March 20th, 2020
RE: Position Opening – (2) Apprentice Lineman Summer Help
General: Apprentice Lineman is responsible for building, maintaining, and repairing overhead and underground electric distribution lines in a safe and efficient manner within accepted operations standards.
This is a part-time position with a limit of 1000 hours. Position is hourly based with a 40-hour work week with the possibility of overtime.
Application Timeline: Closing date for this position is April 15th, 2020. To apply for the position, please fill out an application (link below). Send in completed application and cover letter to email@example.com or mail to:
Northern Plains Electric Cooperative
Attn: Danny Schuchard
PO Box 180
Carrington, ND 58421
Supervisor: Works under the direction of the Line Foreman.
Education and Experience: Apprentice certification from accredited electrical line worker program. Valid driver’s license and commercial driver’s license permit required.
Essential and Physical Functions: All duties shall be performed while maintaining and enforcing a very high standard of safety and workmanship. Majority of work occurs outside. Must be able to lift, carry, push, pull or move up to and not limited to 75 pounds in weight. Frequently required to stand, walk, sit, bend, twist and reach. Climbing poles or structures and operates power tools and equipment as needed to perform the tasks required for the position.
Duties: Installing, troubleshooting, maintaining, electrical overhead and underground facilities of various voltages in both energized and de-energized conditions. Other duties may be staking, loading, hauling, setting, framing, stringing, sagging, connecting, trenching, plowing, terminating, tree trimming, repairing, inspecting, locating of electrical facilities, company physical facilities and equipment. Maintain and solicit field, equipment, safety data and information.
Northern Plains Electric Cooperative
Northern Plains Electric Cooperative, is a recipient of federal financial assistance from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
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