SYSTEM ENGINEER – ELECTRIC DISTRIBUTION
South Central Indiana REMC
Company and Position Summary
South Central Indiana REMC (SCI REMC) is seeking candidates for the position of System Engineer. SCI REMC is the largest not-for-profit electric distribution cooperative in Indiana and a leader in innovative technology. The cooperative focuses on providing safe, reliable, cost-effective electricity and fiber solutions to its members in seven counties in south central Indiana.
The cooperative is headquartered in a new, progressive facility in Martinsville, Indiana located just 30 minutes south of the Indianapolis airport and 20 minutes north of Bloomington, Indiana off of I-69. SCI REMC serves 3,922 miles of energized lines with 34,875 meters and 29,451 electric members and 7,778 residential fiber subscribers. SCI REMC has 163 highly valued, member-focused employees. South Central Indiana REMC (SCI REMC) is a not-for-profit electric distribution, fiber services, member-owned cooperative. The Fiber Division of SCI REMC offers quality broadband services to homes and businesses plus fiber transport systems to ensure a reliable network service with a high level of member/subscriber experience satisfaction.
This is a key position in the Engineering team. The best candidates for System Engineer will have strong initiative, solid technical skills, a drive for detail with strong analytic skills and a collaborative team player to join the Engineering team. The best candidate will either possess a PE or has an EIT, and is willing to work to attain a PE. The position reports to our Sr, Manager, Operations Technology, who has a PE accreditation.
Key Position’s Responsibilities
If you are Interested in this great opportunity and meet the qualifications below, apply confidentially through the SCI REMC website – www.sciremc.com/careers
Resumes received ONLY through the SCI website will be considered.
SCI REMC offers excellent benefits including a pension plan, 401(k) matched savings, healthcare, HSA with a generous employer contribution and much more. Joining the co-op family will prove to be a welcoming, friendly experience where employees are focused on providing the best service to all members and subscribers. Join this unique, not-for-profit business that truly values its team players and encourages life-long learning and development.
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering is required.
Minimum of two years’ experience related to development and implementation of an electric utility system’s engineering plans and programs, with demonstrated ability to lead a team. Three to five years of experience with a rural electric distribution system is preferred. Certification of EIT, preferred with an interest and ability to achieve a PE level. Will consider limited work experience for a motivated EE graduate with great initiative and strong critical thinking skills.