As an Electrical Project Manager, you are responsible for organizing and completing electrical projects for companies. Electrical Project Managers will use scheduling, communication, problem-solving, and resource planning to complete projects. You will also oversee large electrical projects and be responsible for delegating tasks to team members and managing staff. You will oversee the full scope of electrical construction and maintenance projects.
You will need at least a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering, construction management, or a similar field. You will also need experience in handling projects and working with electricity. You will be responsible for the project from planning to completion. Project Managers are in great demand and are one of the most rewarding careers. You can make a median salary of $130,000 per year.