As a Generation and Transmission co-op, Hoosier Energy provides many services to its 18 member systems. This page is a place where we can help our member systems recruit great employees to serve in their communities.

 

Each of our 18 member cooperatives operate and maintain 36,000 miles of distribution lines and provide electric service to nearly 300,00 member-consumers. While the job postings found on this page are not for Hoosier Energy, they are for our member systems.

 

Want to make a positive difference and improve people’s lives in your community?  See job postings below and apply now to join the Co-op team!

 

Co-op career opportunities include:

The cooperative difference

The consumer-owned cooperative business model is guided by seven important principles – principles that were first established in 1844 in Rochdale, England and have been adopted by cooperatives around the world ever since. These seven principles serve as the foundation for providing our member systems with safe, reliable and clean energy every day.

Voluntary and Open Membership
Membership is open to all who use our services without gender, social, racial, political or religious discrimination.
Democratic member control
We are a democratic organization; an elected representative from each of our 18 members actively participates in setting policies and making decisions for the benefit of all.
Members’ economic participation
Our goal is to run the business as efficiently as possible, not to make a profit. Any additional revenue is invested directly into the business, then returned to member systems after a specified number of years.
Autonomy and independence
Cooperatives are autonomous, self-help organizations. If Hoosier Energy enters into agreements with other organizations or raises capital from external sources, it does so only if the terms ensure democratic member control and autonomy.
Education, training and information
The Hoosier Energy Franklin Training Center provides a variety of skill training for Hoosier Energy and member co-op employees. Sessions help line specialists and other electric cooperative employees who are charged with maintaining reliable service for consumers.
Cooperation among cooperatives
The philosophy of cooperation is a way of life. Our member cooperatives formed Hoosier Energy to supply electric distribution systems with a dependable, economical source of power. Working together, we are providing better value for members’ energy dollars.
Concern for community
As a cooperative, our focus is always local. We are a part of the communities we serve. Our members’ concerns are our concerns, and we work hard every day to keep the power on, keep electric bills low, and make our communities better places to live.