KPP News

The City of Kingman is looking to hire its next Electric Utility Superintendent. Click on Read More for the position description.

The City of Kingman is currently hiring an Electric Lineman. The Electric Lineman performs skilled work of journeyman level in the construction, maintenance and repair of overhead and underground 12.5KV electric distribution power lines, protection equipment metering and other electrical equipment.

Minimum qualifications include graduation from high school or have obtained a GED. Prefer applicant has completed a 4 year apprentice or merchant program. Requires a valid Kansas Commercial Driver's License (CDL) and a good driving record.

The City of Kingman is an equal opportunity employer. Any applicant/employee with a disability as defined in the Americans with Disabilities Act may request an accommodation to perform the functions of this position. A complete job description can be obtained by contacting the City of Kingman at 620-532-3111. Please apply online at www.hrepartners.com.

  • Clayton Garnica is the new Electric Utility Superintendent for the City of Marion.
  • Lyle Redgate is the new City Superintendent for the City of Attica
  • The Udall City Council appointed council member Damon Wilson as an alternate voting delegate to the KPP Membership Committee.      

 

 

 

 

 


THE CITY OF MARION IS SEEKING A LINEMAN For its Electric Department
1 to 3 Years Similar or Related Experience preferred
CDL Required
Competitive Pay & Benefits
Applications Available
City of Marion
208 E. Santa Fe
Marion, KS 66861
(620) 382-3703
E.O.E.

KPP member Winfield Electric Utility is once again recognized for its continuing effort in maintaining a reliable, safe utility as recognized by the American Public Power Association.  Winfield was one of only three Kansas public power utilities to be named as a Gold Level member of APPA's RP3 program, which recognizes utilities that demonstrate high proficiency in reliability, safety, work force development, and system improvement.  See more about the program in APPA News: Public power utilities earn recognition for reliable, safe service.

From the Parsons Sun:

Erie approves flag for 150th celebration - Parsons Sun: News

Plans for Erie’s 150th birthday this year continue to progress, and the sesquicentennial now has an official flag.

The Kansas Power Pool, a public power agency that provides energy and transmission services to 24 public power utilities in Kansas, says that by partnering with GridLiance it is gaining the expertise and staffing support it needs to deal with increasingly complex North American Electric Reliability Corporation compliance requirements and to pursue transmission projects that would benefit its members and their region.