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NOTICES/RFPs - (Notice-to-Bidders Posting Fact Sheet)


IAMU will post classified ads from current IAMU members only on this page at no charge.  Member ads will be displayed for approximately two months, until a specified deadline in ad copy, or until notice is received to remove the ad.

IAMU members can email ad copy directly to Josh Trout at

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Special Project Assistant

The Iowa Association of Municipal Utilities seeks a qualified applicant for the position of Special Project Assistant.

Duties and responsibilities – Research, collect, compile and analyze data on municipal utilities in Iowa including financial statements, audits, and public budgets in order to produce an economic impact report.

Requirements and qualifications – Well qualified applicants will have or be working toward a degree in economics, statistics, business, accounting, finance, or public administration or a related field and demonstrate the ability to understand utility industry and municipal financial statements.

Salary – IAMU will offer an hourly rate of $15/hr.

Schedule and duration – IAMU seeks to complete the project as soon as possible.

IAMU is a trade association representing city-owned utility systems including 541 water utilities, 136 electric utilities, 51 gas utilities, and 25 telecommunications utilities. IAMU’s campus is located in Ankeny, Iowa.

Please send a cover letter and resume to Dawn Hyler, Director of Finance at

Posted 7-12-19

Electric Services Coordinator


The Iowa Association of Municipal Utilities (IAMU) is seeking a knowledgeable professional to provide training, support, and serve as a resource to its 136 municipal electric utility members. IAMU is a trade association serving cities that operate electric, gas, water and/or broadband utilities in Iowa. The association’s 25-acre state-of-the-art training & office complex includes an 11-acre Safety and Training Field.


Job Summary
Direct management responsibilities of the Electric Services department that includes, but not limited to the IAMU apprenticeship program, workshop development and organization, training, developing/customizing written plans and processes for IOSHA and IUB compliance, site assessments; assisting members to comply with regulations.   Representing IAMU in public appearances; working with IAMU staff members on matters of common concern; and, performing such other duties as deemed appropriate. 

Minimum Qualifications

Electrical or business-related two or four-year college degree or equivalent safety and management experience in area of safety and power line work. 


  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written required. Customer service skills demonstrating an ability to listen, understand and respond to external and internal customers’ needs in a timely manner.
  • Strong organizational skills, exceptional attention to detail, demonstrated experience in detail oriented tasks requiring a high degree of accuracy, analytical and problem-solving skills required.
  • Ability to multi-task and work with various staff with multiple deadlines.
  • Team player with passion, drive and the ability to self-start and work with limited supervision.
  • Ability to obtain an Iowa CDL and to operate a motor vehicle and other heavy equipment. Some travel is required.
  • Be able to attain any license, certificate or endorsement that might be required for the position, at IAMU's expenses.
  • Plan and facilitate instruction and implement electric training workshops and safety training programs for members, in compliance with regulations issued under OSHA, DOT, EPA, NESC and others.
  • Serve as a resource for electric utility members in matters related to overhead and underground distribution, transmission, metering, and substation operation.
  • Help administer and maintain the apprenticeship programs, which includes hands-on training evaluations.
  • Visit member utilities and participate in accident investigation and inspections, if requested.
  • Serve as an advocate for municipal electric utilities in Iowa.
  • Knowledge associated with electric energy and safety and health matters.
  • Ability to perform a variety of computer functions along with audio / visual equipment. Must be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

Physical Demand Summary

Essential Function                      Physical Demands


Stand for up to 5 hours over the duration.


Stand and walk for up to 5 hours over the duration.


Sit for up to 2 hours at a time at computer or to drive or operate various equipment.


Lift up to 157-pound equipment (cross arms, boring heads, etc.) from 27-inch trailer, carry up to 100 feet and place at floor (2-person task).


Carry 157-pound equipment (cross arms, boring heads, etc.) up to 100 feet (2-person task).


Push down up to 200 pounds with preferred or both feet for digging. Push and pull up to 100 pounds at heights from floor to 55 inches to use hot stick.


