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Coatings Superintendent/Paint & Lining
As a Coatings Superintendent / Paint & Lining at our TrinityRail Maintenance facility in Saginaw,TX, you will direct all the activities and processes in the application of coatings to company products in order to meet quality and safety standards within production schedules. You will supervise production supervisors and other office and direct personnel, while working under the general direction of a production manager.
What you will do:
Select, assign, instruct, and evaluate prep/finishing/coating personnel which will include scheduling work and monitoring workflow throughout the plant
Monitor work processes and products to ensure quality, safety, and cost containment standards are maintained
Manage and/or repair all related equipment.
Review specifications on products and ensure material preparation and
application techniques meet standard requirements
- Coordinate with Coatings Specialists to evaluate coating/lining problems or
failures and prevent reoccurrences
- Maintain and check all records and relate data accurately to department
administration, application processes, and product specifications
- Ensure proper use and maintenance of all coatings equipment, and proper
handling, storage, and disposal of materials
- Make final decisions on administrative or operational matters and ensure
operation's effective achievement of objectives
What you'll need:
Considerable knowledge of the application processes of coating materials
Ability to plan cost efficient work procedures that meet quality requirements
Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing
Ability to develop, lead, and function on a team and maintain effective working
Lead and implement process improvement
Bilingual (Spanish / English) preferred
Trenchless Sewer Lining - Installers/Technicians
Gillece Services, a leader in the home services industry, is looking to add an experienced Pipe Lining Technician to our Pittsburgh Area Team ! We are looking in the Pittsburgh Area and Surrounding Counties.
Priority consideration for candidates with experience with pipe lining, pipe bursting, and sewer line spot repairs. Minimum two years of experience with residential sewer lining.
* Must have at minimum two years of residential sewer lining experience.
* Must know how to run and install Perma-liner® lining material in a residential sewer line.
* Trenchless sewer replacement Experience
* Have a valid driver's license with an acceptable driving record.
* We require background checks and drug tests on all employees.
What we are proud to offer you:
Weekly Paid Training
Paid Vacation Time
Company Paid Phone
Company Paid Vehicle
Silver Lining Design Group is a full-service event production agency and it is looking for a full-time Production Manager to provide support and leadership of a growing event company.
- Report to Operations Manager
- Supervise warehouse staff on event preparation, setup and break-down
- Prep all items for events, pack, deliver and pick-up from event venues
- Monitor all inventory, repairs and maintain accurate data
- Work with our event partners and other vendors for subcontracted items and fabrication orders
- Interact with clients during events to ensure smooth set-up and breakdown, as well as managing any last minute changes or issues on-site
- Minimum 2 years of experience supervising/ managing staff and production
- Handyman/ Carpentry skills
- Flexible schedule since events take place weekends/ nights
- Lift up to 50 pounds
- Experience driving trucks
- Valid driver license
- Computer proficiency
- Occasional travel outside of the DC area
- Other: Personal skills, problem solving, able to multitask
- A competitive salary
- Health insurance benefits
- Retirement Plan
Product Line Marketing Manager/ Sr Product Line Marketing Manager - End User Computing
Sr. Product Line Marketing Manager
Do you like to take initiative and work in a fast-paced environment that offers opportunities for growth? At VMware we are tackling big opportunities, big markets, big problems – providing you an environment to be creative, collaborative and constantly learning by working with the best in the industry.
This is an exciting time – End-User computing is going through its biggest transformation since the introduction of the PC. As a workforce, we're becoming increasingly mobile and tech savvy and more than ever before, we want the freedom to work from anywhere, at any time, and on any device. Moreover, our expectations of IT have increased. We expect our work technologies to offer the same efficiency and user experience as the consumer technologies we use at home. Our team is building the end-user technology platform for the modern workforce, giving people easy access to their applications from any device, powered by the cloud. We're bringing the same simplicity, effectiveness and awesome user experience of consumer technologies, while offering IT the security and manageability that enterprises need.
In this role you will be a member of the PMM team responsible for supporting the Horizon and Workspace ONE GTM. You will have the opportunity to define the strategy for how we communicate to customers about our strategy around competitive customer acquisition around Horizon and Workspace ONE. You will be responsible for defining our positioning and messaging to customers, partners and key influencers, while creating compelling content to help the market understand why VMware is essential to the next generation of end user computing. You'll develop the core use cases that will motivate a market to adopt our offerings, partnering with a broad team to drive successful launches and content programs.
