MEUA Member Employment Ads

 

Village of Wellsville

23 N. Main Street

Wellsville, NY 14895

Lineworker

 

The Village of Wellsville, Department of Public Works, is presently accepting applications to fill a vacancy in the Municipal Electric Division.  This position will require working with high voltage electric and will encounter working at considerable heights in possible adverse conditions.  The position will also require completion of a 4-year apprentice Lineworker program as set forth by the Municipal Electric Utilities Association and the NYS Department of Labor.

Qualifications – The ideal candidate will possess an Associates Degree from an accredited electrical trade school or three (3) years of equivalent experience in the commercial electric trade, a valid NYS CDL driver’s license, and reside within a fifteen (15) minute drive of the Village of Wellsville.

Applications will be accepted at the Village of Wellsville, Department of Public Works, 200 Bolivar Road, Wellsville, NY 14895 through 09/04/2020.  The Village of Wellsville is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

 

Village of Marathon

18 Tannery Street

Marathon, New York 13803

Lineworker

 

The Village of Marathon, an equal opportunity employer, is accepting resumes for an Electric Utility Worker (Lineman).  Minimum qualifications are high school graduation and journeyman lineman certification. This work consists of erection, installation and maintenance of overhead and underground electric distribution systems.  Work requires rigid observance of safety protocol, working during inclement weather conditions, climbing utility poles and handling high voltage.  Supervision and inspection may be exercised over work while in progress and upon completion. 

 

The successful candidate may, from time to time, be assigned to other duties consistent with the operation of a municipal electric utility.  Salary will be dependent on relevant experience.  The Village of Marathon offers a competitive benefits package.  

 

Resumes must be submitted to Village of Marathon, P.O. Box 519, Marathon, NY  13803 or may be dropped off at the Village Office, 18 Tannery Street, Marathon, NY.  Please contact Eric Leet at 607-849-6795 or email marathonpower@stny.rr.com with any questions.

 

Village of Churchville

23 East Buffalo Street

Churchville, New York 14428

Lineworker

 

The Village of Churchville, an equal opportunity employer, is accepting resumes for a full time Electric Utility Worker.  This work consists of construction, installation and maintenance of overhead and underground electric distribution systems.  Responsibilities require strict observance of safety protocol, working during inclement weather conditions, occasional nights & weekends, climbing utility poles, and handling high voltage.  Supervision and inspection may be exercised over work while in progress and upon completion. 

 

The successful candidate may, from time to time, be assigned to other duties consistent with municipal operations that may require heavy lifting.  The position will also require completion of a 4-year apprentice Lineworker program as set forth by the Municipal Electric Utilities Association.

 

Minimum Qualifications – High School diploma or equivalency diploma, a valid NYS CDL driver’s license, and reside within a twenty (20) minute drive of the Village of Churchville.  Experience working on a power distribution system preferred.

 

Salary will be dependent on relevant experience.  The Village of Churchville offers a competitive benefits package.  Drug screen, DOT physical and background check required.

 

Resumes must be submitted to Village of Churchville, Attn: Paul Robinson P.O. Box 613, Churchville, NY 14428 or may be dropped off at the Village Office, 23 East Buffalo Street, Churchville, NY.  

 

Village of Solvay

1100 Woods Road

Solvay, New York 13209

Electric Department

Superintendent

 

Salary Range: $80,000-90,000 Annually

Start Date: January 2021

 

Job Description:

The work involves responsibility for the daily management and supervision of the Village of Solvay Electric Department. The Superintendent is responsible for planning construction, coordinating operation of power stations, transmission lines, and distribution systems, and supervising staff. An employee in this class carries out work in accordance with general policies of the village board of trustees and its Electrical Committee with wide leeway for the exercise of independent judgement in carrying out technical duties of the work. General supervision is exercised over a large number of technical and clerical subordinates. Does related work as required.

 

Work Activities:

Manages, plans, organizes and directs all departmental activities involving the operation, construction, maintenance, repair and modification of the village electrical distribution system.

Reviews information relating to the extension and development of village territory and resulting increase in demand for service and plans to meet these demands.

Oversees the procurement and installation of equipment including transformers, switching equipment, instrumentation, and storage facilities.

Formulates and presents to the Mayor and Village Board, budgets, financial requirements, and long and short-term goals, with the supporting data for discussion and approval.

