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Lineworkers are involved in the construction of overhead and underground power distribution systems. Learn construction and maintenance activities associated with power distribution systems and work with equipment involved in the process.
SalaryEstimated $45,000 - $90,000
Electrical substations are the connection between parts of the distribution grid and transmission systems. These facilities use transformers to step down the voltage in the transmission lines to one that is suitable for the distribution grid.
This department provides construction & maintenance services for the Network Underground Electrical Systems located in Metro Atlanta, Augusta, Savannah, Macon, Columbus, Athens, Valdosta and other spot Network Systems throughout Georgia.
The Auxiliary Equipment Operator (AEO) position is an entry-level position in the Power Plant Operations department responsible for continuous inspection, monitoring, and troubleshooting of industrial-type plant equipment.
As a Georgia Power Engineering Representative, you will be involved in service design, estimating, and coordinating construction for multiple overhead and underground residential, new business and other construction projects.
SalaryEstimated $50,000 - $65,000
“You gain confidence and knowledge by doing different types of work.”
Georgia Power Lineworker