President / General Manager
Southern Illinois Power Cooperative is a generation and transmission cooperative providing wholesale electric power to seven member distribution cooperatives and three wholesale customers in Illinois.
Annual revenues are $200M and assets are approaching $1B. SIPC owns coal fired and natural-gas fired generation plants which are located in Williamson and Washington Counties, Illinois. In addition, SIPC has long term power contracts for hydro in the TVA region and wind located in Paxton, Illinois. With cooperatives and customers located throughout the southern portion of Illinois, it owns and operates over 900 miles of high-voltage transmission and multiple substations.
SIPC member cooperatives provide electricity to over 100,000 end-use customers. The service area is primarily residential and agricultural although some members have seen increased load from the resurgence of the local coal industry. Total population served approximates 250,000 people.
SIPC is directed by a 28 member board of directors. Each member distribution cooperative is represented by their general manager and three of their directors. The board meets monthly and sets the policy for the organization.
The President/GM, appointed by the Board of Directors, serves as the top executive of SIPC and reports to the board representing specific districts within its vast service territory. The incumbent keeps the board informed of major developments related to operations, legislation and regulations, future planning and other activities, and provides recommendations to the board on policy matters. The board relies on the President/GM as an authoritative power industry professional for a strategic industry prospective for the industry developments.
This position requires skill and leadership in managing diverse functions and developing a centralized operation with enhanced awareness of cost efficiency and safety. Through subordinate staff, the incumbent directs the activities of over 125 employees and is responsible for selecting and developing the senior management team and providing for orderly management succession.
This position maintains constant liaison with member systems, statewide rural electric association, legislators and political parties, and labor and agriculture groups to assist and strengthen cooperative efforts and to maintain and strengthen SIPC. The incumbent is responsible and accountable for directing the generation of electricity to meet member system demands, transmission of electricity, financial planning, and the development of administrative procedures and representation of SIPC on a local and national level.
Candidates must project a professional and positive attitude, be a team builder, have a strong work ethic, be honest in all dealings, have a collaborative consensus building management style and work well with the employees, member systems and the board. They must have the ability to develop positive long term relationships with its member systems, community organizations, state and federal legislators, associated regional and national organizations, and the board.
The desirable candidate will hold a bachelorís degree in a related field and 15 years of senior management experience in the electric utility industry. Experience with a generation and transmission cooperative is preferred. A graduate degree in business or finance is a plus.
The ideal candidate will have experience dealing with energy & regulatory issues on a state or national level; competitive open market pricing; and will actively participate in national, state, and local related organizations representing SIPC.
SIPC offers a generous and comprehensive benefits package and extremely competitive pay. For more information on SIPC, go to www.sipower.org
Application packages require a cover letter, resume, recent salary history, along with six professional and three personal references, submitted by email only, no later than August 31, 2013 to:
LANGLEY & ASSOCIATES EXECUTIVE SEARCH, INC.
President & CEO
This individual will report to a seven (7) member Board. Cooperative has staff of 29 employees, 1,422 miles of line and approximately 8,000 meters. Majority of our members are rural residential.
Minimum Qualifications: A four year degree in finance, engineering, management or a related degree with a minimum of seven (7) years of progressively responsible management (supervisory) experience is required. Utility/utility-related environment experience preferred. Working knowledge in areas to include finance/budgeting, power supply, economic development, and engineering/operations. Prefer MIP graduate. Experience in union environment helpful. Applicant must have excellent communications, strategic leadership, and proven relationship building skills. Community involvement is an expectation.
Will consider associate degree plus ten (10) years of above experiences.
Selected candidate must relocate/reside to within 25 miles of the cooperative headquarters.
CWEC offers a competitive salary with experience and qualifications and an excellent benefits program. Visit our website at www.cwecoop.com.
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Board will initially review applications in late June 2013. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
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If interested in applying for any of the above positions, please complete a company application which can be obtained at www.midrivers.com, any Mid-Rivers' Business Office or any local Job Service. Submit the completed application to Human Resource Administrator at:Human Resource Office
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Mid-Rivers is an equal opportunity employer. Applicants will be considered without regard to race, creed, religion, color, or national origin. In addition, unless the reasonable demands of the position require it, applicants are considered without regard to age, physical or mental disability, marital status, or sex. Mid-Rivers will consider making reasonable accommodation for applicants with physical or mental disabilities if it will allow them to perform the essential functions of the job.
