Build and maintain electric and telecommunication utilities infrastructure.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Constructs and maintains underground and overhead sub-transmission and distribution lines related to tasks of new construction of energized and de-energized lines.
Locating underground cable as required.
Broad knowledge of the operation of regulators, oil circuit reclosure’s, and transformer banks.
Knowledgeable of all transformer bank connection configurations.
Tree trimming as required.
Maintains accurate accounting and care for materials, trucks, tools and equipment.
Assists with member complaint resolution, troubleshooting service outages, voltage testing, and completing outage reports.
Installation and maintenance of fiber optics lines and telecommunications equipment.
Cover after hours stand-by on a rotational basis for outages and other trouble calls.
Majority of activities are performed outside in all kinds of weather.
Irregular hours including nights, weekends and holidays.
Travel outside the system may be required.
Must be able to perform activities listed in the position description.
Activities performed are driving, sitting and walking, working at various heights above the ground both off the pole and from aerial devices.
Must have a high school diploma or equivalent.
Must have completed a 4-year state accredited apprenticeship program or equivalent.
Must be a certified Journeyman Lineman.
Must possess or obtain a valid Colorado Commercial Driver’s License (CDL).
Must adhere to the Cooperative’s safety manual, policies, procedures, service rules, construction codes and regulations.
Must possess strong interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate clearly with consumers and coworkers.
Must be able to operate computers, communication equipment and standard office equipment.
WorkKeys: Reading for Information-4, Applied Mathematics- 4, Locating Information-4
This job description describes the general nature of this position and is not an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities required of this position.
Internal Number: 1044
About San Luis Valley Rural Electric Cooperative, Inc.
The goal of San Luis Valley REC and Ciello is to become a cohesive organization that offers world class service to our member/owners while offering an all-encompassing incentive package to our employees that will encourage work-life balance, support a high level of performance and promote commitment among all.
Already a well-established utility company, we are branching out into a highly competitive telecommunications business that is financially challenging, physically demanding and ever-changing. We recognize that our team of employees are the key advantage in managing this environment.
To achieve our objective we must motivate, develop and reward our skilled workforce. A competitive incentive package is provided that includes market-based compensation, comparative benefits, career development and the chance to participate in meaningful ways that contribute to powering a vital Valley.