PEOPLE COME FIRST AT COOPERATIVES
Co-ops are owned by the members we serve. This fact impacts everything we do here at Upper Cumberland Electric Membership Corporation. People always come before margins, and our employees are serious about the responsibility we have to provide power to our communities. The work we do not only makes life more comfortable and convenient, but we allow hospitals to operate and factories to run. We provide the power for cell phones and computers – technology that we rely on each day. Our employees power everyday life for our region. It’s a serious - and sometimes hazardous – job that is incredibly rewarding and full of opportunity. Do you have what it takes to be part of our team?
Design new power lines and monitor existing lines and equipment. Typically requires an engineering degree.
Operations and Construction
Build and repair power lines and other equipment. Requires completion of a lineman apprenticeship program.
Respond to member needs, inquiries and concerns. Typically requires a two-year degree in accounting or business.
Helps members use energy more wisely. Typically requires a two-year degree in accounting or business.
Applicants have rights under Federal Employment Laws
- FMLA Poster - Employee Rights - View PDF
- EEO Poster - View PDF
- EEO Poster Supplement - View PDF
- Employee Polygraph Protection Act Poster - View PDF
Excellent Benefits Close To Home
- Competitive wages well above the average income for this region.
- Health insurance and retirement benefits.
- Job training and continuing education.
- Competitive and challenging work environment.
- Vacation, holidays and sick leave.
- Centrally located for convenient commute.
Marketing and Communications
Assists the co-op in building and managing its reputation in the community by educating members and public officials. Oversees programs and events. Typically requires a four-year degree in business or public relations.
Accounting and Finance
Performs the accounting, financial and material management functions for the cooperative. Typically requires a four-year degree in accounting or business.
Coordinates and maintains the computer systems and technology required to keep the modern power grid functioning. Typically requires a four-year degree in IT or computer science.
Oversees the safety, education and compliance functions of the co-op while maximizing employee abilities and ensuring safe working conditions and employee morale. Typically requires a four-year degree in business.