Employment Opportunities

Headquarters:  Anchorage, AK

FLSA:         Non Exempt

Travel:       >90% within Rural Alaska

Alaska Village Electric Cooperative, Inc. has an opening for a Maintenance Technician I

Specialty: Generation

OBJECTIVES

This position will organize, assist, direct and perform construction work on-site required to serve member villages with electrical energy through a diesel generation and distribution system.

Principal Tasks and Duties

  1. Performs duties and assigned tasks at the direction of the Operations Manager.
  2. The incumbent will perform complex maintenance skills in major overhauls and repairs, replacement of parts, assemblies and preventative maintenance, such as dismantling, examining and replacing defective parts as necessary, fabricate or improvise temporary replacement.
  3. Instruct AVEC Plant Operators in the proper operation and maintenance procedures of electrical power plans and power distribution systems, including necessary forms required for information and upkeep of a power plant and safety rules.
  4. Repair and perform necessary corrective and preventive maintenance to the power plant building, fuel tank farm and distribution systems.
  5. Be capable of general familiarity and perform elementary repairs to electrical distribution systems. Take on more complex tasks on distribution systems as knowledge and experience is improved.
  6. Perform inspections, maintenance and major modifications, handle complex troubleshooting and repair situations and perform complete major overhauls without outside assistance involving diesel engines from 25 to 1,000 hp and regulated generators from 15 to 750 KW.
  7. Bench check repairable components and subassemblies. Determine the extent of repair/rebuild and accomplish the same.  Inspect completed or “in progress” work to assure compliance with standard procedures and technical publications.  Direct, supervise and inspect work of Maintenance Technicians I apprentice who may be assigned to assist in overhaul of component assemblies.
  8. May be required to assist in construction and engineering projects.
  9. Will repair on/off road mobile equipment used in support of AVEC’s projects.
  10. The incumbent is required to complete all required forms, reports and other necessary paperwork in a timely manner as directed.
  11. Must safeguard, protect and assure the proper use of all AVEC funds and/or property, including monies received of members for transportation to the central office, travel requests, purchase order books, tools and materials.
  12. Must employ sound judgment in selecting modes of transportation and weigh carefully all costs before using charter service.
  13. Must be reliable, dependable and fully cable of working independently on complex assignments and supervise other employees after a short indoctrination to the system.
  14. Assists in the inspection of village systems and is alert and reports safety hazards to the Utility Board, Plant Operator or AVEC staff and corrects as soon as possible.
  15. Particularly alert to avoid any environmental damage, oil spills or similar mishaps.
  16. The incumbent works in a safe manner and insures the property of others or the Cooperative is not damaged.
  17. Complies with, and insures others comply with, all aspects of the OSHA for work performed.
  18. The incumbent may be required to take a written and/or oral test to establish the level of job knowledge prior to upgrading.
  19. Employee must be insurable by the Cooperative insurance company at standard insurance rates, the individual must maintain a driving record during all periods of employment which permits insurability at standard insurance rates, and the individual must be willing to consent to release of information regarding his/her driving record on an annual basis.
  20. The incumbent will perform other duties and special assignments as required.
  21. Other duties as assigned.

Education Requirement(s): High School Diploma (or equivalent)

Experience Requirement(s): 1+ years of Diesel and Electrical experience (or equivalent)

AVEC provides a stellar benefit package and a competitive salary, salary is DOE. Standard pre-employment drug and alcohol screening, background check as well as a post-offer physical are required.

Interested applicants must submit a completed application to applications@avec.org  or mail to:

Human Resources Department
Alaska Village Electric Cooperative, Inc.
4831 Eagle St.
Anchorage, Alaska 99503

To download AVEC’s Employment Application click HERE.

Closing Date: This position is open until filled

Wage: DOE

Other:     At least 18 years of age

AVEC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Matanuska Electric Association, Inc. (MEA) is currently recruiting for a Senior Manager of Operations. This position is responsible for the oversight of the functional areas of line maintenance, clearing, mechanic shop/rolling stock, and building facilities.

