Why work at an electric cooperative?

Electric cooperatives provide their staff with competitive salaries and excellent benefits. With approximately 1,500 employees statewide, Indiana’s electric cooperatives offer great career opportunities among a variety of exciting positions—plus, you can feel good about the service you’re helping provide our community. Electric cooperative staff makes a positive difference, and they directly improve people’s lives.

Career opportunities include:

  • Accounting
  • Energy Advisor
  • CEO
  • Information Technology
  • Executive Assistant
  • Marketing/Communications
  • Member Services
  • Human Resources
  • Line Worker
  • Office Manager
  • Engineer

If you are interested in working for one of Indiana’s electric cooperatives, see the job listings below.

Current Indiana electric cooperative job listings:

Carroll White REMC
Journeyman Lineman

Daviess-Martin County REMC
Journeyman Lineperson

Dubois REC
Chief Executive Officer

Heartland REMC
Information Technology Manager

Hoosier Energy
Contractor Supervisor
Material Handler
Power Production Engineer
Right-of-Way Equipment Operator Working Foreman
Transmission Design Engineer

Jackson Connect – a fiber to the home internet provider and division of Jackson County REMC
Fiber Services Coordinator

Johnson County REMC
Chief Executive Officer

South Central Indiana REMC
Electrical Distribution Engineer

Journeyman Lineworker
Senior Staking Technician

Wabash Valley Power
Electronic Field Engineer
Environmental Engineer
Manager of Field Operations
SCADA EMS System Administrator
Senior Substation Engineer
Transmission Design Engineer