help the organization achieve strategic goals as well as individual project success. The Electric Superintendent, along with the Water Superintendent, is part of the Senior Leadership team at Princeton Public Utilities and reports to the General Manager. In addition to leading a strong, cohesive team, the Electric Superintendent will be responsible for managing projects, maintaining budgets, and building relationships with customers. The ideal candidate will be a natural leader that can combine the skills of staff management, field supervision, and budget and reporting.
Princeton Public Utilities offers competitive pay with vacation and holidays, health insurance, and PERA eligibility.
For more details go to www.princetonutilities.com. Email resume, cover letter and salary requirements to email@example.com or submit to Princeton Public Utilities, P.O. Box 218, Princeton MN 55371. Posted: September 24th, 2019 Application Closes: October 28th, 2019
Desired Education and Experience
Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:
Education: Equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in electrical construction and design, transformer operations and wiring, or a related field
Experience: Ten (10) years of increasingly responsible electric and/or utility experience, including five (5) years of administrative and supervisory responsibility
The position requires the successful applicant to participate in a random Federal DOT drug and alcohol screening process
Pass a utility physical examination and be able to perform essential job functions
Must have, or obtain within six months of employment or assignment to this position, a valid American Red Cross First Aid card or equivalent and Flagging and Traffic Control training
Must have, or obtain within six months of employment or assignment to this position, a valid Minnesota State driver's license with Commercial Class A and air brake endorsements
Employees moving from out of state must obtain a Minnesota State license in accordance with Minnesota State law
Must have a reasonably clean and safe driving record
Must wear and utilize personal protective equipment, an associated clothing, boots, gloves, etc as furnished by the utility
Must work during emergency situations and prearranged overtime
Must live within the established residency boundaries. (30 Minute response time.)