Montgomery Electric Inc. Denver, CO, USA
Sep 24, 2018Full time
The Journeyman electrician work will consist of the installation, addition and/or repair of electrical systems, conductors, equipment and associated materials within the commercial electrical industry. This position reports directly to field management. Montgomery Electric, Inc. Key Values and Responsibilities Montgomery Electric, Inc. (MEI) is not satisfied with doing the things the way they have always been done and because of this we have specific responsibilities and key values we require from each employee. Install the highest quality work that meets or exceeds National Electrical Code standards the right way every time with quantities of work in line with company standards. Follow an assembly line process work style while being efficient with your time and materials. Maintain a neat, well-organized, and productive work area; free of trash and excess materials. Have a positive attitude towards completing the project and fellow team members. We all have the same goal at MEI and that goal is a finished product that we can be proud of and maintain client relations will keep us on their next project. Use and maintain personal protective equipment provided, follow all safety procedures and guidelines, and never undertake work that is unsafe or involves unsafe work practices. Pursue opportunities to advance your career with MEI through classroom or on-line training, the IEC Rocky Mountain chapter, the Associated General Contractors, or through company sponsored leadership training. Supply, carry, and maintain all tools required by the employee manual. As a career tradesman, having high-quality tools is a vital part of your success. MEI takes pride in supplying the latest, most efficient tools. These large tools will be provided by MEI, but they are to be treated as if they were yours. Continually seek better, more productive and/or safer methods of installation whether it is through new techniques, new tools or products. Punctuality is a major part of dependability and dependability is the cornerstone of our key values. Arrive at your assigned work site or area ready to work at the designated start time. Keep unscheduled absences and tardiness to an absolute minimum. Help recruit highly motivated and skilled tradesmen to become team members within our organization. Job Specific Responsibilities Assist team members by performing given tasks as directed by foreman. Possess skill set higher than a Level 4 apprentice. Must be able to take on specific tasks as assigned by the job foreman. Lead apprentice electricians who are performing specific tasks including layout and preparation for installation. Understand language, terms, and skills in use of tools and techniques on the job. Think ahead to determine how to maximize production and simplify installation. Demonstrate safe work habits. Demonstrate proper care of personal and company tools. Keep all materials, tools, and equipment in a neat and orderly fashion. Maintain a clean, organized, and highly productive work area. Bend conduit with hand, mechanical, or hydrologic bending equipment with an understanding of wire and conduit size. Install raceways, junction boxes, and electrical equipment. Install branch and large feeder wire. Use all power tools such as saws, threaders, wire pullers, KO sets, port-a-bands. Install and terminate switchgear. Install trim materials such as receptacles, switches, light fixtures, and other repetitive electrical products. Work in the dirt digging trenches and performing excavations as required using hand tools and power equipment. Receive deliveries and complete check-in procedures per company guidelines. Wear personal protective equipment and tool belt at all times. Operate and work from personnel lifts. Comprehend drawings, specifications, and wiring schematics. Fully understand the NEC. Working Conditions Must have the ability to complete work tasks in varying temperatures with exposure to heat, cold, wet, snowy and windy conditions. Must be able to use on-site restrooms. Work environment may be loud, congested, dusty and/or in confined spaces. Must be able to perform tasks at heights. Dress Code MEI field employees are required to wear long pants, shirts with sleeves, and work boots in accordance to the employee manual, at all time Minimum experience or requirements: Qualifications Required Must be self-motivated and detail orientated. Must possess a Colorado State Journeyman Electrician’s license. Must have strong communication and interpersonal skills to work in a fast paced environment. Have reliable transportation, current driver’s license, and high school diploma or equivalent. Must be able to respond to overtime requirements with short notice. Physical Requirements Must be able to bend, stoop, squat, crawl, climb, kneel, balance, push, pull and reach overhead. Must be able to stand in an upright position for an extended period of time. Must be able to bend legs at the knee and come to rest on knee or knees. Complete overhead work as part of a full day assignment. Climb ladders of all types including A-frames and extension ladders. The employee’s body weight and tools cannot exceed weight limit of ladders or lifts. Perform work at various heights up to 50’ from ladders, scaffolds or lifts. Able to work 8 hours per day, 40 hours per week with overtime as required and wear tool belt.