This role is responsible for building a compelling value proposition, while consistently driving a bold and differentiated message as this portfolio rapidly expands. As part of a team, you will ultimately be measured on building market leadership, competitive differentiation and adoption for Horizon and Workspace ONE. This role will play an essential role in executing on a major phase of VMware's strategy for the enterprise.
This position provides hands-on opportunities to help shape marketing directions and drive execution of global marketing programs. This includes partnering across a broad range of teams, including thought leadership, executive communications, social media and corporate communications. The optimal individual will have strong technical and product expertise to help execute individually and in partnership with multiple teams.
This individual will also have an ongoing customer-facing role, including regular customer briefings and direct field support.
Job Role and Responsibilities:
Develop high-impact go-to-market strategies based on competitive customer acquisition in partnership with sales teams
Develop and communicate the value proposition of our platform and solutions to the sales team and develop enablement tools that support sales execution
Ensure content (e.g. case studies, sales enablement materials, product videos, web copy, competitive differentiation, white papers) communicates the unique capabilities of our platform
Own sales enablement and assist members of the sales team with calls to our partners and their customers when appropriate
Market intelligence – be the authority on buyers, how they buy, and their buying criteria. Conduct partner / market surveys and interviews to build expertise in the market, customers and competitive landscape
Speak and present both externally and internally to promote our partners' stories, our platform and our solutions
Work closely with PSO, technical marketing our competitive marketing teams and sales to support an end-to-end programmatic approach.
5+ years in enterprise software product marketing for high-tech companies that target IT organizations
Thorough understanding of product marketing and all of the aspects of pulling together a successful go-to-market plan
Bachelors in business, engineering or computer science (MBA a plus) – or related industry experience
Superb written and verbal communication skills
Exceptional analytical skills, i.e. ability to assemble and interpret data, create executive summaries, and deliver actionable business insights
Strong project & organization skills with the ability to optimally structure and prioritize work
Demonstrated ability to successfully influence critical stakeholders and to communicate the group's vision and accomplishments
Consistent record of speaking in front of large internal, external and global audiences
Demonstrated experience in running competitive programs
Familiarity with VMware, Citrix and Microsoft end user computing products
Willing to travel up to 25%
United States of America
Job Posting End Date:
The Production Floor Line Lead (PFLL) will work to naturalize and propagate a CI culture on the production floor by coaching and facilitating the use of the CI toolset and standard processes to production line associates. The PFLL will be responsible for leveraging team-based problem solving techniques (e.g. production floor gembas , kaizen events, root cause, etc) to investigate, analyze, identify and mitigate causes of performance gaps on the production line. The PFLL will be responsible for building associate capability and proficiency in operating and maintaining line equipment with the objective of instilling a sense of "machine ownership" in each associate that will be the foundation of the TPM initiative at the Main Street Plant. The PFLL will be accountable for ensuring that production line associate complete the required training matrix for (his/her) line and machine in a specified time frame determined by plant management.
Function Specific Activities:
The PFLL must be energetic, self-motivated, and comfortable in leading Kaizen teams, maintaining a sense of urgency in "Making Success Routine" on the production floor, and building the case for continuous improvement initiatives focused on enhancing the stability and reliability of the production line.
The PFLL must be proficient in the use of spreadsheets, and be able to assimilate, analyze, and interpret data in order to effectively drive production line performance.
The PFLL must possess effective written and verbal communications skills in order to effectively lead production floor whiteboard meetings, accurately update the NORTH board on an hourly basis, dynamically calculate production goals and objectives, and coordinate communication between production floor associates and management to solve problems and address any resource constraints that may limit production line performance.
The ability to draft reports, develop single point lessons, and publish written training material will be a core responsibility of the PFLL position.
Specific core responsibilities of the PFLL will include but will not be limited to:
Responsible for accurately updating (on a hourly basis) the NORTH board metrics for the production line
Responsible for inputting downtime data into CC+I in an accurate and timely manner (within 15 mins of downtime)
Responsible for initiating and writing Maximo Work Orders for required maintenance department interventions on the line (work order documentation will be required to include the problem description and solution
Ensure PFLL journal and all area journals are accurately updated and utilized for his/her shift.
