The City of Georgetown, Texas offers experienced electric utility executives an outstanding professional challenge in an ideal location. The City seeks a dynamic and experienced General Manager to lead the utility through exciting professional challenges. Georgetown‘s Electric Utility serves nearly 27,000 customers with an annual demand of 650,000 MWh and a 165 MW peak load. Reporting directly to the City Manager, the new General Manager will have an overall responsibility of 76.5 FTE employees and an annual operating budget of $77.4M. Any combination of equivalent experience and education that provides the required knowledge and abilities would qualify. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be with education equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in electrical engineering, public administration, finance, business, or a related field; and eight years of executive experience in the administration of an electric utility, with knowledge of utility management, including operations, energy resource management and power supply, utility finance, and Public Utility Commission rules and practices. A Master's degree is preferred. The City of Georgetown will offer a highly competitive salary that is negotiable, DOQ.
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