Hydro Plant Electrician

Company Name: Placer County Water Agency
Phone Number: (530) 823-4958
City: Auburn
State/Provence: California
Zip: 95604
Job Title: Hydro Plant Electrician
Number of Openings: 1
Position Type: Electrician
Posting Start Date: February 13, 2017
Salary: $38.073 – $48.592
Salary Per: Per Hour
Work Time: 40
Work Time Type: Hours
Duties:

JOIN OUR OUTSTANDING TEAM OF PROFESSIONALS!

Placer County Water Agency encompasses the entire, 1,500-square-mile boundary of Placer County, ranging from the rim of the Sacramento Valley on the west to the Sierra Nevada and Lake Tahoe on the east. The Agency is headquartered in Auburn and carries out a broad range of responsibilities including water resource planning and management, retail and wholesale supply of irrigation water and drinking water, production of hydroelectric power and watershed stewardship across Placer County.  We are seeking talented candidates to join our team for the position of:

HYDRO PLANT ELECTRICIAN

$38.073 – $48.592 per hour, DOQ, plus excellent benefits

PCWA is seeking an engaged individual to join its hydroelectric electrical maintenance team to install, service, maintain and troubleshoot electrical and electronic systems and equipment associated with the Agency’s multi-purpose hydroelectric facilities.  This position will be based out of the Agency’s Power System offices in Foresthill, CA.

Experience Required:

The ideal candidate for this position will possess progressively responsible experience in the installation, maintenance, repair and modification of electrical equipment at hydroelectric facilities. Completion of a vocational certificate of completion in electrical or industrial electrical training or completion of a recognized Electrical Apprenticeship Program is required.

How to Apply:

Visit our website for detailed recruitment information and to complete the on-line application: www.pcwa.net.

Applications must be received on/before Friday, March 10, 2017.

PCWA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Posting End Date: March 10, 2017