Glasgow Electric Plant Board (GEPB) is looking to hire an Electric Power Distribution Engineer. As part of a team of 46 employees, the Distribution Engineer provides engineering services to support the planning, construction, operation, and maintenance of the Glasgow Electric Plant Board’s substation, distribution, and sub-transmission systems. This position reports to the Superintendent.
The Glasgow EPB is looking for an individual that wants to be a part of a team and serve their community. Glasgow EPB delivers electricity, cable, and broadband services to over 7,600 individuals, businesses, and industries in the City of Glasgow, Kentucky. The typical work week is 5 days a week, 8 hours a day at our office located at 100 Mallory Drive, Glasgow, Kentucky 42141.
Qualifications for this Distribution Engineer position include:
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering (BSEE)
Minimum 2 years experience
Distribution design and construction experience
Distribution system protection coordination experience
Experience writing and executing switching orders
Supervisory experience a plus
Valid driver’s license
This position offers a competitive wage and exceptional benefits. Benefits include but are not limited to health, dental, vision insurance, retirement plan, paid time off, tuition reimbursement, uniform allowance, employee assistance programs, and flexible spending account.
Apply today at www.glasgowepb.com/careers. All applications must be submitted through our website. Glasgow Electric Plant Board is an equal-opportunity provider and employer.
GEPB is a dynamic municipal power/broadband system that is one of the 153 TVA local power company distributors. GEPB serves over 7,500 electric customers and over 6,800 cable television and high-speed internet customers, as well as dozens of fiber customers in Glasgow, Kentucky, and the surrounding county. GEPB has 44 employees and revenues of over $35 million per year.
GEPB’s mission is “To provide the highest quality electric power, cable television and other telecommunications services at costs which make them practical and improve the standard of living for all the people of Glasgow.” Therefore, a successful candidate needs to be able to communicate effectively with a diverse customer base, board members, local elected officials, media, as well as with GEPB team members, using various media outlets. Candidate must be a proven leader of great integrity with strong management, mentoring and team building experience. Candidate must have strong business acumen reflecting the candidate’s ability to grasp complex electric power, cable television, and broadband services industries’ general business practices and their impact on the community.