Position: Student Clerk
Working at AECI is more than a job, it is a career filled with challenges, rewarding work experiences, state-of- the-art tools and exceptional benefits. We are a premier employer comprised of the best and the brightest in the industry. We are searching for talented, enthusiastic people to contribute to our team as we work to provide safe, reliable and affordable energy for our member-owners. At AECI, one of the largest electric cooperatives in the nation, your opportunities to gain valuable experience and contribute new ideas in an ever-changing in- dustry with a growing company are endless.
The Springfield Headquarters is currently seeking students to fill a Student Clerk position in the Procurement Department of the Accounting & Finance Division. The Student Clerk will work approximately 20 hours/week in the fall and spring semester and continue up to 40 hours/week during the summer months.
The Student Clerk will primarily be responsible for assisting with document management in the Procurement Department, such as scanning and electronically filing documents into enterprise-wide systems, data entry, and archiving contractual agreements. Additional duties include various clerical support for the Accounting & Finance Division, as assigned.
Qualified applicants must be currently enrolled in an academic education program. The successful candidate will be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook. This candidate will display strong attention to detail and accuracy and will have excellent communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to manage multiple tasks.
To apply for a position, please visit https://www.aeci.org/careers and complete your profile. You will be able to upload additional applicant documents (i.e. resume, cover letter) and apply for a position.
AECI is fully committed to the concept and practice of equal opportunity and affirmative action in all aspects of employment. Please reference the contact information above if you require assistance in filling out an application. Individuals with disabilities should request reasonable accommodations in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act prior to an appointment.