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Journeyman Electrician

Job Location: Colorado Springs, Denver-Metro, Jackson, Wyoming
Job Description:
Responsibilities and Duties
  • Installation and repair of electrical systems in commercial and industrial environments throughout the Colorado front range markets
  • Threading, bending, measuring and conductor installation in conduit and other raceway systems
  • Assemble, install and maintain electric equipment, lighting systems and control apparatus
  • Use specialized testing, power and hand tools
  • Plan, layout and prioritize the installation of equipment based on electrical drawings and specification documents during all phases of project development
  • Effectively communicate and maintain working relationships with project managers, supervisors, vendors and customers in a wide range of challenging projects
  • Oversight of apprentice workforce, application of on the job training and delegation of project tasks
  • Attend professional continuing education programs and stay current with changing technology
  • Project a high level of courtesy and professionalism with fellow employees, clients and trade partners
  • Work in a team environment and maintain a goal oriented mindset with a high level of energy and a sense of urgency
  • Ensure compliance with State and Local codes
Base Qualifications
  • This is a full time position that requires a minimum of forty hours of service per week
  • Possess a Colorado Journeyman or Masters electrical license or an equivalent reciprocal state electrical license
  • Practical understanding of forklifts, cranes, backhoes, skid-steer loader, wire-tugger and other large scale project equipment
  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Have strong verbal and written communication skills with legible penmanship
  • Extensive knowledge of electrical components, parts and test equipment
  • Reliable transportation and clean motor vehicle record
  • Extensive knowledge of trade hand and power tools and their use
  • Capable of performing ladder and stair climbing, working at heights on lifts and elevated platforms
  • Ability to squat, kneel or bend while wearing a tool belt
  • Perform repetitive tasks while standing for long periods
  • In-depth understanding of electrical theory, formulas and their application to conduit & box fill, over current protection devices and voltage drop calculations
  • Possess a safety mindset to enforce company, OSHA and local safety requirements
  • Ability to lift 50 pounds from the ground

Wage is commensurate with experience