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Northern Plains Electric Cooperative of Cando-Carrington has an opening for a full-time communications/business employee who will work from the Cando office to do various communications and marketing projects and also perform various business duties.  The position requires excellent oral and written communications skills. We are looking for a highly organized, self-motivated, multi-tasker who will be a good team player. A background/education in communications, graphic design and photography is preferred; with the ability to learn computer software programs is a must; creativity is a plus. Applicants who are chosen for interviews will be asked to submit a sample of their writing as part of interview process.  Benefits include health insurance, retirement plan, paid holidays and vacation; salary dependent on qualifications.  For an application call 701-968-3314 or 800-882-2500 or obtain an application under Job Opportunities at  Mail your application and resume to:

                                    Attn:  Business Department

                                    Northern Plains Electric Cooperative, Inc.

                                    PO Box 608

                                    Cando, ND  58324-0608


Applications accepted through June 30, 2018.


EEO Employer – drug and alcohol testing and background checks will be conducted.


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Northern Plains Electric Cooperative, is a recipient of federal financial assistance from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).

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