Ensure all CIP paperwork is accurately completed and signed off Ensure all EAST board area scans are completed at the start of the shift and that all issues are resolved and/or communicated for follow-up.
Accountable for the accurate and timely execution of all SAP transactions on the production line.
Responsible for the documentation of any rework produced on the production line for his/her shift.
Responsible for maintaining all established Visual Management Routines on the production line.
Ensure that all production line control charts (fill height, weights, etc) are updated and maintained.
Responsible for ensuring effective execution of all established process Blue print and avenues of escalation for production.
Accountable for the correct raw material usage (SKU and quantity) on the production line and for the identification, quarantining, and removal from the production line any defective raw material (corrugate, pre-forms, film, etc) to ensure no defective or sub-standard product is produced.
Responsible for the collection and communication of all line associate MAD (Make a Difference) improvement ideas resulting from use of the Line Improvement Dropbox (LID).
Responsible for the identification and systematic elimination (minimization) of production line waste streams (pre-form, raw material, etc)
Responsible for communicating to the CI Team all video training opportunities and requirements for the line so specific training material can be developed and implemented on the production line.
Candidates for the PFLL position must have the following skills and proficiencies:
Requirement to obtain the CI Certification as outlined in the Technical Operator Program Curriculum.
Experienced and qualified for the assigned high speed, aseptic filling line with the exception of blending.
Demonstrated capability to lead-by-example, inspire, and motivate associates within his/her span of control, and similar peer group
Demonstrated experienced, and qualified to implement and maintain Lean production methodologies (including 5S, TPM, SMED, etc)
Demonstrated ability, and qualified to facilitate team based problem solving on the production floor using the flip chart criteria and the 5 Whys methodology
Demonstrated ability, and qualified to perform job breakdowns and document what, how, and why of each discrete step task
Qualified in, and has demonstrated working knowledge of CI toolset (as contained in the Line Lead Binder LLB)
Qualified and demonstrated ability to teach and facilitate the production floor use of each concept in the Line Lead Binder LLB to line associates
Qualified and demonstrated technical expertise in operating and maintaining all machinery on their assigned high-speed aseptic and/or ESL Extended Shelf Life filler production line (with the exception of blending).
Demonstrated proficiency in the use of Maximo, SAP, MS Office, and CC+I (data entry)
Years of Experience:
- DRIVE INNOVATION: Generate new or unique solutions and embrace new ideas that help sustain our business(encompassing everything from continuous improvement to new product and package innovation).
- COLLABORATE WITH SYSTEM, CUSTOMERS, AND OTHER STAKEHOLDERS: Develop and leverage relationships with stakeholders to approximately stretch and impact the System (Company and Bottler).
- ACT LIKE AN OWNER: Deliver results, creating value for our Brands, our System, our customers, and key stakeholders.
- INSPIRE OTHERS: Inspire people to deliver our mission and 2020 Vision, demonstrate passion for the business and give people a reason to believe anything is possible.
- DEVELOP SELF AND OTHERS: Develop self and support others' development to achieve full potential.
- GROWTH MINDSET: Demonstrates curiosity. Welcomes failure as a learning opportunity.
- SMART RISK: Makes bold decisions/recommendations.
- EXTERNALLY FOCUSED: Understands the upstream and downstream implications of his/her work. Tracks and shares external trends, best practices or ideas.
- PERFORMANCE DRIVEN AND ACCOUNTABLE: Has high performance standards. Outperforms her/his peers.
- FAST/AGILE: Removes barriers to move faster. Experiments and adapts. Thrives under pressure and fast pace.
- EMPOWERED: Brings solutions instead of problems. Challenges the status quo. Has the courage to take an unpopular stance.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.
Director, Service Line & Network Integration, Musculoskeletal & Rheumatology Service Line
The Musculoskeletal and Rheumatology Service Line is comprised of Orthopaedic surgery, rheumatology, physical medicine and rehabilitation, radiology and pain medicine. By partnering across the care continuum with all these disciplines, the service line advances patient care through six distinct disease-based multidisciplinary teams.
Moreover, the service line shares clinical space and operations across the region in multiple Musculoskeletal Centers across Penn's entities and various network affiliates. The Director of Service Line & Network Integration provides clinical service line administrative support in developing and leading service line disease team initiatives, as well as strategic thinking and business development support to the Chief Administrative Officer for the service line. The Director will work to advance coordination between network affiliates, health system entities and other strategic partners; in addition to execution of business growth & other service line strategic initiatives.
