Careers at IMPA and Our Member Utilities

Careers at IMPA and Our Member Utilities


A variety of career opportunities currently exist at IMPA and in our member communities.
 

IMPA

Business and Risk Analyst
Generation Engineer
Marketing Specialist
Market Operations Coordinator
Mechanical Maintenance & Equipment Operator

Safety Manager



 

Member Communities

Crawfordsville Electric Light and Power - Controller
Thorntown Utility Department - Lineman
Anderson Municipal Light & Power - Line Supervisor
Anderson Municipal Light & Power - Substation Supervisor
Paoli - Electric Lineman
Peru - Certified Journeyman or Advanced Apprentice Lineworker
Washington - Wastewater Superintendent/Class III Operator
Dublin - Town Superintendent
Columbia City - Groundsman
Columbia City - Journeyman Lineman
Columbia City - Street/Sewer Laborer

Tell City Electric Department - Technical Services Foreman

Troy Utilities - Utility Worker
City of Frankfort - Lineman
Town of Edinburgh - Journeyman Lineworker
Lebanon Utilities - Journeyman Lineworker
Lebanon Utilities - Lineworker Apprentice
Greendale Utilities - Lineman
Tipton Utilities - Journeyman Line Worker





















 
IMPA - Business and Risk Analyst
The Indiana Municipal Power Agency is a not-for-profit, wholesale electric generation and transmission company located in Carmel, Indiana. At IMPA, we support 61 communities in Indiana and Ohio through providing low-cost, reliable, and environmentally responsible electricity, as well as a variety of other services to help in the overall success of each town or city.
 
Our team is seeking a detail-oriented Business & Risk Analyst to provide support to our IMPA’s Rates & Planning team.
 
What You’ll Bring to the Table:
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Engineering, Applied Economics, Industrial Management, or a related field.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Proficiency in computer technology and Microsoft Office applications, particularly Excel.
  • Excellent writing and editing skills.
  • Strong organizational and communication skills.
 
What You’ll Be Doing or Helping With:
  • Performing analysis, coordinating projects and reporting on our business and risk related projects.
  • Assisting with planning activities, including our long-term load forecasts, and running our various planning and market models.
  • Assisting with our annual rate study and monthly member billings.
  • Working with our members to perform tracker analysis.
  • Providing analysis and reporting on MISO and PJM activities.
 
What We’re Excited to Share with You:
  • Excellent benefits package including family health, dental and vision insurance, 401(k) plan, paid time off, and a competitive salary.
  • Tuition reimbursement and a wide range of development opportunities.
  • Wellness reimbursements.
  • A collaborative and supportive team that is eager to help you succeed.
 
Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply by e-mail at careers@impa.com or to: Human Resources, Indiana Municipal Power Agency, 11610 North College Avenue, Carmel, IN 46032.



















 
IMPA - Generation Engineer
The Indiana Municipal Power Agency is a not-for-profit, wholesale electric generation and transmission company located in Carmel, Indiana. At IMPA, we support 61 communities in Indiana and Ohio through providing low-cost, reliable, and environmentally responsible electricity, as well as a variety of other services to help in the overall success of each town or city.
 
Our team is seeking a detail-oriented individual to assist with the reporting, engineering, and analysis of the operation and maintenance of our generation resources. These resources include a combination of natural gas, coal and solar.  This full-time position will work with our generation team and will be based in our Carmel office.
 
What You’ll Bring to the Table:
  • A Bachelor’s degree in engineering or engineering technology, electrical or mechanical preferred.
  • Some experience in plant operations, maintenance and/or environmental compliance work in a utility environment is a plus.
  • Previous experience or an interest in learning about power generation electrical and control systems or power generation mechanics.
  • Strong organizational, business software, and interpersonal skills.
  • The ability to travel to our generating facilities, primarily within the state of Indiana and periodically overnight.
 
What You’ll Be Doing:
  • Monitoring and preparing reports on our jointly owned generating units.
  • Assisting with the operations and engineering of our owned and operated generating units.
  • Ensuring operations are consistent with our environmental permits and regulations
  • Assist with coordinating the maintenance programs and projects for the generating units to ensure resources are available to meet our member requirements.
  • Help develop our annual operation & maintenance and capital budgets and projections.
  • Assist with planning for major outages for our generation units.
 
What We’re Excited to Share with You:
  • Excellent benefits package including family health, dental and vision insurance, 401(k) plan, paid time off, and a competitive salary.
  • Tuition reimbursement and a wide range of development opportunities.
  • Wellness reimbursements.
  • A collaborative and supportive team that is eager to help you succeed.
 
Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply by e-mail at careers@impa.com or to: Human Resources, Indiana Municipal Power Agency, 11610 North College Avenue, Carmel, IN 46032.



















 
IMPA - Marketing Specialist
The Indiana Municipal Power Agency is a not-for-profit, wholesale electric generation and transmission company located in Carmel, Indiana. At IMPA, we support 61 communities in Indiana and Ohio through providing low-cost, reliable, and environmentally responsible electricity, as well as a variety of other services to help in the overall success of each town or city.
 
Our team is seeking a creative and dynamic Marketing Specialist to design and deliver marketing materials and programs to support and build awareness of IMPA and its 61 members. This is a full-time position that will be a part of IMPA’s Marketing Department.
 
What You’ll Bring to the Table:
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing, Communications, Graphic Design, Media Arts, English, or a related field.
  • Deep understanding of digital marketing and production.
  • Knowledge of delivering effective and innovative digital campaigns.
  • Excellent writing and editing skills.
  • Strong organizational, interpersonal, and public speaking skills.
  • The ability to travel at least 25% of the time, primarily within the state of Indiana and periodically overnight.
 
