Join the Cooperative Team

Working for North Carolina’s Electric Cooperatives is a smart career move. Our three Raleigh-based organizations are dedicated to making a difference for our state’s 26 electric cooperatives, and the people and communities they serve. We offer competitive salaries and excellent benefits, and we’re always on the lookout for talented and resourceful people to join our team.



We strive to be a great place to work. Learn more about how we're investing in our employees and the benefits of being part of the cooperative difference.

Our Culture

We're committed to a supportive and inclusive work environment that helps employees innovate, learn and grow as they contribute to an inspiring mission.

Giving Back

One of the cooperative principles is concern for community, and we make it a priority to volunteer at local organizations and support those in need.

Jobs at Local Electric Cooperatives

Career opportunities are also available at the 26 electric co-ops across our state. They offer competitive compensation and benefits, along with the chance to help power and empower your local community.


Current Openings

The job opportunities listed below are for North Carolina’s Electric Cooperatives, the Raleigh-based group of cooperative organizations that serve the 26 electric cooperatives located throughout the state.

Director of Communications
Our Director of Communications will lead a comprehensive communication strategy to increase awareness of the mission and impact of North Carolina’s 26 not-for-profit electric cooperatives, while also guiding and supporting co-ops in local communications efforts. You will lead communication planning and execution through earned media outreach and across owned channels. In this visible position, you will serve as a key media contact and frequent spokesperson, responding to inquiries and driving coverage of cooperative initiatives ranging from energy innovation and sustainability projects to outage restoration and the impact cooperatives make in their communities. Working with cooperatives across the state, you will develop a strong understanding of evolving needs of co-op communicators statewide and create strategies and materials to support those needs.
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