West Florida Electric Cooperative
is accepting applications for a
Member Service Representative
located in the Sneads office. Compensation includes salary, medical insurance, and retirement benefits. Candidate should be customer focused, have good problem solving skills, be able to work in a fast paced environment, be team oriented, and have good computer skills and technical ability. Accuracy, dependability and attention to detail are essential skills.
A high school diploma is required.
Applications are available at our Graceville
office, 5282 Peanut Road,
Graceville, Florida, 32440, (850)263-3231.
Applications must be received in the Graceville Office by October 26, 2020. THIS INSTITUTION IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUITY PROVIDER AND
EMPLOYER and a DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
During the 1930's, investor-owned power
companies would not build power lines into sparsely populated areas because it was not profitable or economically feasible to do so. President Franklin D. Roosevelt saw the need to bring electricity to rural communities and established the Rural Electrification
Administration (REA) on May 11, 1935.
This administration was, and is a branch of the U.S. Department of Agriculture and helped communities form electric cooperatives while providing low interest loans to finance the building of electric lines and other equipment.