Imperial Irrigation District Lineman Jobs
Hiring: Groundmen, Apprentices, and Journeymen
Current Lineman Openings:
Imperial Irrigation District is hiring lineman. After discovering its potential for low-cost hydroelectric energy from its five falling water drops along the All-American Canal, IID entered the power industry in 1936. Today, IID serves electricity to more than 150,000 customers in Imperial County and parts of Riverside and San Diego counties.
Imperial Irrigation District Lineman Pay and Salary Information
Average Imperial Irrigation District Lineperson yearly pay at Imperial Irrigation District is approximately $74,659 per year. Health Insurance provided at Imperial Irrigation District.
Lineman Apprenticeships at Imperial Irrigation District
The apprentice lineworkers at Imperial Irrigation works under general supervision of the Foreman the Lineman performs skilled line work in the operation, maintenance and repair of overhead and underground electrical distribution and transmission systems. Learn and assist with operating, inspecting, and maintaining aerial devices, digger/derricks, excavation equipment, and other electric line related equipment. Assist Journeyman class with performing distribution switching, documentation and mapping information, and perform other related duties as assigned.
Imperial Irrigation District Journeyman Lineman Jobs
Journeyman lineman at Imperial Irrigation District Supporting storm restoration efforts, including the ability to be MOP trained.
Ensuring job readiness, and communicating with customers, property owners, architects, engineers, etc.
Imperial Irrigation District Lineman Job Hiring Process
To become a Lineman at Imperial Irrigation District Ensures that work performed is in conformance with prescribed construction standards and regulations, design specifications and safe work practices; and maintains work site in a neat and orderly manner. Climbs poles using hooks and belts and works from ladders or hydraulic buckets.
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