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journeyman lineman foreman resume example with 16+ years of experience

Jessica
Claire
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(555) 432-1000,
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Summary

Skilled Lead Lineman with 17 years of experience in line installation, repair and maintenance. Implements safe configurations to achieve and maintain functional lines. Careful technician bringing exceptional expertise to job sites.

Skills
  • Tool and Parts Inventory Oversight
  • Vendor Relations
  • Team Collaboration
  • Employee Safety Training
  • Tools and Equipment Maintenance
  • Safety Compliance
  • Employee Motivation
  • Dependable and Consistent
  • Vehicle and Equipment Operation
  • PPE Gear Requirements
  • OSHA Compliance
  • Documentation and Recordkeeping
  • Professional Communication
  • Adaptability and Flexibility
Education and Training
Cuesta College San Luis Obispo, CA Expected in 06/2001 Associate of Applied Science : Business - GPA :
Experience
Myr Group - Journeyman Lineman Foreman
Marshalltown, IA, 12/2021 - Current
  • Filled out work orders, repair logs and maintenance plans to document work completed.
  • Coached staff on strategies to enhance performance and improve customer relations.
  • Reviewed project blueprints and specifications to determine number of workers needed to complete jobs.
  • Provided leadership, insight and mentoring to newly hired employees to supply knowledge of various company programs.
  • Established and enforced clear safety policies to protect workers from injury.
  • Bolstered customer confidence by keeping installation information confidential and maintaining professional job site demeanor and correspondence.
  • Communicated with distributors to acquire necessary equipment for projects.
  • Trained and monitored employees to teach daily tasks and improve performance.
  • Oversaw workforce schedules and allocated resources in order to achieve project goals.
  • Prepared and planned worksites to help jobs run smoothly.
  • Maintained optimal supply levels to meet expected demands without overreaching budget targets.
  • Trained others with less experience and supported and participated in growth of co-workers and company.
  • Kept equipment in good operating condition by following operating instructions, troubleshooting breakdowns, performing preventive maintenance and informing management of needed repairs.
  • Strung wire conductors and cables between poles, towers, trenches, pylons and buildings, setting lines in place and using winches to adjust tension.
  • Operated bucket trucks, lashers, core machines and powered hand tools safely and efficiently.
  • Created work crew schedules and delegated assignments.
  • Maintained safety and high quality of workmanship by following company standards and procedures and complying with legal regulations.
  • Implemented onsite safety protocols and procedures and properly trained team members on prevention measures.
  • Prepared installations by analyzing staking sheets and job sites, gathering required materials and supplies and locating existing cables and other utilities.
  • Inspected completed work to assess quality and identify skill gaps.
  • Reported project progress, site problems and labor status to supervisors.
Myr Group - Journeyman Lineman
Menifee, CA, 06/2017 - 12/2021
  • Rebuilt transformers by dismantling, removing and assembling core components.
  • Attached transformers to poles and connected to power lines.
  • Climbed wooden poles, ladders and towers or used bucket trucks to reach power lines and complete work.
  • Replaced transmission poles and associated hardware with new equipment.
  • Troubleshot overhead distribution lines to restore power service.
  • Climbed poles to compare printed data on transformers with work orders and examine wires and auxiliary equipment on poles.
  • Maintained electric work tools and equipment.
  • Adhered to strict federal and corporate rules to promote overall safety of workers and members of public.
  • Worked quickly and safely to maintain and reconduct lines.
  • Assisted in various capacities during construction, repair and maintenance of electrical lines.
  • Assigned tasks to employees and monitored productivity, performance and task completion.
  • Worked with team to install cables, poles and transformers.
  • Opened switches or attached grounding devices to remove electrical hazards from disturbed or fallen lines.
  • Used computer based software to configure metering and protection devices.
  • Handled repair work for overhead and underground electrical power lines.
  • Installed electric watthour meters in pre-installed meter-connection boxes to connect service.
  • Performed work on both dead and energized lines of different voltages.
  • Shortened or lengthened wires by removing or adding wire and used different types of splices, connectors and clamps.
  • Tested conductors to identify corresponding conductors and prevent incorrect connections.
  • Compared layout and methods of installation to blueprints and sketches and marked differentiations on drawings.
  • Performed pre-installation procedures to attach cross-arms, insulators and auxiliary equipment to poles.
  • Identified site hazards and utilized safety and protective equipment to comply with safety rules.
  • Assessed power lines, poles and electrical equipment for wear and damage and reported deficiencies to appropriate supervisor.
  • Tested and inspected electric distribution equipment and wiring outside and within buildings to verify conformance of installation with construction and building code specifications.
  • Patrolled lines and reported defective equipment or unsafe conditions to supervisor for resolution.
  • Assessed job sites for cleanliness and organization and loaded trucks with materials at completion of shift.
  • Helped out by participating in extra shifts when emergencies or outages required additional assistance in adverse weather conditions.
  • Completed resagging on older or improperly installed lines.
  • Referred unresolved customer grievances to designated departments for further investigation.
Southern California Edison - Journeyman Lineman
City, STATE, 03/2006 - 06/2017
  • Rebuilt transformers by dismantling, removing and assembling core components.
  • Attached transformers to poles and connected to power lines.
  • Climbed wooden poles, ladders and towers or used bucket trucks to reach power lines and complete work.
  • Replaced transmission poles and associated hardware with new equipment.
  • Troubleshot overhead distribution lines to restore power service.
  • Climbed poles to compare printed data on transformers with work orders and examine wires and auxiliary equipment on poles.
  • Maintained electric work tools and equipment.
  • Adhered to strict federal and corporate rules to promote overall safety of workers and members of public.
  • Worked quickly and safely to maintain and reconduct lines.
  • Assisted in various capacities during construction, repair and maintenance of electrical lines.
  • Assigned tasks to employees and monitored productivity, performance and task completion.
  • Worked with team to install cables, poles and transformers.
  • Opened switches or attached grounding devices to remove electrical hazards from disturbed or fallen lines.
  • Used computer based software to configure metering and protection devices.
  • Handled repair work for overhead and underground electrical power lines.
  • Installed electric watthour meters in pre-installed meter-connection boxes to connect service.
  • Performed work on both dead and energized lines of different voltages.
  • Shortened or lengthened wires by removing or adding wire and used different types of splices, connectors and clamps.
  • Tested conductors to identify corresponding conductors and prevent incorrect connections.
  • Compared layout and methods of installation to blueprints and sketches and marked differentiations on drawings.
  • Performed pre-installation procedures to attach cross-arms, insulators and auxiliary equipment to poles.
  • Identified site hazards and utilized safety and protective equipment to comply with safety rules.
  • Assessed power lines, poles and electrical equipment for wear and damage and reported deficiencies to appropriate supervisor.
  • Tested and inspected electric distribution equipment and wiring outside and within buildings to verify conformance of installation with construction and building code specifications.
  • Patrolled lines and reported defective equipment or unsafe conditions to supervisor for resolution.
  • Assessed job sites for cleanliness and organization and loaded trucks with materials at completion of shift.
  • Helped out by participating in extra shifts when emergencies or outages required additional assistance in adverse weather conditions.
  • Completed resagging on older or improperly installed lines.
  • Referred unresolved customer grievances to designated departments for further investigation.

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Cuesta College

Job Titles Held:

  • Journeyman Lineman Foreman
  • Journeyman Lineman
  • Journeyman Lineman

Degrees

  • Associate of Applied Science

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