MPE is dedicated to being the area’s preferred employer. We employ more than 60 people in Grand and Jackson Counties. Current openings are listed below. Mountain Parks Electric, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and provider.
MPEI is accepting applications for a full time SCADA-Substation Technician. This position will be located at our company headquarters in Granby, CO.
MPEI owns and operates approximately 1600 miles of line operating at 25kV with approximately 21,000 meters. MPEI is headquartered in Granby, Colorado at 7,935 feet, 90 miles from Denver International Airport and 25 minutes from Rocky Mountain National Park. Experience gold-medal fishing in the Colorado and Fraser Rivers. Take a boat out on Lake Granby, the second largest body of water in Colorado – and near Shadow Mountain and Grand Lakes. Explore miles of hiking trails, connecting Granby to Fraser, Colorado. Top notch mountain bike trail systems, down-hill bike park and cross country trails at nearby resorts.
The successful candidate must be a graduate of an approved electric distribution-training program or have proof that they are a recognized Journeyman Lineman at another utility or have a recognized Journeyman Lineman, Substation Electrician, and/or Industrial/ Residential Electrician Certificate with a minimum six (6) years’ experience in related field. Must have and maintain a valid Class A CDL (commercial driver's license) in Colorado. Must have a high school diploma or equivalent. Must be able to complete a structured, four year substation technician certification unless proof is provided of a previous recognized equivalent program. Must reside within a 45 -minute response time of service area center.
Interested candidates should submit their resume and cover letter and contact us to complete an application. This position will remain open until filled.
Compensation Range: $32.83-$52.46 depending on experience. Interested candidates should submit their letter of intent and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. This position will remain open until filled.
Benefits: Full time employees qualify for a suite of benefits including: Medical, Dental, Vision, Group Life Insurance, Long Term Disability, 401(k), and paid time off programs, among other benefits.
Mountain Parks Electric is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
MPE Operations department has an immediate opening for a Seasonal Locator.
This position will be seasonal with a flexible schedule, less than 1000 hours, June through November, based out of the Mountain Parks Electric headquarters in Granby, CO.
The successful candidate must understand the concept of providing quality service to MPE’s members and agree to maintain a continuing commitment to courtesy and professionalism. The candidate will locate and mark MPE’s underground facilities in the Grand County area using various devices at member/contractors request within the prescribed time limit. They will be required to open energized underground equipment for the purpose of connecting underground locating devices.
The candidate must have and maintain a valid driver’s license in the state of Colorado. High school diploma or equivalent required.
Compensation Range: $19.20-$41.61 depending on experience.
Benefits: Part time and seasonal employees qualify for partial benefits such as paid time off and 401(k) depending upon hours worked.
Mountain Parks Electric is an equal opportunity employer.
“I really like working here. My job is interesting, fun and rewarding. My co-workers' professionalism and personalities create an enjoyable work atmosphere.”
- Lindsay, Read Auditor/Customer Service
“Mountain Parks Electric is a great place to work! I enjoy working for a rural electric cooperative.”
- Nathan, Journeyman Lineman
Mountain Parks Electric, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer & provider
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