Working Foreman-Line (Rubber Glover)
Public Service of New Hampshire - Berlin, NH

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AS STATED IN NUP 64, NEW HIRES AND EMPLOYEES THAT HAVE TRANSFERRED INTO A POSTED POSITION ARE EXPECTED TO REMAIN IN THEIR CURRENT POSITION FOR ONE YEAR BEFORE APPLYING ON A SYSTEM JOB POSTING. IN ADDITION, EMPLOYEES NEED TO INFORM THEIR SUPERVISOR WHEN APPLYING FOR A POSTED JOB.

Band WS3P: Typical starting salary is $1,569.09 per week

A High School diploma or the equivalent is required. Knowledge of and the ability to apply electrical theory and a complete working understanding of Company line work practices and policies is required. Must have the ability to become a certified rubber glover of 34.5 kV. A Commercial Driver's license (Class A with Special Trailer Endorsement) and a safe driving record is also required. In addition, this position requires mechanical aptitude, manual and finger dexterity, the ability to communicate effectively, follow instructions and climb and work on poles and structures. To qualify for the position an individual must meet the requirements associated with standby coverage, and provide such coverage. Will have storm restoration and emergency assignments. Will also be required to work overtime when needed. Employee weight limit for this position is 300 pounds. Must live within 20 minutes of the Area Work Center.

Qualified candidates must submit a resume with their application.

Individual will supervise line personnel in the construction, operation, and maintenance of overhead and underground transmission and distribution circuits and associated facilities. Individual may perform any or all tasks required to complete work assignments and insure that all activities are conducted in a safe and efficient manner. Responsibilities include: scheduling assigned work; selecting, planning, and implementing basic work methods and techniques; charging out and accounting for all materials and supplies and for the condition of all tools and equipment; supervising all aspects of the work and conduct of the crew; perform the duties of a Lineworker; training and instructing crew members; evaluating the performance of each crew member and initiating additional training or corrective action as may be necessary to bring performance up to standard; coordinating work assignments with other crews; and resolving personnel problems and interpreting Company policies and practices for the crew.

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