Lansing Board of Water & Light

Lansing Board of Water & Light Lineman Jobs

Headquarters:

Michigan

Hiring: Groundmen, Apprentices, and Journeymen

Current Lineman Openings:

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Lansing Board of Water & Light is hiring lineman. The Lansing Board of Water & Light is a municipally-owned public utility that provides safe, reliable and affordable utility products and services to around 100,000 electric and 58,000 water customers throughout the greater Lansing area. Our roots go back to 1885, when Lansing citizens approved building a water system. Electricity was added to our list of utility services in 1892, and steam heat in 1919. Chilled water was added in 2001.

Lansing Board of Water & Light Lineman Pay and Salary Information

The average annual pay for an Lineman at Lansing Board of Water & Light is $92,842 a year. Lansing Board of Water & Light offer health insurance plan.

Lineman Apprenticeships at Lansing Board of Water & Light

The Apprentice Lineman at Lansing Board of Light 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

Lansing Board of Water & Light Journeyman Lineman Jobs

Journeyman lineman at Lansing Board of Water & Light Classification Responsibilities: A Lineman performs highly skilled, journey-level transmission, distribution, and electrical work in the installation.

Lansing Board of Water & Light Lineman Job Hiring Process

To become a Lineman at Lansing Board of Water & Light required driver's license (CDL), High School Diploma or equivalency.

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