What You’ll Be Doing:
  • Planning and executing digital marketing programs and campaigns, including online advertising, social media, and deliverables.
  • Measuring the analytics and metrics of IMPA’s digital presence with the overall goal of growth.
  • Designing and creating marketing content and materials for IMPA and its member communities.
  • Assisting in the development and implementation of various IMPA events, workshops and presentations.
 
What We’re Excited to Share with You:
  • Excellent benefits package including family health, dental and vision insurance, 401(k) plan, paid time off, and a competitive salary.
  • Tuition reimbursement and a wide range of development opportunities.
  • Wellness reimbursements.
  • A collaborative and supportive team that is eager to help you succeed.
 
Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply by e-mail at careers@impa.com or to: Human Resources, Indiana Municipal Power Agency, 11610 North College Avenue, Carmel, IN 46032.


















 
IMPA – Market Operations Coordinator
The Indiana Municipal Power Agency is a not-for-profit, wholesale electric generation and transmission company located in Carmel, Indiana. At IMPA, we support 61 communities in Indiana and Ohio through providing low-cost, reliable, and environmentally responsible electricity, as well as a variety of other services to help in the overall success of each town or city.
 
We are seeking a detail-oriented person to join our market operations team to help schedule and coordinate our generation resources.  This is a full-time position which includes a training period of approximately 6 months and leads into a 12-hour rotating shift work schedule.  The schedule includes a monthly day-to-night rotation and a two week relief shift that includes five eight-hour days each week.
 
What You’ll Bring to the Table:
  • Your Bachelor’s Degree in business, economics, engineering, technology or a related field.
  • An interest in developing weather and solar forecasts to help determine our member electric load requirements.
  • A desire to learn about the energy markets and how to forecast natural gas needs.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Proficiency in Excel and other Microsoft Office applications.
  • A desire to be part of a small, cohesive team that works to provide the lowest cost power supply for IMPA members.
 
What You’ll Be Learning and Doing:
  • Scheduling and coordinating generation with MISO and PJM in the energy markets.
  • Developing weather forecasts for our load areas to determine load and LMP forecasts
  • Purchasing and scheduling power from MISO and PJM for our member loads.
  • Scheduling and offering our combustion turbine units into the MISO and PJM markets based on forecasted needs.
  • Learning the different aspects of the MISO and PJM markets
 
What We’re Excited to Share with You:
  • Excellent benefits package including family health, dental and vision insurance, 401(k) plan, paid time off, and a competitive salary.
  • Tuition reimbursement and a wide range of development opportunities.
  • Wellness reimbursements.
  • A collaborative and supportive team that is eager to help you succeed.
 
Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply by e-mail at careers@impa.com or to: Human Resources, Indiana Municipal Power Agency, 11610 North College Avenue, Carmel, IN 46032.



















 
IMPA – Mechanical Maintenance & Equipment Operator
The Indiana Municipal Power Agency is a not-for-profit, wholesale electric generation and transmission company located in Carmel, Indiana. At IMPA, we support 61 communities in Indiana and Ohio through providing low-cost, reliable, and environmentally responsible electricity, as well as a variety of other services to help in the overall success of each town or city.
 
We are seeking someone with a strong mechanical aptitude to join our mechanical maintenance team at Whitewater Valley Station, a coal-fired, steam generating plant located in Richmond, Indiana.  Our highly-qualified maintenance team ensures the safe, efficient and reliable operation of the mechanical equipment needed to keep the plant running successfully.
 
What You’ll Bring to the Table:
  • Experience with boilers, turbine generators, pumps, rotating machinery and related auxiliary equipment.
  • An understanding of the overall operation of a power plant or heavy industrial operation, its systems and equipment.
  • The ability to perform arc welding, gas welding and acetylene torch cutting.
  • A valid driver’s license.
What You’ll Be Doing:
  • Assisting with performing preventive and predictive maintenance on the mechanical equipment.
  • Typical maintenance work to include:
    • Installing, removing, overhauling, repairing and maintaining the machinery, boilers, turbines, pumps, pulverizers and valves.
    • Assisting with moving coal and running large equipment such as dozers and backhoes.
What We’re Excited to Share with You:
  • Excellent benefits package including family health, dental and vision insurance, 401(k) plan, paid time off, and a competitive salary.
  • Tuition reimbursement and a wide range of development opportunities.
  • Wellness reimbursements.
  • A collaborative and supportive team that is eager to help you succeed.
Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply by e-mail at careers@impa.com or to: Human Resources, Indiana Municipal Power Agency, 11610 North College Avenue, Carmel, IN 46032.


















 
IMPA - Safety Manager
The Indiana Municipal Power Agency is a not-for-profit, wholesale electric generation and transmission company located in Carmel, Indiana. At IMPA, we support 61 communities in Indiana and Ohio through providing low-cost, reliable, and environmentally responsible electricity, as well as a variety of other services to help in the overall success of each town or city.
 
Our team is seeking an outgoing individual who is a good people person and pays attention to detail to manage our workplace safety program. This is a full-time position that will be a part of IMPA’s Electrical Engineering Department and will be based in our Carmel office.
 
What You’ll Bring to the Table:
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Occupational Safety & Health, Industrial Safety, Engineering, Industrial Technology, or a related major.
  • Familiarity with OSHA standards, the NEC and NESC. 
  • Excellent writing and presentation skills.
  • Strong organizational and interpersonal skills.
  • The ability to travel at least 25% of the time, primarily within the state of Indiana and periodically overnight.
What You’ll Be Doing:
  • Championing the overall health and safety management for our locations.
  • Ensuring that we remain compliant with workplace and industry safety policies and procedures.
  • Developing and presenting effective training programs.
  • Performing safety assessments to ensure we remain compliance with safety policies, OSHA regulations and DOT requirements for our solar parks, line crews and generating facilities.
  • Organizing and leading our safety committee.
  • Helping to coordinate our member workshop training series programs and our other safety and educational training.
What We’re Excited to Share with You:
  • Excellent benefits package including family health, dental and vision insurance, 401(k) plan, paid time off, and a competitive salary.
  • Tuition reimbursement and a wide range of development opportunities.
  • Wellness reimbursements.
  • A collaborative and supportive team that is eager to help you succeed.
Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply by e-mail at careers@impa.com or to: Human Resources, Indiana Municipal Power Agency, 11610 North College Avenue, Carmel, IN 46032.




















