There will be a lot of job opportunities at electric cooperatives in Virginia, Maryland, Delaware and nationally in the next five years, the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association says.
Electric cooperatives are looking to hire a number of new positions in the coming years.
Keeping the lights on is an essential part of electric utility linework.
Here is a list of the 10 reasons prospective employees should consider a career in electric cooperatives.
Every day in this country, more than 75,000 men and women go to work at America’s electric cooperatives to keep the lights on for 42 million energy consumers in 48 states. It’s challenging work, but in addition to a paycheck, co-op employees go home each night knowing...
A customer service representative is but one part of a powerful electric cooperative career.