Position Title: Site Electrical Lead – Nuclear
Reports To: Service and Installation Manager
- Arrive to construction sites before sub-contractor crews to verify delivery of material and equipment. Stay onsite after install crew to demobilize and ship tools and equipment from the site
- Manage sub-contract workforce staffing levels and collect, review and sign their time sheets and other required and appropriate documents in a professional, accurate, neat and legible manner and submit same in a timely manner and in accordance with established guidelines.
- Maintain strong communication with the project team, Lead Site Superintendent, Construction Manager and Service, Installation Supervisor, and Project Manager in accordance with established practices.
- Prepare 3 to 5 day look ahead to assure crews are working to the project schedule
- Work to and assure sub-contract workforce are working to consistent processes and work standards in line with quality systems
- Lead and work with sub-contract workforce on assembly, piping, wiring, and startup of equipment
- Assign project tasks to sub-contract workforce and assure materials, tools and manpower, and equipment are available to meet project schedules
- Resolve any problems that arise during the assembly by working with the project team and electrical engineers
- Prior to construction, print and prepare document packages
- Have the ability to write safety related documents and work plans
- Conduct training programs and modules as required
- Ability to research and procure materials and tools local to the project
- Maintain all company issued equipment, vehicle (if applicable) and assets in a safe and proper working order. Operate tools, equipment and vehicles in a safe and responsible manner. Notify supervisor of any deficiencies for resolution.
- Maintain uniforms in a clean and presentable manner.
- Follow all established safety rules and procedures, including those established by the customer and have a strong commitment to safety
- Plan and participate in monthly safety meetings.
- Other duties as assigned by supervisor.
Education: High school diploma or equivalent required. An Associate's degree in Industrial Electrical/Mechanical Technology or related field or equivalent vocational/technical training and experience is a plus.
Experience: One (1) to three (3) years’ experience in overhead material handling equipment is a plus
Other Requirements: Must have and maintain a good driving record, including a valid driver's license. Must be willing and able to work at elevations. Must be able to work varied overtime. Must be team oriented, solutions driven, customer focused and a self-starter with the ability to work with minimal supervision. Previous project management background is a plus. Able to read mechanical drawings and electrical schematics and BOM’s. Strong electrical aptitude is a plus. Proficiency with MS Office programs. Read, understand and apply the contents of all OSHA, ANSI, CMAA and other codes or regulations pertaining to our industry. Refresh and update knowledge periodically. Previous knowledge of electrical assemble, wiring, and installation a must. Excellent attention to detail. Ability to diagnose mechanical and electrical problems a plus. Proficient in electrical standards. Possibility to expand role during non-construction windows to include other services as deemed necessary by supervisor.