Qualified candidates must be self-directed, deadline driven, possess strong project management skills, and have excellent collaborative leadership, interpersonal, and organizational skills. The successful candidate will embody and promote MEA’s Core Values to include promoting safe work practices, integrity, teamwork, communication, and continuous improvement.
MEA is a progressive generation, transmission, and distribution member-owned cooperative, with a service area of over 4,300 square miles, serving over 50,000 members.

MEA offers a competitive compensation package which includes exceptional benefits. These benefits include: medical, Rx, dental and vision insurance (low premiums and deductibles), an optional health and dependent care flexible spending account, long-term disability insurance, accidental death and dismemberment insurance and life insurance. MEA also provides two pension plans: a 100% employer paid Defined Benefit pension plan, and an optional 401(k) Defined Contribution pension plan with a 2% employer match. In addition to the generous benefit package, MEA offers a PTO plan that accrues per length of service (22 days accrued after the first year, up to 30 days accrued after 8 years of service), and 11.5 paid holidays.

This position will report to MEA’s offices in Palmer, Alaska, nestled in the Matanuska-Susitna (Mat-Su) Valley, surrounded by the majestic Chugach Mountain Range, just 45 miles from Anchorage.

Come join our dynamic, collaborative team where you will have an opportunity to contribute your expertise at one of the most desired employers in the Mat-Su Valley.

For a complete list of detailed job qualifications and to apply online, please visit MEA’s website at www.mea.coop. MEA is an EEO/M/F/D/V employer.

Alaska Village Electric Cooperative, Inc., a generation and distribution utility serving 58 villages in Alaska, is seeking a Accounts Payable Clerk (A/P Clerk).

Alaska Village Electric Cooperative, Inc.

Position:                     Accounts Payable Clerk (A/P Clerk)
Department:             Accounting
Location:                    Anchorage, AK
Wage Range:             5
FLSA:                            Non-Exempt
Travel:                         less than 10%
Supervisor:                Manager of Administrative Services

Overview:

This position is responsible for Accounts Payable activities to include invoice coding, data entry, file maintenance, reconciliation, as well as monthly closure of Accounts Payable. Other daily tasks may include other accounting functions to support the needs of the department. Work will vary from accounts payable invoice and payment processing, answer incoming phone calls, AP file management, communicating with vendors and employees, researching discrepancies, as well as other general accounting support.

  • Coordinate proper receiving of invoicing and secure department level approval; correctly code and input multiple invoices of varying complexity into accounts payable software.
  • Maintain accurate and organized accounts payable files and records by updating files and performing routine maintenance.
  • Perform and complete weekly accounts payable check runs.
  • Complete and reconcile monthly closure of accounts payable.
  • Communicate with Cooperative vendors and internal staff to gather additional information, verify discrepancies, and other general required communication using phone, e-mail, written, and interpersonal communication methods.
  • Maintain plant operator payment files and prepare monthly Plant Operator Payments. Interface with city governments and village operators on a regular basis.
  • Assists with routine Office tasks to include: daily mail sorting, filing, batching cash, trip report and per diem processing, and similar tasks as needed.
  • Perform other duties and special assignments required to meet the needs of the Cooperative.

Position Specifications:

Education:                             High School diploma or equivalent

Certification:                        N/A

Experience:                          1-3 years at similar complexity or responsibility

Areas of Experience:

Accounts payable

Knowledge and Skills:

  • Excellent communication skills, ability to communicate clearly and accurately orally and in writing
  • Interpersonal skills sufficient to establish trust and credibility internally and externally
  • Adapts to change quickly and easily
  • Professionalism and ability to adapt in diverse environment to maintain a positive work environment.
  • Creates opportunities or minimizes potential problems by anticipating an preparing for these in advance
  • Works to build a sense of common purpose across all work groups, avoiding a “we versus them” attitude
  • Knowledge of employment and benefit laws and regulations
  • Skills required to interpret laws and regulations and to formulate compliance policies and practices
  • Proficient in use of computer programs including Microsoft Outlook, Excel, Word, and PowerPoint
  • Excellent research and analytical skills
  • Good problem-solving skills
  • Good planning, organizing, and prioritizing skills
  • High-degree of flexibility to meet multiple and changing priorities

AVEC provides a stellar benefit package and a competitive salary, salary is DOE. Standard pre-employment drug and alcohol screening are required. Submit completed application and resume to Alaska Village Electric Cooperative, Inc., 4831 Eagle Street, Anchorage, AK 99503-7497.

