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Underground Laborer Job In Reno, Nevada, Prince Telecom

Published 2022-06-24
Expires 2022-07-24
ID #1058088012
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Underground Laborer Job In Reno, Nevada, Prince Telecom
United States, Nevada, Reno,
Published June 24, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Underground laborer


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Overview:

Prince Telecom, a national leader in the telecommunications field, has an opening for a Underground Laborer in the Reno, NV area. We offer growth potential, PAID training and competitive benefits for qualified applicants. Overview: Underground laborers and linemen are an integral part of the construction process. They use heavy equipment in order to place conduit, cables, and poles. This position will require travel, and will cover the Reno area.



Qualifications:

Overview:



Underground laborers and linemen are an integral part of the construction process. They use heavy equipment in order to place conduit, cables, and poles. This position will require travel, and will cover the Reno area.



 



Responsibilities:



Operate backhoe/plow/trencher



Service equipment



Load materials



Transport equipment (if CDL driver)



Dig ditches



Lay conduit



Place cable



Place poles



Qualifications:



Previous experience operating backhoe/plow/trencher



One to three years utility construction experience preferred



Knowledge to operate heavy equipment, such as backhoe/plow/trencher



Must be able to follow instructions and directions. Basic mathematical skills required.



Class D Drivers License



CDL Class A License Preferred



Physical Requirements:



Overhead lifting, climbing & carrying ladders with a weight of up to 80 lbs



Working 3- feet above ground level



Working in enclosed space



Working in inclement weather



Walking and climbing, kneeling and crouching



Physical Demands:



The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  May require walking on an unlevel surface for periodic periods throughout the day. Reaching above shoulder heights, below the waist, bending, stooping, climbing, and standing for long periods of time required.  Proper lifting techniques required.  May include lifting up to 75 lbs.



The performance of this position may require exposure to areas where the use of personal protective equipment such as hard hats, vests, safety shoes, and safety glasses will be required.  Exposure to extreme temperatures (hot and cold) for extended periods of time.  Work performed near roadways, electrical lines, heavy equipment and uncontrolled vehicles.



 



Applicants are required to pass all company drug testing, submit to a background check and adhere to all OSHA, state, city/municipality safety requirements and training provided by the company as required.



 



Benefits and Company Summary:

Benefits Include:



Competitive Pay



Health Insurance: Medical, Dental, Vision and Prescription Plans



Flexible Spending Accounts



Retirement Savings Plan (401K) with company matching



Stock Purchase Plan



Short- & Long-Term Disability



Supplemental Life and AD&D Insurance



Paid Holidays and Vacation (PTO)



Tuition reimbursement for specific programs



EEO:

Our Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any kind including, based on disability and protected veteran status. The Company's policy is not to discriminate against any applicant or employee based on race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, religion, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or any other basis protected by applicable federal, state, or local laws.



 



The Company also prohibits harassment of applicants or employees based on any of these protected categories. It is also the Company's policy to comply with all applicable state and federal laws respecting consideration of unemployment status in making hiring decisions. Please visit the following URL to view the EEO is the Law poster and the Supplement. ()



 



The Company also does not consider criminal convictions to be an absolute bar to employment and will consider qualified applicants with criminal histories.



 



Applicants applying for positions in Illinois are not required to disclose arrests or sealed or expunged records of convictions.



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    Registered on October 7, 2017

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