Push/pull up to 300 pounds at 0 inches to 48 inches to load transformers onto cart (2-person task).


Climb up to 12 steps ranging from 12 inches to 22 inches to get in/out of equipment, use ladders or climb distribution poles. May also wear 25-pound tool belt during tasks.


Reach up to 24 inches bilaterally in various positions, including prone, to access work areas.


Grip up to 75 pounds bilaterally to use hand tools and crimp wires.


Pinch up to 10 pounds with preferred hand to handle small parts and equipment.

Low-level Activity

Low level activity for up to 15 minutes at a time to operate equipment or access work areas.

Hand Coordination

Hand coordination bilaterally to write, type, use mouse, and handle paperwork and in various positions from low level to above shoulder to operate equipment controls, use handle tools, and handle wire.


Salary commensurate with experience.  On occasion, duties will require more than 40-hours a week, Rarely, duties may require evening or weekend work. Limited overnight or out of state travel. Position is based in the IAMU offices on the south side of Ankeny.


Join a team of dedicated professionals who take pride in delivering exceptional service to our members. If you are interested in sharing your experience and knowledge, you are encouraged to apply for this opportunity. IAMU offers an excellent benefit package and is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. The successful candidate will be required to pass a post-offer pre-employment criminal background check and a drug and alcohol test. 


Application materials accepted until filled. Please submit cover letter, resume and references to:

Dawn Hyler, Director of Finance

Iowa Association of Municipal Utilities

1735 NE 70th Ave, Ankeny, IA  50021-9353

Phone: 515.289.1999

Posted 6-10-19

Water Pollution Control Operator / Apprentice

The City of Indianola is currently welcoming applications for the position of Water Pollution Control Operator or Apprentice.

The City of Indianola (pop. 14,278) is a growing community with a historic downtown, located approximately 15 minutes south of Des Moines.  It is a safe community with Midwestern values, friendly people and excellent schools.  Indianola, which is home to Simpson College, the world-renowned Des Moines Metro Opera and the National Balloon Museum and U.S. Ballooning Hall of Fame, is known for its excellent access to outdoor activities, a nice trail system, five major parks and two golf courses.  The community welcomes thousands of visitors annually who come to Indianola to enjoy major events such as the National Balloon Classic, Bike Night, the Warren County Fair and other events. 

This position is responsible for a number of tasks, including, but not limited to:

  • Operates treatment facilities to control flow and processing of wastewater, bio-solids, and effluent.
  • May have sole responsibility for operating the treatment facilities on a weekend.
  • Extracts samples and performs routine laboratory tests and analyses.
  • Operates wastewater equipment such as jet-vac, televising equipment, mowers, and trucks.
  • Pumps and clean bio-solids tanks.

The successful candidate will have:

  • High school diploma or GED; preferably additional courses in chemistry or wastewater
  • Prefer one (1) year experience as a skilled laborer in performing maintenance work.
  • Apprentice is expected to secure an unrestricted Grade I and II Wastewater Operators Certification from the Iowa Department of Natural Resources. Grade I within 15 months of employment and Grade II within 40 months of employment.
  • Possession of current Class B CDL or able to obtain one within 6 months of hire date and maintain license for duration of employment.

Salary: Apprentice: $22.131 – $24.348, Grade II: $24.879 – $28.722, Grade III: $27.370 – $31.606, Grade IV: $28.713 – $33.160/hour.  Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a post-offer drug screening, background check, physical and physical capacity test.  Position is open until filled.

The City of Indianola is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

External applicants can learn more about the position and apply online at:

Internal applicants must fill out the Transfer Application Form.

Posted 7-19-19

Office Manager

Wilton Municipal Light and Power System has an immediate opening for an energetic professional who doesn’t mind wearing multiple hats. Experienced in handling a wide range of administrative and executive support related tasks and able to work independently with little or no supervision. Well organized, flexible and enjoy the administrative challenges of supporting an office of diverse people in Wilton, Iowa. 

