Manages MEC's facilities and warehousing activities to ensure facilities are adequately serviced and maintained and performs inventory control activities to ensure materials are received, issued, stored, transferred, and accounted for properly and in a timely manner. Maintains a complete and adequate level of materials and supplies for line crews and contractors in multiple warehouse locations. Conducts and/or coordinates general maintenance of all cooperative owned buildings and grounds.
This position has a high potential for upward mobility given exemplary performance. As a medium to small sized company, roles and responsibilities can shift depending on the talent and aptitude of specific individuals. This position will require working with every department within MEC and carries a wide range of responsibilities. Promotions can be available if merited by job performance.
See www.missoulaelectric.com for a full job description and application.
All successful candidates will be required to pass pre-employment background screening, drug/alcohol testing and fitness capacity exam.
High school diploma
Required to hold or be able to obtain within 45 consecutive days of hire, a valid MT Class A, Interstate Commercial Driver's License
Required to be able to handle the physical demands of the job as described in the job description
Experience working with Rural Utilities Service construction units and standards highly preferred. This would include issuing, purchasing, receiving and accounting for inventory.
Additional Salary Information: Wage and benefit package that ranks among the best in the state. 401(k) and a defined benefit pension, medical, dental, vision insurance, competitive PTO package.
Internal Number: 19-08
About Missoula Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Missoula Electric Cooperative, Inc. is a member-owned electric cooperative with 42 employees providing service to more than 14,600 meters within a 986-square-mile service area located in western Montana. Residential members are the co-op's largest single consumer group.
Missoula, the second largest city in Montana with a metropolitan population of more than 117,000, is the home to the University of Montana, a public research university. Missoula is a regional destination for shopping, dining and cultural events including symphony, ballet, theatre, film festivals and college sports. Three rivers run through town adding to the charm of the city. The area is a haven for outdoor recreation and wildlife opportunities including fishing, hiking, birding, biking and camping.