Employment Listings: ELECTRIC UTILITY JOINT USE FIELD TECHNICIAN
ELECTRIC UTILITY JOINT USE FIELD TECHNICIAN
Sep 17, 2018
Responsible for ensuring that the construction contractors comply with client’s specification when working on Electric Distribution Line construction project. (Aerial and Underground)
Will ensure work is completed safely and to design specifications.
Responsible for identifying and correctly recording all different attachments (telco and utility) on electric distribution poles.
Responsible for recording span lengths and angle bearings between two structures.
Identify National Electric Safety Code (NESC) violations.
Responsible for identifying appropriate electric conductor sizes.
Responsible for identifying all appropriate equipment and attaching hardware on distribution poles.
Responsible for utilizing insulated, telescoping, fiberglass measuring stick to record the attachment height of any hardware/conductors installed on electric poles. (Contact to energized components will be made through the use of the insulated stick)
Responsible for reading maps and construction prints, and identifying any possible discrepancies between the field construction and the design specs.
Responsible for working independently in the field and maintain streamlined communication with the office personnel.
Responsible for email digital copies of the field data sheets and pictures to the design team in the office.
Responsible for navigating, independently, to new locations provided by design team.
High school diploma and 3+ years of experience with design or construction of Electric Distribution Line and/or telecommunication lines. Computer literate: can efficiently utilize Microsoft Word, and Excel to update reports and an email client to communicate with the rest of the team. Proficient in the use of a compass, range finders and the recording of geographical features. Willing to travel 100% of the time. Willing to work long hours and potential week-end. Must be able to perform physical labor in elements for extended periods of time. Must pass a drug screen test. Must be able to pass a background check and a driving record check. First Aid/CPR Trained a plus but not required.