Company: ADK Electric
Posted on: June 13, 2019
Journeyman Electricians are well-organized, motivated team leaders
who are responsible for installing high-quality electrical field
work by taking measures to increase the company's effectiveness and
efficiency. The ADK TEAM has a common mission - to provide the
highest quality workmanship that goes above and beyond client
expectation so that ADK will earn more projects! FIRST THINGS FIRST
- Valid active CO Journeyman Electricians License
- Valid driver's license and reliable transportation
- Verification of US Citizen or approved to work in the US
- High School Diploma or GED required with emphasis on good
- Punctual, motivated, detail oriented and uphold the passion to
be the best in the field.
- Possess excellent communication and supervisory skills when
leading your team to excellence.
- Possess self-motivation and team spirit and be able to work
closely with other teams on the sites.
- Arrive ready to work on time and be ready to do overtime or a
versatile work schedule based on project needs.
- Work with colored wiring and must be able to identify them by
- Assist and mentor apprentices daily and follow a neat and
process-oriented work style.
- Be efficient with your time and materials while ensuring top
quality electrical installation to meet the NEC.
- Carry your own small tools and state certification card during
all ADK work hours.
- Diagnose the root cause of issues and think logically about
- Perform duties as assigned by foreman/lead. Follow instructions
and ask questions. Be responsible. Be a mentor. Be honest. Be
respectful. Be a leader. Inspire. Motivate. Challenge. Be Part of a
TEAM! LEARNING TO BE A FOREMAN
- Insuring installations comply with the NEC and (AHJ) authority
- Properly reading blueprints, schematics and
- Ordering materials for daily tasks.
- Supervision of project workforce.
- Insuring Safety protocols are in use and enforced.
- Maintaining OSHA documentation on the project.
- Daily layout/safety (JSA) meetings with the project workforce.
Weekly toolbox talks.
- Installing electrical raceways.
- Proper use of equipment for bending, cutting, pulling and
installation of conduit and wire.
- Providing power/interfaces from alternate power sources, i.e.
generators solar/wind, battery (UPS systems)
- Providing power connections to motors and controls, HVAC
equipment, lighting and lighting controls.
- Installing fire alarm, security and data/telecom systems.
- Properly mounting switchboards, switchgear, panel-boards,
circuit breakers/fuses, meters, transformers, generators,
rectifiers, transfer switches and various other equipment.
- Adapting to the various types and forms of construction; i.e.
lumber, concrete, concrete block, metal, tilt-up, poured in place,
underground and above ground, single story to high-rise.
- Working with various voltages, i.e., 12-24 volt, 48-volt DC,
120/240 volt, 120/208 volt, 277/480 volt.
- Insuring the proper installation of the various building
- Coordination with the other trades involved on the
- Coordination with the General Contractor, Engineers and Owner
or Owner's Representative.
- Troubleshooting the various systems and components.
- Replacing faulty equipment, wiring or controls.
- Coordination with the (AHJ), electrical inspectors, fire alarm
inspectors, elevator inspectors, and various other entities
performing required inspections. SAFETY
- Perform preventive maintenance on tools and equipment.
- Operate tools and equipment according to established safety
- Ensure that equipment is in safe operating condition.
- Follow established safety procedures and techniques to perform
job duties, including lifting, climbing, etc.
- Correct unsafe conditions in work area and report any
conditions that are not correctable to supervisor immediately.
- Competency in Excavations, Fall Protection and Electrical
- Conduct daily Job Safety Analysis and hold crew safety
- Identify and be able to remedy on the job hazards.
- OSHA 10 or 30 Hr (a plus!). COMPENSATION
- Starting pay: contingent on experience
- Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K
- Bi-Weekly Pay and Referral Bonuses
- Safety incentives PHYSICAL / MENTAL REQUIREMENTS AND WORK
CONDITIONS Mental Demands/Physical Demands/Environmental Factors:
Continual walking, standing, climbing, stooping, bending, kneeling,
pushing, reaching, carrying and heavy lifting (50-100). Work in
tiring and uncomfortable positions, around electrical power lines,
outside and inside. Exposure to extreme temperatures. Frequent
districtwide travel. See the Analysis of Physical Demands
"The Power is in Our Team"
Keywords: ADK Electric, Denver , Journeyman Electrician, Professions , Englewood, Colorado
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