Install, test, repair and maintain meters and to be responsible for the metering instruments, material, meter inventory and record keeping.
Install, maintain and repair all AMR hardware including meter modules and substation hardware.
Provide and install special application meters to meet engineering specifications.
Maintain inventory of meters, meter parts, instrument transformers and associated equipment.
High School Diploma. Incumbent must achieve certification through apprentice training provided by the Cooperative.
About Lea County Electric Cooperative
Lea County Electric Cooperative, located in Lovington, New Mexico, serves portions of three counties in New Mexico and portions of three counties in Texas including three residential towns, and the oilfield and farm/ranch communities. The Cooperative has 4,275 miles of lines (338 miles of transmission) with 16,180 meters.
Lea County Electric Cooperative, Inc. (LCEC) was incorporated in 1949. Headquartered in Lovington, New Mexico, the Cooperative energizes over 15,000 meters in areas of Southeastern New Mexico and West Texas in portions of six (6) counties: Chaves, Eddy and Lea Counties in New Mexico and Cochran, Gaines and Yoakum counties in Texas. Nine (9) dedicated trustees along with management and employees have led LCEC through changes and growth. LCEC is a member of Western Farmer's Electric Cooperative, a generation and transmission cooperative, located in Anadarko, Oklahoma. Primary load is oilfield, commercial, irrigation and residential.