IT Systems Engineer

Company Name:
LG&E and Kentucky Utilities Services Company
Provide technology solutions for the Energy Management System to meet CIP compliance requirements. Under general supervision, responsible for moderately complex infrastructure hardware and software and/or analytical activities associated with one or more technical areas such as, but not limited to, infrastructure design, engineering,
hardware, operating systems, Third party products, Enterprise Application Administration, implementation, troubleshooting, maintenance or operations/user support.

Recommended Education/Experience
Bachelor's degree in Information Technology, Engineering, Computer Science and/or alternate combination of education and experience which results in the equivalent
knowledge and skills.
Possesses 2-4 years technical support and multi-user computing platform experience. Continuing education courses/technical seminars.

Special Qualifications
A successful academic and work background indicating a demonstrated ability to absorb information apply conceptual skills in practical applications; achieve desired results in a highly technical, operating environment. Incumbent must effectively embrace rapid technological, business, and regulatory Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) changes while maintaining enthusiasm and displaying sound judgment to meet operational timelines.

Apply online at www.lge-ku.com
Louisville Gas & Electric and
Utilities (LG&E and KU) is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer dedicated to diversity and the strength it brings to our workplace. Qualified applicants receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, sex, national original, protected veteran or disability status.

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