Billing Clerk Job Opening
Lincoln Electric Cooperative has an immediate opening for the full‐time position of Billing Clerk. The position is responsible for managing the automated meter readings, performing the billing and collection processes, and maintaining the databases that support them. Accept payments and provide customer assistance. A High School Diploma or equivalent is required. Two years post secondary education in related field preferred. Utility experience recommended but not essential. If you are a highly motivated and organized individual that is customer oriented and functions well in a team environment, submit a Lincoln Electric employment application along with a professional resume to:
Office Supervisor/HR Director
Lincoln Electric Cooperative PO Box 628
Position will remain open until filled.
This institution is an equal opportunity employer and provider.
Youth Tour to Washington, D.C.
APPLICATION DEADLINE - 4:30 PM MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2015
Each year LEC sponsors an all expenses paid* week-long trip to Washington, D.C. to one lucky high school sophomore or junior†. The student will experience Washington, D.C. with other students from Montana and North Dakota. The trip has exciting events each day to explore our nation's capital and rich history.
Applications for the 2016 Youth Tour to Washington, D.C. trip will be accepted until 4:30 pm on Monday, November 30, 2015. For more information on the program, please download the attached application packet.
*LEC's Youth Tour to Washington, D.C. trip begins in Great Falls, Montana. The sponsored student will be responsible for their transportation to and from Great Falls.
†Certain eligibility requirements apply; please see attached application packet.
More information about the rural electric Youth Tour movement can be found on National Rural Electric Cooperatives' website at http://www.nreca.coop/what-we-do/youth-programs/.
As a member of LEC, you will receive a monthly copy of Rural Montana magazine, the official publication of the Montana Electric Cooperatives' Association. Rural Montana is published by Montana's rural electric and telephone cooperatives in the interest of better rural and urban understanding of the benefits and the problems of rural utilities.
In the center pages of Rural Montana you will find LEC's 4-page newsletter, News & Views. News & Views includes information about current events, special notices of meetings, stories about co-op customers and much more. It also features regular information about the co-op, including a message from the general manager, and energy and safety information. To view issues of LEC's News & Views, click on the links below. The statewide version of the magazine can be found at http://www.montanaco-ops.com/magazine.