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Lineman - Ocala Electric Utility

Posted By: Garnie Holmes Career Center ,

Description

This is a highly skilled, labor intense and hazardous position that requires individual to work outdoors and perform electrical work relating to overhead and underground electrical facilities in a variety of voltages from 110 to 230,000 volts. This position normally reports directly to the Line Crew Foreman.

Examples of Duties

Performs construction and maintenance job tasks associated with electrical lines. Operates bucket trucks, derricks, trenchers, hydraulic tools, chain saws, other tools and equipment as may be required. Conforms to policies and procedures for safe work practices, area protection, proper use of vehicles, tools, and equipment associated with accepted line work practices.

Visually and audibly detects malfunctions of equipment and safety hazards. Works on energized electrical power lines, equipment, and devices without interruption of normal electric service.

Physical strength and endurance to operate tools and equipment for extended periods from bucket, poles, ladders, vaults, trenches or confined space.

Communicates with other employees in person and by two-way radio, politely and clearly and also communicates in person at job sites to customers.

Assists in training and instruction of other personnel. Provides "on the job" training in the field to fellow crew members on proper use and operation of equipment, climbing techniques and proper procedures and safety practices.

Availability during emergencies is required with rotation to stand-by on a regular rotation.

Minimum Qualifications

High school graduate or GED. A minimum of 4 years experience in construction and maintenance of overhead and underground transmission and distribution power systems. Successful completions of related electrical courses (apprentice program) or equivalent combination of training and related experience.

Licenses/Certificates

Must obtain a valid Florida Commercial Driver's License (CDL CLASS A) within 90 days of employment.

Residency Requirement

The employee must, within one year of date of hire or promotion to this position, reside with 30 minutes of the assigned work facility.

Supplemental Information

Ability to follow oral and written instructions. Ability to work outdoors in adverse weather conditions. Ability to work independently to complete tasks. Ability to maintain accurate records and reports.

Must have the ability to problem solve, evaluate others and make independent judgment to restore customer concerns. Must be able to remain calm in emergency situations. Thorough knowledge of the hazards involved when working around or in energized electrical lines. Must be able to distinguish colors used for locates and phase markings. Ability to work at various heights, (200') or in trenches, vaults, or confined spaces and able to climb and work off pole to restore power.

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