The Bergaila Companies

Highline Utility Foreman

Posted Date 1 day ago(1/26/2023 5:17 PM)
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We are currently seeking a Highline Utility Foreman with Powerline / High Voltage Inspection experience for a long-term contract opportunity in the Kermit, TX area.  



Our Client is a global international energy exploration and production company and one of the largest oil producers in the United States.  Founded in 1920, our client’s technical expertise and proven ability to deliver lasting results are the hallmark of their international success.  While manufacturing the building blocks for life-enhancing products, our client utilizes leading edge technologies that grow their business and simultaneously help to advance a lower-carbon world.


The Utility Foremen will be mainly responsible for repairing, removing and installing power poles, towers and other support structures, anchors, guy wires, cross arms and overhead conductors, etc. on assigned electrical highline projects as well as Powerline Inspection


The Utility Foremen is also responsible for:


- Oversight of new construction and upgrades

- Coordinate with field engineers 

 - Installing, repairing, maintaining and/or splicing primary and secondary underground conductors

- Setting and removing electric meters

- Installing, repairing, replacing and/or removing overhead and underground transformers, capacitor banks, switches, boxes, connectors and/or other line apparatus

- Reading work orders, switching orders, circuit maps and/or note job changes on maps

- Driving and operating digger derricks, bucket trucks, forklifts and pole dollies; operating wire pullers and other associated highline equipment

- Performing other duties, as assigned 


- 10 years Powerline experience
- 2-5 years project management experience
- Familiar with OSHA 1926.1407-1411
- Proficient in Excel, word, outlook
- Substation construction
- Transmission construction


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