 
Crawfordsville Electric Light and Power- Controller

General Summary:
The Controller is responsible for the daily preparation and maintenance of accurate financial records including budget preparation, reporting, forecasting the financial needs and position of the utility, payroll approval, general ledger activities, and banking. The Controller is a department head position and will oversee the staff accountant.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Maintain the Utility’s general ledger
  • Prepare monthly and annual accounting close and financial reporting
  • Lead budgeting and planning processes
  • Coordinate the annual audit of the Utility’s financial records and statements with external auditors
  • Comply with local, state, and federal government reporting requirements
  • Ensure compliance with state and federal regulatory requirements and professional standards
  • Reconcile and adjust bank accounts to manage cash flow
  • Liaison with accounting systems provider
  • Assists with accounting systems activities performed by department personnel related to the input and maintenance of accounting system data
  • Assist in the design and documentation of internal control policies and procedures
  • Present monthly financial report at Utility Service Board meeting
  • Oversee and direct the work of the staff accountant and others within the department
  • Performs other tasks and miscellaneous duties as assigned
Essential Work Relationships:
  • Reports to the General Manager
  • Constantly works with management and staff
  • Must be comfortable and competent to interact with the public
  • Must demonstrate effective interpersonal skills with coworkers, regulatory agencies, and internal and external customers
Qualifications:
The individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required to perform the essential responsibilities. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Education and /or Experience
  • Required - Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, or Business
  • Knowledge of accrual accounting principles and practices including GAAP/FASB
  • Proficient in Microsoft EXCEL and experienced with other Microsoft Office Suite programs
  • Preferred - Certified Public Accountant strongly preferred
  • Experience with municipal accounting
  • Prior management experience



















 
Thorntown Utility Department - Lineman

General Summary:
This position under the direction of the Utility Superintendent will be working
with Electric, Water and Waste Water systems.  Additional responsibilities include
General maintenance, operate service equipment, and various trucks. 
Utility construction or other related work experience preferred.
 
Qualifications Required:
High School Diploma or GED required.  Valid Indiana Driver’s License required.
Lineman Certification
 
Completed applications and resume should be submitted to:
 
Thorntown Utilities
109 W. Main St.
Thorntown, IN 46071



















 
Anderson Municipal Light and Power - Line Supervisor
Incumbent serves as Line Supervisor for the Municipal Light and Power Department and is responsible for scheduling and supervising the construction and maintenance of the distribution, transmission, and street light systems.
 
DUTIES:
  • Conducts on-site inspections of construction and work crews to evaluate work quality, availability of materials, and compliance of scheduled work completion.
  • Schedules all construction and maintenance projects for the division dealing with electrical distribution and transmission and the street light system, including assigning equipment and personnel daily for the proper makeup of crews and assuring work completion around vacation and sick day schedules.
  • Prioritizes and schedules all construction and maintenance projects for the division.
  • Designs and writes project specifications for labor, materials, and equipment, verifies estimates and totals and recommends to supervisor the letting of bids and upon receipt of quotations, evaluates the documents to assure compliance with specifications.
  • Receives complaints and inquiries from general public concerning electrical and street lighting service, and responds to such inquiries by taking appropriate action to address the complaint.
  • Designs, schedules, and presides over staff meetings and safety meetings.
  • Coordinates all functions of the division with other governmental agencies, including other utility companies, and other divisions of the Light and Power Department.
  • Responds to complaints from subordinates and represents the division to labor representatives when grievances are filed.
  • Prepares the division budget and administers the budget upon approval.
  • Prepares annual report of division activities.
  • Maintains a wide variety of files, dealing with construction and maintenance projects, service calls, purchases, P.C.B. and E.P.A. requirements.
  • Performs duties of the Superintendent in his/her absence.
  • On call 24 hours a day for emergencies.
  • Performs related duties as assigned.
I. JOB REQUIREMENTS AND DIFFICULTY OF WORK:
  • Thorough knowledge of line construction and maintenance methods and procedures, including advanced principles and methods.
  • Extensive education and experience dealing with all facets of electrical distribution and transmission, typically acquired via a college education or equivalent experience in the field.
  • Thorough knowledge of electrical and construction equipment and ability to properly schedule and utilize such equipment for the proper completion of construction and maintenance projects.
  • Thorough knowledge of statements of policy between union and management.
  • Knowledge of OSHA safety regulations, EPA regulations, National Electrical Safety Codes, National Electrical Code, ANSI, and ECT.
  • Ability to supervise the work of others.
  • Ability to deal with subordinates, contractors, and other suppliers, and members of the general public in a courteous, effective, and tactful manner.
  • Ability to legally operate a motor vehicle.
II. SUPERVISORY FUNCTIONS:
  • Incumbent works with instructions provided by the Superintendent and under general guidelines of the department and division, with the nature of the guidelines and instructions being an indication of overall quality and conformance with the policies of the department. Independent judgment is required to interpret the instructions and guidelines to meet construction schedules and deadlines and deal with emergency situations.
  • Incumbent performs a wide variety of duties involving complex functions, occasionally occurring in circumstances or situations that are unique.
III. SUPERVISORY ACCOUNTABILITY:
  • Incumbent performs duties according to his/her own schedule, discussing highly unusual situations with the Superintendent when incumbent thinks it is necessary. Work product is evaluated by Superintendent for conformance with overall policies and practices of the department and for soundness of judgment.
  • Incumbent is responsible for the overall operations of the division and is expected to provide a major contribution to the purpose of the department, even in especially unique or complex situations.
IV. SCOPE OF WORK OPERATIONS:
  • Incumbent maintains a variety of contacts with other employees within the division, workers in other divisions of the department, and members of the general public for the purpose of coordinating activities and gaining acceptance and concurrence of actions and practices of the division.
  • Reports directly to the Superintendent.
V. OTHER:
Incumbent works in modern office environment, but conducts inspections and coordinates emergency crews in the field in all types of weather conditions.

