BUILD YOUR CAREER WITH ILB
International Line Builders is looking for motivated, hard-working individuals who want to contribute to infrastructure growth and development throughout the West.
We are proud to employ highly skilled, expertly trained electrical professionals through the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers.
All our field staff members belong to local labor unions, including IBEW 125, Local 77, Local 291 in Oregon, Washington and Idaho, and California Locals 11, 1184, 1245, 40, 441.
Are you interested in becoming a lineworker? If you’re new to the trade, you’ll start out as an apprentice. Apprentice lineworkers generally need at least a high school diploma or equivalent and a driver’s license. For more information, find a Joint Apprentice Training Center, or JATC, in your area. JATCs are responsible for training lineworkers employed by local unions.
As a JATC apprentice, you’ll learn to build, repair and maintain powerlines and overhead structures. Apprentices receive paid, on-the-job training and pay increases with each step of the program. Upon completion, journeyman lineworkers have skills they can use to work in markets across the country.
in the office
In addition to field staff, we employ a variety of professionals in our offices, including accountants, IT specialists, human resources generalists, project managers, safety professionals and more. Search and apply for office openings on our jobs website.
- Paid training and education
- Paid time off and holidays
- Paid overtime
- Union scale pay rates
- Health benefits
*Benefits offered to employees are subject to benefit eligibility criteria.
ILB is an equal opportunity employer.
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Our staffing activities are automated through the corporate employment portal called jobs.mdu.com. On your first visit to the jobs site, you will need to set up your user profile. You will then be able to log in quickly on future visits, save job applications that you have started, save applications you have submitted and keep your personal contact information up to date. If you have questions or need assistance, contact us.