As an NLC instructor (we call them Training Specialists), you will deliver both classroom and field training on a variety of subjects, using curriculum specially developed by NLC. NLC prepares you to deliver this instruction through in-depth training on educational principles and industry standards. Once this initial preparation is complete, additional training assignments on and off site will be available. Your students will include pre-apprentices, apprentices, journey-level lineworkers, and crew leaders from across the nation—sometimes across the world!
Journeyman lineman (certificate of completion of formalized apprenticeship program required)
Passion for training
Knowledge of regulations that apply to electrical linework (OSHA, NESC, etc.)
Excellent communicator who knows how to select the right tone and medium for the message
Proficient use of computers
Willingness to travel up to 30%+
CDL or ability to obtain is not required, but desirable
High level of integrity, honesty, and professionalism
Ability to climb and work in elevated positions up to 95’
Ability to stand or sit for extended periods of time, to bend and reach and to move or carry items weighing up to 65 lbs
Ability to utilize personal fall arrest and positioning device systems within OSHA regulations and manufacturer’s recommendations (combined tool and body weight not to exceed 310 lbs, standard tool weight estimated at 45 lbs, body weight at or under 265 lbs.)
3 openings. Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Additional Salary Information: Salary at foreman level wages plus receive a $10,000 sign-on bonus,
12-months paid housing and an outstanding benefits package. Additional pay incentives with delivery of specialized training.
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