Utility Tree Worker
Utility Tree Worker
Closes on: 2020-02-29
Utility Tree Workers help implement the brushing policies set forth by EQUS by removing trees or portions of trees near power lines. Utility Tree Workers complete day-to-day work as assigned by the Vegetation Work Leader, while providing assistance to the Utility Tree Trimmer and the Vegetation Team.
• Assist Utility Tree Trimmer with vegetation removal
• Ensure safe limits of approach and maintain right-of-way access by eliminating problem vegetation growing along high voltage power lines
• Assist in obtaining landowner consents
• Verify contractors’ completed work
• Assist work leader with preparation of tender packages for contractors
• Assisting in dealing with member concerns
• Other duties as required
Review and approval of work
• This position reports to the Vegetation Work Leader
• Valid class 5 driver’s license with a clean driver’s abstract and Q air endorsement
• Good communication skills
• General computer literacy
Education and Experience
• Certified Utility Tree Worker registered with the Professional Vegetation Managers Association
• Crew experience on tree control crews
• Previous vegetation experience
EQUS strives to attract and retain highly skilled talent and expertise vital to our organization’s success. We offer competitive wages, a comprehensive benefits package, and excellent opportunities for development and growth.
Power up your career by joining the EQUS team!
EQUS would like to thank you in advance for your resume. It will be kept on file for six months from the date you submit it. EQUS REA LTD. (EQUS) collects only that personal information about job applicants that is needed to determine suitability for employment. The information will be used only for the purpose of evaluating that suitability. EQUS will not distribute your information to anyone else. After 6 months your application, and any personal information collected about you during the verification process will be destroyed.
Apply at: https://www.equs.ca/media/2117/2019-utt.pdf