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Bismarck, ND
1001 to 5000 employees
Company - Private
Oil, Gas, Energy & Utilities
$1 to $2 billion (USD) per year
Xcel Energy, MDU Resources, Otter Tail
Basin Electric is one of the largest electric generation and transmission cooperatives in the United States. We were created to provide reliable low-cost power for our members and today we serve 137 member cooperative systems in nine states from the Canadian border to the border ... Read more

Mission: Basin Electric Power Cooperative will provide cost-effective wholesale energy along with products and services that support and unite rural America.

Basin Electric Power Reviews

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Paul Sukut
15 Ratings
  • "Stable regional employer"

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    I have been working at Basin Electric Power full-time (More than 8 years)


    The energy industry provides job stability as there will always be a need for energy providers. The pay is high for the region of location and the benefits offered are very good.


    Senior management hasn't received much of a refresh in many years therefore the culture has not been allowed to move forward with the times.

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Basin Electric Power Photos

Basin Electric Power photo of: Employees prepare to walk in the 4th of July parade as the iconic figures in the Touchstone Energy brand.
Basin Electric Power photo of: Basin Electric's transmission structures in North Dakota.
Basin Electric Power photo of: Basin Electric's Story Behind the Switch program helps teach grade school kids across the region about being safe around electricity.
Basin Electric Power photo of: Employees at Basin Electric helped replant trees following the construction of the co-op-owned wind farm near Minot, ND.
Basin Electric Power photo of: Basin Electric is constructing multiple peaking units at its Lonesone Creek facility.
Basin Electric Power photo of: To keep up with the growing demand for energy, Basin Electric is constructing peaking generation in western North Dakota.
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    Anonymous Employee in Beulah, ND
    Accepted Offer
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    I applied online. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at Basin Electric Power (Beulah, ND) in March 2015.


    The process was very lengthy initially from what I have been used to with other potential employers. I applied online , relating how I felt I was qualified, two days later received a link for the actual application. I completed the application and two weeks later received a phone call scheduling my phone interview( due to my lack of proximity to North Dakota) . The phone interview went well.
    A month went by, I thought I did not get the job , then I received a phone call scheduling my in person interview. I was flown to North Dakota via Delta Airlines, flight paid for and other traveling expenses reimbursed. In person Interview went well and was offered the position within minutes after leaving for the plant tour. I was flown back and had all other post offer requirements fulfilled in my location.

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    • The questions were specific to emergency response.   1 Answer
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Basin Electric Power Awards & Accolades

  • Best Large Company to Work For, The Bismarck Tribune's Best of the Best - Readers' Choice, 2014
  • Top 10 Young Professional Workplaces, Bismarck-Mandan Young Professionals Network, 2013
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