Jacksonville Electric Authority Lineman Jobs
Hiring: Groundmen, Apprentices, and Journeymen
Current Lineman Openings:
Jacksonville Electric Authority is hiring lineman. JEA owns and operates an Electric System with five generating plants, and all transmission and distribution facilities, including over 745 circuit miles of transmission lines and more than 6,760 miles of distribution lines. JEA also purchases energy from several solar sites located across the service territory, including Jacksonville Solar, a 100-acre site on the City's westside.
Jacksonville Electric Authority Lineman Pay and Salary Information
The average annual pay for a Power Lineman at Jacksonville Electric Authority is $67,723 a year. Jacksonville Electric Authority offer health insurance plans.
Lineman Apprenticeships at Jacksonville Electric Authority
Lineworker apprentices at Jacksonville Electric Authority will experience with both sticking and gloving methods of work Apprentices will learn all aspects of Line work while completing on the job training (OJT) hours. Assist in the construction of new overhead and underground services and service upgrades. Operate heavy and light equipment including digger derricks, aerial lift devices, pulling and tensioning equipment, forklifts, dump trucks and various dirt equipment. Apprentice must, at all times, follow all safety policies and procedures
Jacksonville Electric Authority Journeyman Lineman Jobs
Journeyman lineman at Jacksonville Electric Authority will work involved with the installation, rearrangement, maintenance, operation, removal and inspection of electrical transmission and distribution facilities; drive and operate line trucks and associated auxiliary equipment.
Jacksonville Electric Authority Lineman Job Hiring Process
Lineman at Jacksonville Electric Authority requires having a valid commercial driver's license (CDL), first aid certification, competency in CPR and pole top rescue. Minimum of 4 years powerline experience required
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