Careers in the Propane Industry Allow You to:

Be Part
of a Team

Join experts for mentorship and guidance

Grow
Professionally

Receive in-depth technical and on-the-job training.

Advance
Your Career

Work in cities or rural areas across the country.

Be Home
by Dinner

Make it home by 5:00p with a local job.

Strengthen
Your Community

Help keep homes, businesses, and more running strong.

Protect
the Environment

Feel good about working with a clean fuel.

Be Part
of a Team

Grow
Professionally

Advance
Your Career

Be Home
by Dinner

Strengthen
Your Community

Protect
the Environment

Join experts for mentorship and guidance

Receive in-depth technical and on-the-job training.

Work in cities or rural areas across the country.

Make it home by 5:00p with a local job.

Help keep homes, businesses, and more running strong.

Feel good about working with a clean fuel.

Workforce Partners

Michigan

Indiana

Ohio

Types of Propane Positions Below

As a propane transport driver, you’ll deliver propane to individual propane providers across a regional area. Not only do you get to travel, the transport driver position is in high demand across the country, providing even greater career opportunities. 

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This position provides an opportunity to work with a variety of customers, delivering propane to homeowners, agricultural producers, and businesses. You’ll also enjoy competitive pay and a work schedule that lets you enjoy life in your local community.

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If you enjoy getting hands on with high-tech equipment, a career as a propane service technician would be right for you. You’ll be doing everything from setting tanks and running lines to installing and fine-tuning propane appliances and equipment, and working alongside customers as well as professionals from other industries. Service technicians are in high demand, all across the country, giving you greater career opportunities. In addition, you get to work with a wide variety of equipment and people, so every day is different.

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The customer service representative is client-facing, and you’ll help people every day. While working with new customers to set up service, you’ll also be an expert troubleshooter helping current customers. As the face of your company, you’ll leave them feeling positive about the entire experience.

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The Industry Offers:

The Industry Offers: