Journeyman Lineman

Employment Type

: Full-Time

Industry

: Energy/Power



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Position Purpose
The primary purpose of this position is to operate all line equipment used in construction, maintenance and removal of overhead and underground power lines, working under the direction of the Lineman Foreman or supervisor.
Accountabilities and Essential Functions
ACCOUNTABILITIES:
1. Support the District's mission to serve our customers and foster a positive workplace by personally choosing behavior aligned with our values and ethical code
2. Responsible for completing assigned work in a safe efficient manner that is in conformance with all applicable regulations by using safety equipment, such as wearing personal protective equipment and understanding the Accident Prevention Manual
3. Responsible for construction of all phases of overhead and underground line work by exhibiting a full understanding of all phases of District electrical standards, practices and operating instructions; and accurately reading and interpreting construction drawings
4. Ensure District system reliability by repairing, maintaining and troubleshooting all overhead and underground transmission and distribution power lines and associated equipment
5. Contribute to serving customer needs by operating all line equipment used in construction, maintenance and removal of overhead and underground power lines
6. Responsible for maintaining system reliability by performing maintenance, construction and switching for both distribution and transmission voltages
7. Perform other duties as assigned

EQUIPMENT OPERATION:
Line Trucks
Backhoes
Wire-pulling and Man-lift Equipment
Power and hand tools
Laptops
Radio Equipment

Minimum Education and Experience Requirements

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS, EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
High School Diploma or GED
Satisfactory completion of Lineman Apprentice Program
Journeyman certification in Lineman Craft
Must possess and maintain a Washington State Class A CDL and associated Medical Examiners Certification
Flagging/traffic control certifications and valid First Aid and CPR certification cards, or obtain within 12 months of hire
Primary residence within 20 - 30 miles of Headquarters in Prosser within 90 days of hire
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Basic computer skills or ability to obtain within 6 months of hire
Ability to climb power poles
Excellent communication skills
Prefer experience with GIS mapping system
Prefer experience with hot-stick use
Attention to detail

To Apply

Submit an online application through Benton PUD's Job Openings and Application Portal on the Benton PUD Web site (www.bentonpud.org/careers). Resume, cover letter are optional and may be uploaded into the application. Internet access can be obtained through public libraries or local WorkSource office. WorkSource will offer application assistance. The Tri-Cities location is 815 N. Kellogg Suite C in Kennewick.

Current Employees: Submit an on-line application on the District's internal web site on or before posting close date.

Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled
Associated topics: aggregate, apprentice, asphalt, diesel, heavy equipment engineer, heavy equipment opr, heavy equipment technician, loader, mechanic, operator

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