While the lineman in a hardhat is the most recognizable image of an electric co-op employee, it takes many employees from a variety of different disciplines to run an electric distribution cooperative. BEMC employs people in a wide range of areas, across our three locations; company headquarters in Supply, and district offices in Whiteville and Southport/Oak Island, NC.
|- accounting and finance||- electric engineers and planners|
|- data processing and billing||- GIS, mapping and staking technicians|
|- information systems||- line technicians, crew leaders and supervisors.|
|- customer service||- dispatch technicians|
|- cashiers and reception||- safety and quality control|
|- public relations and communications||- purchasing|
|- human resources||- warehouse, fleet and facilities management|
How to Apply:
Employment openings at BEMC are listed on the NCWorks Online (www.ncworks.gov) website which is the current website for the NC Employment Security Commission. Applications will be accepted at the local NC Employment Security Commission office or online through ncworks.gov.
General Ledger Coordinator
The General Ledger Coordinator will prepare accounting and financial records and reports for assigned areas and provide statistical financial reports for the Rural Consumer Service Corporation and SENC Energy, LLC. Qualified candidates will have advanced Excel skills, be proficient in Word, Outlook and QuickBooks, and have strong communication skills both orally and written. An Associate’s Degree in Accounting is preferred; an equivalent business experience will be considered as a replacement for the degree. Knowledge of RUS accounting is preferred. Qualified applicants should submit a resume to HumanResources@BEMC.ORG by 5 p.m. Tuesday, February 12, 2019.
Statement of Non-Discrimination:
Brunswick Electric Membership Corporation is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
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