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Electrician Journeyman
Category: Other
  • Your pay will be discussed at your interview
  • Pay: $27.00 per hr
    Per diem: $75.00 per day worked
    Hours: starting out working 5/10's. Will work 5/10's plus an 8 some weeks.

Job code: lhw-e0-85763552

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Tradesmen International, Inc.

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  Job posted:   Tue Mar 13, 2018
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Electrician Journeyman
As a Journeyman Electrician you will be responsible for installing and repairing electrical systems, hydraulic, pneumatic and electronic components of industrial machinery and equipment.
Will stay in Port Arthur and be shuttled to the job site

Job description from Bechtel is attached.

Job Objectives: To prepare the construction site for installation of commercial grade electrical circuitry. Installs and maintains the electrical circuits. Maintain and service on site electrical equipment. Employee must adhere to safety procedures.

Essential Job Functions:

1. Supervises and trains Electrician Helpers.

2. Works outdoors in all weather conditions.

3. Reads and understands blueprints.

4. Assists in modifying or planning new installations to minimize waste of materials and provide access for future maintenance.

5. Prepares sketches showing the location of wiring and equipment or follows diagrams or blueprints ensuring that concealed wiring is installed before the completion of future ceilings, and floorings

6. Works around hazardous wiring.

7. Measures, cuts, bends, threads, assembles, and installs electrical conduit using rulers, hand tools, power tools.

8. Splices wires using hand tools, soldering equipment, tape or terminal gaps.

9. Connects wiring to lighting fixtures and power equipment using hand tools.

10. Installs control and distribution apparatus such as switches, relays, and circuit breaker panels.

11. Unwinds and pulls cable.

12. Connects power cable to equipment using hand tools.

13. Tests the installed equipment for safety and electrical compatibility

14. Disassembles defective electrical equipment.

15. Loads transports, unloads materials, tools, equipment, and supplies.

16. May assist in lifting, positioning, and securing of materials and work pieces during installation.

17. Cleans and performs minor maintenance activities on tools and equipment.

18. Maintains a clean and safe work environment.

19. Re-stocks supplies and materials as necessary.

20. Must be able to safely traverse uneven terrain with tools and building materials.

21. Must be able to climb vertical ladders and work above ground as necessary.

22. Performs a variety of tasks involving safe dexterous use of hand tools.

23. Safely operates power tools and equipment.

24. Adheres to all safety procedures.


Equipment Used to Perform Job:

1. Protective Equipment: Gloves, hard-hat, goggles, fireproof coveralls, safety harness.

2. Various long and short handled tools -- pry bar, sledgehammer, saw, wrench, hammer, and pliers.

3. Power tools - saw, drill, grinder, and cutting torch.

4. Tool bucket and tools

Significant Worksite Measurements:

1. Safety harness weighing up to 7 -10#, worn continuously.

2. Tool bucket with assorted wrenches and hand tools -- up to 30#

3. Materials and equipment lifted/carried -- up to 50#.

4. Materials are lifted to varying heights of 18 to 60 inches

5. Cutting torch -- 10#

6. Grinders -- 15#

7. Electric saw/German air saw -- 15#

8. Wrenches -- up to 35#

9. Sledgehammer -- 8#

Critical Demands:

1. Lifting: up to 50#, floor to 36", to 60", (frequent).

2. Carrying: single hand up to 50#, 50 feet, (frequent).

3. Pulling: hand-over-hand, 25 - 30#, 30 feet vertically while standing in stooped position, (occasional).

4. Climbing: vertical ladder, 20-25' increment, up to 150', (frequent).

5. Crouching and reaching: for up to 5 min. on even, uneven, narrow and/or elevated surfaces, (frequent).

6. Kneeling and reaching: for up to 5 min on even surfaces (frequent).

7. Squatting: for up to 4 min. on even and uneven surfaces (frequent).

8. Balancing: on rough ground and narrow surfaces -- 6 inch (continuous).9. Overhead Work: from various positions (squatting, standing, crouching); (occasional).

10. Static Forward Bending: from standing, crouching, squatting or kneeling while using tools up to 10 min. at a time (frequent).

11. Trunk Rotation: from standing or kneeling (frequent).

12. Walking: throughout the day on even and uneven surfaces up to 500' (continuous).

13. Grip: 60#, (frequent).

**Company Details**

Tradesmen International, America's elite skilled labor force, is seeking experienced Journeyman Electricians to join our team. We are recognized internationally as a leading source for reliable, skilled craftsmen with thousands of employees across North America. With more than 5,000 active clients we have a plenty of great opportunities for skilled electricians that want to be the best in their field. We offer consistent work, top pay, benefits, and employment opportunities in most major markets throughout North America. If you are a Journeyman Electrician experienced in installing and repairing electrical systems this is your chance to advance your career!

In addition to consistent work, top pay, and employment opportunities, we provide a benefits package that is among the best in the industry. Our comprehensive benefits encourage our employees and their families to build a lifelong relationship with us.

+ Vacation Pay

+ Health insurance

+ Dental and vision plan

+ Prescription drug plan

+ Life insurance

+ Short-term disability

+ 401(k) profit-sharing savings plan

+ Incentive programs

+ Tool purchase programs

_Tradesmen International is an EO employer - M/F/Veteran/Disability_

**Recruiter Name**

Alexandria Soohoo



**Req ID** _2018-166517IN_

**Category** _Electrical - Journeyman_

**Travel** _Yes_

**Job Board** _IN_

**Location** _US-SC-Columbia_

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