Volt Power Damage Assessor in Atlanta, Georgia
Work Location:Atlanta, Georgia
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VOLT Power, LLC, is a member of the PowerTeam Services family of Companies, and a leading provider of construction and maintenance services for electric transmission and distribution lines throughout the Southwest, Central South, Midwest, and Eastern United States. With a continued focus on our Mission Statement, VOLT Power, LLC continues our journey of being the preferred Utility Service Company for our customers.
The primary role of a Damage Assessor will be to work for electric utility providers to identify damaged distribution and transmission infrastructure and report the damage through client specific protocols. The Assessor will be responsible for identifying and following the following fields items:
The Damage Assessor will be competent at identifying primary and secondary electrical facilities. This will include primary and secondary conductors, broken poles, fuses, switches, reclosers, regulators, transformers, knowing the difference in telephone and cable TV wires, substation damage. Damage Assessor will also identify if tree crews are needed and any hazardous or unsafe work conditions on site. Identifying crew sizes, type, equipment needed for restoration efforts is a plus.
This position is subject to work in inclement weather and long hourly shifts.
Duties and Responsibilities:
The Damage Assessor must be capable of learning company’s technical restoration tools and using the tools during restoration. Must be capable of reading electrical utility maps, via electronic or hard copy, and recognizing types of equipment accurately.
The position can be shared with utilities and perform other duties for the requesting utility.
- The Damage Assessor will communicate with driver and utility company through written, oral and technology damage from the field. Damage Assessor will also share and train driver’s that have the aptitude to become damage assessors. Damage Assessor will follow Volt Safety, Ethics and HR Guidelines within the team.
- Must be able to lead 2-person team to accomplish damage assessment and reporting.
Electric Utility Knowledge
- Damage Assessor must have extensive knowledge of both electrical distribution and transmission systems
Education, Experience and license:
High School Diploma/ College Degree- can be offset with Electrical Utility Experience
Valid and clean Driver’s license