Visit AVEC’s jobs page for more information by clicking here.

Electric Utility Superintendent
Wrangell Municipal Light and Power

The City and Borough of Wrangell is recruiting for an Electric Utility Superintendent to lead the Borough’s Light and Power Department.

Under the direction of the Borough Manager, the Electric Utility Superintendent plans, directs, coordinates and supervises the activities and personnel of Wrangell Municipal Light & Power, including all construction, operations, personnel, and maintenance activities in the department.

The Superintendent performs regular evaluations and directs maintenance tasks to ensure proper generation and distribution operation, oversees the operation, maintenance and repair of the diesel generating plant and distribution system. They are responsible for all electrical maintenance, new work in power plant, overseeing and performing building maintenance, and repair duties to ensure that all power plant structures and distribution infrastructure are safe and operating efficiently. Additionally, they provide leadership to all electrical employees, prepare an annual budget for the electrical department and reports to the Borough Manager on the electrical department’s operations.

Preferred education and experience include completion of an electrical apprenticeship program or trade school diploma, as well as extensive industrial maintenance and electrical work experience, considerable in-depth knowledge of electric generation and distribution operations to ensure that equipment installation and construction is done safely, efficiently, and according to specifications. Requires experience with contract bidding, good verbal and interpersonal skills, thorough knowledge of required electrical codes and standards as well as the ability to inspect building electrical systems. Mechanical knowledge and skill to oversee operations, maintenance and repair of diesel generators safely and efficiently is expected.

This is a full-time, salaried position with full benefits, at Grade 30. The full job description and employment application can be found online at www.wrangell.com/jobs.

To be considered, submit a cover letter, résumé, and completed employment application
via e-mail to amollen@wrangell.com, or in person to City Hall, 205 Brueger St., Wrangell, AK 99929.

Applications will be accepted until end of business August 17, 2018, but will be reviewed as received.

The City and Borough of Wrangell is an equal opportunity employer.

Lisa Von Bargen
Wrangell Borough Manager

Headquarters:  Anchorage, AK

FLSA:         Non Exempt

Travel:       >90% within Rural Alaska

Alaska Village Electric Cooperative, Inc. has an opening for a Maintenance Technician I

Specialty: Construction/Welding

OBJECTIVES

This position will organize, assist, direct and perform construction work on-site required to serve member villages with electrical energy through a diesel generation and distribution system.

