Energy & Utilities Pathway - Oxnard College

Energy & Utilities PathwayEnergy & Utilities Industry Sector

The Electromechanical Installation and Maintenance pathway provides learning opportunities for students interested in working in production, installation, maintenance, and repair. In this pathway students learn how to maintain and repair pipelines and power lines, operate and repair plant machinery, and monitor treatment processes. The Energy and Environmental Technology pathway provides learning experiences for students interested in energy production and environmental concerns including how to install, repair, and maintain power-generating stations, gas plants, water treatment plants, and wet-sewage treatment plants. The Public Utilities pathway provides opportunities for students interested in a variety of public utility industries, including but not limited to power plant operation, power distribution and dispatching, and operation of water treatment plants or wastewater plants. The Residential and Commercial Energy and Utilities pathway provides learning opportunities for obtaining, verifying, and maintaining primary financial data and records, including recording the usage of electricity, gas, water, and sewer utilities.

Residential & Commercial Energy & Utilities Pathway

Careers to Explore
Entry Level
with high school diploma
Technical Level
with AA or AS degree or certificate
Professional Level
with BS or BA degree

Cable Splicer
Meter Reader
Tower Technician
Solar Installer
Sewer Worker
Public Works Maintenance Worker
Waste Management Worker
Residential Energy Auditor

Heating & Air Conditioning Installer
Solar Technician
Industry Facilities Technician
Power Plant Technician
Utilities Operator
Wind Technician
Journeyman Lineman
Underground Inspector
Generation Dispatcher
Load Forecaster
Instrumentation Control Technician

HVAC Technician Engineer
Energy Analyst
Public Works Director
Environmental Engineer
Sustainability Engineer
Cell Scientist
Renewable Program Coordinator

 

Career information courtesy of King's County Office of Education