Clark Public Utilities Works!
Keeping the lights on for our customers requires dozens of unique skill sets and a variety of experience levels in every area of operation.
Careers range from Journeyman Linemen who work outside year round, to customer service representatives, engineers and designers, accountants, technology related positions, administrative roles, maintenance positions, warehouse positions, and more.
With a customer-focused culture, competitive wages and generous benefits – Clark Public Utilities works!
To apply for a job opening, email your resumé to email@example.com.
Clark Public Utilities is an equal opportunity employer.
Customer-owned, Customer Focused
Clark Public Utilities has powered homes and businesses in Clark County since 1938. Employees across the organization work together to ensure the highest customer satisfaction according to these guiding principles:
Reliability: Through proactive system maintenance, ongoing improvements and an unwavering commitment to safety, our customers enjoy one of the most reliable electric systems in our region.
Affordability: Employees at every level, in every department, work together to ensure cost-effectiveness and efficiency in every area of our operations. This focus on financial stewardship has resulted in stable rates since 2011.
Customer Service: As a public, nonprofit utility, our customer-owners always come first. Employees across the organization are empowered to do what’s right for customers and that’s just one reason the utility has led the industry in customer satisfaction for more than a decade.
Responsibility: Responsibility to our community and environment is a driving force behind utility programs, community events and environmental restoration efforts. Our utility powers life and business in the communities where we live and work. And that’s a responsibility we don’t take lightly.
Current Career Opportunities
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A Place for You
See what it takes to join an award-winning team of committed employees working to keep the lights on in Clark County.