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Fairbanks is a close-knit community with a diverse history. There is an abundance of wildlife in the area and easy access to year-around outdoor activities. These include boating, general aviation, hiking, hunting, fishing, skiing, 4-wheeling, dog sledding and snow-machining. The university in the area offers continuing education opportunities, cultural activities and provides a center for the community to connect.
Assist in the installation, rearrangement, maintenance, operation, inspection & removal of electrical distribution facilities, including substations and services
Drive and operate line trucks and associated auxiliary equipment
Serve as a member of a line crew responsible for maintenance and repair of both overhead and underground electrical distribution systems
Provide standby electrical coverage within published response times as required by company contracts
Maintain Class B commercial driver’s license
Maintain Journeyman Lineman Certificate of Fitness issued by the State of Alaska.
Primarily outdoor work in temperature ranges from +90F to -60F for extended periods throughout the year
Power linemen are represented by the IBEW
Class B commercial driver’s license
Journeyman Lineman Certificate of Fitness issued by the State of Alaska
Ability to analyze electrical systems and select a safe course of action to determine causes of power outages
Journeyman level of knowledge for High Voltage Electrical/Lineman duties.
Knowledge of airfield lighting system, street lighting system and traffic lighting
Ability to climb poles and work at heights of 70 (+/-) feet
Working knowledge of the National Electric Safety Code and OSHA
Able to perform technical inspections of electrical work accomplished by in-house personnel or contractors
Able to work outside in extreme environmental conditions such as cold, wind, snow and rain
Operate in a safe, journeyman manner
Ability to work well with other employees