Company Name: Alaska Power & Telephone, Co.
Phone Number: (425) 285-1627
Job Title: Electrical Lineman (Journeyman)
Number of Openings: 1
Position Type: Linecrew
Posting Start Date: October 18, 2017
Salary Per: Per Hour
Work Time: 40
Work Time Type: Hours
Recognized as one of the most progressive utilities in Alaska, Alaska Power & Telephone (www.aptalaska.com) currently provides service to communities located above the Arctic Circle, deep in the Wrangell Mountains and throughout the islands of Southeast Alaska. We travel by boat, floatplane, snow machine, riverboat, helicopter and all-terrain vehicles. AP&T is an employee owned, vertically integrated utility that independently owns and operates ten isolated power systems across a large expanse of Alaska. We incorporate hydro, solar and diesel resources to provide economic power to the communities we serve.
We are recruiting for a Full-Time Journeyman Electrical Lineman at our Klawock, Alaska location. A successful candidate will be a self-starter, highly motivated, flexible, detail-oriented, willing to follow directions, and willing to travel. They will possess excellent team and interpersonal skills, and the ability to work with minimum supervision.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Design and construction of distribution and transmission circuits, storm damage repairs, crew safety, meter reading
- Safely troubleshoot problems with electrical components (Voltages from 2,400 – 34,500)
- Must be able to respond to emergency outage calls during off-working hours
- Ability to inspect, maintain, operate all motor & commercial vehicles safely in accordance with all applicable laws to and from the various generation sites, day or night
- Ability to travel to various locations in Alaska to perform required duties
- Other duties as assigned
- High School Diploma or GED
- 5 years of experience as a journeyman electrical line worker
- 10 years of experience in the outside electrical profession
- Current Commercial Driver’s License (CDL), Medical Examiner’s Cert., CPR/First Aid card, & DOT Flagger Cert.
- Certified training in pole top, bucket, & tower rescue fall protection, transformer advance theory & practical application, grounding, electrical Systems and Safety & Loss Control Training, 1910.269, and liveline tools
- Possess good pole climbing skills
- Passport is required for occasional travel through Canada
- Willingness to deal with occasional hard weather conditions
Posting End Date: November 17, 2017