Grand Bahama Power strives for the highest standards in electricity generation and delivery because we know that energy affects our environment, our society, our quality of life and our shared success.
Our work is important and we know that every employee is essential to getting the job done. We value diversity and innovation on our team and are always looking for driven professionals to join our effort to deliver cleaner, reliable, and efficient energy to customers across Grand Bahama.
We presently employ over 170 qualified Bahamians in areas of Plant Operations, Maintenance, Transmission and Distribution Line Construction and Maintenance, Supply Chain Management, Substation and Underground, Project Management, Information Technology and Management, Metering, Accounting and Finance, Human Resources, Training and Payroll, Customer Service and Chemistry.
Our employees enjoy competitive salaries commensurate with qualifications and experience, as well as comprehensive benefits.
The academic requirement for employment varies based on the job classification. However, standard minimum requirements are a high school diploma, a clean police certificate and proof of Bahamian citizenship.
Check our Current Opportunities page for information on available positions.
Kettering University Electrical Engineering Co-op
Grand Bahama Power Company sponsors students in conjunction with the Electrical Engineering Co-op programme at Kettering University, Flint, Michigan.
Kettering Co-op is a program designed to place students that possess intelligence, initiative, and a strong work ethic with business partners that are willing to take fresh talent under their wing and mold them into assets for their industry, not merely for a semester, but for an entire career.
The mission of the Electrical Engineering Program is to develop individuals who are prepared to accept engineering responsibility in industry. Specifically, the four major goals of the program are:
- To graduate students with a broad and fundamental understanding of mathematics and science engineering science, and electrical engineering;
- To provide its graduates with the experience and the skills necessary to work effectively in industry;
- To provide experience both designing products or systems from concept to completion and documenting the complete process in a professional manner;
- To facilitate student development as professional engineers
Electrical Engineers work in many areas of industry where they design and use electrical devices, such as; computer systems, control systems, radio and satellite communication systems, motors and electrical actuators and electronics.