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

Member Services Specialist
Staff Accountant
Plant Systems Operator

Journeyman Lineman
Instrument and Control/Electrician Technician
Generation Engineer/Generation Engineering Specialist
Market Operations Coordinator


 

Member Communities

Greendale Utilities - Apprentice Lineman
Greendale Utilities - Crew Leader
Lawrenceburg Municipal Utilities - Utility Director
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

















 
IMPA - Member Services Specialist
Indiana Municipal Power Agency, a wholesale electric generating and transmission company located in Carmel, Indiana is looking for an energetic individual to assist with its on-going, comprehensive member services effort to enhance IMPA’s relationships with its members, enhance the members’ relationships with their customers and enhance awareness of the Agency.  
 
Responsibilities include maintaining steady contact with member electric utility staff, including line and meter department, to monitor IMPA’s progress toward satisfying members’ needs.  This position will require strong communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to travel up to 70% of the time, primarily within the state of Indiana.  One to three years of experience preferred.  Electric utility industry experience and/or customer service experience in the Public Power industry are a plus.  A Bachelor’s Degree is preferred.  Excellent salary and benefits package.  For confidential consideration, send resume & salary history to:
 
Human Resources
Indiana Municipal Power Agency
11610 North College Avenue
Carmel, Indiana 46032
 
or by e-mail to: careers@impa.com

















 
IMPA - Staff Accountant
Indiana Municipal Power Agency, a wholesale electric generating and transmission company located in Carmel, is looking for a Staff Accountant.

GENERAL PURPOSE OF THE JOB:
  • To support the CFO, Controller and Accounting Director in carrying out the responsibilities of the Finance / Accounting Department.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Prepare monthly bank reconciliations
  • Perform daily bank reconciliations and transfers
  • Perform accounts receivable function including verifying and posting payments
  • Prepare monthly account reconciliations for the month-end close.
  • Perform such other accounting, financial, or administrative tasks as may be required from time to time by the CFO, Controller or Accounting Manager.
SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
  • A Bachelor’s degree in accounting, or a Bachelor’s degree in business with emphasis in accounting, is required.
  • Must be detail-oriented and able to handle multiple tasks
  • Must be highly skilled in dealing with financial and numeric data.
  • Must be highly skilled in use of Excel Spreadsheets.
  • Must be skilled in use of MS Word and must be a very good writer in order to handle the occasional administrative needs of the department.
  • Must have very good verbal skills.
  • Must have excellent work habits
  • Experience with Great Plains Accounting Software a plus
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  • Benefits include health, dental and vision insurance, a 401(k) plan, tuition reimbursement and a competitive salary.Qualified individuals should send a resume and brief cover letter, including salary history, to careers@impa.com or Vice President of Human Resources, Indiana Municipal Power Agency, 11610 North College Avenue, Carmel, Indiana 46032.













 
IMPA - Plant Systems Operator
Indiana Municipal Power Agency (IMPA), a wholesale electric generating and transmission company serving municipal electric utilities is looking for qualified applicants to fill the Plant Systems Operator in a coal-fired, steam generating power plant located in Richmond, Indiana.  Responsibilities include the safe, efficient and reliable operation of coal fired steam power plant systems.  Experience with boilers, turbine generators and related auxiliary equipment is a plus.  Applicants should have general safety knowledge and experience having worked in the vicinity of high, medium, and low-voltage electrical equipment.

A minimum of an Associate’s Degree in mechanical studies or high school diploma with applicable equivalent job related experience in power generation or industrial manufacturing is required.  The ideal candidate would have a strong mechanical aptitude with a minimum of five years’ experience in power plant technologies.
 
IMPA, located in Carmel, Indiana, offers an excellent benefits package including family health, dental and vision insurance, 401 (k) plan, tuition reimbursement, and a competitive salary. Qualified applicants are encouraged to submit a resume, including professional references and salary history to careers@impa.com or to:
 
Vice President of Human Resources
Indiana Municipal Power Agency
11610 North College Avenue
Carmel, IN 46032














 


IMPA - Journeyman Lineman
Indiana Municipal Power Agency, a wholesale electric generating and transmission company headquartered in Carmel, Indiana is looking for a qualified Journeyman Lineman.  This position will be responsible for the proper installation, operation, and maintenance of the electric transmission and distribution systems for various IMPA municipal members.  A thorough knowledge of power line construction and maintenance is required for this position. 
 
