Orlando Utilities Commission careers in Orlando

Orlando Utilities Commission
100 W Anderson St, Orlando, FL, 32801
Aug 31, 2021
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The Orlando Utilities Commission is a city-owned public utility that provides water and electric services to the city of Orlando and adjoining portions of Orange County in Florida. Founded in 1923, the commission is one of the largest locally owned electric utilities in the state. It is governed by a five-member commission that includes the mayor of Orlando. The Orlando Utilities Commission owns the Curtis H. Stanton Energy Center and portions of other power plants in Florida, as well as eight water treatment plants. It serves more than 196,000 customers throughout the state. Additionally, the commission provides comprehensive outdoor lighting services for a wide variety of commercial applications, such as industrial parks, sports complexes and residential developments.

Job titles and positions at Orlando Utilities Commission in Orlando, FL include:

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Sr Programmer
Instructional Designer

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welcome back since 1923 orlando utilities commission or ouc has been providing safe dependable affordable electric and water services to their customers they're strong supporters of their community and their employees in fact veterans make up about 10 percent of their workforce take a look at this for nearly a century orlando utilities commission has been a dynamic innovative force in their community but providing electric and water services to about 400 000 is just a piece as the second largest municipal utility in florida ouc consistently pioneers new products and technologies ever evolving to meet customer needs the utility offers advanced solutions and services from solar energy to sustainable lighting to electric vehicle charging and even works with agencies like the national renewable energy laboratory and the department of energy on cutting-edge electric storage capabilities and behind these innovations military veterans meet maggie burdette former u.s navy second class petty officer she began working at orlando utilities commission in 2017.