For a full job description, click here.

Interested individuals with the required qualifications must apply online at www.cityofanderson.com.



















 
Anderson Municipal Light and Power - Substation Supervisor
Incumbent serves as the Supervisor of the Substation Division for the department.
 
DUTIES:
  • Schedules, supervises and coordinates work assignments and operations of the Substation Division, including making daily assignments of personnel, taking into account vacation and leave schedules.
    Designs and writes specifications for purchases of materials for the Division, and evaluates bids and quotes, and requisitions supplies and materials, as needed.
    Prepares division budget and administers budget upon approval.
    Designs, plans, schedules, and presides over staff meetings and safety meetings.
    Coordinates all functions of the division with other governmental agencies, including other utility companies and other divisions of the department.
    Performs related duties as assigned.
I. JOB REQUIREMENTS AND DIFFICULTY OF WORK:
  • Thorough knowledge of electrical distribution methods and procedures, including advances principles and methods.
    Extensive education and experience dealing with all facets of electrical distribution, typically acquired via a college education or equivalent experience in the field.
    Thorough knowledge of electrical equipment and ability to properly schedule and utilize such equipment for the proper completion of assigned duties.
    Ability to effectively supervise the work of others.
    Ability to deal with subordinates, contractors and other suppliers, and members of general public in a courteous, effective and tactful manner.
II. SUPERVISORY FUNCTION:
  • Incumbent works with instructions provided by the Superintendent and under general guidelines of the department and division, with the nature of the guidelines and instructions being an indication of overall quality and conformance with the policies of the department. Independent judgment is required to interpret the instructions and guidelines, to meet construction schedules and deadlines and to deal with emergency situations.
  • Incumbent performs a wide variety of duties involving complex functions occasionally occurring in circumstances or situations that are unique.
III. SUPERVISORY ACCOUNTABILITY:
  • Incumbent performs duties according to his/her own schedule, discussing highly unusual situations with the Superintendent when incumbent thinks it is necessary. Work product is evaluated by the Superintendent for conformance with overall policies and practices of the department and for soundness of judgment.
  • Incumbent is responsible for the overall operations of the division and is expected to provide a major contribution to the purpose of the department, even in especially unique or complex situations.
IV. SCOPE OF WORK OPERATIONS:
  • Incumbent Maintains a variety of contacts with other employees within the division, workers in other division of the department, and members of the general public for the purpose of coordinating activities and gaining acceptance and concurrence of actions and practices of the division.
    Reports directly to the Superintendent.
For a full job description, click here.

Interested individuals with the required qualifications must apply online at www.cityofanderson.com.




















 
Town of Paoli - Electric Lineman
The Town of Paoli is looking for a self-motivated, energetic individual that is ready to work for an equal opportunity employer.  Knowledge of maintaining electric distribution lines and other responsibilities associated with a municipally owned electric company.  Wages range from $28-$40, depending on experience and certification.   Benefits package offered.  Applications may be obtained at Town of Paoli located at 110 N. Gospel Street or by calling 812-723-2739.



















 
Peru Utilities - Electric D.O.L. Certified Journeyman or Advanced Apprentice Lineworker Position
       Peru Utilities is seeking resumes for a full-time U.S. Department of Labor Certified Journeyman or 4th year (at least 6000 documented hours) Apprentice Lineworker. Tasks involve construction and maintenance of overhead and underground electric distribution lines, transmission lines, working at heights, working in adverse weather conditions, repetitive lifting, and exposure to noise and potentially dangerous conditions.
       Minimum qualifications include a high school diploma or equivalent, possession of a nationally recognized Journeyman card (or 6000+ hours of documented participation in an apprenticeship program that would produce the same) for high voltage electric line work, or proof that the individual has satisfactorily completed (or logged 6000 hours into) an apprenticeship program that is deemed equivalent to the Peru Utilities Apprentice Lineworker Training Program. Must have or be able to acquire a Class A CDL with air brake endorsement within 180 days of employment. Must demonstrate effective written and verbal communication skills, physical abilities to accomplish duties, and the ability to work as part of a crew.
       The successful candidate will be on call to respond to emergency situations on a rotating basis and should reside within a 12 mile radius of the Peru Utilities service complex within 90 days of employment.
       The position includes an excellent benefit package with a competitive salary.
       Submit resumes to Peru Utilities, PO Box 67, Peru, IN 46970, ATTN: Alice Hartley, or email to ahartley@peruutilities.com. A complete job description is available at www.peruutilities.com.
       Final candidates will be subject to a drug screen. Actual job offer will be contingent on results of a criminal record investigation, driving record check, and DOT physical examination.
 
Peru Utilities is an equal opportunity employer.




















 
City of Washington - Wastewater Superintendent
The City of Washington, Indiana hopes to fill the position of Wastewater Superintendent for the community.

Job Description: Wastewater Superintendent

Department: Wastewater Operations and Maintenance Dept.

