Brown County REA, located in Sleepy Eye, Minnesota, is seeking two (2) temporary lineworkers to help during our busier construction and maintenance season. This position will require a variety of tasks associated with the responsibilities of building and maintaining overhead and underground electrical lines. Individuals must learn and practice BCREA's safety rules and regulations.
Applicant must have a valid MN Class A CDL, high school diploma, line school completion or equivalent experience in the electric distribution industry, is preferred.
Please complete and submit Brown County REA employment application, found below, and mail with resume to Brown County REA, PO Box 529, Sleepy Eye, MN 56085, or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, by April 20, 2018.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Zachary Helget, a junior at Cathedral High School in New Ulm, will represent Brown County REA on the Rural Electric Youth Tour to Washington, D.C., June 9-14.
Zachary will travel with about 40 other Minnesota high school students representing rural electric cooperatives statewide, and adult chaperones. While in our nation’s capital, they will participate in leadership training, engage in one-on-one conversations with elected officials and tour Washington, D.C. Last year, more than 1,800 students from across the nation took part in the Youth Tour.
Brown County REA has sponsored co-op members’ children to the Youth Tour for many of the program’s 54-year history. Zachary is the son of Dean and Karen Helget, rural New Ulm.
Lauren Mages, a sophomore at New Ulm Public School, was awarded the $150 second prize.