IES Commercial, Inc. - Commercial & Industrial Div Lineman in Sioux City, Iowa
IES Commercial, Inc. - Commercial & Industrial Division, seeking full-time Lineman in Sioux City, Iowa.
Construction, installation, maintenance and repair of electric transmission and distribution lines.
Mentors and provides Helper/Apprentice with safety and on the job training.
Knowledgeable of and ability to train in electrical distribution and transmission line construction, electrical apparatus such as single phase transformers, three phase transformer banks, voltage testing, rotation, and regulators, and line switching, clearance procedures and grounding.
Complies with all company and customer safety policies and procedures.
Travel may be required.
Successful completion of an accredited Journeyman Lineman program or considered a documented Journeyman Lineman through verifiable experience.
3 years’ recent experience working in transmission and/or distribution line construction.
Supervisory experience and ability to assist Foreman with daily tasks.
Class A or B CDL or ability to obtain.
High School Diploma/GED.
OSHA 10 or ability to obtain.
Successfully pass pre-employment (post offer) drug test, and MVR check when responsibilities require operating motor vehicles
Successfully pass pre-employment (post offer) background check when applicable per customer contract requirement.
Company Overview: IES Commercial, Inc. – Commercial & Industrial Division, a subsidiary of IES Holdings, Inc. (IES), an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. IES is traded on the NASDAQ under the symbol IESC. IES Commercial & Industrial operates diverse business units across the United States, each focusing on distinct market segments and geographies, with some business units operating nationally. Safety is Priority One – and our record shows it.
Benefits: Exceptional benefits including 401(k) Retirement Plan with company discretionary match, flexible medical-dental-vision insurance, short-term/long-term disability insurance, basic life/AD&D insurance and highly competitive pay in addition to paid-time-off in the majority of business units.