Hendricks Power Cooperative in Avon, Indiana is now accepting applications for the position of Energy Advisor. Hendricks Power is a rural electric cooperative which focuses on distributing electric service to members in 4 counties. This is an exciting opportunity for a detailed-oriented, problem solver, good listener, self-starter, highly organized, friendly person who enjoys working in a team environment.
The major responsibilities include performing energy efficiency audits to the cooperative members and provide information based on the findings of the audits to help members improve their energy usage. This person will also perform the electrical safety program with local schools and provide energy saving tips to the community.
3+ years of experience/knowledge with construction
Knowledge of electrical and HVAC equipment, wiring, building principles, building performance standards, schematics, diagrams and blue prints.
3+ years of experience within the electrical utility industry preferred.
Must have and maintain a valid driver’s license
Personal & Position Qualifications
Must have the physical ability to work inside a deadline-oriented office environment and sit for extended periods of time and operate computer work station, interact frequently with others, both in person and through phone, email, and written correspondence.
Must have the physical ability to push, pull, lift, carry, and move up to 30 pounds.
Must have the physical ability to work indoors, climb ladders and enter crawl spaces and attics in various environments.
Must have the physical ability to work outdoors in all weather conditions including inclement weather, extreme temperatures.
Must be able to walk on various terrains and be exposed to loud noises, dirt/dust, fumes/odors both indoors and outdoors.
Must be able to frequently operate a vehicle and drive safely throughout the cooperative’s territory.
Must safely operate machinery and equipment used to perform energy audits.
Must be able to read, write and speak English and have strong interpersonal and excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Must have the ability to communicate effectively with management, employees, members, customers, and others.
Must have a high level of grammar, spelling, and proofreading capabilities.
Must have a high level of math skills and be able to perform financial and payroll calculations.
Must have above average detail orientation and ability to ensure accuracy of information for self.
Must be able to work effectively daily, with patience and respect, with a variety of individuals.
Must be able to work, organize and manage several tasks simultaneously.
Must be highly organized and able to meet project deadlines.
Must have ability to maintain confidentiality.
About Hendricks Power Cooperative
As an electric cooperative, Hendricks Power is part of the nation's largest energy network which includes 1,000 electric cooperatives, public power districts, power supply generation and transmission cooperatives, statewide associations, regional trade and service associations, supply and manufacturing cooperatives, data processing cooperatives and employee credit unions. Electric cooperatives alone serve 32 million customers in 46 states, and cover more land mass than any of the nation's single electric utilities.
Hendricks Power Cooperative celebrated its 65th anniversary in 2001. Formed in 1936, following the creation of Franklin D. Roosevelt's Rural Electrification Administration (REA), Hendricks Power Cooperative started with a small meeting of 12 people, farmers and rural residents, unable to convince the local utility, which was owned by investors, to build lines to serve them. They claimed it simply wasn't profitable to provide service to such sparsely-populated areas.
The formal construction of these rural electric lines began the summer of 1937. On January 1, 1938, the first 122 miles of line was energized. Approximately 400 members received power to their homes a...nd farms for the first time. The name Hendricks County Rural Electric Membership Corporation (REMC) was adopted, as the cooperative slowly grew.
Today, Hendricks Power Cooperative serves over 30,000 members in Hendricks, Putnam, Morgan and Montgomery counties.