Kodiak Island has spectacular scenic beauty, is a sportsman's paradise, and offers numerous fishing, hunting, and recreational activities. This is the land of wild Sockeye Salmon, Silver Salmon, King Salmon, Halibut, and the great Kodiak Brown Bear. The Port of Kodiak is consistently ranked as one of the top three fishing ports in the U.S. Approximately two-thirds of the island is National Wildlife Refuge.
Kodiak Electric Association (KEA) is a progressive and innovative stand-alone generation, transmission and distribution electric cooperative located on spectacular Kodiak Island in the Gulf of Alaska, 252 air miles southwest of Anchorage, serving approximately 6,000 meters with 348 miles of distribution line. The cooperative is recognized as an industry leader in implementing sustainable, renewable energy solutions with environmental stewardship, and in 2016, our renewable portfolio of hydro and wind generated 99.7% of our power.
Alaska does not have a state income tax. Beginning in 1982, an Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend has been sent to every eligible resident. In October of 2016, every eligible resident received a dividend of $1,022 as their share of the money from the sale of oil pumped out of the ground in Alaska.
Applicants must qualify as an IBEW Journeyman Electrical Lineman and be able to obtain an Alaska Department of Labor Certificate of Fitness.
KEA offers an excellent salary and a comprehensive NRECA and IBEW benefits package including 401(k) and Pension Plans. This position is open until filled.
TO APPLY: Visit www.kodiakelectric.com for a complete job description and application documents. Contact Nancy B. Sweeney, Human Resources, Kodiak Electric Association, Inc. for more information: email firstname.lastname@example.org; phone 907.486.7709. This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.