Wiregrass Electric Cooperative

Wiregrass Electric Cooperative Lineman Jobs

Headquarters:

Alabama

Hiring: Groundmen, Apprentices, and Journeymen

Current Lineman Openings:

3

Wiregrass Electric Cooperative is hiring lineman. WEC provides electric service to over 22,000 consumer-members in Houston and Geneva Counties in Alabama and parts of Dale, Coffee, and Covington Counties with almost 4,000 miles of line and an average of 5.69 meters per mile. Daily business of the Cooperative is carried out at its headquarters in Hartford and at the district offices located in Dothan, Ashford, and Samson.

Wiregrass Electric Cooperative Lineman Pay and Salary Information

The average Lineman salary at Wiregrass Electric Cooperative is $81,090 par year. Wiregrass Electric Cooperative benefits and perks, including insurance benefits, retirement benefits, and vacation policy.

Lineman Apprenticeships at Wiregrass Electric Cooperative

The Apprentice Lineman at 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

Wiregrass Electric Cooperative Journeyman Lineman Jobs

Journeyman lineman at Wiregrass Electric Cooperative install meters, climb poles to repair overhead lines and inspect power lines for possible repair or replacement.

Wiregrass Electric Cooperative Lineman Job Hiring Process

Wiregrass Electric Cooperative Lineman Carefully the Geneva Middle School eighth-grader sank her arms into the Wiregrass Electric Cooperative (WEC) safety gloves and reached to the table below, retrieving materials that WEC linemen use everyday.

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