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Apprentice Linemen are in charge for building and maintaining electrical power systems. These beginner professionals handle the network from the power plant to the consumers’ homes and also work on street lights. Typical work activities mentioned on an Apprentice Lineman resume sample are setting towers, installing new wire and maintaining old one, applying insulation, trimming trees, and using a variety of tools. Based on our selection of example resumes, Apprentice Linemen should demonstrate the ability to operate vehicles, safety measures knowledge, communication skills, attention to details, and teamwork. Education requirements include enrollment in an apprenticeship program and on-the-job training.

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1

Lineman/apprentice Lineman

Responsible for the repair and maintenance of electrical power lines and transformers

  • Assist with the driving and operating of heavy machinery, including electric bucket trucks
  • Repair and restore power outages during adverse weather conditions
  • Contracted by other municipalities to restore power
  • Gained vast experience as an apprentice lineman in 2 years
  • Promoted to lineman after 2nd year
Candidate Info
10
years in
workforce
8
years
at this job
2

Apprentice Lineman 3rd Stage

Overhead line construction and maintenance work

  • Experience with both dead or energized electrical distribution
  • Qualified to work with both 4KV and 12KV voltage
  • Completed Ameren AC/DC certification class
  • Certified to work various crane, boom or basket trucks
  • Completed both 1st and 2nd Stage Apprentice programs
  • Class A CDL License
Candidate Info
28
years in
workforce
8
years
at this job
HS
High School Diploma
AAS
Occupational Therapy Assistant Program
3

Apprentice Lineman

Assisted Journeyman with installation, operation, maintenance and repair of overhead and underground electrical Distribution systems.

  • Assisted in the construction, operation, maintenance and repair of transmission and substation facilities.
  • Stocked vehicles for perpetration of all work others to be completed.
  • Assisted with service calls concerning power outages and electrical problems.
  • Received training in both book/classroom and on the job training.
  • Trained to operate motorized equipment, use hand tools, and perform routine maintenance on electrical equipment.
  • Followed all safety guidelines as part of training.
Candidate Info
5
years in
workforce
4
years
at this job
4

Apprentice Lineman

Maintains a good working knowledge of tools used in framing and changing out high voltage transmission poles

  • Drives and occasionally operates a line truck in the framing and replacing of wood transmission poles
  • Responsible for the safe operation, cleanliness and functionality of a line truck
  • Serves as a Groundman for multiple lineman at one time during large projects
  • Looks for what needs to be done and prioritizes tasks without being told to do so
Candidate Info
7
years in
workforce
4
months
at this job
HS
High School Diploma
5

Apprentice Lineman

Performed numerous activities during the summer months

  • Actively became a full time employee in May 2007
  • Performed hand line work, set and climbed poles
  • Generated material lists for new construction projects
Candidate Info
4
years in
workforce
4
years
at this job
HS
High School Diploma
AS
Applied Science
6

Apprentice Lineman

On a crew responsible for the construction of power lines, Experienced in wood, steel and concrete structure construction and installation

  • Experience sagging and clipping conductor, shield wire and OPGW
  • Familiarity with pneumatic tools
  • Knowledgeable of several types of wire stringing techniques
  • Proficient in climbing all types of structures, working well at heights
  • Experience in running each of the following equipment; Dozer, Backhoe, Skid Steer, Excavator, Rope Rig, Hard Line Puller, Tensioner, Line Truck and Crane
  • Experienced in driving each of the following; Line Truck, Bucket Truck, Dump Truck, Semi-Truck with Pole Trailer
Candidate Info
9
years in
workforce
3
years
at this job
7

Apprentice Lineman

Multitasked and took on many different roles to speed up productivity

  • Adapted to different kinds of people that taught me to handle many different situations
  • Took extra time to prepare for jobs beforehand to maximize time to complete projects
  • Worked excellent under stress due to environment and job requirements
  • Prioritized tasks so jobs could be entirely finished with complete accuracy
Candidate Info
8
years in
workforce
6
years
at this job
Medical Insurance
8

Apprentice Lineman

Responsible for operating digger, bucket, bobcat and rope puller as needed

  • Framed for 3 phase 4 wire and single phase wye system.
  • Responsible for setting poles with digger as well as assisting on the ground.
  • Responsible for laying up rope wire in bucket and off of hooks.
  • Responsible for operating rope puller with assistance and alone.
  • Responsible for clipping in wire in bucket and off of hooks.
Candidate Info
2
years in
workforce
1
year
at this job
9

Apprentice Lineman

Worked successfully with the utility company to get the job done right.

  • Build, rebuilt, and reck out distribution, and transmission lines.
  • Do hot pole change outs, set transformers for aerial, and underground
  • Frame and set poles, including H structures, and build platforms.
  • Use hot sticks, rubber gloves, and sleeves to perform tasks.
  • Started my first year books with the merchant program
Candidate Info
2
years in
workforce
6
months
at this job
10

Apprentice Lineman

  • Working on overhead and underground low-voltage lines; work on high-voltage only when grounded and proven dead.
  • Knowledgeable with the G.O.95/128, O.H. and U.G. construction standard, DDS, ESR, and APM.
  • Ascend and descend a pole structure to energize or de-energize new services, construct or disassemble material/hardware while on the pole.
  • Work in various weather conditions, under pressure, fatigue long extended hours.
  • Testing electrical equipment by operating various electrical meters i.e.g amp, volt, and ohm meters.
Candidate Info
7
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
Climbing School
Emergency Medical Technician

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