This position will organize and coordinate office administration and procedures, in order to ensure organizational effectiveness, efficiency and safety. Other responsibilities include but are not limited to maintaining accurate and adequate financial and payroll records, member billing and account information and implementing office policies and procedures. This position also performs various routine clerical functions and other duties and responsibilities as assigned.


Must be high school graduate or equivalent. Associates degree in a related field is preferred. Work experience with an electric utility is desirable. Must possess good communications and able to work effectively with others in a diplomatic and professional manner. Experience with Microsoft Office products and accounting principles is desired. Confidentiality is required.

Background and pre-employment physical and illegal substance test is required.

If interested in this position, please send your application and resume to: P.O. Box 781, Wilton, Iowa 52778.

Applications accepted until filled.

Wilton Municipal Light and Power System is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Minorities/ Females/ Vets/ Disabled

Posted 7-18-19

General Manager

Indianola Municipal Utilities is accepting applications for the position of General Manager. 

Indianola Municipal Utilities (IMU) seeks an enthusiastic and experienced executive to provide leadership to its customers, community and employees as the General Manager with direct responsibility for the safe, reliable and efficient delivery of electric, water and broadband services to the community of Indianola, Iowa. At a currently estimated population of 16,071, Indianola is a growing city located just minutes south of Iowa's capital city of Des Moines and within 15 minutes of the Des Moines International Airport.

Reporting to a five-member Board of Trustees, the IMU General Manager is responsible for leading all aspects of IMU operations. While a bachelor’s degree is preferred, any candidates with senior level leadership experience, especially in a municipal utility setting are encouraged to apply. The ideal candidate would have multi-utility municipal experience providing comparable services in an organization of similar size, scope and complexity, as well as have demonstrated great communication skills at the board, employee and community levels.

IMU’s next General Manager needs to be an outstanding leader with top notch communications skills who can facilitate collaboration among employees, customers and the community. Municipal utility experience is not required but significant consideration will be given to those with experience in a multi-utility organization of similar size, scope and complexity. IMU has a roster of experienced and talented employees, so while an understanding of utility operations or the ability to learn such is important, the IMU General Manager is primarily a leadership position, not a technical role, and as such demonstrated leadership experience is highly preferred. IMU’s next General Manager must delegate appropriately to employees, maintain high expectations of them and hold those employees accountable for their assigned responsibilities. The IMU General Manager will need to be approachable and easy to talk to by both employees and community members.

For a full job description and position requirements, please visit IMU’s web site at

Posted 7-18-19

State Legislative Representative

Missouri River Energy Services (MRES) is an organization of 61 member municipalities that own and operate their own electrical distribution systems.  Inspired by the company’s mission to supply its members with reliable, cost-effective, long-term energy and energy services in a fiscally responsible and environmentally sensitive manner, members of the MRES team embrace the challenge of understanding and solving the evolving energy needs of all customers today, and for years to come.  We are looking for a highly motivated individual to join our Legislative & Government Relations team, preferably in the Sioux Falls, South Dakota office.    


In this role you will be responsible for assisting with developing and implementing lobbying and grass roots efforts at the state level where Missouri River Energy Services (MRES) has a presence and could be impacted by legislative actions. You will play an active role in direct lobbying, encouraging grass roots engagement, legislative drafting, and as the customer energy needs continue to evolve, so too will your role.


State Legislative Representative Experience:

  • Education:  Bachelor’s degree in Political Science or related field and three years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Juris Doctorate is preferred.
  • Active driver’s license as some travel will be required.

We provide very competitive wages, a comprehensive/low cost benefit package, and an outstanding work environment that promotes a long lasting career.  


For consideration, send your resume and cover letter describing your qualifications for the position to Position closing date, August 23, 2019. EOE


MRES is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Posted 7-18-19

Full-TIme/Seasonal Positions

The City of Storm Lake is accepting applications for the following full-time and seasonal positions:

  • Access Services Librarian
  • Code Enforcement Officer
  • Distribution Maintenance Worker
  • Meter Reader
  • Police Chief
  • Public Services Maintenance Worker
  • Public Services Seasonal Positions - Positions have various schedules. 
  • Wastewater Supervisor
  • Wastewater Treatment Operator I
  • Water Treatment Operator I

Information and application can be obtained online at

The City of Storm Lake is a team oriented work environment offering competitive salary and a great benefits package.  Starting salary will depend on qualifications.

