Employment Opportunities

The Village of Clinton has an immediate opening for a journeyman lineman or an apprentice lineman in the Electrical Department. Duties include being responsible for the operation, maintenance, construction and outage restoration of the Village’s municipal electric distribution system.

Must have a high school diploma or GED; have or can obtain a CDL driver’s license; mechanical knowledge and experience operating equipment such as an aerial bucket truck, digger derrick truck, backhoe and power tools preferred. The successful candidate, if less experienced, must promptly complete the line worker apprenticeship program and become a journeyman line worker.

The Village of Clinton is a community with small town values located 25 minutes west of Ann Arbor. Clinton offers an attractive wage and benefit package, commensurate with experience. Applications are available at the Village of Clinton website here. Please submit a completed job application and resume by October 7, 2021, to Village of Clinton, 119 E. Michigan Avenue, Clinton MI 49236, or by email here.


 

The City of Marshall is seeking a Director of Electric Utilities to manage the City’s electrical production, distribution and metering departments. There are approximately 4,500 commercial, industrial and residential electrical customers. The City is seeing a load growth from 27 MW to over 50 MW. A new sub-station is planned for construction in 2022. The successful candidate will be a people person with exceptional leadership skills and solid knowledge of overhead and underground electric distribution, transformers, meters, and budgeting. A full job description can be found here. Will report to the City Manager.

 

Five to eight years of progressively responsible experience required. Municipal utility experience and bachelor’s degree in related field a plus. $120,000 – $130,000 DOQ, plus fringe benefits.

 

Submit resume via mail to Human Resources, 323 W. Michigan, Marshall, MI 49068, or via email here.

 

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/H/V. October 1, 2021 application deadline.


 

Traverse City Light & Power (TCL&P) is accepting applications for a Utility Billing Specialist.

Under the general supervision of the Controller this position performs utility billing and accounting functions within established policies and procedures. Includes all aspects of utility billing management. Serves as primary contact for Light & Power regarding utility billing issues. Assists with customer service, utility payment posting and has direct contact with customers, employees and contractors in regard to utility billing issues.

  • Educational requirements include an associate degree in accounting or related field, bachelor’s degree preferred. A combination of education and experience may be considered in lieu of a degree.

  • Experience requirements include a minimum of one year in computerized or related billing systems.

  • Thorough knowledge of office practices, systems, procedures and equipment, including but not limited to adding machines, photocopiers, multi-line phone systems, e-mail and internet use.

  • Proficient with Microsoft Office products, database and spreadsheet software applications.

A detailed job description and additional minimum qualifications can be viewed at http://www.tclp.org/Page/Careers.

Wage range is $18.79 – $24.41 per hour, dependent on education and experience, with a competitive benefits package.

Please submit resume, cover letter, employment application and three professional references via email here or via mail to TCL&P, Attn: Manager of HR & Communications, 1131 Hastings Street, Traverse City, MI 49686. Position is open until filled.

 

TCL&P is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 


 

Are you a journeyman lineworker that is looking for a place to work where you can go home nightly?  Bay City Electric Light and Power, a division of the City of Bay City, Michigan is seeking full-time Electrical Journeyman Lineworkers to immediately fill multiple openings. This specialized experienced position earns a competitive salary of $45.33 per hour. Our lineworkers are responsible for the construction, maintenance, operations and outage restoration on the utility’s distribution facilities. They operate in a safe and efficient manner, to assure our customers reliable and affordable electricity.

 

As a city employee you will be offered generous personal time off (PTO) which includes vacation, personal, sick, and holiday pay. A robust benefits package including a high deductible health insurance plan with a city-funded health savings account (HSA), dental insurance, as well as life and accidental death and dismemberment insurance is also available. Our city employees also enjoy additional benefits, such as an annual stipend to cover the purchase of authorized FR clothing, an annual stipend to cover the purchase of safety footwear, a defined contribution to a 401(a) plan with Municipal Employees Retirement System of Michigan (with employer and employee percentage contributions), and a Retiree Health Savings Plan with a fixed city percentage contribution which helps employees build assets for medical expenses when they reach retirement age.

 

Requirements:

  • Must be a High School Graduate or obtained a GED equivalent.

  • Must be a certified Journeyman Lineman and possess a Journeyman Lineman card.

  • Must have knowledge and experience with distribution systems.

  • Must possess or be able to obtain a valid State of Michigan Driver’s License with CDL Class B endorsement.

  • Must be readily available to respond to system outages after normal work hours.

Please, do not apply if you cannot meet these requirements. 

 

About Bay City Electric Light and Power
Bay City Electric Light and Power (BCELP) is a municipal utility serving the Bay City area since 1868. Bay City Electric Light and Power (BCELP) is known for reliability, a safe workplace, and employee development. Bay City Electric Light and Power serves 21,000 customers.

 

Work Schedule

  • This is a 40/hour week (with potential paid overtime).

  • Work is conducted locally with no mandatory travel (occasional mutual aid storm work may be available).

  • Must be willing to take occasional on-call trouble truck coverage (paid).

  • Must be readily available to respond to system outages after normal work hours.

Are you Ready?

If you are looking for a new opportunity and meet the job requirements, please click on the link to apply today https://www.applicantpro.com/openings/baycitymi/jobs/1759618/MI-Michigan/Bay-City/Electric-Journeyperson-Lineworker