Light Rail Overhead Contact Systems Linepersons help ensure that light rail transit systems are working correctly. They are responsible for building and maintaining lighting systems, electrical track switch systems, contact conduct systems, and aerial feeder systems. This could mean working with any of the parts or equipment involved in the creation and maintenance of a light rail system, including conductors, switches, transducers, air compressors, track gauges, hydraulic presses, voltmeters, ammeters, puller-tensioner machines, and hoisting equipment.
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Apprentice wage increases with skills and expertise. Fully qualified workers earn an average of $15.00-$30.00 per hour.
Light Rail Overhead Contact Systems Lineperson (270S)
|Do you have good manual dexterity, an eye for detail, and enjoy working with your hands?
|Are you able to work indoors and outdoors? Are you comfortable working at all heights?
|Can you lift 50lbs comfortably?
|Are you able to follow Health & Safety guidelines?
|Do you have good communication skills?
|Are you reliable, a self-starter and able to work with minimal supervision?
|Are you interested in travelling for work?
If you checked YES to the majority of these questions, a career as a Light Rail Overhead Contact Systems Lineperson may be for you!
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