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System Operator
Alameda Municipal Power (AMP) is currently looking to fill one (1) full-time System Operator position. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a team making a significant impact in the local community. About Alameda Municipal PowerIn 1887, the City of Alameda paid $20,000 for the installations of 13 streetlights and a 90-kW generating station to power them.  And with that, the oldest public electric utility west of the Mississippi was created. Today, the City of Alameda is still in the power business and still a trendsetter.  Now known as Alameda Municipal Power (AMP), we have survived over a century and a quarter of utility mergers that created behemoths in other places. AMP


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