As an employee of Clark County REMC you’ll enjoy:
•Comprehensive benefits package, including 401(k) with company match, defined benefit Pension Plan, health, vision, and dental insurance, short- and long-term disability coverage, life insurance and HSA employer contributions.
•Paid time off including, holidays, vacation, sick and personal leave.
•Enjoyable work environment.
•Continuing education with some of the most reputable trainers in the industry.
2 Year Degree
Internal Number: ETS
Clark County REMC is currently seeking a full-time Emerging Technology Specialist to join our dynamic team of operations and engineers. If you would enjoy working in a collaborative environment for a company that truly appreciates its employees then Clark County REMC is looking for you.
Serve as Clark County REMC’s behind-the-meter renewable energy expert and the membership’s point of contact on emerging technologies, such as:
Answer member questions and inquiries pertaining to installation of member-owned renewables, such as availability of and requirements for incentives, tariffs, net metering policies, estimated production, and the impact of the estimated production on energy bills, including the return on investment.
Promote energy efficiency, demand reduction, and beneficial electrification through adoption and management of emerging technologies.
Oversee and review the renewable generation interconnection process.
Design, develop, and deliver educational curricula and training programs, including after normal workings hours as needed, using various forms and formats including, group discussions, lecture, simulations, and videos.
Keep management team up to date on behind-the-meter renewable energy programs, emerging technologies, and funding opportunities.
Research public policy, incentives, and subsidies including government grants that incorporates emerging technologies and engage key stakeholders as opportunities develop.
Monitor new developments, trends, and best practices in emerging technologies. Recommend changes, initiatives, etc. to management for effective processes and procedures within the cooperative.
Keep apprised of changes and developments in pertinent local, state and federal laws, ordinances and rules, as it relates to this position and take appropriate action to stay in compliance.
Perform other duties as required or assigned.
Initiate and manage projects and programs.
Work independently with minimal supervision and frequent interaction with others, both in person and through phone, email, and written correspondence.
Collaborate with cross-functional work groups.
Communicate effectively with management, employees, members and others.
Demonstrate strong decision-making and problem-solving skills.
Present to groups of any size (employees and others) with comfort and skill.
Possess excellent written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to describe and explain complicated or sensitive information, as well as the ability to listen.
Demonstrate intermediate-level proficiency in the Microsoft Office Suite.
Clark County Rural Electric Membership Corporation (REMC) was incorporated in 1939 to provide electricity to areas of our community that had no other means of receiving it.
We currently serve electricity to members living in Clark, Floyd, Jefferson, Scott, and Washington counties. Clark County REMC is a distribution cooperative; we do not generate our own electricity. We purchase our power from Hoosier Energy REC, which is headquartered in Bloomington, Indiana. Hoosier Energy is a Generating and Transmission Cooperative owned and controlled by 17 rural electrics in the southern and central parts of Indiana that receive electricity from that organization.
The REMC has historically acted as an 'energy source' to spur economic growth in our communities and to create a better style of living. Our mission continues to be to provide reliable electricity and services to our members. This includes working toward the future, meeting the demands of our member/owners, being good stewards of our environment and being a good corporate, community citizen. After all, we work for some pretty important people... our REMC members, and it's a job we'll never take for granted.