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Career Opportunities

Journeyman Lineman

Candidates who have the required skills are invited to apply for the Journeyman Lineman position by filling out this application

Hancock-Wood Electric Cooperative is seeking a qualified individual to work on electric distribution lines as a full-time Journeyman Lineman on Kelleys Island. Individual must either currently be a Journeyman Lineman or have extensive electrical background. Successful applicant must live on or be willing to move to Kelleys Island, Ohio. Housing will be provided at reasonable rates. Competitive wages and benefit package. Please submit resumes to the address below. 

All applicants must be received by June 1, 2018.

 

 

Human Resource Department

Hancock-Wood Electric Cooperative Inc,

P.O. Box 190

North Baltimore, OH  45872 

hr@hwe.coop

 

 

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