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Right of Way (ROW) Groundman
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Job code: lhw-e0-90670870

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  Job posted:   Thu Jun 7, 2018
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Right of Way (ROW) Groundman
South Texas Electrical Co-op (STEC), a non-profit utility company headquartered in Nursery, TX is currently sourcing candidates for a Right of Way Groundman (ROW) for their headquarters location. The ROW Groundman will perform transmission line and substation vegetation management and general property maintenance. Inspect and document vegetation growth on transmission line rights-of-way. Install, repair or replace gates and fences. Operate hand tools, power tools and other equipment to clear brush and spray herbicide. Perform minor parts replacements and repairs to clearing equipment. Document maintenance and repairs of truck, trailer and clearing equipment. Maintain daily work log and promote good relations with land owners. Qualified candidates will have: High School Diploma or equivalent Valid Texas CDL Driver License (or able to acquire within 90 days of hire date) and acceptable MVR Typical duties include: Safely and efficiently operate and utilize tools and machinery in performance of vegetation management on transmission line rights-of-way Perform vegetation management on transmission line rights-of-way and substations in accordance with current Vegetation Management Program practices utilizing heavy machinery, clearing equipment and herbicides. Operate machinery to install, repair and replace gates, posts and fences. Operate hand tools, power tools, chain saws, herbicide spraying equipment and other equipment to clear brush and vegetation. Conduct Department of Transportation inspections on assigned equipment. Perform scheduled preventative maintenance on equipment and tools. Perform minor parts replacements and repairs on equipment and tools. Relocate machinery as needed and interface with landowners. Participate in tailgate, Cooperative and departmental safety meetings. Performs other duties, tasks and special projects as assigned. Working conditions: Lift and carry up to 50 pounds and pulls, pushes or drags up to 75 pounds with or without assistance. Sits, stands, stoops or twists for extended periods of time. Works both indoors and outdoors in extreme temperatures including heat, cold, humidity, temperature swings and inclement weather, frequent exposure to dust, odor, electrical, mechanical, loud noise, exhaust, petroleum products, wild life and other toxic hazards. Operates hand tools, heavy equipment, Department of Transportation regulated trucks, light trucks, power tools and other equipment. Wears company-provided Personal Protective Equipment. 20/20 corrected vision is required to perform visual inspection of small defects, small parts and operation of measurement devices and assembly of fabricated parts. Ability to travel to and from business-related locations. May be required to work on call, after hours, weekends and holidays and respond timely to urgent or emergency situations. The above description covers the principal duties and responsibilities of the job. The description shall not, however, be construed as a complete listing of all miscellaneous, incidental or similar duties which may be required from day-to-day. The candidate selected for employment will be required to submit to a criminal background check, education verification and drug test. Interested candidates should submit their resume and completed application, with salary requirements, to or contact us directly at (361)485-6167 with any questions. EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER M/F/D/V

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