Performs intermediate administrative work developing and coordinating energy conservation programs, reviewing and reporting results of energy savings to external agencies, coordinating customer service and responding to data requests, developing and coordinating outreach, marketing and advertising programs, preparing the energy conservation budget, performing various accounts payable and accounts receivable duties, and related work as apparent or assigned. Work is performed under the general direction of the General Manager.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable an individual with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Performs accounts payable and accounts receivable duties including invoice organization, coding and entry into software; W-9 production for vendors; capital projects entry; calculation of sales and use tax for payment to the state; production of postage, phone and IT service invoices to various departments and agencies; annual calculation of sales tax paid in error.
Develops and implements conservation rebate programs; reviews and approves rebate applications; calculates commercial energy savings and facilitates associated spreadsheet tracking.
Prepares the daily deposit including cash and checks; settlement of credit card batches; performs backup bank deposit when appropriate and necessary.
Coordinates and manages the development of energy conservation and load programs; reviews and approves conservation project requests; monitors program results.
Prepares and distributes energy program reports; prepares associated budgets, newsletters, surveys and spreadsheets.
Facilitates social media and advertising outreach to customers and the community; maintains department website; purchases and distributes promotional items; staffs the display booth and various events and programs; provides customer energy conservation education.
Performs customer service duties such as billing assistance; answering phones; payment receipt from customers; responds to inquiries from customers.
Performs various administrative duties including but not limited to correspondence assistance; filing; record retention; maintenance of lists and records; issuing new employee ID's; facilitating service awards.
About City of East Grand Forks Water & Light Department
The East Grand Forks Water and Light is a municipal utility serving the residents of East Grand Forks with electricity and water since 1909. With a staff of 27 hard-working men and women, we are committed to supplying safe, reliable utilities to our residents.