Control Systems, Electrical Engineering, Telecommunications
4 Year Degree
The Office of Public Utilities is seeking individuals of all experience levels to fill several Engineer vacancies in the City’s Electric Transmission & Distribution Division including the departments of Electric Operations, Transmission Planning, Distribution Planning, T&D Standards, Substation Engineering, and System Protection Engineering. These positions require knowledge, skill and mental development equivalent to completion of a bachelor’s degree in an engineering discipline from an accredited university. Ability to obtain an Engineer-in-Training (EIT) in Illinois or a Professional Engineer (PE) registration in Illinois is preferred. The level of position will be based on experience and education. Current employees (where applicable) and persons hired or rehired after 1-1-17 shall maintain their bona fide residence within the corporate limits of the city during all periods of service. Newly hired or rehired employees have 12 months from date of hire to establish city residency.
About City Water Light and Power - Springfield, IL
City Water, Light and Power is a division of the City of Springfield, IL. From its inception as a tiny water works company in the mid-1800s to its role today as the largest municipal utility in Illinois, CWLP has had a long and proud history. The utility has become an integral part of the Springfield community, providing service and value that extends far beyond the high-quality drinking water and low-cost electric power produced at the utility's combined lakeside filtration plant and generating stations. Springfield boasts a strong education economy driven by numerous colleges, technical schools and universities including the University of Illinois at Springfield (UIS), Lincoln Land Community College, Midwest Technical Institute, St. John’s College of Nursing, Southern Illinois University School of Medicine and the Capital Area Career Center. Springfield is home to a wide variety of cultural, arts, and entertainment activities and is known as the hometown of President Abraham Lincoln