Hundseth Power Line Construction (HPL) is a Saskatchewan-based, family-owned business, headquartered in Saskatoon, with additional site offices in Regina and Humboldt. For over 40 years, our vision is to be the benchmark contractor in the overhead and underground utilities industry, recognized for the integrity of our people, the ethics of our business practices, and our ability to innovate with leading-edge safety & quality practices.
HPL is a growth-oriented and forward-thinking private company, that works in ALL SEASONS. We are looking for team players who are committed to positivity and a driven work ethic, who strive to set the standard of excellence to our large host of clients across Saskatchewan.
We are currently seeking all levels of Power Line Technicians for our Saskatchewan operations, specifically Regina and area. Travel is required as services extend throughout the province.
Working in this trade is physically demanding. We offer a mentorship culture like no other, with competitive compensation and an extensive benefits and retirement plan.
- These positions perform a variety of assignments involved in all aspects of the installation, construction, troubleshooting, repairing, specialized testing, and maintenance of all overhead and underground distribution, transmission lines, switching stations, substations, communication networks, streetlight facilities, and infrastructure
- Operate a variety of hand and power tools and equipment including: backhoe, trencher, skid steer, directional bore machine, digger derrick trucks, all-terrain track machine, crawler dozers, bobcats, forklift and trackhoe.
- Follow all safety procedures on the job site and report violations immediately to foreman.
- Mandatory: A valid Journeyman or Apprentice Power Line Technician Trade card from the Saskatchewan Trades & Apprenticeship Commission or an Canadian Interprovincial Red seal certification.
- A valid Class 1A or Class 5 license (clear driving abstract) is required with a 1A preferred.
- Previous experience operating the following: backhoe, trencher, skid steer, hydroVAC, directional bore machine, digger derrick trucks, all-terrain track machine, crawler dozers, bobcats, forklift and trackhoe would be considered an asset.
- Ability to travel extensively across Saskatchewan.
- Ability to lift heavy tools and equipment over 50 pounds.
- High school diploma or equivalent.
- This position is considered a safety sensitive position; all new hires will be required to complete a pre-employment/pre-access medical test that includes a drug and alcohol screening, as well as hearing.
All Applicants are thanked for their interest. Only potential candidates will be contacted.
Please submit your cover letter indicating how your experience meets the job requirements and resume on our website (www.hundseth.ca) or via firstname.lastname@example.org.