The Electrical Foreman is responsible for overseeing daily operations at a worksite to ensure the completion of projects in a safe and efficient manner. Duties include managing trade professionals to perform specific tasks and monitoring budget and expenses for staff, supplies, and tools. The Electrical Foreman is expected to direct, supervise, and troubleshoot routine issues that occur on the job, ensure all safety rules are followed, and develop work schedules based on employee and contractor availability.
Read blueprints and specifications to determine the scope of work: locations, quantities, and sizes of materials required.
Identify all tools required for tasks.
Identify safety risks and the precautions required to eliminate those risks.
Lead crew in daily safe operations.
Manage workloads, supplies, equipment, and reporting.
Cut, bend, and run conduit as specified on blueprints.
Install, modify, and fabricate cable trays as necessary according to specifications.
Assemble and install electrical equipment.
Terminate wires and cables to electrical equipment including but not limited to breakers, control panels, and distribution systems.
Test electrical components for continuity and proper voltage readings according to specifications.
Inspect electrical equipment and components to identify hazards and to ensure the equipment is in good operational condition.
Set up and maintain temporary power systems.
Install and maintain grounding systems for all equipment and structures.
Supervise, coordinate, and schedule the activities of workers.
Electricians: must have an Electrical License.
Apprentices: electrical license is not required.
Valid Driver’s license.
Must possess the ability to work with hand tools.
Must be a detail-oriented, self-starter, and able to work with minimal supervision.
Must have the ability to work both cooperatively and independently.
Excellent customer service skills.
Must have a good attitude and the ability to learn new skills.
Must be a team player, willing to help.
Must have the ability to adapt positively to changes in policies, procedures and priorities, or work environments.
Ability to read and write English required.
Up to 14-hours each day.
Compensation / Benefits:
Hourly compensation (DOE).
Total Compensation: $100K+/-
Time and a ½ after 40 hours.
Full Comprehensive Benefits.
Benefits start on Day 1.
Open to relocation package for the right candidate.
I am at my desk during office hours. If you catch me after these hours, go ahead and send me a text and let me know who you are and why you are reaching out. Feel free to e-mail your resume to this ad.
My days are dedicated to growing our operation, so I will return your call/text promptly!
Looking forward to speaking with you.
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