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Journeyman Substation Technician
Campaign Opens: Tuesday, August 1, 2017
Campaign Closes: Until Filled
Hourly Range: $39.85 - $41.95
Job Purpose: The Journeyman Substation Technician performs operation, repair, installation, testing and routine maintenance of high voltage substations including batteries, chargers, protection relays, motorized and non-motorized switches, pad mount and overhead voltage regulators, reactors, capacitors and fiber optic communication. This position will test and perform periodic maintenance and repair of substation oil-circuit reclosers, power transformers and install, operate and maintain SCADA equipment and associated devices. This position will work with other technicians and departments.
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Trico Electric Cooperative, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer
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- Employee Assistance Program
- Wellness Program
- Fitness Center
- On-Site Biometric Screenings
- On-Site Flu Shots
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- Life Insurance
- Long-term Disability
- Business Travel Insurance
- Supplemental Insurances
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- Sick Leave
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- Training Opportunities
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