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Central Electric Co-op seeks Sisters board member

The board of directors of Central Electric Cooperative (CEC), Inc. is accepting applications from co-op members interested in being considered for the position of director from District No. 1, which includes the City of Sisters and the communities of Tollgate, Black Butte Ranch, and Camp Sherman.

The successful candidate will serve out the term vacated by Bill Rainey, who retired from the board after seven years of service. The appointed director may run for reelection to the position’s three-year term in April 2024.

Prospective candidates should have experience serving on committees or boards where fiscal responsibility is paramount in the group discussion/decision process. Prospective candidates should also possess in-depth business background/education.

Interested parties, must submit a completed application, letter of interest, and resume by Friday, February 18.

Application packets are available at the cooperative’s Bend and Redmond offices or, upon request, by emailing [email protected] Application materials can be dropped off at the offices or mailed to: President’s Office, Central Electric Cooperative, Inc., PO Box 846, Redmond, OR 97756.

Prospective candidates must affirm they have reviewed CEC’s conflict of interest policy, and agree to comply with the policy if appointed to serve on the board of directors.

The CEC Board of Directors’ nine members meet monthly at the company’s Redmond headquarters and at other specific meetings. Directors serve three-year terms elected by the CEC membership residing in each of the nine geographic districts within CEC’s service territory.

 

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