Applications are available at City Hall, 620 Erie St, Storm Lake, Iowa.  Interested applicants should submit an application, resume and cover letter to:  City Clerk, 620 Erie Street, PO Box 1086, Storm Lake, Iowa 50588.  Review of resumes will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

The City of Storm Lake is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug and Smoke Free Workplace.

Posted 7-15-19

Electric Superintendent

The City of West Liberty Municipal Electric Utility is seeking an Electric Superintendent. Responsibilities include management, operation and maintenance of a three-person city owned electric distribution system.

Qualified applicant will be an experienced Journeyman Line worker; who is safety oriented and possesses strong construction and maintenance skills in underground and overhead distribution system; experience in electrical power plant generation and distribution and the ability to prepare and administer an annual budget. Position requires compliance with residency policy within six months to accommodate standby requirements and be willing to be on-call nights and weekends. Finalist will have a valid Iowa CDL and pass a pre-employment drug test and background check.

The City provides a comprehensive benefit plan. Salary is dependent on experience and qualifications. Questions may be directed to City Hall 319-627-2418. AA/EOE

Interested applicants send a copy of your cover letter, resume with references and salary history post marked NLT July 29 2019 to: City of West Liberty, ATTN: Electric Superintendent Position, 409 N Calhoun St., West Liberty, IA 52776 or Email: with Electric Superintendent in the subject line.

Posted 7-11-19

Environmental Engineer

The Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has a job vacancy for an Environmental Engineer position, within the Water Supply Engineering Section of the Water Quality Bureau located in Des Moines, IA.
Primary responsibility will include construction permit review of public water supply engineering projects, waste residual anti degradation analysis, and rural water system hydraulics. 

Review of preliminary engineering reports, corrosion control studies and implementation plans, contact time and treatment technique evaluations and viability assessments for compliance with federal and State rules, standards and guidance and assure that sound engineering principles are being met.
Review plans and specifications for water supply (WS) projects including advisory reviews, chemical feed facilities, design variance requests, anti-degradation analysis and as-built projects to assure that they meet design standards, sound engineering principles, rules, and guidance.
Review and issue rural water system water main permits, including minor water main permits, and systems with delegated permitting authority.
Other responsibilities include drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund (DWSRF) project management and special assignments and projects: 

  • Manage DWSRF projects by assisting in completion of initial project eligibility reviews, determinations on potential loan forgiveness and qualification of green project reserve.
  • Assure that all records are complete, computer tracking records are accurate and loan applicant's complete the necessary program requirements. 
  • Complete on-site inspection of final construction to ensure project is in accordance with the approved design documents, and meets the project objectives, and complete detailed close-out report. 
  • Complete special engineering and other program related assignments such as: making formal engineering presentations, assisting in SRF program audits, assisting in the completion of semi annual status reports and work plans, meeting with consulting engineers, public officials and the public, participating in developing and reviewing design standards, SDWA rules, and updates to the databases.
  • Attend departmental meetings, continuing education workshops, and short courses for the continued development of knowledge and skills associated with engineering, operational, financial and regulatory aspects of water supply systems.
  • Assist the Water Supply WSO and FOs in implementing the Safe Drinking Water Act and ensuring all of our Public Water Supply's stay in compliance and provide Iowan's with safe drinking water.

Essential Functions

  • Applies state design standards, engineering principles and engineering practices dealing with municipal drinking water treatment and conveyance design and operation.
  • Review technical, administrative, and regulatory documents to assure projects comply with SRF and permitting requirements.
  • Performs detailed project technical review and prepare comments for projects.
  • Performs complex civil and environmental engineering calculations.
  • Works independently with minimal supervision.
  • Communicates fluently and tactfully both written and oral in English to communicate with permittees, consulting engineers, stakeholders and the public.
  • Prepares and makes technical presentations to stakeholders.
  • Travels to remote sites for meetings and inspections driving a state vehicle or personal vehicle and mobility to inspect construction sites in rugged terrain.
  • Demonstrates initiative, customer service and team orientation and display high standards of ethical conduct.

