Rural Propane Services, LLC Job Openings
Rural Propane Services, LLC, a subsidiary of Lincoln Electric Cooperative, Inc., in Eureka, MT is seeking qualified applicants for two temporary positions – a Driver/Service Man employee and a Customer Service Representative position. These two positions will start out temporary with the potential of becoming permanent. All applicants must have a High School Diploma or equivalent. Driver/Service Man applicants must have a clean driving record with CDL, Hazardous Materials and Tanker classifications. CSR applicants must have exceptional customer service skills and proficiency with Microsoft Office. They must also be willing and able to fill propane tanks for walk-in customers. Applications are available at the Rural Propane Services office at 1174 US Highway 93 N or electronically at the bottom of this article. Please drop off application and resume at the Rural Propane Services office between 8am – 4:30pm Mon-Fri. Mailed applications will NOT be accepted. The closing date for the CSR position is 4:30pm on August 11. The closing date for the Driver/Service Man positions is 4:30pm on August 22. RPS is an equal opportunity employer.
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A Community Assistance Program
How does Operation Round Up® work?
"Small change that changes lives," is the foundation that ORU is built upon. ORU gathers voluntary contributions from LEC members enrolled in the program. These members have authorized the Cooperative to "round up" their monthly electric bill to the next higher dollar. For example, if the bill is $68.54, it is rounded up to $69.00 and the extra 46 cents is contributed to the ORU fund. All administrative costs are absorbed by the Cooperative.
How much can I expect to contribute each year?
The amount "rounded up" on each participating member's bill averages a total of $6 per year. The monthly billing statement shows how much is being donated to ORU each month, along with a year-end statement. The amount contributed to ORU is tax deductible as tax laws permit.
Who benefits from Operation Round Up®?
Low-income families, individuals and senior citizens who qualify for assistance through designated social service agencies can benefit from the program.
How are the Operation Round Up® funds distributed?
Winter heating assistance grants are paid by distributing ORU funds through LEC's in-house energy assistance program.
How do I sign up to donate to Operation Round Up®?
• Check the 'Please enroll me in Operation Roundup' box on your electric bill