MPE is dedicated to being the area’s preferred employer. We employ more than 60 people in Grand and Jackson Counties. Current openings are listed below. Mountain Parks Electric, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and provider.
Mountain Parks Electric, Inc. (MPE) is an electrical cooperative located in Granby, CO in the north central mountains of Colorado.
MPE has an immediate job opening for the position of Safety Coordinator located at our company headquarters in Granby, CO.
Applicants must be a graduate of an approved electric distribution training program or have proof of a Journeyman card with a minimum of ten (10) years of experience. Successful candidates will have a HS Diploma or GED and have and maintain a valid Colorado Class A CDL. Experience directing the work of others required. The Safety Coordinator must reside within a 30-minute response time of service area center in Granby. This position will report to the General Manager.
This position is responsible for designing and coordinating the implementation of the overall safety program. The position includes but is not limited to:
- Designing, implementing, and presenting safety trainings for the company
- Supervising personnel on the proper and safe way to perform their duties and work clearances for all voltages
- Knowledge of/ complying with both MPE safety rules and standards and also federal, state, and local rules and standards
- Investigation of accidents/ incidents
- On-site crew inspections in the field, inspection of warehouse, offices, yards, substations, etc. and recommending corrective action when unsafe acts or conditions are observed
- Administering the MPE drug and alcohol policies and programs, MPE Safety Manual, Safety Board Reports
- Safety training for general public and schools concerning activities of the Cooperative
- Other duties as assigned.
MPE owns and operates approximately 1600 miles of line operating at 25kV with approximately 21,000 meters.MPE is headquartered in Granby, Colorado at 7,935 feet, 90 miles from Denver International Airport and 25 minutes from Rocky Mountain National Park. Experience gold-medal fishing in the Colorado and Fraser Rivers. Take a boat out on Lake Granby, the second largest body of water in Colorado – and near Shadow Mountain and Grand Lakes. Explore miles of hiking trails, connecting Granby to Fraser, Colorado. Top notch mountain bike trail systems, down-hill bike park and cross country trails at nearby resorts.
MPE offers competitive salary and benefits, a generous Health Savings Account company match and competitive 401(k) employer match, a flexible and safe work environment, bonus programs, and an incredible opportunity to live and work in the Rocky Mountains. In addition MPE offers temporary housing allowance and/or moving assistance to experienced candidates.
Salary for this position is dependent on qualifications and experience. Interested candidates should submit their resume and cover letter to and contact us to complete an application. This position will remain open until filled.
Mountain Parks Electric, Inc. is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
“I really like working here. My job is interesting, fun and rewarding. My co-workers' professionalism and personalities create an enjoyable work atmosphere.”
- Lindsay, Read Auditor/Customer Service
“Mountain Parks Electric is a great place to work! I enjoy working for a rural electric cooperative.”
- Nathan, Journeyman Lineman
Mountain Parks Electric, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer & provider
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