Reports to: Mayor. As a Department head, the Wastewater Superintendent reports to and serves at the pleasure of the Mayor.

Principal purpose of Job: Supervise and Oversee control of the day-to-day activities of all Wastewater Plant Operations. Supervise and Oversee control of the day-today activities of the Wastewater collection system maintenance dept.

Work Environment: Work is primarily done indoors, but can also include working outdoors in every kind of weather condition and in confined spaces under unpleasant conditions. Depending on task performed, the noise intensity ranges from moderate to extreme. Some tasks require working with very hot materials and hazardous substances. Work performed in this job may place the employee at risk of occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens. Employees are to be constantly aware of safety requirements.

Essential Job Functions:
1. Planning, directing, supervising, and evaluating the day-to-day functions of the wastewater treatment plant and related activities. Also keep the Mayor properly informed.
2. Planning, directing, supervising, and evaluating the day-to-day functions of the wastewater collection maintenance dept.
3. Developing and maintaining a professional, respectful, and positive working relationship with staff, coworkers, supervisors, and other agencies and the public.
4. Carry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the City of Washington's rules, regulations, policies, and applicable laws.
5. Training employees, planning, assigning, and directing work, appraising performance, rewarding and discipline employees, addressing complaints, and resolving problems.
6. Insure efficient wastewater treatment, effluent quality and effluent disposal, in compliance with all state (IDEM) and federal (NPDES) regulations and standards, and to do related work as required.
7. Maintain and Monitor operational process records, log books, and instrumentation records data at the treatment plant.
8. Supervise, inspect, review, and participate in the work of the wastewater maintenance dept. staff.
9. Supervise and assist in the development and implementation of goals and objectives and maintaining focus on priorities for the wastewater maintenance dept.
10. Supervises and conducts job performance evaluations for all employees as per policy adopted by the Board of Public Works and Safety.
11. Demonstrate continuous effort to improve plant operations, and maintenance operations, streamline work processes, and work cooperation to provide quality service.
12. Recommends discipline or dismissal of unsatisfactory employees to the Mayor according to policy adopted by the Board of Public Works and Safety.

Additional Job Functions:
1. Possess skill in written and verbal communication. Must be able to communicate, read, write, and understand English at a level necessary for efficient job performance.
2. Knowledge of the operation and processes of a SBR system, and an Activated Sludge Wastewater Treatment Plant, and have a state of Indiana class III wastewater certification.
3. Knowledge of principles of engineering as applied to the repair and maintenance of wastewater lines, force mains, pumping stations, and all other applicable wastewater collection system controls.
4. Must possess a valid Indiana Drivers License.
5. Develop and promote the adherence to all established safety rules and practices, participates in safety programs, promotes safe working habits and requires the use of protective equipment.
6. Keep the Mayor properly informed relative to progress, plans, programs, and activities of the Dept.
7. The Superintendent should stimulate a high standard of moral among the employees by the creation and use of team spirit and enthusiasm through the Wastewater Dept.

Other:
1. Physical strength and ability sufficient to perform heavy manual labor for extended· period, sometimes under dirty and uncomfortable conditions and in all kinds of weather. Heavy labor is defined, for example, as operating an 85-pound jackhammer, carrying 80-pound bags of concrete for short distances.
2. Ability to acquire sufficient skill in using tools and equipment used for the various tasks and functions described above, with the goal of becoming a fully operative worker who can be assigned to any task of the sewer dept.
3. The statements contained in this job description reflect general details as necessary to describe the principal functions of this job, the level of knowledge and skill typically required and the scope of responsibility. It should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned, including work in other functional areas to cover absences or relief, to equalize peak work periods or otherwise to balance the workload.
4. Following an offer of employment, and prior to starting work, individuals may be required to have a preemployment drug screen and pre-employment physical exam by a physician designated by the city. The exam will be paid for by the city. Satisfactory clearance to perform essential job functions will be required for employment.





















 
Town of Dublin - Municipal Town Superintendent
OBJECTIVE:
The Town Superintendent performs complex supervisory and professional work in planning, organizing, directing, and working alongside employees for the Water, Electric, Street, and Refuse departments including all building and grounds, projects, and programs.

SUPERVISION:
  • IS APPOINTED BY AND SERVES THE DUBLIN TOWN COUNCIL. This position involves a high level of independent decision-making, judgment, and problem-solving during a variety of situations. The candidate will be responsible for ensuring that procedures are followed during all activities including main breaks, power outages, snow, and other storms or events.
  • Supervise and have a working knowledge of all Service Employees within the Town of Dublin.
  • Responsible for ensuring all OSHA requirements, practices and procedures are followed.
  • Responsible for conducting interviews, background checks, annual evaluations, and recommendations for hire/fire of service employees.
  • Carry out appropriate disciplinary action when necessary. Must maintain record of all disciplinary action and must report all records to the Clerk-Treasurer.
  • Able to communicate and interact with other department heads, town councils, other officials, public officials from other communities and public agencies, various divisions of government, engineering firms, and contractors.
  • This is a full-time position. Days and hours of work are roughly Monday through Friday 7:00 am to 3:30 pm. Occasional morning, evening, and weekend work may be required as job duties require. Candidate must currently reside, or be willing to relocate, within a 20-minutes of the town.
  • Weekend water testing/ON-CALL is alternated between candidate and employee and requires one hour Saturday and one hour Sunday for testing. This candidate will be first on-call for any emergency or situations, however, ALL service employees including candidate are ON-CALL 24 hours a day, 7 days a week if an emergency arises, which may include extended time in situations such as snowstorms, severe weather, main breaks, etc.

