iHireUtilities works hard to discover jobs in the utility services field as well as aid employers with hiring in this sector. This includes regulatory and permitting managers/specialists, safety managers/specialists, technicians, buyers, directors, inspectors, operations managers, and project managers, among others.
The utilities sector is projected to experience a decline in employment during the 2012 to 2022 period because of technological advances that will boost efficiency and reduce the demand for workers. Employment is expected to fall by approximately 10% overall; however, it’s important to note that the outlook for certain roles is better than others. Line installers and repairers can look forward to a 6% increase from 2014 to 2024 and professionals in water treatment/sewage will also experience modest growth due to rising populations and expanded regulations.