Working at HEA

Lineman on pole during sunsetHow To Apply

Applications are accepted only for open vacancies. To be considered an applicant, a person must be eligible to apply for the position by meeting the minimum qualifications for the vacancy and may be asked to submit the information required for that vacancy. Qualified applications are reviewed by hiring managers throughout the recruitment process and interviews can occur while the position is still posted. If a suitable candidate is found the opening may be removed from the website prior to the posted end date. Please, do not wait for the end date to apply. Applicants that are not selected for hire will be notified when the position for which they applied has been filled.

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HEA conducts background screens and post-offer physicals/drug & alcohol screening prior to hire.

It is the policy of Homer Electric Association, Inc. to accept applications only through our electronic portal unless an accommodation is arranged. Please contact Human Resources at (907) 235-3369 or hr@homerelectric.com if an accommodation is needed to apply for a position.

HEA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.

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Joining the HEA Team

Thank you for your interest in employment with Homer Electric Association, Inc. (HEA). HEA is an electric generation, transmission, and distribution cooperative serving the Kenai Peninsula. HEA employs approximately 140 employees across two service centers and a number of power generation facilities that include combustion turbine, combined cycle, hydro-electric, and emergency generation. We cover a broad area with nearly 34,000 meters spanning a 3,166 square mile service area.

HEA provides employees a great work environment with competitive pay and excellent benefits. The Kenai Peninsula has spectacular scenic beauty and is a sportsman’s/nature lovers paradise offering numerous fishing, hunting, camping, hiking, and recreational activities. In addition to this, the Kenai Peninsula is a great community to live, offering excellent schools, local amenities, a diverse economy, and medical facilities.

Union & Apprenticeship Information

INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF ELECTRICAL WORKERS – Alaska IBEW 1547

Alaska Joint Electrical Apprenticeship and Training