A member of the Service Line senior team that helps strategize and inform major initiatives for the health system. A key competency for the incumbent will include leading innovative teams across service lines, strategic partnerships, and business plans that are specific to the service line while also fulfilling broader strategies for the health system. The Director will also be expected to independently represent the service line throughout the organization and with outside partners.
The Director of Service Line & Network Integration is responsible, overall, to the strategic success of service line strategy across the Health System, requiring him/her to execute work at the highest level of the organization while navigating a highly matrixed and ever-growing group of stakeholders. • Provide leadership for disease teams, implementing and overseeing the ongoing success of care pathways and programs while engaging stakeholders across the health system, clinical disciplines and research arms to innovate and support pathway work that aligns with health system goals. • Translate career pathways and programs into appropriate business and marketing plans for both external campaigns as well relates to the growth and maturation of network affiliations. • Build flexible and robust disease team infrastructure to respond quickly to health reform, market forces, and the rapidly improving world of patient-centered care. Report on the Service Line Current State quarterly, as it pertains to volumes, program and financial trends, and any notable changes. • Collaborate with Service Line Director of Quality to develop and maintain appropriate quality, financial and operational metrics and dashboards; support performance improvement across teams through the use of metric identification amd reporting, where appropriate; incorporate bundled payment programs as appropriate. • Engage and work across service lines to ensure alignment in goals, system care and strategy, as required or as assigned. • Collaborate with Service Line Director of Operations on strategies to optimize organizational development and operations of the service line as it continues to grow. Work closely with service line marketing and liaison teams to implement strategies integrating market development, operations and quality strategies to effectively support service line growth and integration. • In conjunction with the CAO, develop tactics and strategies that promote access to care within the Penn system in both existing markets and in new that areas that support the service line growth strategy.
Optimize existing affiliations; enhance partnerships with system entities; develop partnerships with system alliance members; and develop new partnerships within our regional reach. • Provide leadership and support for the Service Line Network & Market Strategy Committee to align system service line market strategies. Provide consistent operational and strategic direction in delivering on the promise of network affiliations with partners: establishing shared patient pathways, outcomes/data, educational and research opportunities, and marketing collaborations • Work with Strategic Decision Support (SDS) to support business decisions with financial and market analytics to establish the value created in terms of quality, cost savings, etc. • Performs duties in accordance with Penn Medicine and entity values, policies, and procedures • Other duties as assigned to support the unit, department, entity, and health system organization
Tender Project Lead I
Plans, manages, and executes the entire Product Line Tender development process, including (but not limited to) development of concept/strategy, mobilization of Product Line Tender Execution team, preparation of tender documentation/risk/schedule/cost, tender consolidation, cost reporting, pre-bid/post-bid clarifications/exceptions, and handover.
Works closely with Regional Product Line Engineering/Project Management, Global Product Delivery Teams (PDT), and Third-Party Subcontractors to develop comprehensive, detailed, accurate, and competitive Product Line Tenders.
Delivers error-free Product Line Tenders which not only meet customer expectations/requirements but also meet internal expectations/requirements such that the execution team can safely deliver a high-quality system on-time and on-budget.
Organizes and leads meetings with the entire Product Line Tender Execution team which requires product knowledge, decisiveness, on-the-spot problem solving, creative thinking, and project planning skills; includes Product Line Tender Strategy, Product Line Tender Kick-off, Tender Status/Progress, and Product Line Tender Cost Review meetings.
Delivers clear and detailed information to Regional Central Tender Team (CTT) for all tenders; Communicates concise and constructive feedback to assigned senior staff when necessary.
No direct reports, but monitors and manages the performance of assigned Product Line Tender Execution team, including Regional Product Line Engineering/Project Management, Global Product Delivery Teams (PDT), and Third-Party Subcontractor resources.
Participates in and coordinates concept/strategy meetings with Global Product Line, Systems Engineering, and Field Development resources to establish best technical and/or commercial solutions to be tendered.
Following Regional Central Tender Team (CTT) kick-off meeting, compiles product-line specific tender input and hosts Product Line Tender Strategy and/or Product Line Tender Kick-off meeting(s), which act(s) to mobilize the Product Line Tender Execution team.
