High Voltage Line Worker
The City of Redding is establishing an eligibility list to fill current vacancies, as well as future vacancies, that occur during the life of the list.
Under direction, High Voltage Line Workers perform all classes of electrical power transmission and distribution system construction, maintenance, and operation work. Three years line worker (Post-apprenticeship) experience, successful completion of a certified rubber glove training program, and a CDL tank endorsement are desirable.
$58.61 per hour (Rubber glove certification rate)
$56.69 per hour (Rubber glove training rate)
$54.77 per hour
EXAMPLE OF DUTIES:
Remove and/or install power poles, towers, and other support structures; work on energized conductors using rubber glove and/or hot stick techniques; remove and/or install anchors, guy wires; install or replace cross arms and overhead conductor, etc.; install, repair, maintain, and/or splice primary and secondary underground conductors; set and remove electric meters; install, repair, replace, and/or remove street lights and make out appropriate reports; install, repair, replace, and/or remove both overhead and underground transformers, capacitor banks, switches, boxes, connectors, and other line apparatus; read work orders, switching orders, circuit maps, and note job changes on maps; drive and operate digger derricks, bucket trucks, forklifts, pole dollies; operate wire-pullers and other associated line equipment; may be required to work alone patrolling and troubleshooting the City's electrical system, and perform related duties as assigned.
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