Employment & Career Opportunities
Cuivre River Electric Cooperative accepts employment applications at any time. Applications remain on file for six months. Applications are available by clicking on the CREC Employment Application link listed below, by calling ( 800) 392-3709. Employment applications are also available at each office.
Cuivre River Electric Cooperative is an Equal Opportunity Employer. CREC will recruit, employ and promote employees in all job classifications without regard to race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, disability or veteran status.
Just fill out the Cuivre River Electric Cooperative Employment Application and return it to one of our local offices, or mail the employment application to:
Cuivre River Electric Cooperative
P.O. Box 160
Troy, MO. 63379
Completed applications can also be faxed to the Human Resources Department at (636) 528-9568.
Facilities Attendant - Now Hiring
Cuivre River Electric Cooperative, Inc. is actively seeking candidates for the position of Facility Attendant at its Lake Saint Louis, MO location. The Facilities Attendant performs custodial duties related to the care and cleaning of assigned facilities; performs a wide variety of duties for events, such as set up and break down, performs minor maintenance of building and equipment, and other duties as assigned.
Contracted Positions – Now Hiring
Asplundh and Arbor R.O.W. have openings for several positions assisting with right-of-way maintenance and clearing in the Cuivre River Electric service area.
- To apply, visit www.asplundh.com and click on the “jobs” tab or call the Union office at 636-583-1175.
- Contact Arbor R.O.W. at 573-581-8112.
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