Paul Bunyan Communications is a member-owned cooperative headquartered in Bemidji, Minnesota with another location in Grand Rapids, Minnesota. We've been providing quality, innovative communications services throughout Northern Minnesota since 1952. As a customer focused business, we're committed to contributing to the quality of life in our communities.
PBC offers a competitive benefits package, including;
“While other companies offer some of the services that we provide, we are separated by our uniqueness of being a cooperative. We are owned by the people that we serve and returning profits through capital credits to our membership. The leadership is providing new technologies while supporting each aspect of our cooperative. My position affords me the opportunity to learn & grown professionally while serving each of you, locally, in our community”.
“I enjoy coming to work each day knowing my time and skills are valued. PBC cares about its employees, even outside of work. I know that choosing to work here has been a wonderful investment in my future.”
“A truly caring company. It feels like home!”
“I truly feel blessed as an employee of Paul Bunyan Communications. Technology changes all of the time and Paul Bunyan offers great opportunities not only for its employees but to the community also. Being part of a company that is actively growing in so many ways in our community as well as in the region makes me grateful to be on the team.”
Not seeing any positions available that fit your skill set? We are always interested in talented, outgoing individuals who may fill a position that could be available in the near future. If that's you and you are interested in working with our amazing staff at Paul Bunyan Communications, please apply online and send us your resume.
If you are interested in bolstering your resume with an internship at one of Northern Minnesota's technology leaders, please apply for an internship position with us. We have internship opportunities that become available in select departments at various times throughout the year.
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