ElectriCities Lineman Jobs
Hiring: Groundmen, Apprentices, and Journeymen
Current Lineman Openings:
ElectriCities is hiring lineman. ElectriCities serve 14 million customers across the country, including nearly 1.3 million residential, commercial and industrial customers in North Carolina. ElectriCities has worked to protect the interests of municipal power providers like Albemarle, Benson, Greenville, High Point, Lexington, New Bern, Rocky Mount and Wilson, to name a few.
ElectriCities Lineman Pay and Salary Information
The average salary for a Lineman is $42,390 per year at ElectriCities. ElectriCities provide Health & Wellness Insurance, Financial & Retirement and Family program.
Lineman Apprenticeships at ElectriCities
The Apprentice Lineman at ElectriCities assists Journeyman Lineman and the Foreman while in training and learning the trade. Responsible for performing diversified work related to the construction and maintenance of poles, power lines, auxiliary facilities, and equipment for the distribution of electricity. Provide technical skills needed for the operation and maintenance of reliable electrical services for the consumer, completing jobs with quality and timeliness
ElectriCities Journeyman Lineman Jobs
Journeyman lineman at ElectriCities installs, maintains, and repairs electrical distribution and transmission systems. This includes conduits, cables, wires, and related equipment such as transformers, circuit breakers, and switches. He or she also digs holes, using augers, and sets poles, using cranes and power equipment.
ElectriCities Lineman Job Hiring Process
ElectriCities Lineman Performs a variety of duties requiring a high degree of skill at the journeyman level in the construction and maintenance of electric power distribution lines and auxiliary equipment. Ability to pass random testing due to the CDL license requirement.
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