Work includes responsibility for participating in the work of journeypersons, apprentices, and laborers engaged in the installation, repair and maintenance of electrical systems. Work requires the application and knowledge of journeyperson skills in the installation, repair, and maintenance, associated activities, etc. of various electrical systems. Employees in this class exercises considerable initiative, determination, and understand the sense of urgency and mission with performing their assigned tasks. Employees in this class are expected to be able to perform tasks of a journeyperson level and comply with work schedules which will be established by the Company or the Customer.
- Layout and install conduit with minimal direction and supervision.
- Set up and install wire as part of a crew and individually.
- Recommends material and equipment that will be required to complete assigned tasks.
- Understands the proper use of tools, equipment, and PPE for assigned tasks.
- Understands how to apply Local and National Electrical Codes to the assigned tasks.
- Knowledge of approved methods, materials, tools, and equipment required to complete assigned projects.
- Knowledge of the principals and theory of electrical motor control circuits, ladder relay logic, process control instrumentation, electrical distribution systems, etc.
- Knowledge of City, State and National Electrical Codes.
- Knowledge of the occupational hazards and proper safety precautions required for completing assigned projects.
- Some knowledge of First aid and CPR (training provided).
- Understanding and implementing the NFPA 70E in everyday situations (training provided).
- Ability to install electrical systems to customer specifications.
- Skills in the use of tools, materials, equipment required in the electrical trades.
- Ability to layout and install conduit with minimal direction and supervision.
- Ability to set up and install wire as part of a crew and individually.
- Ability to follow written and oral direction.
- Ability to interpret blue prints, schematics, sketches, and diagrams.
- Ability to travel on an occasional basis as needed.
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with their peers, management, and customers.
- Ability to establish and maintain working relationships with other Divisions and contractors.
Description of workplace:
- Varies, depending on job and customer
- Environmental conditions:
- Varies, depending on site conditions
Equipment associated with the above-described tasks, such as benders, channel-locks, hammer drill, wrenches, screw drivers, band-saw, levels, measuring gauges and meters, and so forth
Hours worked daily: 8 hours (Overtime as needed)
Job duties include but are not limited to:
- Visit Customers, Potential Customers
- Comprehension of the National Electrical Code
- Look at projects or potential projects
- Assist in Develop estimates
- Write accurate detailed quotes
- Ability to make rational decisions
- Assist in helping the electrical division grow to be a more profitable, preferred contractor
- Ability to lead foreman/working foreman to complete projects with all details addressed.
- Good working knowledge of all materials needed
- Order material
- Work simultaneously with electrical division manager