Full time position responsible for the operation and control of various aspects of Holy Cross Energy’s (HCE) power system. Monitors status of HCE’s power system, keeps informed of operating conditions affecting the safe and reliable operation of the power system. Dispatches Operations’ personnel for maintenance or emergency repairs to the power system.
High School diploma or equivalent required; degree in Engineering or related field preferred.
Two or more years system operations and/or field operations experience preferred.
Valid CO Driver’s License.
Proficiency in MS Office.
Must be able to work nights, weekends, and holidays – rotating shift schedule to provide 24/7/365 monitoring of HCE electric distribution system.
Holy Cross Energy provides safe, reliable, affordable and sustainable energy and services that improve the quality of life for our members and their communities.
We are proud to provide energy and services to farms, ranches and friendly rural communities in the Colorado River (New Castle, Silt, Rifle and Battlement Mesa), Eagle River (Dotsero, Gypsum, Eagle, Edwards, Wolcott, Avon and Vail) and Roaring Fork Valleys (Carbondale, Basalt, Snowmass Village and Aspen), as well as major ski resorts located in the Aspen and Vail areas and others in the tourist and outdoor recreation industry. Our headquarters is located in Glenwood Springs; we have District offices in Gypsum and Avon, Colorado. We believe in being a conscientious steward of our natural resources, and have been a pioneer in leading several long-standing programs supporting efficiency, conservation and renewable energy. HCE was one of the first utilities in Colorado to offer Net Metering to its consumers, and was among utility pioneers in offering consumers the option of purchasing renewable energy to offset their carbon footprint. HCE has provided thousands of complimentary Residential Energy Audits since the 1980's.
Our... employees: Are empowered to lead at all levels. Are committed to the safety and welfare of themselves, their co-workers and the general public. Create teams that build on the strengths of each individual. Are accountable, take ownership and responsibility for their words and actions. Are guided by integrity in their decision making, treatment of one another and follow through on their commitments. Strive to treat each other and our members with the highest degree of respect, empathy and trust. Are committed to meeting our member’s needs and expectations
Our service territory is rich in outdoor recreational opportunities, including skiing/snowboarding, hunting, fishing, hiking, camping, golfing, biking, whitewater rafting/kayaking, soaking in a hot springs and many others.