Come to Work, Stay to Play
Idaho Power, formed in 1916, is the largest electrical utility in Idaho. We serve most of the southern portion of the state as well as parts of eastern Oregon.
As an investor-owned utility, we offer more than 481,000 customers some of the lowest electrical rates in the nation, largely due to our highly efficient hydroelectric and coal-fired plants.
Our 2,000 employees serve a population of approximately 982,000 in a service area of more than 24,000 square miles.
The value of Idaho Power’s assets topped $3.7 billion in 2007 and the company’s operating revenues were more than $875 million.
We offer a comprehensive and competitive compensation and benefits package, designed to meet the needs of you and your family. We provide medical and dental insurance, flexible time off, a company-matched employee savings plan (401k), a pension plan, long- and short-term disability plans, group life, accident and disability insurance.
Safety Is A Value
Idaho Power’s employees are our greatest asset. Our safety philosophy that All Injuries Can Be Prevented is supported in an environment where the management and leadership team is responsible and accountable for safety. Additionally, employees are expected to be proactive safety leaders. Safe, engaged and effective employees are critical to our success. Idaho Power consistently ranks in the top 30 percent of all U.S. utilities in safety performance.
A few things about Idaho...
At Idaho Power, we strive to offer our employees a work/life balance that allows them to enjoy all that Idaho and eastern Oregon has to offer.
Within minutes of almost any location in Idaho you will find the rugged beauty of the Rocky Mountains, the splendor of the great Snake River and its tributaries, falls and rapids; wilderness areas, forests, state parks and national recreation areas. If you like the outdoors, you’ll love Idaho. Idaho's outdoor recreation opportunities are limitless. They include:
- Big game hunting (elk, deer, moose, antelope, etc.)
- Bird hunting (upland birds, ducks, geese)
- Fishing (salmon, steelhead, trout, etc.)
- Mountain climbing, hiking and biking
- Downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling
- Water skiing, boating
- Whitewater rafting, kayaking
For more information about recreational opportunities in Idaho and Oregon, visit the following Web sites: