Current Job Openings
Clarksville Connected Utilities is now accepting applications through April 16, 2021 for Electric Manager.
The Electric Manager must be able to understand standard electrical distribution, construction, and maintenance methods. These roles include but are not limited to, receiving projects from the General Manager and ensure they are completed in a timely manner, resolve conflicts within the department as well with the public, and work with and assist other department managers and the General Manager as needed. The manager will plan, organize, direct, and review the work of employees in the operation and maintenance of the Electric Department.
The position requires the individual to oversee trouble calls and emergency work to ensure a high safety standard as well as minimal outage time for the customers. Authorize and track expenditures within the Electric Department. Assist the General Manager in the preparation of an annual budget by providing input relative to the Electric Department’s current and future needs. Works under the general supervision of the General Manager. Responsible for overseeing all things related to the daily operations of the Electric Department. Interaction with customers, sales representatives, contractors, plant managers, community leaders and other electric utility leaders projecting a positive image for the utility and the city.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Have a Bachelor Degree in Engineering, or related field; Six years of electric utility experience, three years of which is in a managerial or supervisory role. -OR- High School diploma or Equivalent; Ten years of experience in electric distribution, three of which is in managerial or supervisory role. -OR- Any combination of related education, experience, certifications and licenses that will result in successfully performing the essential functions of the job.
Clarksville Arkansas is located in Johnson County and nestled between the Arkansas River and the Foothills of the Ozark Mountains, Interstate 40 and US Highway 64 intersect within the city limits. Clarksville-Johnson County is widely known for its peaches, scenic byways and abundance of natural outdoor recreational activities which include abundant hunting, fishing, floating, and walking trails. Visit www.clarksvillear.gov for an overview of our beautiful community.
CCU is locally owned and operated with excellent pay and benefits. CCU is an Equal Opportunity, Drug Free Workplace.
Applications may be dropped off at the CCU Business Office @ 400 West Main Street Clarksville, AR. 72830 between 8:00 a.m. & 5:00 p.m. or can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.