Meter Service Representative - Military veterans preferred

2019-01-11
National Grid (https:\\careers.nationalgridus.com)
Other

/yr

  full-time   employee


South Yarmouth
Massachusetts
United States

Job ID 1030
Location South Yarmouth, Massachusetts
Organization Metering Services
Department CMS NE RI AND WEST

About us
At National Grid, employees get to enjoy all the benefits of working at a large, multinational company that's on the cutting edge of innovation. In addition to a broad range of medical and dental coverage options, employees can take part in 401(k) plans, tuition reimbursement, pretax accounts for health and dependent care, and much more. They also get to work at a company whose hallmarks include safety, camaraderie, ethical behavior, and respect for others. As a Meter Service Representative in the Customer Meter Services Department for National Grid, you will experience the personal challenge of working for a world class organization and leader in the Utilities and Energy Industry. This entry-level position can be your foot in the door to all the great opportunities National Grid has to offer.
Job Purpose
About the Position:
Location: South Yarmouth
Pay: $ 18.93

Duties as Follows:
All meter reading (Pedestrian, AMR, soft off & on).
Physical offs.
ERT changes.
Leak Survey and Leak Surveillance (including leak classification).
Field collections.
Wires down standby.
Assist on two-person assignments as needed.
Qualifications
Job Qualifications:
Must have a high school education or the equivalent.
Must have good mechanical aptitude and ability, high degree of dependability, and capable of exercising good judgement.
Must pass Company physical and qualifying tests.
Must have Massachusetts Driver’s License and be in good physical condition.
Must be an approved driver of Company trucks.
More Information
This position is a covered classification under D.O.T. Anti-Drug-Alcohol program regulations and candidates are required to pass a drug test.
Please be advised that due to the nature of this position, incumbents are subject to US Department of Transportation ( "DOT") safety regulations.