Salary is determined on experience and required P.E.
4 Year Degree
Internal Number: 497461
Company Job Site: https://careers.pageuppeople.com/1019/cw/en-us/job/497461/engineer
*** Licensed Professional Engineer in the State of Texas Required
Working as a generation engineer at LCRA is a key function to support the reliable supply of electricity for the people of Central Texas. The Generation engineers work with plant engineers, maintenance, operations, asset management and others.
This position requires performing variety of engineering assignments including but not limited to field investigation, solving, report writing, design calculations, and drawing plans and details. There will be opportunities to learn on the job, use engineering principles, and phenomenal comradery with co-workers! Our mission is to improve the lives of Central Texas and our teams are dedicated to service with safety focus as top priority!
- Competitive salary & medical, dental, vision and legal insurance
- Paid time off, including time for vacation, sick and family care leave
- 401(k) match up to 8% that includes a student loan 401(k) contribution program option
- Life and disability insurance
- Wellness program including wellness incentive
- Extensive learning & development programs
And more - all to create a compelling and rewarding work environment.
You qualify with:
Licensed Professional Engineer in the State of Texas
You are a great fit with:
Bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering with eight years’ experience in a related field.
Depending upon business needs, candidates with varying levels of qualifications and experience may be selected for further consideration, and successful candidates may ultimately be offered a position at a level which differs from the advertised position.
The Lower Colorado River Authority exists to serve the people of Texas. It’s been that way since the state Legislature created us in 1934. We continue that legacy today by providing a multitude of vital services to our customers and communities.
To enhance the quality of life of the Texans we serve through water stewardship, energy and community service.
We produce and deliver electric power, manage the lower Colorado River and provide a reliable water supply, manage a public parks system and support community development.
LCRA is funded by revenue we generate, the vast majority of which comes from generating and transmitting electricity. A very small portion of our revenue comes from selling water. We do not receive state appropriations or have the ability to levy taxes.