Generating and delivering power is a 24/7 operation, and it takes more than 3,200 people from across Greater San Antonio to make it happen. CPS Energy is the nation’s largest community-owned energy company, and our people are passionate about serving our community, helping our customers and caring for our environment.
As a leader in the utility industry, we provide best-in-class service reliability, have some of the lowest rates in the nation, and we are number one in Texas for wind and solar energy generation. We bring leading-edge technology, educational investments and economic development to our community.
Diverse and dynamic team members–from IT technicians and financial analysts to electric line workers and engineers–are key to our success. An average CPS Energy employee has been with our company for 15 years, and they’re the reason that CPS Energy is regularly recognized as one of the best energy companies in the U.S. We offer in-house training and development, as well as tuition reimbursement, to help our people grow, and exceptional benefits to help them care for themselves and their families.
Multi-skilled technicians (MSTs) are a crucial part of our team. CPS Energy is involved in every aspect of what it takes to deliver power to more than a million customers at hundreds of thousands of businesses and homes in Greater San Antonio. Across this complex and modern system, sophisticated automation helps keep things working smoothly, providing the exceptional reliability our customers expect.
MSTs maintain this crucial automation throughout the electric power generation, transmission and distribution network. These are demanding, rewarding jobs – helping to keep the power flowing to our customers’ homes, businesses, hospitals, schools, military installations, sports stadiums, data centers, and more. And because providing energy is a 24/7/365 responsibility, scheduling for MST positions is flexible and varied. These skilled technicians are the backbone of our workforce that powers our customers’ lives every day, and CPS Energy cannot be successful without them!
The story of H-E-B began more than 100 years ago in a small, family owned store in the Texas Hill Country. Today H-E-B serves families all over Texas and Mexico in 155 communities, with more than 375 stores and over 80,000 Partners (employees). With over 21 Billion in annual sales, H-E-B ranks 15th among all U.S. private companies and serves over 8 million customers per week. Our commitment to excellence has made us one of the nation’s largest independently owned food retailers in the nation. H-E-B is an industry leader, with creative new concepts, outstanding service, and a commitment to diversity in our workforce, workplace and marketplace.
As the largest private employer in Texas, H-E-B provides career opportunities not just in retail, but also in Manufacturing, Warehousing, Transportation, and Facility Services. These divisions of our company serve a critical role in delivering excellent service to our customers. H-E-B employs multi-skilled maintenance technicians in these operations to help manage and maintain equipment associated with our manufacturing production lines, warehouse and transportation distribution equipment, as well as our physical buildings and grounds. Our multi-skilled technicians perform electrical and mechanical maintenance and troubleshooting for food production equipment, building utilities, and industrial refrigeration systems at campus locations in San Antonio, San Marcos, Houston, Temple, Weslaco, and Corpus Christi.
Takata launched its Operations in Japan in 1933 as a maker of woven textile fabrics. In the 1950s, Takata began to develop seat belts for automobiles, and after that, they developed airbags, child restraint systems and a variety of other safety-related products. The Takata Dream is of “a society with zero fatalities from traffic accidents.”
Currently, Takata has 46 plants in 17 countries around the world. At the San Antonio, Texas Metal Stamping Plant, coils of raw steel are stamped into more than 150 different safety restraint components such as seatbelt buckle bases and latches.
MSTs will play a vital role for our Operations by keeping our vast array of machinery working properly. Our machines range from older technology to highly advanced robotics. A fully-trained MST will have the skills necessary to keep us competitive and make great additions to our local team!
This is an exciting time to be a part of Toyota, as we bring together all of our headquarters operations in Plano, TX (about 20 miles north of Dallas), expand our technical center near York Township, MI, and build a new production engineering facility in Georgetown, KY.
But we’re in more places than just these three. With facilities and offices all over the country, you can find a job that’s right for you, whether it’s in engineering, finance, marketing, sales, strategy, IT, or another corporate support area. A lot of different skills go into making, selling and financing the future of mobility.
TOYOTETSU TEXAS, INC.
Toyotetsu Texas, Inc. (TTTX) was established in San Antonio Texas in 2004 and began production in 2006. TTTX is located on-site with its main customer, Toyota Motor Manufacturing Texas (TMMTX). Through our state of the art stamping and welding processes, TTTX produces body, chassis, and functional parts for the Tundra and Tacoma vehicles. Examples of body parts include center pillar, front pillar, lower back panel, radiator support and rocker panel. Examples of chassis parts include lower control arm, rear trailing arm, and rear control arm. Examples of functional parts include brake pedal, clutch pedal, hood lock and parking break lever. TTTX strives to achieve our goal of “Becoming the number one automotive supplier with the best quality and just-in-time delivery” based on the Toyota Production System (TPS).
The TTTX Machine Maintenance department is responsible for ensuring our equipment is always functioning at the highest level of efficiency possible. Machine maintenance team members support our four stamping presses ranging in size from 500 tons to 3000 tons. In addition, Machine Maintenance team members service almost 100 robotic welding arms. TTTX Machine Maintenance team members utilize their diverse skill set daily by possibly working on electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic, PLC, or fabrication projects. TTTX looks for Machine Maintenance team members that have a passion for team work and like to be creative and contribute to toward team goals. People that embrace a fast paced environment and who are flexible and can adapt to ever changing requirements help make our team a success.