The PUC is working to encourage more job-seekers to consider #UtilityCareers – spotlighting the numerous options available for those considering careers or searching for new opportunities. Pennsylvania’s utilities represent tens-of-thousands of well-paying, family-supporting and community-oriented jobs. These are services that will remain in-demand well into the future, with growth and training opportunities, good wages, and the satisfaction of knowing that you are serving your local communities.
Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) Chairman Gladys M. Brown today joined with leaders from Gov. Tom Wolf’s Administration, including the Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs (DMVA) and Department of Labor & Industry (L&I), along with representatives from public utilities from across the state, to highlight the importance and impact of veterans in the utility workforce. “First and foremost, our veterans have already made a tremendous contribution to keeping our nation safe and secure – and veterans play a strong role in our public utilities and overall labor force,” noted Chairman Brown. “These men and women are disciplined, mission driven, safety focused, community oriented and understand the critical nature of utility services.” Media Contact: Nils Hagen-Frederiksen Press Secretary, PA Public Utility Commission email@example.com / 717-418-2701Open »