A Journeyman Lineman with at least one year working experience upon completion of a City and IBEW approved apprenticeship. The Lineman shall be familiar with California GO 95 and GO 128 general orders, as well as Cal OSHA safety regulations. Duties include constructing and maintaining all aspects of Distribution and Transmission electrical systems. This includes but is not limited to setting poles, changing transformers, rubber gloving energized conductors, splicing cable, switching, installing meters, and maintaining streetlights. The Lineman must be able to operate digger derricks, climb poles, and work out of a bucket truck at elevated heights, work alone and with others to troubleshoot the City’s electrical system, perform work in a safe manner and complete other duties as assigned. The Lineman shall have completed a certified rubber glove training program, as well as be familiar with hot stick techniques. The Lineman must have (or be able to obtain within 3 months) a California Commercial Class A driver’s license and must be able to complete and maintain all certifications and conditions of employment.
Status: Open until Filled
Salary: $65.63 per hour, plus an excellent benefit package including CalPERS retirement (2% at age 60 PERS retirement plan “Classic” members or 2% at age 62 for new PERS retirement plan PEPRA members), 20 days paid time-off accrual allowance each year for first four years (increases with length of service), 10 days of sick leave accrual per year, and 11 paid holidays per year. The City pays a portion of the monthly premiums for health, dental, and vision benefits, The City also offers long and short term disability plans and a life insurance policy at no cost to employees.
Posted: June 20, 2023 10:00 AM
Closing: Open Until Filled