Line Apprentice I, II, III or Journeyman

City of Monroe   Monroe, NC   Full-time     Construction / Physical Labor / Skilled Trades
Posted on February 9, 2024
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City of Monroe - Line Apprentice I, II, III or Journeyman - Assisting in the construction and maintenance of electric distribution systems and related facilities.   Some knowledge of electric line construction and maintenance and the hazards encountered; ability and willingness to learn to set poles, string wire, and perform related work; strength to perform manual work and physical stamina to withstand working under adverse weather conditions; ability to climb poles. Works outside normal hours in emergencies and performs on-call duties.

Salary range $41,891 to $103,002 annually. 

For more information or to apply go to the City of Monroe’s website online at www.monroenc.org and select the Employment Opportunities link. 

EOE/Drug Free.

 

The city of Monroe is a vibrant and progressive city that serves as the hub of retail, government, culture, and industry in Union County.

From the large Historic District complete with stately homes and a newly revitalized downtown to its industrial core attracting businesses from across the globe to the ever-growing retail marketplace, Monroe has something to offer to all.

The downtown area is currently in the throes of a revitalization plan that has been spearheaded by city leaders. The plan is geared to increase traffic to downtown businesses as well as to show off the charm of the tree-lined streets and make the downtown area a destination for families. Several activities like live music, antique car cruise-ins, outdoor movies, to name just a few, are held throughout the year. The downtown at times also finds itself the center of attention as film crews use the backdrop of the Historic Union County Courthouse and charm of Main Street in major motion pictures.
       
Monroe continues to grow its industrial base in the Monroe Corporate Center, strategically located adjacent to the Charlotte-Monroe Executive Airport and South Piedmont Community College. The Corporate Center plays home to several international and local companies and has room for continued development. Monroe is known for its aerospace industry cluster. The recent growth of this business segment goes hand in hand with the growth at airport. The 6,000-square-foot terminal overlooks a runway that has been recently expanded to 7,000 feet to attract businesses that will land and store their private jets in Monroe.
     
Other retail development along U.S. 74 includes large national retailers as well as small family-owned businesses. This development has occurred at a steady pace, giving residents shopping options that will keep them close to home. South Piedmont Community College strengthens the city’s economic and educational future. SPCC has a campus on Old Charlotte Highway and offers numerous degree programs along with continuing education, college transfer, basic skills, and workforce trainng.
Monroe is also home to Carolinas Medical Center-Union, Novant Health Medical Plaza, and several medical offices and specialists to provide the highest level of medical care available.
       
Regarding recreation, Monroe is home to the Monroe Aquatics and Fitness Center, a state-of-the-art facility complete with workout area, basketball courts, indoor swimming pool, and an outdoor water park. The city of Monroe also operates Monroe Country Club, a municipal golf course that is truly a delight to play.