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Lineman – City of Lake Worth Beach

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Lineman – City of Lake Worth Beach

This position is part of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) based on a 40-hour work week with a starting rate of $37.86-$44.67 per hour. This position will work out of the Utilities Building located at 1900 2nd Avenue North, Lake Worth, FL 33460. In addition, this position... Continue Reading

by Garnie Holmes
05/31/2022


Operational Technologies Network Engineer - City of Lake Worth Beach

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Operational Technologies Network Engineer - City of Lake Worth Beach

Salary Range:$74,876.00 To 93,595.00 Annually This Exempt Full-Time position is part of the Professional Managers and Supervisors Association (PMSA) based on a 40-hour work week with an annual salary range of $74,876-$93,595. In addition, this position offers: Vacation and Sick Leave Accruals 14... Continue Reading

by Garnie Holmes
05/31/2022


Electrical Distribution Engineer - City of Lake Worth Beach

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Electrical Distribution Engineer - City of Lake Worth Beach

Job Description: Under the supervision of the Distribution Engineering Manager (DEM) the Electrical Distribution Engineer (EDE) is responsible for ensuring that system designs and upgrades include features designed to yield improved reliability of all equipment/systems for all the Lake Worth Beach... Continue Reading

by Garnie Holmes
05/31/2022


Director Corporate Strategy - JEA

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Director Corporate Strategy - JEA

Provide governance, oversight, execution and support for JEA's strategic planning process, ensuring alignment to JEA's mission and values, executive priorities and long-term planning assumptions. Develops structure for and facilitates corporate business reviews focused on strategy implementation... Continue Reading

by Garnie Holmes
05/31/2022


Florida Supreme Court tells Public Service Commission it erred on solar energy ruling

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Florida Supreme Court tells Public Service Commission it erred on solar energy ruling

By Jim SaundersNews Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — In an unusual move, the state Supreme Court on Friday said utility regulators need to revise a decision that approved a controversial Duke Energy Florida solar-energy program, saying the regulators’ decision “leaves the court... Continue Reading

by Dave Heller
05/27/2022


KUA releases 2022 hurricane preparedness guide

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KUA releases 2022 hurricane preparedness guide

KISSIMMEE — With the start of the 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season approaching, Kissimmee Utility Authority released its 2022 Osceola Hurricane Handbook, a free, bilingual, comprehensive preparedness guide offered annually to Osceola County residents. A partnership between KUA, Osceola... Continue Reading

by Dave Heller
05/24/2022


Journeyman Lineman - City of Homestead

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Journeyman Lineman - City of Homestead

Skilled technical work involved in the construction, maintenance, and repair of power, lighting, and signal systems. Works with overhead and/or underground electrical systems; work activities include such duties as: installation of wires and parts, connecting transformer banks, and the on-the-job... Continue Reading

by Garnie Holmes
05/23/2022


Commissioner – Florida Public Service Commission

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Commissioner – Florida Public Service Commission

The Florida Public Service Commission Nominating Council is accepting applications to fill the two term vacancies on the Florida Public Service Commission. These are full-time positions appointed by the Governor with official headquarters in Tallahassee and an annual salary presently at... Continue Reading

by Garnie Holmes
05/22/2022


Judge backs regulators on phone, power poles

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Judge backs regulators on phone, power poles

By Jim SaundersNews Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — In an issue that involves major players in Florida’s telecommunications and utility industries, an administrative law judge Wednesday rejected a challenge to a proposed rule about the use of telephone and power poles that line the... Continue Reading

by Dave Heller
05/19/2022


Utility looks to pass along additional fuel costs

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Utility looks to pass along additional fuel costs

By News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — Customers of Florida Public Utilities Co., which provides electricity in parts of North Florida, could see increased monthly bills because of higher-than-expected natural gas prices. The utility filed a notice Wednesday that said it expects to ask... Continue Reading

by Dave Heller
05/19/2022


FMEA holds annual hurricane & storm preparedness forum in Gainesville

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FMEA holds annual hurricane & storm preparedness forum in Gainesville

FMEA Executive Director Amy Zubaly Tallahassee, Fla. – The Florida Municipal Electric Association (FMEA) held its annual Hurricane & Storm Preparedness Forum – a one-day event offering presentations on hurricane preparedness and response, mutual aid, FEMA, and other disaster and... Continue Reading

by Dave Heller
05/18/2022


FPL transmission line gets approval

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FPL transmission line gets approval

TALLAHASSEE — Florida Power & Light got approval Monday from state utility regulators to develop a 79-mile transmission line northwest of Lake Okeechobee. In a brief meeting, the Public Service Commission approved the need for the project, which will link the Sweatt Substation in... Continue Reading

by Dave Heller
05/16/2022