Journeyman LinemanFranklin PUD
Franklin PUD has an opening for a Journeyman Lineman who is responsible for the construction and maintenance of overhead and underground electrical distribution/transmission systems, substation construction/ maintenance, and switching distribution/transmission voltages. Applicant must have attained the electrical line workers journey level status.
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
Job duties listed below will be performed under the direction of the Superintendent, Foreman or a designated Lineman.
1. Constructs and installs overhead and underground distribution lines. Examples of duties include digging holes and trenches, setting poles, climbing poles, stringing wire, placing equipment and testing systems.
2. Performs work on energized and de-energized lines, daily. Performs this work in darkness, as needed.
3. Operates heavy and light equipment, including digger derricks, aerial lift devices and backhoes. Works with various tools of the trade.
4. Participates in the instruction and development of Lineman Trainees and Apprentice Linemen. Leads by example.
5. Actively and positively participates in department meetings, safety meetings and tailboards.
6. Performs after-hours duties, as required. Responds to callouts in a timely manner. Works scheduled and unscheduled overtime, as needed or as required.
7. Locates underground cable as requested by customers.
8. Customer service: Interacts with public during the normal course of business, in the Operations Center and in the field. Behaves in a courteous, professional manner.
9. Professional behavior: Understands and follows District/supervisor expectations regarding appropriate dress, attendance, punctuality, scheduled and unscheduled time off, and appropriate use of District time, equipment and resources.
10. Performs other duties as assigned. The District may revise the duties and responsibilities of this position as needed.
Education and experience: High School diploma or equivalent, successful completion of an apprentice program, including classroom and work hours, and attainment of electrical line workers journey level status. Two years of journey level work experience is preferred but not required.
Skills, knowledge and abilities: Thorough understanding of electrical theory and the safety regulations and work methods associated with electrical line work. Understanding of line construction and maintenance. Ability to safely and effectively operate the tools of the trade and the heavy and light equipment associated with electrical line work. Ability to possess a valid Washington State Driver's License and Class A commercial driver's license. Ability to possess a valid Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation/First Aid certification and Flagger's card, and willingness to perform. Ability to communicate in an effective manner, demonstrating job knowledge. Ability to work in a team environment.
Equal Opportunity Employer: Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled.