Whether you are just beginning your career as a skilled craft worker or have years of experience, OUC offers many opportunities for you to make your mark in the energy industry. We are looking for people trained to operate and maintain the equipment and facilities that we use to provide energy to our customers.
Energy Delivery Operations
In Energy Delivery Operations, employees manage the systems that monitor and control OUC’s energy infrastructure. This job requires a basic understanding of an electric power system with an above-average understanding of math and electric theory. You must be proficient in the use of the Microsoft Office Suite including, Word, Excel, Outlook, database and work management software.
Line Technicians install and repair cables, wires and other equipment that you typically see on utility poles and transmission towers. As a Line Technician, you will need to use safety equipment, climb utility poles or operate truck mounted buckets to reach equipment. You will need to identify and replace defective devices, such as fuses, switches and wires; inspect and test power lines; install underground cables and operate large equipment, such as bucket trucks, line digger trucks and cranes.
Maintenance & Repair
The Fleet and Facilities divisions service and maintain a wide range of facilities/properties, equipment and vehicles across the organization including a diverse fleet of vehicles that ranges from line trucks to electric vehicles. Fleet and Facilities is responsible for keeping mechanical and technical equipment in proper working order. Employees must demonstrate the ability to interact with customers and co-workers and provide a high level of customer service and satisfaction.
Power plant employees are responsible for the operation and maintenance of OUC’s diverse fleet of power generation units that utilize coal, natural gas and even landfill gas to serve Central Florida. Ideal candidates possess the ability to solve problems, defuse conflicts and effectively achieve resolutions. You must be dedicated and decisive, with an ability to make decisions based on available information.
The team at Water Distribution is responsible for maintaining the state’s second largest water system with more than 1,700 miles of underground pipe. Ideal candidates must be accurate, dependable and innovative problem solvers with a high degree of technical competence. We need people who understand or are able to learn the methods, materials, tools, equipment and practices used in the installation, repair and maintenance of water mains and equipment. They must also be aware of the hazards and safety precautions involved in the work.
OUC provides water to about 420,000 people in Orlando and parts of unincorporated Orange County. Water Production is responsible for the general operation, maintenance and installation of water treatment plant equipment and systems. Ideal candidates are willing to take responsibility to get the job done at a very high level. They must be able to diagnose and resolve complex problems.
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