Trouble & Service Technician (G E ) (Journey/Apprentice)
Alliant Energy - Amherst Junction, WI

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Job Description

Alliant Energy is currently recruiting for a Trouble & Service Technician (Journey/Apprentice) to work at our field office in Amherst Junction, WI. We are a publicly traded energy holding company with over 4,000 employees. Alliant Energy is committed to providing an inclusive work environment for all and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer M/F/D/V. In this role you will be responsible for installing, maintaining, and repairing electric and gas distribution services as well as installing, removing, and servicing customers' equipment. To apply for this challenging opportunity please complete the online application for job #4060 at


¿ Installs and repairs electric services.

¿ Replaces line, transformer and customer fuses.

¿ Maintains street lighting systems.

¿ Performs gas leak detection tests.

¿ Sets, removes and reads gas and electric meters.

¿ Performs trouble shooting and maintenance on company and customer gas or electric equipment.

¿ Makes charges to customers correctly following the classification of accounts.

¿ Sets recording instruments for tests and surveys.

¿ Collects accounts and handles customer complaints.

¿ Climbs poles and assists line crews as required.

¿ Performs other duties which are similar, related or incidental to this position.

Working Conditions:

Varied indoor and outdoor work, sometimes under disagreeable weather conditions, at hours conforming with the Union Agreement. The work is usually performed alone, sometimes at night, and may involve the hazard of considerable climbing, substation operation and discovering gas leaks.


One year experience as a journeyman line technician; thorough knowledge of company Safety Rules, Operating Practices and State Codes relating to line construction, operation and maintenance; an understanding of company Safety Rules, Operating Practices and State Codes relating to gas operations, construction and maintenance; knowledge of electric and gas service work; a demonstrated responsibility to the company and the public; possession of a valid driver's license; ability to obtain a Commercial Driver's License prior to the end of trial period; ability to perform the physical requirements of the job. Ability to work effectively in a culturally diverse work group.

This position is covered by the Department of Transportation regulations on drug/alcohol testing (CFR 49, Parts 40, 199 and 382), and is subject to drug/alcohol testing according to said regulations.