Principal Tasks and Duties

  1. Performs duties and assigned tasks at the direction of the Operations Manager.
  2. The incumbent will perform complex maintenance skills in major overhauls and repairs, replacement of parts, assemblies and preventative maintenance, such as dismantling, examining and replacing defective parts as necessary, fabricate or improvise temporary replacement.
  3. Instruct AVEC Plant Operators in the proper operation and maintenance procedures of electrical power plans and power distribution systems, including necessary forms required for information and upkeep of a power plant and safety rules.
  4. Repair and perform necessary corrective and preventive maintenance to the power plant building, fuel tank farm and distribution systems.
  5. Be capable of general familiarity and perform elementary repairs to electrical distribution systems. Take on more complex tasks on distribution systems as knowledge and experience is improved.
  6. Perform inspections, maintenance and major modifications, handle complex troubleshooting and repair situations and perform complete major overhauls without outside assistance involving diesel engines from 25 to 1,000 hp and regulated generators from 15 to 750 KW.
  7. Bench check repairable components and subassemblies. Determine the extent of repair/rebuild and accomplish the same.  Inspect completed or “in progress” work to assure compliance with standard procedures and technical publications.  Direct, supervise and inspect work of Maintenance Technicians I apprentice who may be assigned to assist in overhaul of component assemblies.
  8. May be required to assist in construction and engineering projects.
  9. Will repair on/off road mobile equipment used in support of AVEC’s projects.
  10. The incumbent is required to complete all required forms, reports and other necessary paperwork in a timely manner as directed.
  11. Must safeguard, protect and assure the proper use of all AVEC funds and/or property, including monies received of members for transportation to the central office, travel requests, purchase order books, tools and materials.
  12. Must employ sound judgment in selecting modes of transportation and weigh carefully all costs before using charter service.
  13. Must be reliable, dependable and fully cable of working independently on complex assignments and supervise other employees after a short indoctrination to the system.
  14. Assists in the inspection of village systems and is alert and reports safety hazards to the Utility Board, Plant Operator or AVEC staff and corrects as soon as possible.
  15. Particularly alert to avoid any environmental damage, oil spills or similar mishaps.
  16. The incumbent works in a safe manner and insures the property of others or the Cooperative is not damaged.
  17. Complies with, and insures others comply with, all aspects of the OSHA for work performed.
  18. The incumbent may be required to take a written and/or oral test to establish the level of job knowledge prior to upgrading.
  19. Employee must be insurable by the Cooperative insurance company at standard insurance rates, the individual must maintain a driving record during all periods of employment which permits insurability at standard insurance rates, and the individual must be willing to consent to release of information regarding his/her driving record on an annual basis.
  20. The incumbent will perform other duties and special assignments as required.
  21. Other duties as assigned.

Education Requirement(s): High School Diploma (or equivalent)

Experience Requirement(s): 1+ years of Diesel and Electrical experience (or equivalent)

AVEC provides a stellar benefit package and a competitive salary, salary is DOE. Standard pre-employment drug and alcohol screening, background check as well as a post-offer physical are required.

Interested applicants must submit a completed application to applications@avec.org  or mail to:

Human Resources Department
Alaska Village Electric Cooperative, Inc.
4831 Eagle St.
Anchorage, Alaska 99503

Closing Date: This position is open until filled

Wage: DOE

Other:     At least 18 years of age

AVEC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Headquarters:  Anchorage, AK

FLSA:         Non Exempt

Travel:       >90% within Rural Alaska

Alaska Village Electric Cooperative, Inc. has an opening for a Maintenance Technician II 

Specialty: Journeyman Electrician

OBJECTIVES

This position will organize, assist, direct and perform construction work on-site required to serve member villages with electrical energy through a diesel generation and distribution system.

