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Employment Opportunities

Southeastern Electric has no openings at this time. Please check the listing below.


Below is a list of job openings in other Electric Cooperatives:


(2) Temporary Line Workers – Northern Electric Cooperative, Bath SD – One position at Bath and one at
Redfield. If interested, please submit a cover letter, resume and application. Applications can be picked up at our
office in Bath or Redfield or online at Positions open till filled. Please mail your application
package to Northern Electric Cooperative, PO Box 457, Bath, SD 57427, Attn: Mike Kelly. If you have any
questions please call the office at 800 529-0310 or EOE.

1,000-hour Temporary Apprentice Lineman – Lake Region Electric, Webster, SD – To be considered for
the position, a LREA application must be completed and returned along with current resume and a transcript of
grades. The application can be found on LREA's website, Applications will be accepted until
position is filled. Please contact Tom Lundborg if you have questions at 605-345-3379 or tlundborg@lakeregion.

1,000-hour Apprentice Lineman – Lyon-Lincoln Electric Cooperative, Tyler, MN – For an employment
application or further information, please contact Lyle Lamote at 1-800-927-6276 or the cooperative’s website at Applicant will need to submit resume, employment application and references by May 30, 2014, to
Lyon-Lincoln Electric Co-op, PO Box 639, Tyler, MN 56178. EOE.

General Manager – Bridger Valley Electric Association, Bridger Valley, WY – All applications will be
kept confidential. Application packages need a cover letter, resume, recent salary history, along with six business and
personal references by mail or e-mail. Applications accepted until position is filled. Send application to: kcharles@ or Board President, Bridger Valley Electric Association, Inc., PO Box 470, Mountain View, WY 82939.






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