Clark County REMC, an electric distribution cooperative, is seeking qualified candidates to fulfill the open position of Journeyman Lineman and/or Apprentice Lineman. Candidates will serve as a Journey Lineman or Apprentice Lineman in the construction of electric distribution lines. Candidates will be required to have successfully completed a 4 year apprenticeship program or successfully complete the 4 year apprenticeship program through Hoosier Energy’s apprenticeship program.
Must be at least 21 years of age. Must have a HS Diploma/GED. Must meet all physical qualifications. Must meet all educational and regulatory qualifications for Journeyman Lineman or obtain the qualifications through the apprenticeship program. Required as a condition of employment to obtain and maintain a valid Indiana Class A CDL. Must comply with the Company’s rule for residency.
Additional Salary Information: excellent benefit package including 401(k), R/S Pension plan, paid vacation, sick, personal leave, medical insurance, dental insurance, life insurance, short and long term disability
Internal Number: 062021
About Clark County REMC
Clark County Rural Electric Membership Corporation (REMC) was incorporated in 1939 to provide electricity to areas of our community that had no other means of receiving it.
We currently serve electricity to members living in Clark, Floyd, Jefferson, Scott, and Washington counties. Clark County REMC is a distribution cooperative; we do not generate our own electricity. We purchase our power from Hoosier Energy REC, which is headquartered in Bloomington, Indiana. Hoosier Energy is a Generating and Transmission Cooperative owned and controlled by 17 rural electrics in the southern and central parts of Indiana that receive electricity from that organization.
The REMC has historically acted as an 'energy source' to spur economic growth in our communities and to create a better style of living. Our mission continues to be to provide reliable electricity and services to our members. This includes working toward the future, meeting the demands of our member/owners, being good stewards of our environment and being a good corporate, community citizen. After all, we work for some pretty important people... our REMC members, and it's a job we'll never take for granted.