Portland General Electric Journeyman Meterman in Portland, Oregon
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Headquarters: Portland Operations Center
Rate of pay: $60.08/hour
Hours: Day Shift.
It is recognized that the Company is engaged in a public service requiring continuous operation, and it is agreed that recognition of such an obligation of continuous service is imposed upon both the Company and the Union.
DUTIES: (Essential Job Responsibilities)
• Work safely
• Install, test, repair and maintain all types, sizes and voltages of alternating current meters.
• Perform meter shop activities including operating all test equipment, refurbishing all alternating current meters, programming, software interface with electronic meters and meter database support.
• Maintain the meter stock.
• Wire up and install current, potential, and special metering jobs, and test and repair power and demand meters.
• Do distribution testing as needed, including investigating customers' complaints regarding voltage fluctuations, high bills etc. This will often require discussing the results of the investigation with the customer.
• Meet with customers and other members of the public and discuss matters such as meter accuracy and energy usage information.
• Perform all other duties as assigned. Will be required to live within reasonable distance of headquarters.
QUALIFICATIONS: (Knowledge/Skills/Experience Required)
• Journeyman meterman card required.
• Must possess and maintain a valid driving medical card.
• Driver's license required.
• Knowledge of safety regulations and OSHA required.
• Must be physically and mentally able to perform the job efficiently and safely.
• Must be able to get along well with customers and general public.
The position for which you are applying is covered under the Department of Transportation and Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration regulations as defined in 49 CFR Part 40 and 49 CFR Parts 380, 390 and 391 which became effective on October 29, 2004. If you have been employed by PGE for less than 3 years, once you submit your Bid, you will receive a Supplemental Application form. The information you provide on the form related to the names and addresses of your previous employers during the preceding 3 years, dates of employment, reasons for leaving employment, whether you were subject to FMCSA while employed, whether your job was designated as a safety sensitive function in any DOT mode, may be used and your previous employers may be contacted.
During the probationary period following reassignment to any job, at least two progress reports will be completed. These reports will be discussed with the employee by his/her immediate supervisor, and copies of each will be given to him/her.
$60.08 - $60.08
Starting pay is listed in the job posting above. Salary range determined by the current collective bargaining agreement and may include step increases based on time in the position.
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