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INTRO RECRUITMENT SOLUTIONS - MELBOURNE, VIC
We are looking for 20 x Transmission Linesman to start ASAP in VIC - NSW & TAS - must have a Cert 3 Transmission ticket Intro Recruitment is currently working with a major ... electrical infrastructure company who is looking for experienced Cert 3 - Transmission Linesman for major projects in VIC - TAS & NSW. These projects are starting May 2019 ...
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INTRO RECRUITMENT SOLUTIONS - SYDNEY, NSW
We are looking for 10 x Cert 3 Transmission Linesman for NSW projects. Great Hourly Rates Penalties & LAHA provided. Intro Recruitment is currently working with a major ... electrical infrastructure company who is looking for experienced Cert 3 Transmission Linesman to work across the NSW state. This work is kicking off late June. You must have a Cert 3 ...
ATOM RESOURCES PTY LTD - NEWCASTLE, NSW, 2300
... with Cable joiners, electrical linesman etc.) Must be able to listen, take instructions & complete the job at hand Own transport to get to site via public transport References available ...$27 HOUR + SUPER
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A linesman, also known as a lineman or lineworker, is a type of electrical worker who maintains and builds electric powerlines and the surrounding equipment. It is a skilled, outdoor trade requiring training and licensing (see 'Qualifications', below) as you will be working with high voltages, meaning that there is a risk of electric shock. As a skilled trade, there is the potential for self-employment, or you may work full-time for a company, depending on what you want to do. However, whatever career path you take, you will be performing similar kinds of work.
There is a fair amount of specialised equipment, as not only will you need various safety gear to protect you from the risk of electric shock, you will also mainly be working high up, requiring a whole other set of gear. Don't let the risks put you off, though: Training is extensive and repeatedly covers all aspects of safety so, as long as you follow the correct procedures, you should be fine.
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