Dairyland Power Cooperative, an electric utility headquartered in La Crosse, WI is seeking an Electrical Engineer. This individual will design, specify, evaluate, and coordinate the installation of protective relaying, metering, control schemes, circuit breakers, motor-operated switches, transformers, voltage regulators, grounding, etc. to ensure a properly designed and engineered transmission and substation network. As a team member, resolve problems that may impact Dairyland and its member cooperatives and municipals. Ensure regulatory compliance requirements are being met. Provide continuing technical support to other departments and Dairyland’s member cooperatives and municipal customers.
Dairyland Power Cooperative offers a competitive salary and a great range of benefits. To view the full job description and to apply online, please visit us at jobs.dairylandpower.com/careers
Applications will be accepted until staffing needs are met.
Must submit college transcripts.
Dairyland Power Cooperative is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
Education & Experience: BSEE – Power Systems option preferred. Three years of experience. This experience must be in the area(s) of power systems, electric machinery, protective relaying, metering, control systems, telecommunications, or electronics desirable. Electric utility experience is preferred.
Skills: A working knowledge of AC three-phase systems, protective relaying, metering and computer-aided drafting. The ability to read and understand manufacturer’s drawings, technical bulletins, instruction leaflets, etc. Adaptability to computer methods for daily work duties is desirable. Ability to communicate effective both verbally and in writing. Engineering Economics knowledge.
Licenses and Certifications: Registered Professional Engineer or Certified Engineer-in-Training (EIT) actively pursuing registration. Valid Driver’s License.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
About Dairyland Power Cooperative
Dairyland is proud of its history as a pioneer in rural electrification. The generation and transmission cooperative formed in 1941, bringing light and power to the homes and farms in “America’s Dairyland.” Specifically serving rural communities and countryside, Dairyland continues to ease work conditions and improve quality of life for residents by delivering a safe, reliable supply of energy in its four-state service territory.