Company Name: Mycoff, Fry & Prouse LLC on behalf of EWEB
Job Title: General Manager
Number of Openings: 1
Position Type: Management
Posting Start Date: March 3, 2016
Eugene Water and Electric Board (EWEB) was founded in 1911 and is Oregons largest customer-owned utility. EWEB serves over 89,000 electric customers and 52,000 water customers with annual revenues of $300 million and approximately 520 employees, one-third of which are represented by organized labor. EWEB is the only publicly-owned utility in the State that owns and operates appreciable power generation facilities. The power portfolio is virtually carbon-free and drinking water comes from the McKenzie River, a glacially-fed source of the purest water available nationally. The electric and water utilities possess excellent system reliability, superior bond ratings, and regularly receive high customer and employee satisfaction ratings. EWEB has a reputation for innovation and industry leadership, along with a long history of progressive investment in conservation and renewable resources. The General Manager reports to an elected five-member Board of Commissioners and is responsible to create a compelling vision and mission to ensure long-term success and positive organizational progress and change. The GM also develops and recommends short- and long-range plans, goals, and associated budgets to ensure adequate power and water supplies, reliable service delivery, sufficient physical plants, reliable infrastructure, efficient operational methods, and sound fiscal, business and process management.
Qualified candidates must be visionaries and strategic thinkers. Ideal candidates for the General Manager position will offer a proven track record of management and leadership that includes success in an electric and/or water utility. Expertise should include enough breadth and scope of experience to allow the General Manager to work at a strategic level and be able to assign qualified experts in all areas of utility operations. EWEB will require a leader with exemplary communication and people skills. EWEB also seeks candidates who are fiscally knowledgeable and able to establish, execute, and achieve the utilitys annual budget. Candidates who possess knowledge of power supply issues are considered ideal. In addition, the successful candidate must share EWEBs values regarding environmental ethics. Compensation will be dependent on experience and abilities and will include a competitive fringe benefit package.
How to Apply:
Please submit resumes by March 31, 2016 to Pat Prouse at Mycoff, Fry & Prouse, firstname.lastname@example.org (800) 525-9082
Posting End Date: March 31, 2016