Northeast Missouri Electric Power Cooperative (Northeast Power) is seeking applicants for the position of Systems Analyst. Northeast Power is a transmission cooperative delivering power to northeast Missouri and southeast Iowa.
This is a non-exempt position with full benefits package and is based in Palmyra, Missouri.
Interested persons should submit a letter of application, resume, salary history and three professional references by October 22, 2018, to:
Human Resources, Northeast Power, PO Box 191, Palmyra, MO 63461-0191
Equal Opportunity Employer
Three years experience in installation, configuration, documentation, diagnosis, administration, automation, security, monitoring, maintenance, repair, training and backups of a multi-platform computing environment
Desired knowledge and experience with server, client, host, mobile, printers, Active Directory, DNS, AntiVirus, local and cloud-based applications
SQL Server Management a plus
Virtualization experience a plus
Application knowledge of Microsoft Office products
Install and maintain PCs, software and peripheral equipment
Write and maintain documentation and accurate records
Ability to troubleshoot and resolve complex issues
Responsible for support and train employees of usage of network and applications
Self-motivated and attentive to detail
Provide superior customer service and communication with employees and other professionals; English is the spoken language
Able to lift and/or carry up-to 40-pounds
Must have and maintain a valid driver’s license and attend work on a regular and predictable basis; work generally completed in an office environment
A safety-first attitude and a standard pre-employment drug and alcohol screening are required
All related degrees and certifications are a plus
About Northeast Missouri Electric Power Cooperative
On February 2, 1948, Northeast Missouri Electric Power Cooperative (Northeast Power) was founded by three rural electric cooperatives in northeast Missouri. In 1949, construction began on the South River diesel 7 MW generation plant located on the bank of the Mississippi River. A coal fired steam generation facility of 15 MW capacity was completed in 1952. The diesel plant combined with the steam plant provided Northeast Power with its system's power until the late 1960's. Northeast Power's system is comprised of eight distribution cooperatives with five located in northeast Missouri and three in southeast Iowa. There have been four managers in the history of Northeast Power. Mr. Douglas H. Aeilts has been CEO and General Manager since May 2004.
Northeast Power is a generation and transmission (G&T) electric cooperative and no longer generates power. Northeast Power has an all-power requirements contract with Associated Electric Cooperative Inc. Northeast Power joined with five other G&T cooperatives operating in Missouri to form Associated Electric in 1961. Today, Northeast Power has approximately 908 miles of 69 kV transmission line and 74 miles of 161 kV line.