Special Requirements:
Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering. Preference will be given to those with related work experience in design and/or design review of drinking water distribution and treatment systems.
Valid Class C drivers license in order to drive a state vehicle or personal vehicle and travel for job duties.

Critical Job Competencies
Accountability, Interpersonal Skills, High Productivity, Attention to Detail, Communication Skills, Computer Skills, Customer Focus, Integrity, Problem Solving, Project Management, Self-Management, Team Player, Technical Engineering Skills.

The DNR seeks to hire individuals who wish to support our mission, which is to conserve and enhance our natural resources in cooperation with individuals and organization, to improve the quality of life in Iowa and ensure a legacy for future generations.

Applicants may attach a resume/cover letter to the online application.

The starting salary for new employees in this position will be $53,580.80. The starting salary for new state (Executive Branch) employees will be at the base of the pay range.  This position offers a competitive salary schedule and benefit package. The State of Iowa is an EEO/AA Employer.

Effective 7/1/2019 - the salary range will increase by 2.1 percent.

Applicants must fill out a State of Iowa employment application for the water supply Environmental Engineer position through the State of Iowa Career Pages.  Applicants are strongly encouraged to attach a position specific cover letter and resume to the state application.

Posted 6-24-19

Maintenance Supervisor

Muscatine Power and Water is seeking an experienced, take-charge professional for the position of Maintenance Supervisor. This position reports to the Manager of Power Generation and directs a maintenance team of 20+.

Ideal candidates will possess solid communication and leadership skills, and strategic capabilities demonstrated through a history of progressive career growth. We’re seeking a candidate who is ready for a challenge with multi-functional areas of responsibility. This position will serve as an integral member of the generation leadership team and routinely confer with members of senior management regarding maintenance assessments and opportunities.

Core position related responsibilities:

  • Responsibility for all aspects of the power generation facilities, including project identification, budget estimation, detailed planning, contracted or in-house labor direction, job close out, and training.
  • Supervise the activities of generation maintenance personnel from hiring, training, guidance on work procedures, to maintaining a culture of safety.
  • Maintain a culture of continuous improvement.

Successful candidates will have a minimum of an Associate’s Degree, 7 years in the power plant or heavy industrial field, and 5 years of supervisory experience.  Experience as a leader with the ability to influence and inspire motivation, productivity and teamwork, and create a lean and safety oriented departmental culture is necessary.  Preferred candidates will have comprehensive knowledge of applicable codes that govern work at power generation facilities and a solid understanding of maintenance processes and maintenance management techniques from planning & scheduling and project management processes to computerized maintenance management systems.

MP&W provides a competitive and comprehensive compensation package and great work environment.  This is a fantastic career opportunity for the right individual to share their knowledge, leverage their skills, and use their talents in contributing to the success of a well-managed organization with excellent, experienced employees, and community support. 

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to or apply at

Posted 6-19-19

Water Superintendent

The Superintendent will be responsible for the 1.5 MGD surface water plant and distribution system consisting of 1500 metered customers. The starting salary range is $75,000-$80,000 annually based on experience. We offer an excellent benefits package including vacation, paid holidays, medical leave, health insurance, life insurance, IPERS retirement, 457 plan, medical reimbursement plan, and phone stipend.  

Milford Iowa lies on the southern end of the Iowa Great Lakes.  Milford is a great place to live with its numerous city parks, great community facilities, a great school system home of the Okoboji Pioneers. MMU is proud to be serving our citizens with reasonable and reliable service since 1909.


  • High School diploma
  • Iowa Grade 3 treatment/ Grade 2 distribution license or higher.