MAJOR DUTIES/FUNCTIONS:
  • Oversee daily operation and coordination of the various utilities and activities to achieve goals.
  • Prioritizing service requests while also ensuring all other duties are carried out promptly.
  • Monitor job performance, completion of job duties, and correct inefficiencies in personnel while providing clear direction and standard of productivity.
  • Keep town council informed of key projects and problem areas.
  • Planning of future projects, including determining estimated costs, scheduling, and project priority.
  • Prepare inventory lists and analyze ongoing operations.
  • Occasional overnight travel for meetings and conferences as required.
  • Any other duties that may arise as per the nature of the job.

WORK ENVIRONMENT/ PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
  • This position requires the candidate to work in a hands-on supervisory role with a small portion of duties performed in an office setting.
  • Candidate can expect the following work conditions: Various outdoor weather conditions, near moving mechanical parts and in high, precarious places, occasionally exposure to wet and/or humid conditions, fumes or airborne particles, toxic and caustic chemicals, risks of electrical shock and vibration, occasionally loud environments, and work performed in overall adverse conditions.
  • This is a physically demanding position which requires ability to lift/more up to 50 pounds, ability to sit, stand, climb, balance, kneel, operate tools and controls, hear and smell.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Academic or work experience in a related discipline is preferred with a minimum of two years of public works experience.
  • Prefer 5 years of supervisory experience with a team of 5 or more employees.
  • Valid driver’s license and CDL-B are required.
  • Must pass a medical examination including drug and alcohol screening.
  • Thorough knowledge of water systems, including maintenance and repair of lines, Treatment facility maintenance, testing, and required regulations. Some water system experience/education preferred. The candidate will be required to have or obtain the required Water Operator Certifications from IDEM within one year of hiring or as soon as all state requirements are met and approved. There will also be continuing education requirements that must be met.
  • Thorough knowledge of electricity. Some journeyman experience and/or education preferred.
  • Considerable knowledge of park and cemetery maintenance along with street and storm sewer maintenance and repairs.
  • Thorough knowledge of applicable town policies, laws, and regulations affecting the town activities.
  • Skills in operating the tools and equipment needed to perform the job, including bucket and pole trucks, backhoe, zero turns, push mowers, refuse trucks, and numerous hand tools. COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS:  Pay rate is contingent upon experience and education  Very attractive health insurance plan (currently employee only pays 10% of own premium)  Public Employee retirement plan  Favorable personnel policy, which currently includes paid vacation after one year of service; 5 sick/personal days per year; 11 paid holidays  On the job training, and costs paid for any continuing education required by State

TO APPLY:
Please provide a resume of education/experience/jobs you have held, including copies of licenses or certifications that may pertain to the position, along with at least three (3) professional or personal references to the address below:

Town of Dublin
Attention: Julia McCarty, Town Clerk-Treasurer
PO Box 145
Dublin, IN 47335

Or place in drop box west of the office door, or you may email townhall@dublinin.org
Applying for a position with the Town of Dublin does not guarantee employment. All employment positions are “at-will”. The Town of Dublin is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer (EEOE).

















 
Columbia City - Groundsman
The City of Columbia City has an opening for a full-time Groundsman for the Electric Department.  Applicants must be able to attain a Class A CDL license within 6 months and must be interested in participating in the IMEA apprenticeship program.  Previous training in an accredited apprenticeship is not required but may be considered.  Classification/compensation commensurate with experience/certifications.

Groundsperson Job Description

Applications and a job description can be obtained at the Clerk-Treasurer's office from 7:30 AM to 4:00 PM Monday through Friday or Communications (24 Hour), both located at City Hall, 112 S. Chauncey Street, Columbia City, IN 46725.  You can also access information online at http://columbiacity.net/community/career-opportunities.  Applications will be accepted until 3:00 PM on Friday, September 30, 2022.



















 
Columbia City - Journeyman/Lineman Apprentice
Applicants must be able to attain a Class A CDL license within 6 months and must be interested in participating in the IMEA apprenticeship program.  Previous training in an accredited apprenticeship is not required but may be considered.  Classification/compensation commensurate with experience/certifications. For the Journeyman classification, an applicant must have completed a Journeyman Apprenticeship Program and worked eight years for an electrical utility company.

Journeyman Lineman Job Description

Applications and a job description can be obtained at the Clerk-Treasurer's office from 7:30 AM to 4:00 PM Monday through Friday or Communications (24 Hour), both located at City Hall, 112 S. Chauncey Street, Columbia City, IN 46725.  You can also access information online at http://columbiacity.net/community/career-opportunities.  Applications will be accepted until 3:00 PM on Friday, September 30, 2022.




















 
Columbia City - Street/Sewer Laborer
The City of Columbia City has an opening for a full-time  STREET/SEWER LABORER for the Street Department.  Applications and a job description can be obtained at the Clerk-Treasurers office 7:30 AM – 4:00 PM Mon.-Friday or Communications (24 hours) both located at City Hall 112 S. Chauncey Street Applications will be accepted until 3:00 PM on Friday, September 16, 2022. You can also access information online at http://columbiacity.net/community/career-opportunities

Street/Sewer Laborer
















 
Tell City Electric Department - Technical Services Foreman
Tell City Electric Department is seeking an individual to fill the position of Technical Services Foreman.

To perform this position successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed in this document are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. The City of Tell City provides reasonable accommodation to qualified employees and applicants with known disabilities who require accommodation to complete the application process or perform essential functions of the job, unless the accommodation would cause an undue hardship.

Incumbent serves as Technical Services Foreman for the Tell City Electric Department, responsible for providing daily supervision of Substation/Metering Department, managing equipment and facilities, and achieving department’s objectives.

Please see the attached description for additional information.

Applications may be submitted to:
Dennis Dixon
Tell City Electric Department
601 Main Street
Tell City, IN 47586
ddixon@tellcityelectric.com

















 

Town of Troy - Utility Worker
The Town of Troy is seeking an individual to fill the position of Utility Worker.

