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Some people work for a paycheck. We work for a purpose. Looking for a job with energy? Consider joining Tri-County Electric Cooperative (TCEC). We offer competitive compensation packages, job stability and opportunity for growth.

If you are purpose-driven, community-oriented and service-focused, we want you to join our network of dedicated, electric cooperative employees. Competitive pay and excellent benefits in a friendly work environment will make your time worthwhile. 

We operate by the seven cooperative principles with the shared purpose of improving the lives of those we serve. Openings at TCEC are posted in local newspapers and on the cooperative's website and social media channels. Applications must be completed for specific positions as they become available. TCEC will not accept employment applications at any time, for any position, unless it is for a specific open position. TCEC is an equal-opportunity employer. 



This department is responsible for paying the cooperative’s bills, paying its employees and accounting for the property owned by TCEC. It is a job that requires attention to detail.

Engineering has technicians that specialize in metering, mapping, right of way, system communications (SCADA) and system engineers. They work to ensure the electrical system of the cooperative can meet the power demands of members.

HR oversees all benefit programs and assists with the development of compensation policies. Works closely with the CEO and leadership team on staffing, work assignments, programs, wage plans and scheduling.

The IT Department supports the technology and communication needs of the systems used to run the business of the cooperative.

This department is responsible for key accounts, energy use, member service, billing, communications, marketing, community relations and workflow. The member solutions team members are often the first point of contact for our members, spending a lot of time on the phone or in person talking to members.

This department installs, repairs, and maintains the many miles of line and substations the cooperative uses to deliver electricity. Lineworkers receive extensive, on-the-job training as well as some classroom training.