The base location for this position is SEAPA Headquarters in Ketchikan, Alaska. Job duties will require travel to all SEAPA facilities.
The SCADA Network Architect is responsible for reliability, security, configuration, and maintenance of SEAPA's SCADA and communication systems. Systems include: microwave, telemetry, two-way radio, fiber optic, multiplex carrier, VoIP & POTS telephone, SCADA, RTUs, serial comms (RS-232 / RS-485), frame relay, protective relay (transfer trip & power line carrier), PLC's routable networks, physical security (alarms & video surveillance), basic electronics, A/D converters, instrumentation, DC Power, and PV systems. The position performs hydro communications/SCADA networking duties associated with hydroelectric power generation and transmission facilities. Position is salary with a standard work schedule of 5 days/week 8hrs/day.
A complete job description and the electronic application process are available on SEAPA's website at: