DAIRYLAND POWER COOPERATIVE has an immediate opening for a Manager, Maintenance. Work location is at our power plant in Alma, WI. This individual is to provide the leadership for all maintenance activities, including preventive and predictive maintenance procedures. Ensure that data acquisition systems are maintained and updated with current history. Enable training for division personnel so skill levels are maintained and increased. Manage and coordinate all maintenance and capital projects relative to specific area of responsibility. Coordinate all Information Technology related upgrades/projects at the facility.
Education & Experience: Bachelor’s Degree in mechanical, electrical or other relevant engineering field, or other relevant four-year degree, with a minimum of three (3) years experience in utility generation; one (1) year of which was in a position responsible for significant capital and/or operations and maintenance decisions or expenditures. OR Equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered.
Skills: Supervisory training, labor relations, including a working knowledge of the labor agreement and administration skills. Develop an awareness of pertinent government regulations. Any necessary training must be accomplished at the first available opportunity after hiring date. Knowledge of operations, maintenance, design and construction of steam-generating facilities and equipment; skilled in the management, organization and negotiation with and motivation of personnel. Computer literacy required.
Licenses and Certifications: Professional Engineering license is desirable. Valid Driver’s License required.
Applications must also have a resume uploaded for consideration.
Dairyland Power Cooperative Human Resources P.O. Box 817 La Crosse, WI 54602-0817
Dairyland Power Cooperative is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
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.