Work With Brink
Why work with Brink Constructors, Inc.? Consider this:
- The safety of our people is our #1 priority. Our EMR is excellent, year after year.
- Many of our employees have enjoyed long-term careers 20 – 30 years in length.
- We use only high-quality, well-maintained equipment.
- We encourage and support employee development with ongoing training.
- We maintain a financially sound, stable, and viable enterprise.
- We are an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital, or veteran status.
Click on any of the red boxes below to submit an application online.
Brink Constructors is hiring now for the following positions:
We are currently looking for apprentice lineman to work at our various job sites throughout the Western United States. Travel and relocation is a requirement. CDL Class A required.
Please read full job description here: Apprentice LinemanComplete Online Application
We are looking for Department of Labor certified Journeyman to join our team. This is a traveling position and is a requirement. CDL Class A is also a requirement.
Please read full job description here: Journeyman LinemanComplete Online Application
Other On-Going Positions
Brink lineman and apprentice lineman responsibilities include (but are not limited to): knowing and applying safety procedures; understanding electricity and proper grounding; climbing poles and using aerial platforms (bucket trucks & helicopters); assembling and erecting steel poles and towers; framing, erecting, and guying wood poles; installing insulators and materials; stringing, splicing, deadending, and clipping conductors, installing traveler blocks; and performing any work required of groundmen or operators.
*Apprentice will be trained to operate most equipmentComplete Online Application
**Note that you must complete a Department of Labor apprenticeship program to be a Journeyman Lineman.
Brink groundmen are responsible for assisting linemen and operators with materials and tools required for construction. They follow safety procedures, work with hand tools, and prepare trucks with material and tools for the day's work.Complete Online Application
Brink operators are responsible for effectively and safely operating and performing daily maintenance on heavy equipment. This may include (but is not limited to) cranes, bucket trucks, diggers, trenchers, skid steers, and wire pullers.Complete Online Application
This position assists to prepare a site for all substation construction and implement construction of all substation structures. Performs functions to install, inspect, test, repair and maintain electrical equipment in substations and other smart grid equipment on the power grid. Responsibilities
include, but are not limited to, Knowledge and application of safety procedures to steel erection, including rigging and equipment operation; Installing high voltage bus work, both tube and wire bus; 600v power and control cable wiring; Wiring control panels, instruments, relays, and battery systems; Filling transformer oil and testing/repairing existing transformers; Installing general HV Electrical Equipment; Installing PVC and GRC conduit; and installing ground grid. Must be able to manage and operate construction equipment and power hand tools. Prefer a degree or certificate in substation technology or power line construction and maintenance along with a current CDL. Must be willing to travel to different work locations.
Complete Online Application
If you wish to download and mail an application instead of submitting your information online, please download our printable application.
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