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Competition #: NLH-CF-24-033
Status: Temporary
Location: Churchill Falls

Responsibilities:
In this role you will lay out, assemble, install, repair, maintain, connect and test electrical fixtures, apparatus, control equipment and wiring in residential and commercial buildings. Install services, switches, panels, and related equipment, bend and install conduit, repair appliances and all other duties as assigned. You will be responsible for personal safety and that of co-workers by observing and promoting the Corporation’s Safety and Health Program. You will also be responsible for any environmental aspects of the job and performing work in an environmentally responsible manner.

Job Requirements:
Journeyperson Certificate as a Construction or Industrial Electrician with at least one (1) year experience in electrical construction following certification. Shall have a thorough knowledge of all trade related safety and operating regulations. Must possess, at a minimum, a valid class 5 driver’s licence.

CLOSING DATE: March 8, 2024

Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro manages our province’s electricity system. We are a company of people who work hard behind the scenes because we know our customers are counting on us. Through our generation, transmission and distribution operations, we’re committed to meeting the needs of our customers and providing residents, businesses and communities across the province with safe, reliable power. For more information, visit www.nlhydro.com.

Newfoundland & Labrador Hydro Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro is the primary supplier of electricity in the province. The company has an installed generating capacity of 1,626 megawatts.

To apply, please go to the intranet site (the GRID):
– Select Vacancies from the Careers link at the top of the page.
– Click on the job posting you are interested in.
– Click the Apply button at the top of the page.
– Complete the internal application form for this competition.

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