Principal Tasks and Duties

  1. Performs duties and assigned tasks at the direction of the Operations Manager.
  2. The incumbent will perform complex maintenance skills in major overhauls and repairs, replacement of parts, assemblies and preventative maintenance, such as dismantling, examining and replacing defective parts as necessary, fabricate or improvise temporary replacement.
  3. Instruct AVEC Plant Operators in the proper operation and maintenance procedures of electrical power plans and power distribution systems, including necessary forms required for information and upkeep of a power plant and safety rules.
  4. Repair and perform necessary corrective and preventive maintenance to the power plant building, fuel tank farm and distribution systems.
  5. Be capable of general familiarity and perform elementary repairs to electrical distribution systems. Take on more complex tasks on distribution systems as knowledge and experience is improved.
  6. Perform inspections, maintenance and major modifications, handle complex troubleshooting and repair situations and perform complete major overhauls without outside assistance involving diesel engines from 25 to 1,000 hp and regulated generators from 15 to 750 KW.
  7. Bench check repairable components and subassemblies. Determine the extent of repair/rebuild and accomplish the same.  Inspect completed or “in progress” work to assure compliance with standard procedures and technical publications.  Direct, supervise and inspect work of Maintenance Technicians I apprentice who may be assigned to assist in overhaul of component assemblies.
  8. May be required to assist in construction and engineering projects.
  9. Will repair on/off road mobile equipment used in support of AVEC’s projects.
  10. The incumbent is required to complete all required forms, reports and other necessary paperwork in a timely manner as directed.
  11. Must safeguard, protect and assure the proper use of all AVEC funds and/or property, including monies received of members for transportation to the central office, travel requests, purchase order books, tools and materials.
  12. Must employ sound judgment in selecting modes of transportation and weigh carefully all costs before using charter service.
  13. Must be reliable, dependable and fully cable of working independently on complex assignments and supervise other employees after a short indoctrination to the system.
  14. Assists in the inspection of village systems and is alert and reports safety hazards to the Utility Board, Plant Operator or AVEC staff and corrects as soon as possible.
  15. Particularly alert to avoid any environmental damage, oil spills or similar mishaps.
  16. The incumbent works in a safe manner and insures the property of others or the Cooperative is not damaged.
  17. Complies with, and insures others comply with, all aspects of the OSHA for work performed.
  18. The incumbent may be required to take a written and/or oral test to establish the level of job knowledge prior to upgrading.
  19. Employee must be insurable by the Cooperative insurance company at standard insurance rates, the individual must maintain a driving record during all periods of employment which permits insurability at standard insurance rates, and the individual must be willing to consent to release of information regarding his/her driving record on an annual basis.
  20. The incumbent will perform other duties and special assignments as required.
  21. Other duties as assigned.

Education Requirement(s): High School Diploma (or equivalent)

Experience Requirement(s): 2+ years of Diesel and Electrical experience (or equivalent)

Technical Education (Electrical) – Formal training in the theory of electricity with appropriate completed certificate, plus six (6) months of practical experience; or attend an 18 week commercial or military electrical power generating Plant Operator course with appropriate completed certificate, plus two (2) years practical experience;  or one (1) year experience working in regular contact with electrical generators, regulating equipment and distribution systems and completion of not less than two of the following correspondence or vocational courses with appropriate completed certificates:

-Basic Electricity
-Electric Transmissions & Distribution
-Electrical Wiring
-Schematic and Wiring Diagram Reading
-Generator and Motor Theory

AVEC provides a stellar benefit package and a competitive salary, salary is DOE. Standard pre-employment drug and alcohol screening, background check as well as a post-offer physical are required.

Interested applicants must submit a completed application to applications@avec.org  or mail to:

Human Resources Department
Alaska Village Electric Cooperative, Inc.
4831 Eagle St.
Anchorage, Alaska 99503

Closing Date: This position is open until filled

Wage: DOE

Other:     At least 18 years of age

AVEC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Job Title: General Manager
Location: Middle Kuskokwim River area.

TravelRequired:
Yes, refer to job description.

Level/Salary Range: $90,000 DOE Position Type: Full time

Board Contact: William O Nesbit ‐ President Date posted: May 3, 2018
Will Train Applicant(s): Successful applicant will receive training from outgoing GM.
Posting Expires:
When filled

Posted at: Tribal Councils, Chuathbaluk City Council, APA, various job posting sites

ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Responsible for the safe, efficient, and reliable operation of our electrical power generation, distribution systems and bulk
fuel tank farms in Chuathbaluk, Crooked Creek, Red Devil. Sleetmute and Stony River.
 Supervise employees
 Maintain a qualified workforce
 Maintain good customer relations
 File all Federal, State and local reports on time
 Order and track supplies
 Maintain inventory and company financials
 Assure compliance with all EPA, ADEC, Coast Guard, NEC, NESC and OSHA safety standards
 Respond to emergency situations calmly, quickly and safely

QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
Experience in Management of Electrical Power Generation and Distribution Utilities highly preferred.
High School diploma or GED equivalent.

