Journeyman Lineman seeking work


In my fifteen years in the trade as a linesman, I've worked hard to hone all aspects of my craft. From stringing wire in the British Columbia mountains, to repairing down wires after an ice storm on the East Coast of Newfoundland. I've done High Voltage switching in substations and Live Line work up to 25 Kva in a bucket. I feel confident that I would prove to be a asset to your company if given a chance. I pride myself on being efficient, competent and above all else; safe. As a Canadian who currently resides in the U.S, I am no stranger to travel and I would openly welcome a opportunity to open my travel horizons abroad.

Serial No: 193105
Skills keywords: construction, electrical maintenance, good communication skills, quick learner, team worker

List Of Qualifications & Related Skills:

Journeyman Lineman for the last 10 years, with 15 years in the trade total.
Transmission work stinging wires and installing dead ends.
Climbing towers and quality control work
Distribution utility work for 9 years
Some underground work with terminations and riser structures

Previous Employment Details:

Valard Construction for the last 3 months doing live wire changeouts and upgrades (journeyman lineman)
Newfoundland Light and Power for 9.5 years doing Utility work, distribution and transmission (Journeyman Lineman Lead Hand)
Before that I did my apprenticeship in Alberta with McGreggor Construction for 4 years.

Interests & Hobbies:

Family life is important to me
Love the outdoors and camping.
Fishing and hunting are a interest of mine
Enjoy relaxing and playing PC games on the laptop while away from home working
Reading novels and listening to music

Current location:  South Carolina, United States - View on map
Nationality: Canadian
Spoken languages: english