Under indirect and intermittent supervision, working mostly on a rotating shift, but at times on a regular day-shift assignment, and regularly working alone, to patrol, repair and restore service or report the nature of trouble found on overhead, or, as required, on underground circuits
- Install or read watt-hour and maximum demand meters.
- For making prompt decisions on own initiative.
- Wind, set or change time clocks, and read check meters on poles.
- Write requisitions and reports on all work done.
- For careful use and custody of trouble car, stock of tools, materials.
- For holding as confidential information concerning accident investigations, current diversions, or non-pay orders.
- For quick response to customers’ calls and for locating trouble and restoring service as quickly as possible.
- For properly accounting for small amounts of money collected on non-pay orders.
- For observing safety rules and traffic laws to insure public safety while on streets, highways, and customer premises.
- For exercising care in clearing or guarding fallen high voltage wires, to insure public safety.
- Thorough knowledge of overhead line construction and standard practices.
- Be alert, neat in appearance, resourceful, agile, quick-acting, able-bodied.
- Troubleman Training program.
- One year of experience as a Lineman or successful completion of the Apprentice Line
- Be adept in artificial respiration.
- Graduation from high school or the equivalent.
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: St Louis, MO, US
Application Deadline: N/A