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Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
  • Cell:
  • resumesample@example.com
Summary

Dependable, hard-working lineman with over 21 years of experience in line work and in trouble department.

Diligent and reliable lineman adept at overhead and underground line work. Possessing strengths in trouble work and lighting.

Skills
  • Strong work ethic
  • Solid independent worker
  • Team player
  • Computer literate
  • Timely project completion
  • Deadline driven
  • Consistent work history
  • Dependable independent worker
  • Underground and overhead distribution
  • Troubleshooting at component level
  • Electrical power line maintenance
  • Equipment maintenance
  • Parts ordering
  • Customer relations
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Flexible work schedule
  • Establishing goals and setting priorities
  • Pole setting
  • Crew assistance
  • Customer service experience
  • Emergency repairs
  • Troubleshooting
Experience
Journeyman Lineman, 07/2002 to 02/2007
EntergyIndianola, MS,
  • Replaced transmission poles and associated hardware with new equipment.
  • Completed resagging on older or improperly installed lines.
  • Performed work on both dead and energized lines of different voltages.
  • Worked quickly and safely to maintain and reconductor lines.
  • Planned work and determined appropriate tools and equipment.
  • Assessed power lines, poles and electrical equipment for wear and damage and reported deficiencies to the appropriate supervisor.
  • Reviewed project drawings to perform installation activities according to specifications.
  • Managed work with little supervision.
  • Handled repair work for overhead and underground electrical power lines.
  • Processed work orders and prioritized jobs.
  • Shortened or lengthened wires by removing or adding wire as needed and used different types of splices, connectors and clamps.
  • Observed safety instructions when using machinery and work tools to ensure proper operation.
  • Troubleshooted electrical and mechanical defects for residential, commercial and industrial sites.
  • Attached transformers to poles and connected to power lines.
  • Adhered to strict federal and corporate rules to help ensure the overall safety of all workers and members of the public.
  • Worked overtime, including evenings and weekends, to respond to emergencies and fix unsafe conditions.
  • Helped out by participating in extra shifts when emergencies or outages required additional assistance in adverse weather conditions.
  • Reviewed work orders and communicated with prior shift to assess work needs for day.
  • Ensured that job sites were properly cleaned up and loaded trucks with materials and tools at the end of each work day.
  • Kept supervisor informed of job progress and material requirements
  • Responsible for promoting safe and clean working environment.
Lead Lineman, 02/2007 to 04/2009
Otter Tail CorporationLakeville, MN,
  • Inspected electrical components to identify hazards, defects or potential repairs in compliance with codes.
  • Led teams and delegated tasks to install, maintain or repair electrical systems and wiring.
  • Performed troubleshooting and diagnosis on malfunctioning systems or components.
  • Identified and addressed hazards, defects and repair requirements through inspection of electrical equipment.
  • Performed electrical utility services for industrial based and new building projects.
  • Coordinated and executed installation of electrical wiring and fixtures according to job specifications and local codes.
  • Worked extensively on three-phase, 277/480 volt power distribution systems.
  • Allocated team members and materials to each project, promoting on-time completion.
  • Consistently worked to code on all projects, utilizing drawings and manuals.
  • Used test equipment and hand tools to locate root causes of electrical issues and establish repair plans.
  • Tested electrical systems and circuit continuity using ohmmeters, voltmeters or oscilloscopes.
  • Evaluated electrical systems, equipment and components to identify and resolve defects and safety risks.
  • Addressed and resolved worksite safety hazards to reduce risk.
Journeyman Lineman, 04/2009 to Current
EntergyJacksonville, AR,
  • Replaced transmission poles and associated hardware with new equipment.
  • Completed resagging on older or improperly installed lines.
  • Performed work on both dead and energized lines of different voltages.
  • Worked quickly and safely to maintain and reconductor lines.
  • Planned work and determined appropriate tools and equipment.
  • Assessed power lines, poles and electrical equipment for wear and damage and reported deficiencies to the appropriate supervisor.
  • Reviewed project drawings to perform installation activities according to specifications.
  • Managed work with little supervision.
  • Handled repair work for overhead and underground electrical power lines.
  • Processed work orders and prioritized jobs.
  • Shortened or lengthened wires by removing or adding wire as needed and used different types of splices, connectors and clamps.
  • Observed safety instructions when using machinery and work tools to ensure proper operation.
  • Troubleshooted electrical and mechanical defects for residential, commercial and industrial sites.
  • Attached transformers to poles and connected to power lines.
  • Adhered to strict federal and corporate rules to help ensure the overall safety of all workers and members of the public.
  • Worked overtime, including evenings and weekends, to respond to emergencies and fix unsafe conditions.
  • Helped out by participating in extra shifts when emergencies or outages required additional assistance in adverse weather conditions.
  • Reviewed work orders and communicated with prior shift to assess work needs for day.
  • Ensured that job sites were properly cleaned up and loaded trucks with materials and tools at the end of each work day.
  • Kept supervisor informed of job progress and material requirements
  • Responsible for promoting safe and clean working environment.
Education and Training
High School Diploma: , Expected in 05/1994
Lee County High School - Leesburg, GA
GPA:
: Residential And Commercial Wiring, Expected in
Albany Technical College - Albany, GA
GPA:

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School Attended
  • Lee County High School
  • Albany Technical College
Job Titles Held:
  • Journeyman Lineman
  • Lead Lineman
  • Journeyman Lineman
Degrees
  • High School Diploma
  • Some College (No Degree)