During Product Line Tender Strategy/Kick-off Meetings, communicates clear requirements (both internal and external) and establishes a tender timeline to which the Product Line Tender Execution team can execute within the timeline required by the Customer and Regional Central Tender Team.
Works closely with Regional Product Line Engineering/Project Management, Global Product Delivery Teams (PDT), and Third Party Subcontractors to develop a comprehensive, detailed, and accurate Product Line Tender Package, including commercial/technical write-ups, risk assessment, schedule, and cost.
Consolidates all inputs into a cohesive Product Line Tender Package for submission to Regional Central Tender Team (CTT) and Systems Engineering or assists with consolidation if deliverable hand-over is staggered over time.
Benchmarks, refines, reviews, and presents the Product Line Tender Package; explains technical solution, costs, resources required, proposed delivery, and assumptions.
Once Product Line Tender Package is approved, supports Regional Central Tender Team, Account Managers, and Portfolio Team for post bid customer clarifications and negotiations.
Upon award, handover Product Line Tender Package to the Regional Product Line execution team and completes required handover checklist to enable a clean-start for the project.
Develops and updates processes and templates used in the Product Line Tender Process to standardize and improve the efficiency of the Tender Process; includes working with Global Tender Product Line Manager network.
Bachelor's degree in related field or equivalent years of work experience.
At least two years' experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Demonstrates effective leadership ability within a matrixed team environment and contributes significantly to the team's performance.
Understands the regional Subsea businesses and external and internal economic factors affecting the business.
Demonstrates strong negotiation, planning, interpersonal and communication skills.
Proven leadership skills and the ability to motivate a diverse group of people to successfully complete the Tender objectives.
Proficient PC skills including word processing, spreadsheet, project and presentation software.
Engineering/technical knowledge and work experience preferred.
Spends 95% of time in a temperature-controlled environment (office, airport, air plane). Spends 5% of time in a field environment or in a subcontractor's shop and may be exposed to possible hazards including high noise, heavy machinery and inclement weather. Travel 5 - 10% of time that may include local or international travel.
Frequent sitting and operating a computer. Fast paced atmosphere with multiple priorities and constant change. Minimal travel for vendor and/or client contact.
Experienced Line Specialist - Journeyman - Avon, IN
More than a career - a chance to make a difference in people's lives.
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Under indirect supervision, to install or remove transmission and distribution poles, towers and appurtenances, line conductors and related devices, transformers and associated equipment, services and meters, street lighting equipment and static and communication lines and associated equipment; to repair and maintain poles, towers, conductors and associated equipment; to assist in training and instructing apprentice line workers; to handle emergency patrolling, switching and service restoration operations; and to perform other related work.
Handle, under specific instructions and as delegated, basic arrangements preliminary to the execution of field assignments, such as leading in the loading and delivery of material, arranging for line clearances, performing switching when necessary, grounding circuits, installing protective devices, and contacting property owners on tree trimming and right-of-way matters as required.
Perform and lead in installing or removing poles and their attachments, line conductors, insulators and associated devices, static and communication lines and affiliated equipment and underground cables including framing, erecting and aligning poles, assembling, installing and removing guys, cutting and trimming trees and underbrush, stringing, sagging, tying-in and connecting conductor wires and cables, installing and removing cutouts, air break switches and other line devices, laying and connecting cable lengths, installing street lighting equipment and over-seeing execution of a portion of specified work as assigned.
Perform and lead in operations involved in installing and removing transformers, transformer supports, regulators and associated protective and other equipment, building platforms and enclosures, installing mats, connecting transformer leads and associated devices such as busses, cutouts, lightning arresters and switches.
Install, remove, repair and relocate services, entrance runs and self-contained watt hour meters; cooperate with meter personnel in the installation and removal of line capacitors, meters associated with instrument transformers, and similar equipment.
Perform and lead in maintaining poles, towers, transmission, distribution and street lighting circuits, transformers and associated devices, including relocating and replacing poles, renewing cross-arms and hardware, replacing insulators, repairing guy assemblies, re-sagging and retying conductors, re-fusing or replacing cutouts, repairing air break and disconnect switches, changing transformer taps and checking oil levels, trimming trees and underbrush, tightening contacts and performing other associated work, including patrolling and switching, the installing, removing and reading of ammeters, volt-meters and associated equipment for load and voltage surveys and making of visual inspections of line and substation conditions and the preparation of required logs or reports.