The successful applicant must live within 50 miles of Spiceland, Indiana. This position will include response to emergency system outages after normal work hours.  Journeyman Lineman Certification and Class A CDL are required. This position requires a high awareness of safety standards and compliance with company safe workplace culture.
 
IMPA offers an excellent benefits package including family health, dental and vision insurance, 401(k) plan, tuition reimbursement, and a competitive salary.  Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply with salary history by e-mail at careers@impa.com or to:
 
Vice President of Human Resources
Indiana Municipal Power Agency
11610 North College Avenue
Carmel, IN 46032





 








 

IMPA - Instrument and Control/Electrical Technician
Indiana Municipal Power Agency (IMPA), a wholesale electric generating and transmission company serving 61 municipal electric utilities, is looking for an Instrument and Control/Electrical Technician to fill a position at Whitewater Valley Station, a coal-fired, steam generating power plant located in Richmond, Indiana:
 
The ideal candidate would have exceptional electrical and controls troubleshooting abilities and theoretical knowledge along with an extensive background and knowledge base of the installation and maintenance of power generation control systems and electrical equipment. Experience with PLCs, computer systems and software is required. Applicants should have electrical safety knowledge and experience having worked with and in the vicinity of high, medium, and low-voltage electrical equipment.
 
A minimum of High School diploma with applicable equivalent job related experience in power generation or industrial manufacturing is required, and an Associate’s Degree or higher in electrical studies is preferred. 
 
IMPA offers an excellent benefits package including family health, dental and vision insurance, 401(k) plan, tuition reimbursement, and a competitive salary. Qualified applicants are encouraged to submit a resume, including professional references and salary history to careers@impa.com or to:
 
Vice President of Human Resources
Indiana Municipal Power Agency
11610 North College Avenue
Carmel, IN 46032

















 
IMPA - Generation Engineer/Generation Engineering Specialist
Indiana Municipal Power Agency (IMPA), a wholesale electric generating and transmission company serving 61 municipal electric utilities is accepting applications for our Generation Engineer / Generation Engineering Specialist position.  Responsibilities include the reporting and analysis of the operation, maintenance and compliance of IMPA’s generation resources. These facilities include natural gas, coal, and solar generating stations. An electrical or mechanical engineering background is preferred. Previous experience with power plant electrical and control systems, power plant mechanics, or NERC Reliability Standards is desired. Applicants should have safety knowledge and experience having worked in the vicinity of high, medium, and low-voltage electrical equipment. Travel to IMPA owned facilities will be required.
 
A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in engineering or engineering technolgy from an accredited institution is required. Applicant should have a minimum of one to five plus years of electric utility experience. A Professional Engineer license in Indiana is preferred but is not required.
 
IMPA, located in Carmel, Indiana, offers an excellent benefits package including family health, dental and vision insurance, 401(k) plan, tuition reimbursement, and a competitive salary.  Qualified applicants are encouraged to submit a resume, including professional references and salary history to careers@impa.com or Vice President of Human Resources, Indiana Municipal Power Agency, 11610 North College Avenue, Carmel, IN 46032.
 




















 

IMPA - Market Operations Coordinator
The Indiana Municipal Power Agency (IMPA), a wholesale electric generating and transmission company, located in Carmel, Indiana is looking for qualified applicants to fill a Market Operations Coordinator position. Primary responsibilities include:
 
  • Develop weather and solar forecasts used for determining IMPA member electric load requirements.
  • Develop daily electric hourly load consumption forecast for IMPA members.
  • Purchase and schedule power requirement from MISO and PJM.
  • Schedule and coordinate generation with MISO and PJM in Real-Time and Day-Ahead markets.
  • Forecast, purchase, and schedule Natural Gas for IMPA’s Combustion Turbines
  • Submit and approve market Financial Schedules.
The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s Degree, engineering, business or economics preferred, with proficiency in Excel, and 0-2 years of experience.  The position includes a rotating 12-hour shift.
 
IMPA offers an excellent benefits package including family health, dental and vision insurance, 401(k) plan, tuition reimbursement, and a competitive salary.  Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply with salary history by e-mail at careers@impa.com or to: Human Resources, Indiana Municipal Power Agency, 11610 North College Avenue, Carmel, IN 46032

















 
Greendale Utilities - Apprentice Lineman
The intent of this description is to provide a representative summary of the essential duties and responsibilities performed by employee.  Employees may be required or assigned other related activities, projects, or tasks other than those specifically presented in this description. The qualifications are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability needed.        
        
