Read blueprints, electrical systems, circuits and plans
Utilize blueprints, wiring diagrams and manufacturers installation manuals to complete assigned projects
Be able to schedule material and equipment in order to complete assigned projects
Remain in compliance with current National and Local Electric Codes
Install, maintain, modify and repair all electrical distribution systems and associated electrical equipment
Manage and lead multiple crews
Oversee all aspects of construction project from planning to implementation
Allocate resources for assigned projects
Interface with project inspectors, contractors, architects, engineers, city and county officials, and clients
Maintain high standards of workmanship that adhere to original plans and specifications
journeyman electrician foreman, master electrician
Additional Skills & Qualifications:
Must have 5+ years of experience as an Electrical Foreman or Working electrical Superintendent
Ability to supervise up to 30 people
Basic computer literacy
Capable of lifting and carrying a minimum of 50 pounds without assistance
Demonstrate knowledge and skills for electrical installation, maintenance and repair of electrical systems and equipment
Willingness to travel is highly desirableAbout Aerotek:
We know that a company's success starts with its employees. We also know that an individual's success starts with the right career opportunity. As a Best of Staffing Client and Talent leader, Aerotek's people-focused approach yields competitive advantage for our clients and rewarding careers for our contract employees. Since 1983, Aerotek has grown to become a leader in recruiting and staffing services. With more than 250 non-franchised offices, Aerotek's 8,000 internal employees serve more than 300,000 contract employees and 18,000 clients every year. Aerotek is an Allegis Group company, the global leader in talent solutions. Learn more at Aerotek.com.
The company is an equal opportunity employer and will consider all applications without regards to race, sex, age, color, religion, national origin, veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information or any characteristic protected by law.
Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for an Electrical Foreman is $102,213 per year or $49 per hour. The highest paying Electrical Foreman jobs have a salary over $133,000 per year while the lowest paying Electrical Foreman jobs pay $78,000 per year
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