Focused on employees ...

The Grand River Dam Authority is comprised of a dedicated workforce of over 600 Oklahomans with the critical skills and expertise needed to meet the GRDA mission. Round-the-clock, they produced and deliver abundant, reliable electricity to our customers while also caring for the important natural resources under GRDA’s control.

GRDA jobs are diverse, ranging from electrical engineering and ecosystems management to financial planning and power line maintenance. While thousands of Oklahomans depend on this workforce to “keep the lights on” this workforce, in turn, depends on GRDA for good jobs, benefits and opportunities.

GRDA payroll dollars are circulated throughout the state’s economy in the communities where our employees live, work and play. Many of those communities are in rural parts of Oklahoma where stable employment is critical to economic health.

In those communities, Team GRDA makes a powerful difference. Off the clock, our employees serve as volunteer firemen, first responders, little league coaches, civic group leaders, school board members and much more. Each week, GRDA employees volunteer hundreds of hours collectively in service to their communities and their Oklahoma neighbors.

Power plants, transmission lines, substations, lake and river management programs and administrative duties are only as successful as the men and women doing the daily work to operate and maintain them. Today, the GRDA workforce remains the utility’s most powerful asset, while contributing to a better Oklahoma for everyone.