PREFERRED SKILLS
Background in electrical power generation and distribution systems. Good people working skills. Electrical power and
electronic troubleshooting skills. Familiarity with John Deere, Kabota and Deutz Diesel Engine operation, maintenance
and repair procedures. Proficient in MS Office suite and basic accounting procedures in Quickbooks Online.

ADDITIONAL NOTES
For a more complete job description call (907) 524‐3360 or email Baumgartner.ernie@gmail.com

Reason for job: Provide environmental compliance and permitting support for GVEA power plant facilities.
Interface with regulatory agencies and GVEA staff to ensure compliance with existing and
future environmental regulations, with a primary focus on air quality and a secondary focus on
water quality and waste management. Help ensure that GVEA meets and exceeds regulatory
compliance, reporting and record keeping requirements.

Job Specifications:

SKILLS:
• Thorough knowledge of current environmental laws
and regulations, particularly those related to air,
water and waste.
• Considerable knowledge of regulations governing
the electric utility industry and methods and
techniques for emission measurement.
• Strong knowledge of computer applications, and
data analysis techniques.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Ability to prepare complete and comprehensive
reports.
• Ability to work independently and meet required
deadlines.
• Cooperative, friendly attitude towards fellow
employees, professional contacts, vendors and the
general public.

EDUCATION:
• Bachelors of Science (BS) degree in
Environmental Engineering, Civil
Engineering, or Science field.

The application period for this positions closes on February 26, 2018, at 5 p.m. For more information, visit GVEA’s website by clicking here.

The City of Seward is seeking applications from interested persons for the position described below. All applicants should deliver a cover letter, application for employment, and current resume to the Personnel Office at 410 Adams Street, Seward, Alaska 99664.

OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR:
This is a regular, full-time position with starting pay at $28.93/hour (R20.5). This position assists the Utility Manager with the operations of the electric department to include, but not limited to, performing planning, organizing, directing, coordinating and controlling the activities of the electric department in accordance with established regulations, policies, plans, budgets and objectives.

Qualifications/Requirements
Skills in basic electrical engineering, project management, operation of power systems and utility construction techniques. Knowledge of electrical codes and standards. Experience in field engineering and inspection of electric utility construction. Capable of understanding engineering drawings, interpreting standard specifications and basic engineering manuals and performing basic surveys and staking.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Plans, assigns and directs work of the electric utility line crew and inspects work accomplished by contractors or City crews.
Ensures emergency stand-by generators are operational at all times.
Assists the Utility Manager with the following duties:
• developing plans and budgets and managing projects for the Electric Department which will accomplish the objectives and mission of the Electric Department and provide a means of measuring progress and results;
• providing a periodic evaluation of the utility system with the Utility Manager to make recommendations for necessary maintenance and replacement, including compliance with the National Electric Safety Code;
• developing operating procedures and utilizing equipment and technology that will improve productivity, customer service, safety and employee morale;
• coordinating the correction of voltage, power factor, and load factor problems;
• analyzing outage reports on a regular basis to identify service reliability problems and develop and recommend methods of improving service reliability;
• keeping informed of new technology and product development as it relates to the operation and maintenance of the City’s electric distribution system and Electric Department.
Is the primary “Load Dispatcher” during emergencies.

Promotes positive customer relations by overseeing the department’s responsibilities toward the
public.

Manages and otherwise directs as delegated by the Utility Manager, the activities of the Electric
Department by being available for questions and giving information to other department’s
employees to insure a comfortable, knowledgeable, and confident working department.

Attends meetings, special courses and seminars to facilitate training, keep informed and stay
abreast with current industry trends. This may require occasional travel from the area.

Participates in general staff meetings, strategic planning, and other internal meetings as directed.

Addresses customer problems or complaints through field visits to the site and investigation of
circumstance and load history studies. Recommend or initiate corrective action as required.

Summarizes and analyses personnel and property damage reports and recommends remedial
action for improvement of loss prevention.

Communicates right-of-way clearing needs for the distribution and transmission system.

Must have the ability to organize work and files, and to work independently.

