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Employment Type:
Full time
Posted:
3/30/2018
Job Category:
Administration
Real Time Trader I/Asset Recovery Coordinator/Laboratory Technician II
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Job Description

Basin Electric, our employees are the heart of our organization. Together with our subsidiary, Dakota Gasification Company, we employ more than 2,300 people across multiple Midwestern states. In addition to competitive salaries, we also offer an incredible benefits package.

Basin Electric Power Cooperative now hiring:

  • Asset Recovery Coordinator - Bismarck, North Dakota
  • Laboratory Technician II - Wheatland, Wyoming
  • Real Time Trader I - Bismarck, North Dakota

Dakota Gasification Company

  • Student Intern-Machine Shop (Summer 2018)

Equal Opportunity Employer of minorities, females, protected veterans and individuals with disabilities.



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About Basin Electric Power Cooperative

Basin Electric is a consumer-owned, regional cooperative headquartered in Bismarck. It generates and transmits electricity to member rural electric systems in nine states: Colorado, Iowa, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming. These member systems distribute electricity to about 1.7 million consumers. The power plants operated by Basin Electric include: two coal-based power plants in North Dakota - the Antelope Valley Station, Beulah, and the Leland Olds Station, Stanton; a coal-based power plant in Wyoming - the Laramie River Station, Wheatland; an oil-based peaking station - the Spirit Mound Station, Vermillion, S.D.; nine combustion-turbine generators (natural gas) in the Gillette, Wyo., area; four wind turbines - two near Minot, N.D., and two near Chamberlain, S.D. By the end of 2003, Basin Electric will purchase the entire production from two 40-megawatt wind farms, one near Edgeley, N.D. and another near Highmore, S.D.