Interested candidates please submit resume and cover letter to

For additional information feel free to call 712-338-2401. Position will be open until filled. EOE

Posted 6-18-19

Deputy City Clerk

The City of Polk City, IA is taking applications for a full time Deputy City Clerk.  The position includes a variety of administrative, financial, office and specialized duties which require accuracy, proficiency, confidentiality and independent judgment.  Must work well with the public, good writing and communication skills, knowledge and experience with computer programs and office equipment.  Some work after normal business hours may be required.  Must be bondable, a high school graduate and an associate degree in accounting or closely related field.  BS degree in related field and at least three years related experience in government preferred.  Candidates subject to pre-employment physical, drug testing, criminal history and background check.  Application and job description at City Hall, send resume to Jenny Gibbons, City Clerk, ( City of Polk City, P.O. Box 426, 112 3rd Street, Polk City, IA  50226  Position open until filled.  EOE/AA

Posted 6-13-19

Plant Operator

The Creston Waterworks is seeking a grade 2 water plant operator.   This position is responsible for covering 12-hour shift operations at an 8.0 MGD conventional surface water plant.  Nights and weekends will be required.  Starting salary is $23/hr.  Benefits include health insurance, life insurance, paid holiday and IPERS.  Applications can be obtained by contacting the Waterworks office, located at 820 S. Parks St., at 641-782-5817.  For more information, contact Steve Guthrie at   Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.  EOE. 


  • HS diploma or equivalent.
  • Iowa grade 2 or higher water treatment license or ability to obtain within 6 months


  • Operate devices that feed chemicals into water or adjusting the amount of chemicals based on analysis data.
  • Make chemical adjustments based on laboratory data
  • Communicate with other operators and supervisors about operational issues or changes
  • Read, interpret, and adjust meters and gauges to make sure the equipment is operating properly to produce safe water for consumption and that wastewater from the lagoons does not degrade the environment.
  • Take samples of water and wastewater and perform lab analyses using a variety of instruments to measure quality.
  • Maintain records of operational data, meter and gauge readings, as well as maintenance of equipment.
  • Buildings and grounds maintenance including cleaning
  • Interpret data collected to make operational changes
  • Adhere to operational goals
  • Clean tanks, filter beds using hand and power tools.
  • Use computers to monitor equipment, store data, make processing decisions and write reports.
  • Work both indoors and outdoors, under emergency conditions, exposed to chemicals and confined spaces.
  • Use problem-solving, troubleshooting skills with the ability to prioritize the workload.
  • Cover rotating shifts at the water plant
  • Use excellent customer service skills to handle conflicts as they arise, using tact and professionalism.
  • Lift 25 lbs. repeatedly and over 50 lbs. sometimes.
  • Other duties as assigned by the lead operator or General Manager

Posted 6-12-19

Manager, Control Center

This position will manage the operation of the Control Center, Back-up Control Center, and System Operators to ensure optimum operation of the Utility’s electric and water transmission and distribution systems. 

This position ensures reliable, cost effective delivery of power to the customer, while contributing to the stability of the Bulk Electric System (BES) interconnected power grid.  In conjunction with the outside marketing partner, serve as primary contact for all MISO-related activities for all of MP&W’s capacity and energy market operations. 

This position is responsible for ensuring that System Operators are proficient and comply with all applicable NERC Reliability Standards.  Works with other managers to ensure NERC Reliability Standards are reviewed and properly implemented.  Assists in the compliance audits of these standards.  Monitors and stays current on developments related to the evolving FERC requirements associated with Regional Transmission Operator (RTO) and Independent System Operator (ISO) control of the electric grid.  As opportunities and needs arise, will also participate on Utility and external committees and subcommittees.

This position requires NERC Certification and the ability to maintain the certification, as it has the responsibility and authority to implement real-time actions that ensure the stable and reliable operation of the BES.  This authority will be to direct or perform whatever actions are necessary in response to system contingencies and emergencies to resolve the problem and maintain the integrity of the control area and interconnected transmission system.

This position handles a significant amount of confidential information and may be required to sign confidentiality agreements with regulatory agencies with which the Utility interacts.  It also acts as the Utility’s representative within certain organizations, such as the NERC Standards voting process.

Successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree in business, engineering, or related field, or equivalent combination of education and experience along with a minimum 5 years of experience in generation, transmission, and distribution system operation and BES operating policies and procedures.  They will also possess a working knowledge of SCADA systems, GIS and NERC Reliability Standards. 

If you’re looking for a challenging career opportunity in an ever-changing industry, consider MP&W!  Visit our Careers page at for more information about this Engineering career opportunity at MP&W.

Pre-employment physical, drug screen, and background check required


Posted 6-11-19

Engineering Technician

Muscatine Power and Water is seeking an Engineering Technician to join our team!  Whether you’re looking for an internship, are a recent college grad, or experienced professional, we’re looking for you! 

This position provides services to the transmission and distribution department as well as the water department, assisting in scheduling work orders, maintenance, and modification of the Utility’s electric transmission and distribution system.  Candidate must have excellent communication, organizational, and problem solving skills.  Mathematical and computer skills, ability to read drawings and specifications, and GIS experience are expected of the candidate as well.

Serving our customers with electric, water, and telecommunications services, we’re dedicated to excellence and continuous improvement.  Some of the exciting and challenging projects on our horizon include Fiber-to-the-Home for our Telecommunications Utility, Water infrastructure updates, and updates to our generation facility to maintain environmental compliance.

Preferred candidates will have an Associate’s Degree or an equivalent combination of education and work experience.  Previous experience with transmission and distribution or water systems are also preferred, but not required.  Valid Driver’s License required.

If you’re looking for a challenging career opportunity in an ever-changing industry, consider MP&W!  Visit our Careers page at for more information about this Engineering career opportunity at MP&W.

Pre-employment physical, drug screen, and background check required


Posted 6-11-19

Electrical Engineer

Muscatine Power and Water is actively seeking a driven and talented Electrical Engineer to join our team!  Whether you’re a recent college grad or experienced professional, we want to hear from you!  

In this position, you’ll have the opportunity to utilize your Electrical Engineering skills to support on-going transmission and distribution, water, technical services, generation, and telecommunications projects.  This includes assisting in the design and layout of electrical transmission and distribution lines, while working alongside internal and external customers. Your technical abilities will also be utilized for engineering studies, and support of our Transmission and Distribution Department, Communications Utility and other areas within MP&W. 

Once your projects are underway, contract administration, and project management are additional duties you will provide.  

MP&W serves the Muscatine community and our local customers with electric, water, and telecommunications services, we’re dedicated to excellence in customer service, safety, environmental responsibility, and continuous improvement just to name a few. We are committed to providing some of the lowest rates in the Midwest for our customer/owners. 

Some of the exciting and challenging projects the Utility currently has in process include water source upgrades including the development of new well field, a new Fiber-to-the-Home system for our Telecommunications Utility, and providing support to the City of Muscatine for many joint Utility/City infrastructure upgrades.  There are many exciting opportunities in this position!

Preferred candidates will have a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering.  A Professional Engineering License (PE) would beneficial. Electric Utility transmission and distribution experience is also preferred.   


If you’re looking for a challenging, yet rewarding career opportunity in an ever-changing industry, look no further! Apply today at or send your resume directly to

Pre-employment physical, drug screen, and background check required


Posted 6-11-19

Water Seasonal Laborer

The City of North Liberty Water Department is accepting applications for a full-time seasonal laborer. Applicants will assist in maintenance of equipment, mowing, painting and general duties as assigned. Hourly rate $13.00. Applicants must have a valid driver’s license. Post-offer physical, drug screen and background check required. Submit application to Greg Metternich, Water Superintendent, 3 Quail Creek Circle, P.O. Box 77, North Liberty, IA 52317

Posted 6-10-19

Telecommunications Technician

Osage Municipal Utilities has an immediate opening for this full-time position.  Responsibilities primarily include, but are not limited to, performing operations and maintenance of telecommunications distribution system to provide voice, video and data services to customers.  A cooperative attitude, positive image and ability to work with other municipal departments and public are essential traits.  Candidate must be in good physical condition, be able to do extensive walking and tolerate seasonal temperature fluctuations.

