Columbia River PUD - Engineering & Operations Joint-Use Coordinator
Open Until Filled
Working independently and collaboratively with others, this position plays an integral role in executing CRPUD’s mission, philosophy, and commitment to providing safe, reliable power to our community and exceptional service to our internal and external customers. All employees are also expected to maintain a high level of trust, integrity, and ethical standards.
Provide administrative support for Engineering and Operations as a joint-use program coordinator. Perform skilled inspections of electric utility facilities and maintain records to ensure utility facilities and joint-use program remain in compliance with appropriate codes and established policies and procedures. Coordinate facility inspections, ensure accurate mapping and recordkeeping, and follow up as necessary to ensure violations are corrected in an efficient and timely manner.
Education & Experience
· High School Diploma or equivalent.
· Three years’ combined experience in Engineering or utility environment.
· Valid driver’s license. Other driving-related requirements may apply depending on the nature and scope of responsibilities associated with driving on behalf of CRPUD.
· Associate’s degree in any area of Engineering.
$28.42 - $40.52 per hour depending on qualifications
How to Apply
You may visit our office in Deer Island to pick up an application packet, call us at (503) 397-1844 to have an application packet mailed to you, or download a complete application packet on our website here.
Incomplete and/or late applications will not be considered.
If you require accommodation to participate in our application process, please contact Human Resources at (503) 397-1844. Columbia River PUD is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, mental or physical disability, age, uniformed/military service or veteran status, marital status, use of the workers’ compensation system, expunged juvenile records, or any other protected status or activity