- Advanced Technology Meters
- Electric Generation Byproducts
- Plant Vogtle
- Awards Meeting Agendas and Minutes
- Bid Forms
- Bid Results
- Formal Procurement Opportunities
- iSupplier Portal
- Jacksonville Small Emerging Business Program
- Look Up an Invoice
- Requests for Information
- Zycus Portal
- Community Impact
- Corporate Headquarters
- Honors and Achievements
- Media Relations
- Real Estate Services
- Strategic Focus and Core Values
Technology positions allow you to help build and maintain computer systems and networks that JEA relies on daily. See which technology positions we have below for you.
Examples of Technology career titles include:
- Mgr Network & Telecommunications Services
- Network Administrator
- Manager Information Security
- Security Analyst
- Application Analyst
- Corporate Applications Specialist
- Manager GIS & Engineering Systems
Meet Patrick, Corporate Applications Specialist for JEA. After graduating from Bishop Kenny High School in Jacksonville, FL, Patrick headed to North Carolina to play soccer in college. When he blew out his knee and was spending lots of time off his feet, he began building computers and learning DOS to pass the time. After a short time of getting skilled with computers, Patrick moved back to Jacksonville to decide on his next move. In May 1988, he landed an unexpected job with St. Johns River Power Park (SJRPP) using his new found computer skills. Patrick worked by day and pursued a computer science degree by night. With SJRPP, he began networking and doing mainframe programming. Next thing he knew, it was the year 2000 – the year the SJRPP and JEA merged. Patrick’s career then took off. He helped program the main languages and build what has become the modern day IT department of JEA.
My favorite thing about working at JEA is working with our customers and doing things that add value. Things I worked on 10 years ago are still adding value today.
Patrick built JEA’s original Google outage map, which was supposed to serve only as a pilot program. However, the map received so much great buzz that JEA decided to use it as the official outage map. JEA used this map for 10 years.
Patrick's Advice: “Slow down and pay attention to details.”