Two to three years of experience in telecommunications plant operations with knowledge on test equipment, electronic equipment and HFC knowledge is preferred.  The candidate must be a high school graduate and have a valid Iowa driver license. Have a CDL with air brake endorsement or the ability to obtain with utility paying for license.   Residency within the territory Osage Municipal Utilities serves is strongly required.  Pre-employment drug/alcohol screening and background check are required of the successful applicant.  Wages competitive.  Application form available at  Position open until filled. Resumes and completed applications can be emailed to, faxed to 641-732-3737 or sent to:  

Osage Municipal Utilities
Josh Byrnes
P.O. Box 207
Osage, Iowa 50461
(641) 832-3731

Osage Municipal Utilities is an EEOE.

Posted 6-3-19

City Manager

The City of Waukon, Iowa, population 3,972, is seeking a City Manager. Qualified applicants must possess excellent management, leadership, and communication skills, also proficiency in computer software applications. Experience in fiscal management, municipal financial reporting, public relations, and a general knowledge of municipal utilities and regulations is desirable. A Bachelors Degree in public/business administration, accounting, finance or related fields is preferred. An Associate Degree in combination with experience may be considered.

Salary is dependent upon qualifications and experience. The City of Waukon offers a full range of benefits including IPERS.

Request a job description and application at Waukon City Hall,

Send cover letter, application and resume to:

City of Waukon
101 Allamakee St
Waukon, IA 52172

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

The City of Waukon is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Posted 5-30-19

Water Treatment Plant Operator

The City of Webster City is accepting applications for a full-time Water Plant Operator.  Duties include, but are not limited to, monitoring operations, completing preventative maintenance and repairs to ensure the safe and efficient operation of a Grade III Water Treatment Plant.  Applicants with current water treatment license with experience in maintenance and repair within water treatment facility preferred. Training applicants with related maintenance experience will be considered, must possess ability to obtain a grade I water treatment license within one year of employment. Other requirements include, valid Iowa driver’s license, high school diploma or equivalent, must obtain a CDL within 3 months of hire, must pass a pre-employment drug test.  Salary DOQ. Applications are available in the City Manager’s Office at 400 Second Street or on line at  Application review will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  EOE

Posted 5-22-19

  - FOR SALE -


Denison Municipal Utilities has the following item for sale:

  • 2012 GE Prolec 500 KVA three-phase pad mount transformer
  • 4160/2400 primary voltage, 480/277 secondary voltage
  • Transformer is brand new and has never been in service

For additional information contact Jason Lee at 712-269-0554 or

Posted 6-6-19



Construction Services for the Iris Electric Substation for Mt. Pleasant Municipal Utilities, Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, 52641

Notice is hereby given that plans and specifications for construction of a 69kV Electrical Substation using Owner furnished equipment were reviewed and approved at a regularly scheduled Utility Board Meeting held on July 16th, 2019. Sealed Bids in conformance with the project documents will be received by Mr. Jack Hedgecock, general manager of Mount Pleasant Municipal Utilities (MPU), until 2:00 p.m., August 15th, 2019, at the MPU office located at 509 North Adams Street, Mount Pleasant, Iowa 52641. A public hearing will be held and the bids will be reviewed and acted upon at a regularly scheduled Utility Board Meeting to be held on August 20, 2019. Award will follow within 90 days.

Read the full notice here.

Bid Documents

Technical Specifications

Construction Drawings

Posted 7-19-19

Furnishing and Delivery of 69 KV Substation Structures For Brooklyn Municipal Utilities, Brooklyn, Iowa, 52211

Notice is hereby given that proposals for furnishing and delivery of 69 KV Substation Structures in conformance with the attached specifications will be reviewed and acted upon at the Utility Board of Trustees meeting on August 6, 2019 Board meeting at 5:30 PM. Sealed Bids will be received by the Utility Administrator of Brooklyn Municipal Utilities until 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, July 31st, at Brooklyn Municipal Utilities office located at 138 Jackson St, Brooklyn, IA, 52211.

Read the full notice here.

Addendum 1

Posted 7-3-19

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