Duties and Responsibilities
Help maintain the Electric, Water, and Sewer systems.

Water – Daily samples, meter reading, locate and repair leaks, maintain property, use backhoe and trencher.  Must be willing to get certified as a WT3 Water Operator and operate the Water Filtration Plant.

Electric – Help maintain the distribution systems repair outages, install new services, operate a bucket and digger truck, willing to be trained as a lineman, tree trimming.

Sewer – Help maintain the sewer system, maintain lift stations, pulling pumps, rebuilding the rails, repairing leaks, willing to get Sewer Certification for the Water Filtration Plant.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
An understanding of electricity, water, and sewer.  Able to operate various machines.  Learn to use the tools of the trade.

Education
High School Diploma or GED

Experience
Past experience working in water, sewer, and electric would be a plus; CDL

Working Conditions
Outdoors, heat, cold, rain, and snow.  Exposed to risk of injury from electricity, mechnical parts, will be on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Physical Requirements
Sitting, standing, walking, driving, climbing ladders, squatting, kneeling, liefting, carrying up to 50 lbs.  Working long hours both day and night.

Application information
No phone calls.  Please send resume to Troy Utilities, P.O. Box 57, Troy, IN 47588 or email to troyutilities@psci.net.
















 
City of Frankfort - Lineman
The City of Frankfort Utilities is looking for skilled journeymen electricians who construct and maintain power circuits, distribution and substations. The qualified applicant will be available for on-call work in addition to regular hours and working under adverse weather conditions. Applicants are required to work in setting and removing power poles and install, remove, inspect repair and perform maintenance on transformers that have several different types of connections, crossarms, wire, insulators, lightning arrestors, capacitors, oil reclosures, guy wires, voltage regulators, ground rods, switches fuses, etc.

QUALIFICATIONS KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES
High school education or equivalent required. Thorough knowledge and familiarity with principles and practices of electric power line construction and maintenance (including electrical substations) required. Strong verbal communications skills necessary in order to deal with a wide range of personalities both inside and outside the organization. Able to make informed immediate decisions in emergency or highly stressful situations. Must qualify for a valid Indiana CDL driver’s license.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
• The physical activity expected is balancing, stooping, crawling, climbing, kneeling, reaching, standing, pushing, pulling, lifting, talking and repetitive motions.
• Must be physically, mentally and psychologically able to perform all of the required duties. Position requires physical strength, finger and limb dexterity, and mobility.
• Must have ability to climb poles and to work poles or in an aerial lift at various heights.
• Must be able to lift weights of up to 90 pounds.

WORKING CONDITIONS
The minimum working conditions require the employee to work both inside and outside, exposed to noise and adverse atmospheric and environmental conditions.

If you meet the above qualifications, please complete an online application by visiting www.frankfort-in.gov or clicking on APPLY or contact City of Frankfort Human Resources at (765) 659-3454.
















 
Town of Edinburgh - Journeyman Lineman
Edinburgh Municipal Power and Light currently has an opening for a Journeyman Lineworker. The position is responsible for the proper installation, operation and maintenance of the electric transmission and distribution system and related facilities and equipment. Working as part of a team, the individual will use technical, analytical and interpersonal skills and electrical knowledge to deliver reliable electric service to Edinburgh Municipal Power and Light Department customers. Position is responsible for performing inspections, maintenance, operations and construction work on the substations, transmission, distribution and street lighting systems.

Qualifications required: A high school education or equivalent is required and 4 Years Apprentice Lineworker training through an accredited apprenticeship program. Thorough knowledge and familiarity with principles and practices of electric power line construction, maintenance, and substations is required. Strong verbal communication skills are necessary in order to deal with a wide range of personalities both inside and outside the organization. Must have the ability to make informed immediate decisions in emergency or highly stressful situations. A valid Indiana driver’s license and CDL are required.  A Journey Lineworker ensures all duties and responsibilities of the department and are in compliance with OSHA, IOSHA and Regulatory standards. Compliance with State Board of Accounts Guidelines is necessary.

Interested persons should submit a resume that can be obtained at www.edinburgh.in.us. no later than 12/31/2018 to Human Resources, 107 S Holland St. Edinburgh, IN 46124.

















 
Lebanon Utilities - Journeyman Lineworker
Lebanon Utilities currently has an opening for a Journeyman Lineworker. The position, under the direction of the Line Foreman (working as part of a cohesive team), is responsible for the proper installation, operation and maintenance of the electric transmission and distribution system and related facilities and equipment. Working as part of a team, the individual will use technical, analytical, and interpersonal skills and electrical knowledge to deliver reliable electric service to Lebanon Utilities Electric Department customers. Position is responsible for performing inspections, maintenance, operations and construction work on the substations, transmission, distribution and street lighting systems. 

Qualifications required: 
A high school education or equivalent is required and 4 Years Apprentice Lineworker training through an accredited apprenticeship program. Thorough knowledge and familiarity with principles and practices of electric power line construction, maintenance, and substations is required. Strong verbal communication skills are necessary in order to deal with a wide range of personalities both inside and outside the organization. Must have the ability to make informed immediate decisions in emergency or highly stressful situations. A valid Indiana driver's license and CDL are required. A Journey Lineworker ensures all duties and responsibilities of the department are in compliance with OSHA, IOSHA and Regulatory standards. Compliance with State Board of Accounts Guidelines is necessary. 

Interested persons should submit an application, which can be obtained at www.lebanon-utilities.com.  Go to about us at the top of the page and look in the drop-down Career Opportunities. Also, please include a resume with salary history no later than 02/19/2019 to Human Resources, 401 S. Meridian St. Lebanon IN 46052. 
















