Providing outstanding customer service is at the heart of KPUB’s company culture and in the forefront of all that we do. Keeping the lights on reliably for our community is something KPUB takes pride in! Since 1987, we’ve been committed to keeping the lights on for the Kerrville area—rain or shine.

At KPUB, we are responsive to our customers and committed to serving them. We don’t answer to shareholders—we answer to our customers, and every decision we make is in their best interest.

Are you interested in joining the KPUB team? Click the button below to check out our openings!

Our benefits

Full-time employees enjoy an excellent benefits package, which includes the following:

  • Health, Vision and Dental insurance
  • Life & AD&D Insurance
  • Retirement
  • Deferred Compensation
  • Tuition Assistance
  • Vacation, Sick and Holiday
  • Cancer Insurance
  • Critical Sickness Insurance
  • Employee Assistance Program
Taylor Riley

Taylor Riley


“At KPUB, I work with a great team of other line workers who all take pride in the work we do and are always ready to roll up our sleeves and help each other out. I love that my job as a KPUB lineman challenges me every day in different ways and the brotherhood it involves in training one another. KPUB is a great company that has offered me an opportunity to develop my career here, and I’m able to use my skills and knowledge to keep progressing in this line of work and continuously grow.”

Community Involvement

KPUB is committed to being a good corporate citizen in the community we serve and making the Kerrville area a better place to work, live and raise our families. We promote employee involvement in our community by allowing employees time away from work to volunteer to help at various nonprofit organizations in the area that support our citizens.

In addition, we also support employees as they volunteer to participate on various nonprofit boards throughout the community. As you join KPUB, please discuss your volunteer aspirations with your supervisor.

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Available Positions

TITLE: Network Administrator
POSITION STATUS: Full Time, Non-Exempt
DEPARTMENT: Information Technology
REPORTS TO: Supervisor of IT Services


Under general direction, provides a full range of technical support, system, network, security, and database administration responsibilities. This position requires a broad understanding of information technologies and infrastructure, hardware and software systems, and cloud-based services.


• Network/Systems administration: assists with planning, implementing, maintaining and monitoring the network infrastructure, including hardware and software problems pertaining to LAN/WAN/Wireless. Includes vSphere, SAN, and telephony systems administration.
• Security administration: assists with planning, implementing and maintaining security systems, including network security, SIEM administration, XDR, security camera system, access system, etc.
• Provide support of vulnerability management, server patch management and second-level support for endpoint patch management.
• Work with KPUB Management, and other departments to provide technical support and assistance to users, according to business needs.
• All other assignments as directed by supervisor or General Manager/CFO.


• Bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university in Information Technology, Computer Science, Computer Engineering or related field preferred, or at least four years’ experience in network and systems operation and support, database administration, and PC hardware and software support
• Thorough knowledge and experience with VMware vSphere and WorkspaceONE, SAN technology, Windows/Linux server environment, networking (preferably Cisco), Microsoft Active Directory, Exchange, SQL Server, Group Policy, SolarWinds. Prefer experience with electric utility information systems, such as OMS, IVR, GIS, and AMI.
• Experience with security frameworks, maturity models, etc.
• Security+, VMware, Microsoft, and Cisco certifications preferred.
• Ability to work effectively as a member of a team and establish and maintain effective working relationships.
• Ability to prioritize competing requests for service.
• Communicate effectively orally and written.
• Possess a valid Texas Driver’s license and have a good driving record
• Must be physically and mentally able to perform the essential functions of the job described with or without reasonable accommodation, including being able to lift up to 50 pounds of materials.
• Bondable.

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Accommodation Request

If you have a disability and need accommodation(s) to apply for one of KPUB’s posted positions, please contact us:

Call: 1-830-792-8283
Email: [email protected]

Equal Employment Opportunity

KPUB actively promotes equal-opportunity employment and equal pay on the basis of merit and ability to perform work. Equal opportunity will be extended to all qualified employees and applicants for employment regardless of race, color religion, national origin, sex, pregnancy, age, or disability. 


U.S. law requires companies to employ only individuals who may legally work in the United States, either as U.S. citizens or foreign citizens who have the necessary authorization. KPUB participates in E-Verify, a U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services internet system that helps businesses determine the eligibility of their employees to work in the U.S.

Apprenticeship Program

KPUB and other utilities play an enormous role in apprenticeship. KPUB’s apprenticeship program is recognized by the Department of Labor and audited frequently to ensure compliance and integrity. To become a Journey Lineman, Apprentice Linemen, or trainees, must complete 8,000 hours of on-the-job training and 144 hours of bookwork on their own time. Once completed, graduates receive a certificate of completion and a certification that will carry throughout their careers.

The apprenticeship in Texas a paid program designed to focus on training and education. Apprentices work with and learn from established Journeymen in a hands-on setting. KPUB linemen serve as coaches, mentors, and teachers to the apprentices during their training. Apprentices will also work in several different areas of the industry, such as the substations and power lines. Much of our linemen’s success is attributed to the Journey Linemen that train the apprentices.

Since 2006, KPUB has had 27 apprentices complete the training and receive their certification recognized by the Department of Labor. We are so incredibly grateful for all our linemen and their dedication to our community. Thank you, KPUB linemen!


Get an inside look into Kerrville Public Utility Board’s lineman apprenticeship program: