Nashville Electric Service

Nashville Electric Service Lineman Jobs

Headquarters:

Tennessee

Hiring: Groundmen, Apprentices, and Journeymen

Current Lineman Openings:

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Nashville Electric Service is hiring lineman. Nashville Electric Service (NES) is one of the 12 largest public electric utilities in the nation, distributing energy to more than 400,000 customers over a 700 square mile area in Middle Tennessee. NES was founded in 1939 with the mission to provide safe, reliable and affordable power.

Nashville Electric Service Lineman Pay and Salary Information

The average annual salary for a lineworker at the Nashville Electrc is $70,830.

Lineman Apprenticeships at Nashville Electric Service

Lineworker apprentices at Nashville Electric Service 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

Nashville Electric Service Journeyman Lineman Jobs

Journeyman lineman at Nashville Electric Service Lineman constructs, maintains, and repairs overhead and underground transmission lines. Performs site preparation tasks, including digging holes or trenches, installing anchors, climbing poles, and using equipment like digger derricks, aerial lifts, pulling and tensioning equipment, forklifts, and dump trucks.

Nashville Electric Service Lineman Job Hiring Process

Lineman at Nashville Electric Service required Must successfully pass qualification test. 3years of job experience, preferably in the electrical fields.

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