Looking for an experienced Lineman/Safety Training professional within the electric utility industry that has a passion to teach, instill, and emphasize the importance of safety and quality in the workplace. This position is responsible for administering and delivering best-in-class instruction for electrical and general safety training to both existing and new employees.
This position will be located within regional territories that coincides with the company's business needs. Extended travel to additional territories may at times be necessary.
The primary functions for the qualified candidate includes, but is not limited to the following:
• Assist and advise in the creation and delivery of technical training content, and other developed material through collaboration with internal and external resources.
• Coordinate apprenticeship program, and continued education training sessions with operational leadership.
• Conduct evaluations of employee performance and assist with remedial training.
• CDL for at least 2 years, in good standing and able to obtain certified CDL instructor rating.
• Deliver best-in-class training, utilizing an array of delivery methods.
• Instruct OSHA ET&D 10 & 20 hour courses.
• Instruct CPR/ First Aid Training.
• Possess Industry knowledge with a proficiency in adult learning.
• Identify best workplace practices with the overall goal to eliminate hazards, increase safety awareness and develop safe work habits consistent with company goals.
• The ideal candidate will hold recognized safety credentials. Although the candidate will maintain a primary objective of training, that objective must align with a measurable outcome within the safety culture and demonstrate alignment with company goals.
The secondary functions for the qualified candidate includes, but is not limited to the following:
• Periodically function as a safety representative when required, such as during storm response or support other absences.
• Perform safety observations in the field.
• Identify performance gaps in work process and safety procedures.
• Identify good catches and near misses.
• Assist in building a safety culture that embodies openness and continual improvement Ideal