GENERAL SUMMARY
Under the direction of the Utility Superintendent or his designet who is responsible for the proper installation, operation and maintenance of the electric transmission and distribution system. Also all related electrical facilities and equipment.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Assists in performing 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 1st year Lineman Apprentice.
  • 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 are all 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 1st year apprentice school.
  • The employee is expected to wear safety items associated with work responsibilities.
  • Perform all other duties as required.
QUALIFICATIONS
KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES
  • High school education or equivalent required. Through 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.
  • A valid Indiana driver’s license is required and will need to obtain CDL within six months after starting apprenticeship.
  • Graduate of Electrical Lineworker School desired. 
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 CONDITION
The minimum working conditions require the employee to work both inside and outside, exposed to noise and adverse atmospheric and environmental conditions.

EXPERIENCE
Entry level position

PROGRESSION SCHEDULE
  • Lineman Apprentice 1st year - 12 months
  • Lineman Apprentice 2nd year - 12 months
  • Lineman Apprentice 3rd year -  12 months
  • Lineman Apprentice 4th year -  12 months
  • Lineman/Serviceman/Crew Leader 1st Class
Employee is expected to be a maximum level of progression in one (1) year from position transfer date or hire date. Progression for each step may     involve the completion of the Line worker Apprentice Program developed by Greendale Utilities. 

APPLICATION
Individuals interested in applying should pick up an application at 510 Ridge Ave., Greendale, Indiana, or may submit an application to Shawn Guidice, Utility Superintendent, at utilitysuper@cityofgreendale.net.

















 
Greendale Utilities - Lineman/Serviceman/Crew Leader 1st Class
The intent of this description is to provide a representative summary of the essential duties and responsibilities performed by employee.  Employees may be required or assigned other related activities, projects, or tasks other than those specifically presented in this description. The qualifications are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability needed. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.   
        
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 responsibilities 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 an 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 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 dutes as required.
QUALIFICATIONS
KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES
  • High school education or equivalent required. Through 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 CONDITION
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.
APPLICATION
Individuals interested in applying should pick up an application at 510 Ridge Ave., Greendale, Indiana, or may submit an application to Shawn Guidice, Utility Superintendent, at utilitysuper@cityofgreendale.net.

















 
Lawrenceburg Municipal Utilities - Utility Director
Lawrenceburg Municipal Utilities (LMU) is currently seeking a Utility Director.  This position oversees the electric distribution system, the sewer collection system, the water distribution system, and the utility billing office.  This position requires professional, technical and administrative work in the management of a variety of municipal utilities projects related to the above mentioned utilities and environmental protection programs.
 
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include, but not limited to, the following: overseeing the design, installation, operation, maintenance, and repair of the Utility systems; review and approve plans submitted by developer and contractors as to the impact on the utility systems, prepares and reviews capital operating budgets; prepare and file reports required by state and federal agencies; directs operation, installation, maintenance and updates of SCADA systems for electric and water systems; assist in recruiting, interviewing, and hiring of department personnel; manages approximately 27 field and billing employees in combined departments; perform duties in a safe manner and report any potential safety hazards to staff; perform an reasonable, temporarily assigned job duties outside the positions' job description, where, in the City's judgement, those duties are necessary in the interest of efficiency, productivity or guest service; receive and follow verbal and written orders from the Mayor; must be a diplomat and advocate for the City and Utilities as a whole; will work side by side with the Mayor and Administration to lead the utility for the benefit of the rate payers.  
 
Requirements/Qualifications:  To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential responsibility satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
  • Associates or Bachelor's Degree Preferred.
  • Leadership and Utility Management experience required.
  • Engineering training/experience preferred.
  • Strong Organizational skills along with excellent oral & written communication ability.
  • Experience in all three utilities is expected, strong experience in electric public power is preferred.
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Qualified applicants may apply online at www.thinklawrenceburg.com through Friday May 22, 2020
 
The City of Lawrenceburg and Lawrenceburg Municipal Utilities is an EOE/ADA Compliant Employer. 

















 
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.