TEMPORARY - Connect & Disconnect Spec
Florida Power & Light Company - Daytona Beach, FL

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position that will run month by month based on work load and performance.

Hourly Wage: $25.63 per hour. There are no benefits associated with this temporary position.

Hours: Variable schedule possible. Possible shifts include: Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm, 10am-6pm, or 4pm - Midnight.

Possibility of overtime including Saturdays with the exception of training period. Training Period: Monday - Friday, Typically 7:30am-4:00pm.

The connect and disconnect activities which result from customer requests for service and collections activities are performed by the Connect & Disconnect Specialist classification. This classification is responsible for field connecting and disconnecting of customer single and three phase self-contained meters at customer facilities and premises.


Minimum requirements for job: 1) Must be able to work in direct sunlight or at night 2) Must have a valid drivers license. Accountabilities: 1) Operates in a safe manner at all times in accordance with all safety rules. 2) Disconnecting meters using disconnect sleeves (boots), T-Bar disconnect devices and disconnect pans. Excluding 277 volt FPL symbol N and bolt in meters. 3) Use of a voltage tester per Company procedures. 4) Use of the Ekstrom Socket Tester per Company procedures. 5) Connecting single phase and three phase meters. Excluding 277 volt FPL symbol N and bolt-in meters. 6) Setting meters on existing accounts when old meter has been removed. Excluding 277 volt FPL symbol N bolt-in meters. 7) Accurately reads customer meters for billing requirements. 8) Properly advises customers when disconnecting inactive meter type tickets (DI) using form #1685 door hanger. Class Code: 05193

Constr & Skilled Trades Test passed-CAST: Yes;

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Florida Power & Light (FPL) sheds extra light onto the Sunshine State. The company, a subsidiary of utility holding company NextEra...