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Electrical Lineworkers are offered high pay, good benefits, and great jobs!


Attend an information session to learn about training opportunities* to get you started as a lineworker. 

Today, more lineworkers than ever are advancing toward retirement. This is leaving fewer and fewer lineworkers to fill a growing number of open positions.
Electric lineworkers are required to work outdoors in all types of weather and are subject to 24-hour call. They install, remove, maintain, and repair electric overhead and underground distribution, sub-transmission, and transmission systems. 

•   Install/repair poles, wire and electrical equipment associated with overhead electrical distribution and transmission systems.
•   Install/repair underground cable and electrical equipment associated with electrical distribution and transmission systems.
•   Ensure public and crew safety, including: personal protection equipment and emergency procedures and training.
•   Remain current with all construction, maintenance, safety and work methods, specifications, materials and practices.
•   Drive a variety of motor vehicles and operates hydraulic equipment; for example: back hoe trenchers, bucket trucks and digger derricks.
•   Use a variety of hand tools, including chain saws, shovels, drills and compression tools.

*Training classes to prepare for lineworker apprenticeships are offered at Georgia Piedmont.