Dawson Public Power District will be taking applications for MANAGER, Finance and Administration at our headquarters in Lexington, Nebraska.
THIS JOB CLOSES 02/28/2019
This position’s primary responsibility will be to oversee all financial and administrative functions of the District. Previous rural utility experience preferred. The position reports directly to the general manager and works with a team of 5 other department managers. Position also supervises 3 direct reports, for a total of 9 employees in the department. Dawson Power's Manager of Finance and Administration interacts routinely with the board of directors.
The salary range will depend on experience and qualifications. During business hours, you may call General Manager Gwen Kautz, at 308-324-2386 for more information about the position. If you would like a copy of the full job description, please send an email to Gwen’s executive assistant, Paige, at email@example.com.
Qualified candidates should send a letter of interest, resume with 3 professional references and salary requirements to Gwen Kautz, on or before February 28, 2019. You may send them by email to firstname.lastname@example.org – PDF only format accepted; or by regular mail (see below). An acceptance reply will be sent if the email was received.
Dawson Public Power District Attention: Gwen Kautz, General Manager P.O. Box 777 Lexington NE 68850-0777
Candidates should have a Bachelor's degree (B.A.) in business, finance or related field from an accredited 4-year college or university. A preferred candidate would have a minimum of 4 years in a finance related field at a utility. A combination of experience and education may be substituted. Proficient computer skills are mandatory.
JOB CLOSES 02/28/2019
Internal Number: 201902-CFO
About Dawson Public Power District
Dawson Public Power District serves over 23,000 meters in south central Nebraska, along the Platte River Valley. The customer base includes villages, manufacturing and agricultural accounts for farms, irrigation, animal production and grain drying. The district uses investments in infrastructure and technology to provide customers with reliable, safe and affordable electric power. Dawson PPD employs 86 people, including three construction crews. It is guided by an eleven person board of directors.