Georgia Transmission Careers
A team of problem-solvers working to keep the lights on for homes and businesses in Georgia communities.
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.
We hire smart, work hard and give back. Together, our people serve Georgia homes and businesses by providing reliable electric power transmission.
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.
What People Say
GTC has provided me with a work-life harmony that can’t be matched. With our benefits, alternate work schedule and company events, I can balance my time at work and home.Eric Schultz, PE E-IV Transmission Services Engineer
Coming in as a young engineer, GTC has given me opportunity to grow as an employee. The GTCU developmental program offers associates cross-training, management classes, personal development classes and mentoring from senior level executives.Greg Davis, Engineer VI Power Delivery
We're a company that knows how to work, but also how to have fun. That’s largely because it’s the kind of place people plant roots. There are three people in my department who have worked here nearly 30 years. When you spend so much time together, those fellow associates become your friends and family.Tasha Brooks, Environmental & Regulatory Coordinator
GTC is still the place for me after 10 years. I am part of keeping the lights on for Georgians through the reliable service we provide to our member electric distribution co-ops. Knowing my voice is heard and that I am contributing toward that effort makes me very proud to work here.Cathy Granger, E-IV System Reliability
Whether you're an engineer installing new lines or a land agent meeting with homeowners, we believe in rewarding work done well.
Work-Life BalanceWith millions relying on us, our people demand the best from each other and from themselves. We’re committed to providing a healthy balance between your work life and home life that gives you time to enjoy and laugh with family, friends and colleagues.
Our state depends on reliable, affordable energy, and we reward our people for doing their part to keep it available. Because we believe every associate contributes towards that goal, we offer a competitive compensation and benefits package.
Caring for employees requires more than a paycheck. At our headquarters in metro Atlanta, we have an on-site cafeteria, fitness center and walking trails around campus. These employee benefits have earned us a reputation as one of Georgia's "Healthiest Employers."
Constant improvement is an attitude we encourage throughout the organization. That's why resources, cross-training and continuing education opportunities are available to employees who want to be lifelong learners and broaden their professional skill-set.
Whether you're looking for a first job or searching for a new challenge, we have opportunities for anyone wanting to work in the energy industry.
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.
Co-op & Internship Programs
If you’re a student looking to receive on-the-job training while easing the financial burden of completing your degree, look no further than our co-op and intern programs. We schedule co-ops and internships alongside academic semesters.
Join our team of problem-solvers and community builders who are powering Georgia homeowners and business leaders every day.
Georgia Transmission Corporation is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
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