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Employment Type:
Full time
Posted:
10/13/2018
Job Category:
Technician
Journeyman Lineman
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Job Description

Journeyman Lineman

Indiana Municipal Power Agency, a wholesale electric generating and transmission company located in Carmel, Indiana is looking for a qualified Journeyman Lineman to fill a position in northwest Indiana.

This position will be responsible for the proper installation, operation and maintenance of the electric transmission and distribution system for various IMPA municipal members. A thorough knowledge of power line construction, maintenance and substations is required for this position. The successful applicant must live within miles of Indiana. This position will include response to emergency system outages after normal work hours.

Journeyman Lineman Certification and Class A CDL are required. This position requires a high awareness of safety standards and compliance with all company safety rules. IMPA offers an excellent benefits package including family health, dental and vision insurance, 401(k) plan, tuition reimbursement, and a competitive salary.


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About Indiana Municipal Power Agency

IMPA is the not-for-profit wholesale power provider to 40 cities and towns across Indiana, serving approximately 170,000 households, businesses and industries throughout the state. Utilizing a portfolio approach, the agency supplies a low-cost, reliable and environmentally responsible power supply to members through a combination of generation, long-term contracts and short-term power purchases. IMPA and its members own 811 MW of generation and are currently participating in the development of an additional 300 MW of coal-fired generation in Trimble County Station Unit #2 and Prairie State Generation projects. During 2005, the agency reached a peak demand of 1,126 MW.