Designer II, Menominee MI

Company Name:
Integrys Energy Group
# Job Description
Wisconsin Public Service, a subsidiary of Integrys Energy Group, is currently recruiting for a Designer II for our office in Menominee MI. This position reports to the Manager - Customer Service.
Provide construction/maintenance plans.
Prepare construction costs.
Create material requirements.
Processes work requests.
Prepare construction documents.
Resolve design and construction problems.
Maintain quality service.
Maintain professional and technical knowledge and create positive customer interactions.
Title: Designer II, Menominee MI
Minimum Qualifications:
Technical degree or higher in one of the following disciplines:
Electrical Power Distribution
Gas Utility Construction and Service
Engineering Technology
1+ years of experience working with Microsoft products
Customer contact experience in one of the following areas: utility, construction, industrial, or commercial
Employee Value Proposition: Integrys Energy Group offers a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package. Interested candidates must apply online no later than the Removal Date indicated below. Integrys reserves the right to modify the application deadline or discontinue accepting applications for any position if deemed necessary.
Company Summary: Wisconsin Public Service (WPS), a subsidiary of Integrys Energy Group, is a regulated electric and natural gas utility delivering safe, reliable energy to nearly 450,000 homes and businesses in northeast and central Wisconsin and an adjacent portion of Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
Our employees are guided by our vision of "People Creating a Premier and Growing Energy Company."
A career with WPS is worth the energy!
Learn more about careers within Integrys Energy Group at .
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer
All qualified candidates, including minorities, women, veterans and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Request Type: Regular
Location(s): MI-Menominee
Requisition ID: 857BR
Removal Date: 20-Aug-2014

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