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NOTE: We do not hold applications on file; therefore, we do not accept applications or resumes except for current job openings.
Carteret-Craven Electric Cooperative is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Why Work at an Electric Cooperative?
Touchstone Energy Electric cooperatives are known for leading the field in innovation, employee benefits, and customer satisfaction. Focused on human welfare and community enrichment by its nature, the cooperative family offers competitive salaries, excellent benefit packages, and the satisfaction of knowing that the work performed for a cooperative directly benefits neighbors’ lives.
These cooperatives are also dedicated to helping further their employees’ careers, offering a full range of opportunities for distance learning, accreditation, or professional development programs. Some of the best, brightest, most creative and dedicated people have chosen to serve their communities and develop their careers through electric cooperatives. Together, America’s electric co-ops are working to bring home innovated electrical solutions to the communities we serve.
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