OPERATIONS

A good operations professional makes sure all the “T’s” are crossed and all the “I’s” are dotted

Before a line crew heads off to a job site, an electric co-op’s operations professional has ensured that the crew has everything it needs to get the job done.

With job titles such as building and grounds coordinator, fleet mechanic, and warehouse coordinator, an operations professional manages inventories, inspects and repairs vehicles and replaces parts as needed and coordinates with outside contractors for major repairs, among other important duties.

If the co-op facility is running efficiently, it’s because a hard-working operations professional is doing the job well.

Does this sound like you?

I like:

Working inside and outside
Using my hands
Variety
Taking things apart and putting them back together
Supporting others
Troubleshooting

I am:

Thorough
Diligent
Skilled
Reliable
Organized
Collaborative

Careers in operations at a cooperative might include jobs like

  • Meter Technician
  • Right-of-way/vegetation management
  • Building and Grounds Maintenance/Coordinator
  • Fleet Mechanic
  • Warehouse
  • Materials
  • Logistics

CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES:

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