Apprentice Lineman
Aevenia - Williston, ND

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DESCRIPTION

An Apprentice Lineman will be responsible for performing a wide variety of work involving, among other things, both distribution system operations and maintenance. The Apprentice Electrician must be self-motivated, work well with others, and possess a positive attitude and commitment to work safely, provide quality customer service, and create customer satisfaction and work productively.

DUTIES

Safety - Safety is a core value of our company and no job is so important that it cannot be completed safely. It is the responsibility of all employees to know and understand and comply with all company safety policies and federal, state, and local regulations. Employees have a responsibility to stop and correct unsafe work practices and to refuse to work in an unsafe situation.
Maintenance - Maintenance tasks typically include the routine inspection, modification, installation, and troubleshooting of electrical equipment and facilities.
Construction Methods - Climbing techniques and procedures; care and inspection of transmission structure hardware, tools, gear, and a variety of equipment (e.g., vehicles, bucket trucks, etc.) Perform a variety of tasks that typically involve the construction, installation, maintenance, and repair of high voltage power system electrical equipment.
Skills - Digging procedures, guying of pole structures, right-of-way maintenance procedures, rigging and handling of conductor, conductor splicing, steel tower erection, and other work techniques.
Other - Serves as backup to other positions at the direction of management; and other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Minimum one year degree in electrical construction.
  • 2 years electrical construction experience preferred.
  • Must have and maintain a Valid Class A Driver's License.
  • Valid DOT Health Card.
Safety - Safety is a core value of our company and no job is so important that it cannot be completed safely. It is the responsibility of all employees to know and understand and comply with all company safety policies and federal, state, and local regulations. Employees have a responsibility to stop and correct unsafe work practices and to refuse to work in an unsafe situation.
Maintenance - Maintenance tasks typically include the routine inspection, modification, installation, and troubleshooting of electrical equipment and facilities.
Construction Methods - Climbing techniques and procedures; care and inspection of transmission structure hardware, tools, gear, and a variety of equipment (e.g., vehicles, bucket trucks, etc.) Perform a variety of tasks that typically involve the construction, installation, maintenance, and repair of high voltage power system electrical equipment.
Skills - Digging procedures, guying of pole structures, right-of-way maintenance procedures, rigging and handling of conductor, conductor splicing, steel tower erection, and other work techniques.
Other - Serves as backup to other positions at the direction of management; and other duties as assigned.

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