Participate in maintaining street lighting circuits and associated equipment in good operating condition and appearance, locating and correcting causes of outages and adjusting control devices.
Perform and lead in planned or emergency operations involving the use of hot line tools for the replacing of poles and attachments and transferring of conductors and supports, using rubber gloves and protective equipment as prescribed by the Safety Manual.
Assist in checking completed work, under specific instructions and as assigned, observing workmanship and condition of site and adherence to Company standards; release the checked lines and equipment for operation, notifying employees concerned, removing grounds and protective devices and cooperating in energizing operations.
Perform a variety of other line work and related operations such as repairing tools and equipment, preassembling materials, making shop and miscellaneous repairs and painting equipment; operating automotive equipment, bucket truck, air compressor, hydraulic equipment and other associated line equipment; tree trimming, unloading and storing line poles, unloading, transporting, moving and placing in position heavy equipment units as required and performing other similar work.
Maintain work equipment and areas in a clean, orderly condition, continuously observe Company safety rules and practices, check condition of safety equipment, attend scheduled safety meetings, participate in artificial respiration practice as required and become familiar with safety manuals, rules and special procedures prescribed by the Company.
Operate two-way space radio facilities and check such equipment for proper operating condition, reporting any impaired operation to proper Company personnel.
Stand Service watch and assume duties of a Line Service worker as assigned act as foreman for crew when assigned or directed, assist in training and instructing apprentice line worker and perform other related work as required.
This position contains a weight restriction of 275 pounds as an essential function of the job. The purpose of this restriction is to ensure that all weight rated equipment is used in an appropriate and safe manner within maximum allowed weight loading.
Work schedule requires working various shifts as business needs arise.
Position has on-call responsibilities as scheduled and generally available at others times as needed, demonstrate the ability to work independently, and to work all hours as needed, day or night, weekends or holidays, and in all weather conditions to perform work required during planned and emergency outages.
Requires ability to travel and stay overnight to various locations and work extended hours to assist in major storm restoration.
Must live within 30 driving miles or 30 minutes of hiring operations center. Relocation is at the expense of the applicant.
Shift Work, Overtime, Weekend Work.
Work environment ranges from indoors to outside in varying degrees of heat and cold weather conditions.
Emergency situations may require working at night and in inclement weather.
Subject to confined spaces, (manholes, vaults, etc.).
Subject to periodic call-out duty and subject to second and third shift schedules.
Graduation from high school or applicable equivalent in either job training or study, preferably supplemented by courses in electrical circuits, wiring diagrams and related equipment equivalent to three months of full-time study.
Four years as Lineworker Apprentice, or equivalent, of which one year should have been as Lineworker Apprentice-4th Year.
Must have a good working knowledge of line work and electrical circuits and a general familiarity with local substation locations, existing voltages, street locations and rural areas.
Must have indicated ability to work on own initiative, to lead and cooperate with fellow employees, to train and instruct apprentice line workers and to use tact in dealing with the public.
Must have a valid driver's license.
Must be thoroughly familiar with safety policies and practices, particularly with respect to taking equipment out of service, holding for clearance and restoring to service and be alert, resourceful, and capable of carrying out responsibilities involved in this work and be able to make quick and correct decisions in emergencies.
Must be able to receive and transmit orders and instructions in a manner that will obtain cooperation and satisfactory work results from men assigned to work with him.
- Must pass the entrance examination (written and qualifying) into the grade of Line Specialist – Journeyman
Relocation Assistance Provided (as applicable)No
Represented/Union PositionIBEW Local 1393
Visa Sponsored PositionNo
Posting Expiration Date
Saturday, August 18, 2018
All job postings expire at 12:01 AM on the posting expiration date.
Please note that in order to be considered for this position, you must possess all of the basic/required qualifications.
Line Mechanic-D To Line Mechanic-A
Two positions available. These positions will be filled at a range of Line Mechanic D to Line Mechanic A.
Assist in performing work involved with the installation, rearrangement, maintenance, operation, removal, and inspection of electrical transmission and distribution facilities, drive and operate line trucks and associated auxiliary equipment. All job duties apply to overhead and underground equipment and facilities.
