Careers at LaGrange County REMC
LaGrange County REMC is growing!
We have 3 great positions available:
• Network Operations Engineer
• Engineering & Operations Manager
• Finance & Accounting Manager
Visit https://lagrangeremc.hirecentric.com/jobsearch/ to apply!
A co-op culture for ALL
Over the years, you’ve heard me expound on why and how LaGrange County REMC is different — because we’re a cooperative. Our business model sets us apart from other utilities because we adhere to seven guiding cooperative principles that reflect core values of honesty, transparency, equity, inclusiveness and service to the greater good of the community. Continue reading.
Make an impact!
CONSIDER RUNNING FOR YOUR BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Each opportunity to give of our time and our knowledge is an opportunity to enact change and better our community. One such opportunity is serving on LaGrange County REMC’s board of directors.
You may question how you can contribute to an electric cooperative board: “I don’t know anything about electricity!”
We’re not looking for electrical expertise — we can teach you that. Continue reading.
Apply for an EnviroWatts grant
It’s not an easy task to take on by yourself – helping to improve the environment. Let LaGrange County REMC and its members help.
Each year, we provide grants from our EnviroWatts program to benefit nonprofit service organizations working to improve the environment locally. Continue reading.
Youth opportunities now available
Cooperative Calendar of Student Art Contest Public, private or home-schooled students in kindergarten through 12th grade during the 2020-21 school year are encouraged to enter their best artwork for this contest, which will showcase the best submissions from each grade level in the 2022 Cooperative Calendar of Student Art. A first-place artist will be selected… Continue reading.
Home energy monitors can unearth interesting discoveries
LaGrange County REMC Energy Advisor Jake Taylor helped a co-op member scour his house to find the culprit causing the member’s high energy bills. Taylor started in the homeowner’s basement, at the circuit breaker box. He didn’t have to travel any further. Taylor connected a Sense, which is a home energy monitor that tracks electricity… Continue reading.