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The Solar Journeyman Electrician must be able to work under general supervision of a Junior Foreman or Foreman Electrician. A Journeyman possesses over (4) years of experience in new construction and demo electrical power installation including but not limited to alterations additions and/or repairs of electrical systems, conductors and associated materials and equipment within the electrical industry; or has obtained a valid journeyman license in the State of Idaho. Journeyman Electrician must be able to perform all electrical tasks, must be able to read blueprints, legend symbols, determining scales of plans branch circuits, one-line, riser diagrams and A-sheets. Must demonstrate experience exceeding an Apprentice Electrician and must be sufficient on rough-in work.
Essential Functions include but are not limited to:
• Dig trenches or holes for installation of conduit or supports, hand holes, man holes and foundations.
• Strip insulation from wire ends, using wire stripping pliers, and attach wires to terminals for subsequent soldering.
• Trace out short circuits in wiring, using test meter.
• Install copper-clad ground rods, using a manual post driver.
• Break up concrete, using air hammer, to facilitate installation, construction, or repair of equipment.
• Erect electrical system components and barricades, and rig scaffolds, hoists, and shoring.
• Transport tools, materials, equipment, and supplies to work site by hand, hand truck, or heavy, motorized truck.
• Construct controllers and panels, using power drills, drill presses, taps, saws and punches.
• Raise, lower, or position equipment, tools, and materials, using hoist, hand line, or block and tackle.
• Requisition materials, using warehouse requisition or release forms.
• Measure, cut, and bend wire and conduit, using measuring instruments and hand tools.
• Maintain tools, vehicles, and equipment and keep parts and supplies in order.
• Perform semi-skilled and unskilled laboring duties related to the installation, maintenance and repair of a wide variety of electrical systems and equipment.
• Thread conduit ends, connect couplings, and fabricate and secure conduit support brackets, using hand tools.
• Examine electrical units for loose connections and broken insulation and tighten connections, using hand tools.
• Drill holes and pull or push wiring through openings, using hand and power tools.
• Clean work area and tool.
• Experience in the electrical trade and completion of a program equal to the Apprenticeship program.
• Must have valid Idaho Journeyman license (or equivalent).
• Must have all tools outlined in the Tool List provided at the time of hire.
• Must maintain valid Journeyman card and have it on your person at all times during work hours.
• Must be capable of following and giving instruction, have good communication skills, and ability to retain information.
• Must be capable of identifying materials used in the trade and inform Foreman of material needs.
• Must be capable of reading blueprints, legend symbols, determining scales of plans, branch circuits, one- line and riser diagrams.
• Must be capable of reading A-Sheets, reflective ceiling, and detail drawings for layouts.
• Must be capable of installing raceways, PVC, EMT, Rigid, Flex, IMC, and MC up to 1 ¼ hand bend.
• Must be capable of making up multiple circuits with multiple grounded conductors and trim out devices.
• Must be able to install and terminate service entrance sections, distribution centers, panel boards, transformers, disconnects, and motor controls.
• Must be capable of reading and understanding lighting controls and special systems, including fire alarm and security.
• Must be familiar with hydraulic benders.
• Completion of required safety trainings.
• Recommended completion of (16) electrical continuing education credits.
• Must complete OSHA 10.
• The Journeyman oversees other journeymen and up to two apprentice electricians.
• Enforces safety and work performance standards and regulations.
• Adheres to company core values.
• Must be able to bend, stoop, squat, crawl, climb, kneel, balance, push, pull, and reach overhead.
• Lift over 50 lbs.
• Stand 90% of the day.
• Climb ladders.
• Possess good vision (normal or corrected).
• Carry material from one location to another or floor to floor.
• Lifting and work with tools above head.
• Lifting, positioning and fastening of heavy electrical equipment.
• Lifting, positioning and fasting objects such as light fixtures, wire, conduit, junction boxes, motors and other equipment.
• Must be able to work from A-Frames, extension ladders, boom lift, scaffolds and aerial work platforms at various heights.
• Identify and separate wires by color.
• Dig and work in trenches.
Some travel may be required outside of the Treasure Valley area.
Company Core Values:
ATTITUDE: Win the Day, Customer Focus, Commitment, Community Involvement
INTEGRITY: Have Heart, Say It Do It, Lead by Example, Stay Honest
CHARACTER: Organization, Reliable, Professional, Personable
VISION: Relentless Improvement, Innovation, Opportunity, Environment
DETERMINATION: Elite Work Ethic, Lead the Industry, Whatever It Takes, Get It Done
SAFETY: Starts with You, Respect the Unexpected, Extreme Accountability, Do What s Right, Not What s Easy.
If you want to be part of something bigger than just a job – make this career move and find exactly what you re looking for. You will work in a place where you will be appreciated by your team and customers, and where your work has a direct effect on the success of the company. If this sounds like you, spend a little time learning about us by visiting https://www.electricteam.com. When you're ready, please click on the Careers tab at the top of our homepage and select the posted application to apply for this position