Recommends long-range and short-term equipment requirements in areas of distribution line
construction and maintenance. And have them ready for the start of budget process.

Maintains a system of records, reports and statistical charts and data of pole inspections, work
productivity, safety and training thus utilizing that information for planning of improvement in
operating practices.

Plans and recommends system improvements and new capital projects for the following budget
cycle. Prioritizes known system improvements and new capital projects.

Assists the Utility Manager with investigations of employee accidents and prepares reports of
personnel injuries, accidents and possible property damage claims.

Continues to train and/or research new technologies to improve the electric system and
infrastructure

Assists the Utility Manager with studies and reviews accident reports and determines remedial
or preventative actions.

Performs other administrative and engineering functions as assigned.
Serves as the acting Utility Manager in their absence

Successful applicants must pass a background investigation and drug testing. Preference may be given to current City employees. A complete job description and employment application can be obtained from the City of Seward Personnel Office, 410 Adams Street, (907) 224-4074 or by emailing tfoster@cityofseward.net.

The City of Seward is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer

SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE POSITION
Rate of Pay: Depends on Experience
APPOINTMENT INFORMATION: This is a full time position. Occasional overtime may be required and this position may also involve weekend work or performance of duties before or after normal business hours.
DUTIES: This position will be responsible for the daily operation of the customer service front desk. Duties include answering a multi-line phone system, taking customer payments and answering customer inquiries. Prepares reports, maintains updates on consumer account records daily and processes new applications for service and cooperative membership. Is the primary point of contact between customers, office staff, plant operators and the line crew. Performs other administrative support duties as assigned.
QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: Qualifications and rate of pay will be determined by evaluating experience and education. Qualifications requirements include:
 Ability to provide clerical services.
 Effective communication skills.
 Knowledge of computers and common office software.
 Experience providing customer service.
 Ability to type 40 words per minute.
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
 Completion of High School Diploma or GED equivalent.
 Favorable suitability of standard pre-employment background check prior to employment.
 Valid Drivers License required.
BENEFITS: Working for Naknek Electric Association offers a comprehensive benefits package that may be made available after a favorable standard employee evaluation six (6) months after date of hire.
HOW TO APPLY:
 Letter of Interest
 Resume
 Two (2) professional or personal references
 Company Job Application
Completed application packages should be submitted to DKing@NEA.Coop and must be received by the closing date of the announcement. Incomplete applications may result in no consideration.
Alaska Village Electric Cooperative, Inc., a generation and distribution utility serving 57 villages in Alaska, is seeking Lead Diesel Mechanic for its Bethel, Alaska plant. This position requires experience maintaining diesel engines and associated equipment, including overhauling, troubleshooting, tear down and rebuilding of the engines. This position will also act as a Lead and resource for Plant Operators and Mechanics at the Bethel plant. Qualified applicants must have knowledge and experience with circulating pumps and other mount driven equipment, as well as working understating of electrical and power generating systems. Some welding and fabricating knowledge is preferred, but not required.

Must be able to lift, wrench, and manipulate parts, equipment and tools both mechanical and stationary. Current generation system at this location includes six (6) 16-645 EMD engines with heat recovery systems.

Must be able to work flexible hours, shift work as needed, and on call.

Education Requirements: High School Diploma (or equivalent)

Experience Requirements:  

5-7 years of similar experience and complexity

AVEC provides a stellar benefit package and a competitive salary, salary is DOE. Standard pre-employment drug and alcohol screening as well as a background check are required.  Interested applicants must submit a completed application to applications@avec.org  or mail to:

Human Resources Department
Alaska Village Electric Cooperative, Inc.
4831 Eagle St.
Anchorage, Alaska 99503

 

 

Interested applicants must submit a completed application to applications@avec.org  or mail to: Human Resources Department Alaska Village Electric Cooperative, Inc. 4831 Eagle St. Anchorage, Alaska 99503

To download AVEC’s Employment Application click HERE.

Wages: DOE

This position is open until filled.

AVEC IS an EOE.