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Manager of Billing & Meter Reading Oversight
Long Island Power Authority
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Posted: 19-Aug-21

Location: Uniondale, New York

Type: Full Time

Preferred Education: 4 Year Degree

Salary: $125,000 - $145,000

Categories:

Operations

Years of Experience:

5 - 10
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About Long Island Power Authority
Our Mission LIPA is a not-for-profit public utility with a mission to enable clean, reliable, and affordable electric service for our customers on Long Island and the Rockaways. About LIPA The Long Island Power Authority was created by an Act of the New York State Legislature in 1986 and acquired the electric transmission and distribution system of the Long Island Lighting Company on May 28, 1998, immediately lowering electric rates for customer-owners by more than 20 percent. As result of the LIPA Reform Act of 2013, the Authority utilizes a public-private partnership business model and contracts with PSEG Long Island, a subsidiary of Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated, one of the nation’s largest electric utilities, to operate LIPA’s electric system under a 12-year contract. LIPA’s public-private business model continues to deliver the advantages of public power to customers, including LIPA’s not-for-profit status, access to low-cost financing, and dedication to Long Island and the Rockaways.
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