Alabama Power hires entry-level linemen internship at various locations around Alabama. Starting pay is approximately $18.71/hr.
This is a physically demanding position that requires heavy manual
labor. Extensive training is offered to provide employees knowledge/skills
required for advancement to Apprentice and Journeymen classifications. This
position assists in the construction and maintenance of Alabama Power
distribution lines. Experience in a physically demanding work environment, and
ability to work with all types of tools is desired.
Student currently enrolled or recent graduate of
2 year Technical Program or technical high school program (Note: Alabama High School with Utility Lineworker Curriculum)
Successfully qualify on the Construction and
Skilled Trades (CAST) Test.
2 years manual labor (farming, competitive
sports, firefighter, military service, etc.), construction, maintenance,
electrical or working on heavy equipment preferred
Individuals also must demonstrate the ability
and desire to work safely and display ethical behavior at all times.
Ability to perform physically demanding
activities while working outside in all weather conditions.
Job requires candidates to bend, kneel, crawl,
stoop and stand for long periods of time.
Operate power tools and various heavy duty
equipment such as chain saws, jackhammers, diggers, cranes, aerial devices,
pulling and tensioning equipment; as well as both small and large hand tools.
Shift: Day shift
Must be at least 18 years of age.
Possess a valid driver’s license.
Available to work overtime, call out, weekends
and holidays as required.
The University of Alabama is introducing a new scholarship called the Alabama Advantage Scholarship. This scholarship allows any student who qualifies for a full pale grant to attend the University of Alabama at no extra cost.
Other qualifications: – you must live in the State of Alabama – you must be admitted to the University of Alabama unconditionally before December 15
What: Construction camp featuring projects in carpentry, welding, pipefitting and electrical.
When: June 10th – June 14th
Where: Career Technical Educational Center 701 Hwy 70 Columbiana, AL 35051
Why: To learn about careers in construction and to work side-by-side with professional women while you complete your projects.
How: Complete the application. Your career coach will be at your school to to tell you more about the camp and to distribute applications. Applications can be picked up from your counselor. You can also click on the link below to print the application, complete and return to your counselor.
Job Fair – Chelsea Community Center Save-the-Date: May 7, 2019
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