Florida Power & Light Lineman Jobs
Hiring: Groundmen, Apprentices, and Journeymen
Current Lineman Openings:
Florida Power & Light is hiring lineman. Florida Power & Light Company is the largest energy company in the United States as measured by retail electricity produced and sold, serving more than 5 million customer accounts or an estimated 10 million+ people across the state of Florida. FPL’s typical 1,000-kWh residential customer bill is approximately 30% lower than the latest national average and among the lowest in the U.S. FPL’s service reliability is better than 99.98%, and its highly fuel-efficient power plant fleet is one of the cleanest among all electric companies nationwide.
Florida Power & Light Lineman Pay and Salary Information
The estimated total pay for a Lineman at Florida Power & Light is $68,772 per year. Florida Power & Light provide , Health Insurance and Financial & Retirement plans.
Lineman Apprenticeships at Florida Power & Light
As a Groundman/ Apprentice Lineman at Florida Power and Light you will assist and learn under a Journeyman Lineman in Building and Maintaining Powerlines for various Utility Contractors. This Job also consists of working sometimes in inclement weather such as Hurricanes, Snow Storms, Tornadoes, Hard Freezes, & Fires.
Florida Power & Light Journeyman Lineman Jobs
Journeyman lineman at Florida Power & Light Assist in the construction of new overhead and underground services and service upgrades. Linemen in restoring overhead and underground outages. Assist linemen in solving power quality issues and maintaining existing overhead and underground line.
Florida Power & Light Lineman Job Hiring Process
To become a Electric lineman at Florida Power & Light required Post-offer functional capacity evaluation, Minimum of two years of verifiable work experience as a journeyman class 1 or class A level craft worker and Commercial Driver's License, class A or ability to obtain within six months of employment.
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