A career at Northwest Lineman College is far from ordinary. For over twenty years, NLC has worked to provide their employees with a rewarding, professional environment that fosters growth and opportunity. As a leading and dynamic educational institution, those opportunities continue to grow. The result is a fast-paced, ever changing, exciting workplace with a sincere focus on the Northwest Lineman College Core Values: Passion, Integrity, and Excellence. In addition to competitive pay, a generous benefits package, a commitment to employee growth and education, and a well above standard 401K plan, Northwest Lineman College offers a flexible work environment—so flexible, in fact, they have received the Sloan Award for Workplace Flexibility every year since 2012.
Who We Are
We work together to ensure our students receive the very best educational experience from the pre-apprentice level to apprentice and journeyman training.
What is life like as a Maroon?
Learn more about how Training Specialists at Northwest Lineman College make a significant contribution to the industry while enjoying a fantastic new chapter in their careers.
Life as a California Campus Maroon
See how Maroons at our California Campus work and play.
- Comprehensive Benefits Package
- Flexible Spending Accounts
- Life Insurance
- Short-Term Disability Insurance
- 401(k) Plan
- Wellness Program
- Warehouse Club Membership
- Tuition Reimbursement
- Clothing Allowance
- Employee Recognition
- Rigorous Hiring Process
Comprehensive Benefits Package. NLC offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes medical insurance, dental insurance, and optional vision insurance. NLC pays a large portion of the premiums, and also buys down the deductible so that each enrolled participant is only responsible for the first $500. Employees are eligible to enroll on the first of the month following their first 30 days of employment.
WINNER of WHEN WORK WORKS AWARD
2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
“Effective workplaces recognize that employees are an organization’s greatest resource and make a critical difference in the organization’s ability to not merely survive, but to thrive. To be truly effective, a workplace—its design, practices and policies—must benefit both the organization and its employees.” http://www.whenworkworks.org