Assist with the assembly, installation, maintenance, removal and competently inspect underground facilities, conductors, fixtures, structures and other associated equipment on de-energized and grounded overhead and underground facilities under direct or immediate supervision. Climb poles, towers and ladders and demonstrate evidence of being at ease above ground level during the performance of work tasks. Demonstrate the ability to competently perform Ground person duties under immediate or direct supervision.
Assist with loading, unloading, handling, maintaining, installing and removing poles, towers and structures. During the first six months in this classification, the employee must demonstrate the ability to operate Company equipment, climb poles and structures, and work on de-energized conductors and equipment. Also, under immediate supervision of a higher classification, may work secondary voltage up to 260 volts.
After six months in this classification, under general supervision may work on conductors and equipment energized up to 260 volts, and may also work higher secondary voltages under immediate supervision of a higher classification. Assemble and install Line Material and hardware under direct or immediate supervision Use and store hand lines, tie knots and demonstrate a basic working knowledge with ropes and rigging equipment inspection and use. Splice primary and secondary overhead wires using the proper tools, hardware and equipment (including crimping and compression tools). Inspect and maintain tools, equipment and work area in a safe, clean and orderly fashion Identify, inspect, use and maintain all classes of rubber gloves and sleeves(PIPE), and insulating blankets, hoses and covers(IPE). Inspect, maintain, organize, operate and stock company vehicles, equipment and tools.
Perform housekeeping duties as assigned. Report irregularities and abnormal conditions. Safely execute pole top rescue process Protect or control work area.
Set and remove barricades, flags, signs, cones and associated equipment. Maintain accurate records and submit accurate reports as required. Correctly read and record information and registered readings on analog or digital Kilowatt-hour meters Perform similar or less skilled work as assigned.
Transmission Line Mechanic D - Transmission Line Mechanic A
Assist in the installation, maintenance, rearrangement, operation, removal and inspection of electrical transmission and distribution facilities. Drive and operate line trucks and associated auxiliary equipment. This list is not intended to limit assignment of work or the degree of supervision under all operating conditions.
The following reference is provided as a guideline for persons responsible for directing the duties and responsibilities of assigned personnel, to assist in the safety and development of employees, and is not intended to limit assignment of work or the degree of supervision under all operating conditions:
DIRECT SUPERVISION - When a qualified person is working with/hands-on with the person performing the designated task.
IMMEDIATE SUPERVISION - When a qualified person is near the structure/equipment and is in constant visual and/or verbal contact to the person performing the designated task.
GENERAL SUPERVISION - An employee of equal or higher classification, knowledgeable of the task at hand and not necessarily at the job site.
QUALIFIED PERSON - Line Mechanic or Supervisor who is knowledgeable of the task or work to be performed, and is capable of performing the appropriate emergency rescue.
Perform duties in accordance with the Company's safety rules, regulations and practices and report unsafe conditions and practices.
Report irregularities and abnormal conditions.
Assemble, install, maintain, remove and inspect conductors, fixtures, and other associated equipment on overhead facilities.
During the first six months in this classification, the employee must demonstrate the ability to operate Company equipment, climb poles and structures, work from bucket trucks or on ladders and be at ease above the ground while performing the work.
Supply employees working aloft the necessary tools and equipment required in the work.
Assist in setting poles, including poles in energized areas where proper personnel protective procedures are used.
Cut, spray or stack trees and brush while performing transmission right-of-way control.
Under direct supervision of a qualified person, assist in the use of live line tools, bare-hand techniques, rubber gloves and sleeves, and other accepted work methods to maintain transmission lines.
Operate automotive equipment and its associated equipment, and perform duties incidental to the operation of such equipment.
Operate line trucks of various types with derricks and earth-boring equipment. Operate truck-tractors, both single and tandem-axle, trailers, both regular and fifth-wheel mounted, winches in handling poles and material, and transport employees and equipment to and from work locations.
Identify all personal protective equipment and its purpose including rubber gloves, blankets, temporary grounds, live line tools, and construction and maintenance tools and equipment.
Maintain tools, equipment and work area in a clean and orderly condition.
Maintain records and submit reports as required.
Assist employees of equal or higher classification.
Attend and participate in training as assigned and assist in the training of other employees.
Perform similar or less skilled work.
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