Not just any one can be a lineman it takes a strong individual who is on top of his game and has a very strong work ethic. You are dealing with everything from 4160 to 7200 volts all day long. No room for error.
Heavy Equipment Operator/ Crane operator (Former Employee) – Midland, TX – March 6, 2017
Needed to speak and understand Spanish. Low pay scale.Managment could be on one day and not very organized the next. To many relatives working together, there were clicks you had to fit into if you wanted to advance in the company
Powerline Technician High Voltage (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – May 18, 2016
by the best job ive ever had and they take care of their employees needs, jobs were always fun and exciting. they tought me everything i know about about building powerlines . i would go back in a heart beat.
Grounds Man (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – April 16, 2012
A typical day at work was hard, dirty work. What I learned how to prep for the lineman. The management was good. My co-workers were friendly. The hardest part of the job was spending most of my time away from my family. The enjoyable part of the job was the pay.