Los Angeles Department of Water and Power

Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Lineman Jobs

Headquarters:

California

Hiring: Groundmen, Apprentices, and Journeymen

Current Lineman Openings:

3

Los Angeles Department of Water and Power is hiring lineman.

Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Lineman Pay and Salary Information

The estimated total pay for a Journeyman Lineman at Los Angeles Department of Water and Power is $30 per hour. Los Angeles Water and Power benefits and perks, including insurance benefits, retirement benefits.

Lineman Apprenticeships at Los Angeles Department of Water and Power

Lineworker apprentices at LA Department of Power 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

Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Journeyman Lineman Jobs

Journeyman lineman at Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Solution Promoting a safe working environment by using required PPE, following company safe work practices and setting the tone for a safe work environment Installing, repairing, and maintaining overhead and underground electrical cables Setting poles and anchors, installing transformers, insulators, and other components Inspecting, repairing, replacing electrical components as needed Troubleshooting outages Foremen.

Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Lineman Job Hiring Process

To become a Lineman at Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Able to comprehend and apply training in Safety, and High School Diploma or GED and Certified Lineman.

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