 
Lebanon Utilities - Apprentice Lineworker
Lebanon Utilities currently has an opening for a Lineworker Apprentice. The position, under the direction of the Line Foreman and Journey Lineworkers, employee will receive on the job training to become a Journey Lineworker. Additionally, the employee is expected to enroll, participate, and successfully complete a Lebanon Utility approved and DOL accredited Lineworker Apprentice school. 

Qualifications required: 
High school education or equivalent required, a minimum of 6 months as groundman/ operator. Shows familiarity with principles and practices of electric power line construction, maintenance, and substations required. Strong verbal communication skills necessary in order to deal with a wide range of personalities both inside and outside the organization. Ability to follow directions in emergency or highly stressful situations. A valid Indiana driver's license and CDL required. 

Summary of Essential Duties and Responsibilities: 
Under supervision, constructs, maintains and repairs overhead and underground electrical secondary, distribution and transmission systems including but not limited to: setting towers/poles, stringing new or maintaining existing wire, installing and maintaining; anchors, insulators, transformers, meters, street lights, capacitor banks, cutouts, cross arms, switches, underground cable and associated equipment; as well as trimming trees and brush under all weather conditions and at all hours of day or night. Observes all safety rules and practices, including working on circuits with hot sticks and/ or with rubber protective equipment in aerial lifts or on poles in required safety apparel. Operates and maintains all equipment as required including Digger/Derrick, Aerial Lift truck, forklift, backhoe/tractor, trencher, hydraulic presses, cutters, and tools. Participates in After-hours Service Watch rotation and Emergency Restoration. 

Interested persons should submit an application, which can be obtained at www.lebanon-utilities.com.  Go to about us at the top of the page, in the drop-down Career Opportunities. Also, please include a resume with salary history no later than 02/19/2019 to Human Resources, 401 S. Meridian St. Lebanon IN 46052. 

















 
Greendale Utilities - Lineman/Serviceman/Crew Leader 1st Class
Greendale Utilities currently has an opening for a Lineman/Serviceman/Crew Leader 1st Class.  Applications can be picked up at 510 Ridge Ave., Greendale, IN 47025.  Resumes may be submitted to utilitysuper@cityofgreendale.net.

GENERAL SUMMARY 
Under the direction of the Working Electrical Foreman, responsible for the proper installation, operation and maintenance of the electric transmission and distribution system. Also related electrical facilities and equipment. 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 
  • Performs construction, operation and maintenance of both overhead and underground electric transmission and distribution systems. Including electrical substation construction and maintenance. 
  • Performs the duties of an Equipment Operator/Groundman through a Lineman/ Serviceman/Crew Leader 1st Class. 
  • Assumes the duties and responsiblities of the Working Electrical Foreman in their absence. 
  • Assists in training personnel from Lineman Apprentice 1st through 4th year. 
  • Ensures work performed in accordance with Utility Construction Standards used by Greendale Utilities, OSHA work rules and the APPA Safety Manual rules.
  • Prepares reports related to vehicles and construction equipment ensuring all are operating safely and are in good repair.
  • Operates heavy equipment such as bucket trucks, derricks, trenchers, backhoes and other related tools. 
  • Attends seminars and continuing education classes to enhance technical skills. Including participating and passing the 4th year apprentice school. 
  • The employee is expected to wear safety items associated with work responsibilities. 
  • Participates in service watch call out rotation. 
  • Perform all other duties as required. 

QUALIFICATIONS 
KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES 
High school education or equivalent required. Thorough knowledge and familiarity with principles and practices of electric power line construction and maintenance (including electrical substations) required. Strong verbal communications skills necessary in order to deal with a wide range of personalities both inside and outside the organization. Able to make informed immediate decisions in emergency or highly stressful situations. Should have a valid Indiana CDL driver's license. 

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS 
  • The physical activity expected is balancing, stooping, crawling, climbing, kneeling, reaching, standing, pushing, pulling, lifting, talking, and repetitive motions. 
  • Must be physically, mentally and psychologically able to perform all of the required duties. Position requires physical strength, finger and limb dexterity, and mobility. 
  • Must have ability to climb poles and to work poles or in an aerial lift at various heights. 
  • Must be able to lift weights of up to 90 pounds.

WORKING CONDITIONS
  • The minimum working conditions require the employee to work both inside and outside, exposed to noise and adverse atmospheric and environmental conditions.
EXPERIENCE
  • Lineman Apprentice 4th Year classification required.
  • Four to six years transmission/distribution construction and maintenance experience required. Two years of related electrical equipment operation experience. 


















 
Tipton Utilities - Journeyman Line Worker 
Tipton Municipal Utilities is currently accepting applications for a Journeyman Lineman position with our Electric Department.

Qualifications:
  • High School Diploma or equivalent
  • Valid Class B CDL
  • Certified Journeyman Lineman
  • Must be available after hours for trouble calls from time to time
  • Must pass drug screening and background check prior to beginning work   
Duties:
  • Work and maintain all voltages up to 12,500, overhead and underground
  • Build transformer banks
  • Splice underground cables
  • Terminate underground cable
  • Be knowledgeable in tree trimming & removal
  • Run typical Electric Department Equipment
  • Be able to interface with coworkers and the general public
  • Work in a safe manner to protect the public at all times
  • Have a thorough knowledge of protective/safety equipment
  • Be able to climb (utility poles) if necessary
  • Work in emergency conditions, regardless of weather
  • Train Apprentices in all phases to the level of Journeyman
  • Take over daily operations in absence of a Foreman
Compensation:  To be based on experience.
 
Please send resume or employment application to Tipton Municipal Utilities, P.O. Box 188, Tipton, Indiana, 46072,  Attn: Jim Ankrum
OR email to Jankrum@tusb.com