To provide skilled and specialized line design services consistent with engineering standards and procedures in order to help meet the objectives of the Engineering Department and the Cooperative; to provide improved customer service in the form of better coordination, planning, and execution of larger and longer term construction projects; and communication in a team oriented environment in accordance with the vision, mission, and values of the Cooperative.
EDUCATION: Require Associates degree related to electrical distribution systems. Require courses for staking technician and additional courses in transformers, power substations, voltage regulators and generators, plat layout reading, engineering planning, and engineering economy. Require Line Design & Staking Certification Program Level III.
EXPERIENCE: Require five (5) years of experience in electric distribution work including progressive engineering work related to staking layout for construction, mapping and line construction specifications. Require experience in physical design and layout of single phase overhead and underground primary distribution lines, extensions of three phase overhead and underground primary distribution lines, underground subdivision and commercial layouts, single phase and three phase overhead and underground transformer installation. Require knowledge of substation operational procedures and standard to commercial outdoor lighting designs.
KNOWLEDGE: Require a working knowledge of electrical distribution line design fundamentals, including single phase and three phase primary line extensions, line construction materials and methods, sizing of transformers, metering and selection of advanced protection devices. Require a working knowledge of electric distribution design for application of sound engineering practices in construction layout of service drop locations, single phase and three phase line extensions, sizing of transformers, reclosers, regulators, preparation of CAD drawings, drafting and surveying. Require a basic knowledge of circuit loading and phase balancing. Require thorough working knowledge of JEMC staking activities, JEMC construction specification manual, geographic information system, work order processes, and customer relations. Require proficiency to utilize all computer systems used in the work order process, including the work order program, customer information system, and automated staking system. Require a knowledge of the basic principles of electricity, AC circuits and standard voltage and service configura
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Internal Number: 2021-52-004
About Jackson EMC
Jackson Electric Membership Corporation, one of the largest electric cooperatives in Georgia and the nation, is headquartered 50 miles northeast of Atlanta in Jefferson, Ga. The cooperative serves more than 226,194 meters. We have a strong market presence due to the reliable electric supply, personal customer service, high customer satisfaction and reasonable rates that we offer. Our ownership through Oglethorpe Power Corporation, in addition to strategic power contracts, gives us the ability to offer competitive rates.