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Posted:
1/20/2018
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After Hours Coordinator
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After Hours Coordinators

Kootenai Electric Cooperative is located in scenic North Idaho, the heart of abundant recreational opportunities. Settled in a beautiful lakefront mountain setting, it is a favorite destination for tourists. Just outside our back door are national forests, lakes, rivers, and trails offering plenty of opportunities for hiking, biking, boating/water sports, fishing, hunting, golfing, snow sports, and much more. The four distinct seasons offer recreational opportunities year round. The Coeur d'Alene/Hayden metropolitan area also offers a variety of entertainment and shopping venues and is a short 45 minute drive to Spokane, Washington and access to domestic and international air travel.

Purpose of Position: The After Hours Coordinator position is responsible for monitoring outage calls after hours, identifying the outage on KEC's outage management system and relaying outage information to the on-call lineman. This work typically will be performed away from the office when the office is not regularly staffed.

Job Responsibilities/Essential Functions:
1.Outage Management
a.Monitor outage management system and communication for outage management.
b.Communicate all outage information to on-call lineman.
c.Monitor dead line clearances for line crews in the software system.
d.Utilize communication system phone notification for member up-dates during outages.
e.Maintain phone and radio communication with line crews.
f.Communicate and coordinate with members as needed.
g.Monitor and relay information from other emergency response agencies.
h.Maintains accurate outage log.
2.Communication and Teamwork: Keeps line crews well informed. Reports and written communication are clear, timely and relevant. Clear, correct verbal communication. Good listener, tries to understand others. Effective in communicating with varied groups or individuals. Enthusiastic team worker, helps others, promotes harmony among fellow workers, team members, supervisors and KEC members. Responds well to suggestions and criticism. Adapts easily to change, reacts well to additional or different assignments. Actions consistent with objectives and goals of the Cooperative.
Non-essential functions:
3. Performs other duties assigned

Job Requirements:
1.Education/Experience:
a.High School graduate or general educational development equivalent required.
b.Experience as an emergency responder or similar experience preferred.
2.Knowledge and Skills:
a.Utility knowledge and experience preferred.
b.Proficiency in Microsoft Office.
c.Proficiency in KEC mapping system, system operations, and Mayday instructions.
3.Time Requirements: Must be able to work in excess of 12 hours during outage situations.
4.Mental Demands: Must be able to work in stressful conditions during extended outages.
5.Qualified applicants will not be a family member of a current employee in the following positions: Lineman, Foreman, Apprentice Lineman, Lineman Assistant/Operator, General Foreman, or similar position.
6.Working Conditions/Hazards
a.Long hours at times
b.Travel may be required for training purposes.

Position open through February 5, 2018. Equal opportunity employer - Minority/Female/Veteran/Disability.


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About Kootenai Electric Cooperative

Kootenai Electric Cooperative, Inc. (KEC) is a member-owned electric utility in Hayden, Idaho. The Cooperative provides competitively priced, quality energy services to its members and is governed by an independent seven-member elected Board of Directors. Kootenai Electric has more than 22,000 member accounts and nearly 2,000 miles of electric line in parts of Kootenai, Benewah, Bonner and Spokane counties. Kootenai Electric employs 75 people and is the largest electric cooperative in Idaho. KEC purchases all the electricity it sells from the Bonneville Power Administration. Kootenai Electric is a private, nonprofit electric utility owned by the members it serves. We sell power at cost. In the early 1930s, prior to the establishment of electric cooperatives like KEC, nearly 90 percent of rural America was without electricity. While more populated areas had power, it was not cost effective for investor-owned electric utilities to bring power out to the rural areas. In 1936, Congress acted by creating the Rural Electric Administration. The agency offered the loans to rural citizens wishing to form locally-owned electric cooperatives. On May 19, 1938 KEC began supplying power to 385 members. Since then KEC has been steadily growing and provides power to our member owners the Cooperative Way.