Career Opportunities at Big Rivers


JOB #IRC6133


Law degree, membership in the Kentucky State Bar Association and license to practice law in Kentucky (license to practice law and in good standing in another state will suffice pending admission to Kentucky bar).  Must have the ability to read and understand complex legal documents.  Knowledge of basic contract, commercial, and business law principals required, with a preference for individuals with regulatory and energy knowledge and experience.  Experience with real estate and employment law a plus.  Minimum of 2 years of legal experience required.

This position will provide legal support in a wide range of areas, including administrative, business, corporate, employment, and real estate law.  Draft applications and other filings to, and attend hearings before, regulatory bodies.  Negotiate, draft, and review contracts for various departments throughout the organization.  Draft and analyze legislation.  Exceptional organizational and legal writing and research skills.  Ability to work independently, manage time effectively, meet deadlines and deliver high quality work product with minimal oversight by supervisor.  Ability to make solid business and legal judgments and apply strategic thinking.  Ability to communicate clearly, persuasively, logically and succinctly (both verbally and in writing) for a variety of audiences.

Qualified candidates send resume to – include job title & number.  Deadline to apply is 11/24/2019. No third parties, no phone calls accepted.



JOB #IRC6013


The candidate should be knowledgeable in reading ladder logic diagrams and have the ability to trouble shoot system faults using generally acceptable procedures and practices.  General understanding of medium voltage switchgear, 480v Motor Control Centers, and protective relaying.  Understanding of generally acceptable maintenance practices for large and small transformers, motors, and generators. The candidate will also have the responsibility of developing and implementing a short and long term strategic plan that supports the needs for an electric generating station, including responsibility to monitor and support other related electrical maintenance activities.

Under the general direction of the Maintenance Manager, responsible for planning, directing, coordinating, and implementing engineering, design policies, and maintenance activities for plant electrical systems.  Requires a high level of judgment, analytic ability and creativity, such as investigating moderately complex problems or situations, analyzing information and recommending solutions.

Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering required or an alternate combination of education and experience, which results in equivalent job knowledge. Requires thorough knowledge of power plant operations and electrical systems. Good communication and supervisory skills required.  Respirator release required. Requires the ability to use formal engineering training in practical application in a power plant environment.

Qualified candidates send resume to – include job title & number.  No third parties, no phone calls accepted.