Chief Executive Officer
The board seeks a people-oriented leader who possesses outstanding communication and management skills. The ideal candidate will be adept at keeping the board continually informed and educated about cooperative operations. Leading and developing the staff are critical skill requirements for this role. The successful candidate will easily engage membership and grow existing relationships with local government and economic development related organizations. Henry County REMC has begun several key initiatives and the selected candidate will demonstrate an ability to continue this momentum.
Henry County REMC offers a competitive salary and benefits package consistent with the industry and representative of the market.
Candidates should electronically submit a cover letter, resume including professional references and/or letters of recommendation, and salary requirements. Complete applications should be submitted by 5:00 p.m. EST, Wednesday, May 8, to email@example.com. Henry County REMC requests no phone calls about this position. Questions may be directed in writing to the email address listed above. All applications are confidential.
Corn Belt will celebrate its 75th Anniversary this year. Founded in 1938 as a not-for-profit electric cooperative, CBEC now serves over 34,000 households and businesses throughout 18 counties in Central Illinois. CBEC maintains over 5,400 miles of energized line throughout its vast territory and purchases its wholesale power from Wabash Valley Power Association, a generation and transmission cooperative based in Indianapolis. CBEC also supplies natural gas to Nicor Gas customers in Illinois through the Customer Select program.
In 1999, Corn Belt Energy Cooperative and Illinois Valley Electric Cooperative merged and became Corn Belt Energy Corporation (CBEC), one of the largest energy cooperatives in Illinois. CBEC is owned by the electric members it serves and is committed to providing reliable, affordable electric power. Over the past 75 years, the membership base has changed dramatically with increased numbers of urban, suburban and commercial customers. CBEC is a growing cooperative with 500 to 1,000 new meters added annually. With a total utility plant of $186M and total assets of $175M, CBEC has an excellent equity ratio and a strong cash position. The Cooperative provides employment to 85 full time dedicated employees.
In 2002, CBEC built a new Central Region headquarters facility located in Bloomington, with its Northern Region serviced by the facilities in Princeton, IL.
The President/CEO, appointed by the Board of Directors, serves as the top executive of CBEC and reports to a 13 member board representing specific districts within its vast service territory.
Candidates should have proven senior management experience in the electric utility industry and experience in, or knowledge of, the areas of strategic planning, finance and accounting, member relations, personnel, and electric operations. It is mandatory the incumbent have strong interpersonal and leadership skills, and excellent oral and written communications skills. Experience in the electric cooperative program is a plus.
Candidates must project a professional and positive attitude, be a team builder, have a strong work ethic, be honest in all dealings, have a collaborative consensus building management style and work well with the employees and the board. They must have the ability to develop positive long term relationships with the consumer members, community organizations, state and federal legislators, associated regional and national organizations, and the board.
The successful candidate will provide strong leadership, vision, advice and assistance to the board concerning industry changes, strategic planning, business objectives, and policy needs that support the cooperativeís mission and provide effective guidance for overall operations for the electric cooperative.
It is required that the successful candidate hold a bachelorís degree; or ten years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. A strong financial background and experience dealing with power supply issues is a plus. Labor relations/union bargaining experience is also a plus.
The ideal candidate will have experience dealing with energy & regulatory issues on a state or national level; competitive open market pricing; and will actively participate in national, state, and local related organizations representing CBE. The incumbent attends board meetings and is active in the Statewide Association, AIEC; and also serves as the Member Representative on the G&T board, WVPA.
With a full NRECA benefit package, annual compensation is commensurate with experience and qualifications. The incumbent should begin work in the fall of 2013.
Application packages require a cover letter, resume, recent salary history, along with six professional and three personal references, submitted by email only, no later than July 31, 2013 to:
LANGLEY & ASSOCIATES EXECUTIVE SEARCH, INC.
This position offers a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefit program. Qualified applicants should fill out an application which can be obtained at the Burke-Divide Electric Cooperative office in Columbus, or by calling the Burke-Divide office and requesting it be sent. It can also be downloaded from www.bdec.coop.
The application should be mailed or emailed along with a resume and three references to:
Application deadline is May 10, 2013.
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Mountrail-Williams Electric offers a competitive compensation package which includes health insurance, short term and long term disability insurance, life insurance, 401k match, $750/month housing stipend. If interested please fill out an application located at the company website www.mwec.com and send an updated resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 701-577-3765 for more information.
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