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Electric Line Worker Apprentice - City of Alachua
Electric Line Worker Apprentice - City of Alachua

GENERAL PURPOSE This position performs semi-skilled to skilled work in the construction, maintenance and repair of overhead and underground electrical distribution and transmission systems. Employee is responsible for the performance of semi-skilled tasks in accordance with standard trade... Continue Reading

Postedby Garnie Holmes (deleted)
Date posted04/15/2024


Electrical Engineer - City of Alachua
Electrical Engineer - City of Alachua

GENERAL PURPOSE This position is independent professional and technical engineering work in the area of public utilities requiring application of standard engineering principles and procedures. Work is performed under the general supervision of the Engineering Supervisor. To view complete... Continue Reading

Postedby Garnie Holmes (deleted)
Date posted04/15/2024


Florida Public Power Utilities Earn National Designation for Reliability
Florida Public Power Utilities Earn National Designation for Reliability

Three Florida municipal electric utilities have earned re-designation as a Reliable Public Power Provider (RP3)® from the American Public Power Association (APPA) for providing reliable and safe electric service. Earning the designation again this year are Kissimmee Utility Authority, Fort... Continue Reading

Postedby Nicole Albers
Date posted04/11/2024


Justices Agree to Speed Up FPL Rate Case
Justices Agree to Speed Up FPL Rate Case

Article reposted with permission from The News Service of Florida. The state Supreme Court on Thursday agreed to speed up its handling of a renewed fight about a 2021 settlement that increased Florida Power & Light’s base electric rates. The court issued an order approving FPL’s... Continue Reading

Date posted04/11/2024


KUA Honored with National Award For Outstanding Safety Practices
KUA Honored with National Award For Outstanding Safety Practices

Kissimmee Utility Authority has earned the American Public Power Association’s Safety Award of Excellence for safe operating practices in 2023. The utility earned Diamond Status in the category for utilities with 250,000 to 999,999 worker-hours of annual worker exposure. More than 160... Continue Reading

Date posted04/10/2024


HR Analyst - City of Leesburg
HR Analyst - City of Leesburg

Nature of Work This position is a full-time, non-exempt, non-supervisory position reporting to, and at the direction of, the Human Resource Director. The purpose of this class is to perform a wide variety of professional human resource services, which include administrative duties,... Continue Reading

Date posted04/8/2024


Budget Analyst - Electric - City of Lake Worth Beach
Budget Analyst - Electric - City of Lake Worth Beach

SUMMARY: This is a professional position assisting in budget development together with monthly tracking and reporting in support of either the Electric or Water Utility Departments. Other activities undertaken by the incumbent in this role will include development, tracking, and reporting on key... Continue Reading

Postedby Garnie Holmes (deleted)
Date posted04/8/2024


Public Information Officer - City of Green Cove Springs
Public Information Officer - City of Green Cove Springs

This is a highly responsible administrative position, coordinating communications that promote the City of Green Cove Springs. Work is performed under the general direction and supervision of the City Manager and/or the Assistant City Manager. Work is reviewed through media placements,... Continue Reading

Postedby Garnie Holmes (deleted)
Date posted04/8/2024


Florida Public Power Utilities Win Big at National Lineworkers Rodeo
Florida Public Power Utilities Win Big at National Lineworkers Rodeo

This past weekend, Florida public power participants brought home more than half of the awards, including the first-place overall apprentice and journeyman, presented at American Public Power Association’s 22nd annual Public Power Lineworkers Rodeo, held April 5-6, in Lafayette, Louisiana.... Continue Reading

Postedby Nicole Albers
Date posted04/8/2024


KUA to Stage Mock Disaster Ahead of 2024 Hurricane Season
KUA to Stage Mock Disaster Ahead of 2024 Hurricane Season

Kissimmee Utility Authority staff members will take part in a mock disaster drill on Wednesday, April 10 to test the readiness of the utility for this year’s hurricane season. The Atlantic hurricane season begins June 1 and ends November 30. The four-hour drill will involve a wide range of... Continue Reading

Date posted04/8/2024


FPL Asks Justices to ‘Expedite’ Rate Appeal
FPL Asks Justices to ‘Expedite’ Rate Appeal

Article reposted with permission from The News Service of Florida. Pointing to a “strong interest in obtaining finality,” Florida Power & Light on Monday asked the state Supreme Court to speed up consideration of a renewed fight about a 2021 settlement that increased the... Continue Reading

Date posted04/8/2024


Duke Electric Bills Could Dip in June
Duke Electric Bills Could Dip in June

Article reposted with permission from The News Service of Florida. Duke Energy Florida on Monday joined Tampa Electric Co. in seeking approval to reduce customer bills in June because of lower-than-expected costs of natural gas. Duke filed a proposal at the state Public Service Commission to... Continue Reading

Date posted04/8/2024