Your Future with Georgia Transmission
We're always looking for people who want to support Georgia communities with reliable, affordable electric power. Our people-over-profit culture, competitive compensation and commitment to the Seven Cooperative Principles speaks to our employee philosophy. Voted Best Place to Work in Georgia multiple times, we offer an engaging environment for engineers, technicians, project managers and more.
At Georgia Transmission, we don't believe in "good enough." That’s why our team is always working to improve Georgia’s power grid. From state-of-the-art power lines to remote-controlled technology, the topic of innovation comes up in every electric power transmission discussion.
Whether partnering with a homeowner or protecting a butterfly habitat, every new project is another opportunity to engage Georgia residents. More than engineers, technicians and project managers, our employees are advocates for our state’s environment, educational system and economy.
Our partnerships with homeowners and business owners are more than transactions. As we plan, build and maintain new infrastructure, our people look for ways to give back. Employees volunteer for river clean-ups, host blood drives and support other nonprofits, including Habitat for Humanity.
We are engineers, technicians, accountants, planners and project managers, just to name a few. Because keeping the lights on is a multi-faceted process, we employ a multi-talented team. As an employee, you will work alongside creative problem-solvers who share your work ethic and your appetite for meaningful work.
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Whether you're an engineer installing new lines or a land agent meeting with homeowners, we believe in rewarding work done well.
Our engineers design and oversee the construction of infrastructure, ensuring projects support community needs.
Our expert technicians test and maintain power lines and substations to reduce the risk of outages.
With so many parties involved in every project, our project managers steward the budget and enforce the deadline.
Working with key stakeholders, our planners anticipate energy needs and propose future projects to meet the demand.
Land agents, accountants and human resources are just a few of the many groups working behind the scenes.
Central-East Region, GA