American Transmission Co.

Helping to keep the lights on, businesses running and communities strong. ®

Our workplace culture

As the first transmission-only electric utility in the U.S., ATC represents a new generation of utilities. Our sole purpose is to operate the transmission grid to meet the needs of our utility customers and all electricity users in the areas we serve.

As we grow, our priorities are to operate the electric grid reliably, grow our assets and improve our infrastructure. We are breaking new ground every day by creating new processes, systems and solutions. We recognize that our employees are great sources of innovative ideas. We encourage creativity, collaboration and communication.

Career development

At ATC, you’ll put your skills to work immediately, contributing to the operation of the critical infrastructure that powers people’s lives. You will have the opportunity to grow by developing a personal development plan that may lead to new experiences and advancement within the company. Independent workers and innovative thinkers succeed here. We encourage our employees to approach their work with confidence and creativity.

Work-life balance

In today’s fast-paced world, there can be many demands on your time. Balancing work and family is challenging for many and is an important issue when choosing an employer. At ATC, our generous vacation allowance and paid time off for personal appointments help employees achieve that balance.

Diversity and inclusion

At ATC, we strive to create and maintain a diverse workforce. We recognize that there are many facets to diversity. We value employees’ unique contributions and work to create an environment of inclusion that respects and embraces diversity.

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Careers at American Transmission Co.

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