Salem Electric Lineman Jobs
Hiring: Groundmen, Apprentices, and Journeymen
Current Lineman Openings:
Salem Electric is hiring lineman. SALEM ELECTRIC is a company based out of 633 SEVENTH STREET N. W., SALEM, Oregon, United States.
Salem Electric Lineman Pay and Salary Information
The average Lineman salary for Salem Electric Company is $46600 per year. Salem Electric has a health insurance program.
Lineman Apprenticeships at Salem Electric
The apprentice lineworkers at Salem Electric 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.
Salem Electric Journeyman Lineman Jobs
Journeyman lineman at Salem Electric Construct and maintain dead or energized overhead and underground transmission and distribution circuits Install and remove all types of transformers, arresters, fuses, cutouts, switches, and street-lighting equipment.
Salem Electric Lineman Job Hiring Process
Lineman required at Salem Electric High School Diploma in electrical field. Minimum 4 years experience required.
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