Initiates, evaluates, accepts and submits major capital expense items and policy revision recommendations to the Mayor and Board for consideration and approval.

Studies load and system problems to devise methods to solve same.

Represents and works with the Board, at meetings, contract negotiations and in public relation matters.

Supervises line workers as well as technical and clerical subordinates.

In the absence of the representative for the MEUA, must interface with regulatory agents such as PSC, NYPA, NYMPA, and the electric commission.

 

Necessary Skills and Abilities:

Thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of maintenance and operation of a village electrical system.

Thorough knowledge of the management, planning, and development of electrical power programs.

Good knowledge of the principles and practices of administration.

Good knowledge of the principles and practices of supervision.

Ability to develop plans, work schedules, programs, and designs for construction, repair, and modification of electrical utilities.

Ability to direct, coordinate, and supervise the activities of the department.

Ability to make effective written and oral presentations.

Ability to communicate effectively with the public.

Physical condition commensurate with the demands of the position.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Six (6) years of professional supervisory level work experience, or its part-time equivalent, in business management which must have included operations planning and job cost analysis, working or contracting for a municipal or private electric power company.

NOTE: Electrical contracting work must have been with a municipal or private electric power company.

NOTE: Home, building construction or industrial contracting does not qualify.

 

Please email resume and references to hdecarlo@villageofsolvay.com for consideration.

 

Village of Solvay

1100 Woods Road

Solvay, New York 13209

Electric Department

Assistant Superintendent

 

Salary Range:  $75,000-85,000 Annually

Start Date: January 2021

Job Description:

The work involves responsibility for assisting in the daily management and supervision of the Village of Solvay Electric Department. An employee in this class is responsible for scheduling and directing the day-to-day and long-term activities of various departments and the crews. Under general supervision of the Electric Department Superintendent, an employee in this class carries out work in accordance with general policies of the Village Board of Trustees and its Electrical Committee with wide leeway for the exercise of independent judgment in carrying out technical duties of the work. General supervision is exercised over a large number of technical and clerical subordinates. An employee in this class is required to be on call at all times in order to direct staff during emergencies. Does related work as required.

Work Activities:

Assists in managing, planning, organizing and directing departmental activities involving the operation, construction, maintenance, repair and modification of the village electrical distribution system.  Schedules, directs and supervises day-to-day operations for the line departments.  Responsible for the layout and design of new line replacements and inspects installation and repair of distribution system and advises Superintendent of problems.  Maintains SCADA system and responsible.  Assists in overseeing the procurement and installation of equipment including transformers, switching equipment, instrumentation, and storage facilities.  Assists in studying load and system problems to devise methods to solve same.  Works with Superintendent, Electric Commission and Solvay Village Board to develop and implement written policies and procedures.  Assists Superintendent in identifying training needs for staff; trains and documents safety training of personnel.  Assists in evaluating effectiveness and development of personnel.  Oversees all interaction with contractors and staff; schedules and manages work of contractors.  Coordinates with outside agencies and community at large on projects requiring modification or expansion.  Attends board meetings and executive sessions for input and discussion on all policy and personnel issues.  Supervises line workers as well as technical and clerical subordinates.  Acts for Superintendent in the latter’s absence.

Necessary Skills and Abilities:

Good knowledge of the principles and practices of maintenance and operation of a village electrical system.   Good knowledge of the management, planning, and development of electrical power programs.  Good knowledge of power distribution concepts and implementation.  Good knowledge of the principles and practices of supervision.  Ability to develop plans, work schedules, programs, and designs for construction, repair, and modification of electrical utilities.  Ability to evaluate and suggest changes to policies.  Ability to promote Solvay Electric Department’s community commitment while meeting overall goals.  Ability to plan, direct and supervise effectively the work of subordinate employees.  Ability to coordinate and schedule work assignments. 

Minimum Qualifications:

Five (5) years of professional supervisory level work experience, or its part-time equivalent, in business management which must have included operations planning and job cost analysis, while working or contracting for a municipal or private electric power company.

NOTE: Electrical contracting work must have been with a municipal or private electric power company.
NOTE: Home, building construction or industrial contracting does not qualify.

 

Please email resume and references to hdecarlo@villageofsolvay.com for consideration.

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