Careers at Adams Electric
The employees of Adams Electric are the key to our success. We offer a meaningful work environment, career development, and competitive pay and benefits.
Adams Electric can only accept resumes from the public when a position opening has been advertised externally:
- with the electric Co-op Career Center
- in local newspapers*
* Position openings MAY be listed in the Classified Ads section of local newspapers under "Employment: Help Wanted," however, you will have to apply online through Co-op Career Center.
Resumes will not be accepted when there are no position openings. An Adams Electric official "Application for Employment" form will be completed by job applicants who have been selected for interviews. Adams Electric is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer.
No phone calls please.
Note: If you are applying for one of the following positions, you must have a CDL, Class A, license:
|Equipment Operator||Journeyman Third Class|
|First Year Apprentice||Journeyman Second Class|
|Second Year Apprentice||Journeyman First Class|
|Third Year Apprentice||Line Serviceman|
|Fourth Year Apprentice||Lead Lineman|
If you are applying for one of the following positions, you must have a CDL, Class B, license:
|Technical Serviceman A||General Serviceman|
|Technical Serviceman B||Warehouse Clerk A|
|Staking Technician A||Warehouse Clerk B|
|Staking Technician B||Meter Reader-Collector|
|Staking Technician C||Operations Service Person|
Important: Candidates who are chosen for an interview for positions that require a Commercial Driver's License (CDL) - Class A or B - will be required to bring to the interview these completed Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration documents:
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