Commercial Electrical Foreman/Superintendent

All-State Electrical Contractors, LLC
Atlanta, GA

Trade

Electrical

Title

Foreman

Work Type

Construction

Industry

Commercial

Minimum Experience

5 Years

Description

All-State Electrical is currently hiring in Metro Atlanta, GA and surrounding areas! We are looking for experienced commercial electrical foremen/superintendents to join our team. The position will be responsible for working with team members to manage and oversee the completion of commercial electrical installations in all phases of commercial projects.

All-State Electrical has been in business for 26 years. Most of our work is with repeat customers, so attention to customer service is important. 

We are looking for team members that are passionate about MAKING A DIFFERENCE and delivering EXCEPTIONAL PERFORMANCE. 

To MAKE A DIFFERENCE and achieve EXCEPTIONAL PERFORMANCE, we strive to accomplish these 6 goals on every project: 

1.       Safety – ZERO accidents

2.       Customer Service – 100% Customer Satisfaction 

3.       Quality – ZERO rework

4.       Workforce Development – 100% committed to team development

5.       Budget – ZERO overages

6.       Culture – 100% improved lives our teams

 

Job Description:

The Foreman is accountable for the electrical installation of projects in an Efficient and Code Compliant manner. Foremen participate in project planning and manage the day-to-day activities that adhere to projected completion schedule. They are responsible for the management and training of on-site personnel.  Foremen must be capable of managing large numbers of individuals and assigning project tasks based on experience. They must coordinate with multiple trades on site as well as office personnel. They are responsible for completing projects based on construction budget estimates and schedule restrictions. They must have excellent communication and organizational skills.   Foremen must be able to adapt to the changing work environment while meeting all budgetary, financial, and operational goals. A foreman reports to the project manager and the executive officer.

 Complete quality projects on-time and in budget:

  • Read & interpret various types of construction drawings, equipment specifications, and electrical code
  • Master the reading and interpretation of blueprints to complete installation and coordination
  • Have and maintain all required tools; use them appropriately
  • Skilled at operating all tools, equipment, and machinery necessary to complete construction
  • Install and maintain wiring, control, and lighting systems 
  • Perform system layout and installation support to team members working under your lead
  • Troubleshoot and resolve electrical problems using appropriate testing devices
  • Inspect electrical components and installations for quality control
  • Coordinate and oversee the performance of subcontractors to maintain the schedule 
  • Maintain daily logs detailing job progress, delays, constraints, or issues affecting completion
  • Attend regular project meetings and develop completion timelines
  • Perform all work in compliance with both company policy and OSHA regulations 
  • Communicate effectively with different personalities while showing proper attention to detail.
  • Necessary physical requirements including the ability to lift/carry up to 50 lbs., work at various heights, and work in varying weather environments
  • Ability to work whatever hours necessary to meet job requirements

 

Evaluate and develop team members working under your lead:

  • Determine if individuals can perform to their classification and assign tasks suited to that ability 
  • Maintain safe work conditions including the availability and usage of proper tools and resources
  • Train and educate fellow team members where possible and necessary
  • Provide guidance and encouragement for team members 

 

Ensure materials, equipment and products are appropriate and accurate for installation:

  • Receive and confirm accurate material deliveries on lighting, gear, and miscellaneous
  • items to keep the project  within budget
  • Ensure deliveries of all purchases accurately match shipping details
  • Work with management to resolve any material concerns or shortages

 

Represent All-State in a professional manner with customers, vendors, staff and the general public

  • Dress and groom in a clean, neat, presentable manner while working.
  • Keep company vehicle, equipment, and personal tools clean and well operating.
  • Always provide competent leadership while setting a positive example for fellow team members.
  • Handle difficult customers, diagnostic issues, and pressure situations in a controlled manner.

 

Qualifications

  • 5 or more years experience in the electrical industry, including experience running work. 
  • Own basic hand tools and experience working with hand tools, power tool and electronic test equipment
  • Formal apprenticeship training is preferred
  • Reliable transportation
  • Ability to pass any pre-employment screenings including drug test
  • Strong working knowledge of job site safety
  • High standard of integrity and professionalism

 

All-State Electrical has been building successful projects for over 25 years. 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
Sick Pay
Health insurance
Dental and vision plan
Prescription drug plan
Life insurance
Short-term disability
Long-term disability
401(k) profit-sharing savings plan
Supplemental insurance plans
Job Type: Full-time

Job Type: Full-time

 

Candidate Requirements

Willing to Take a Drug TestWilling to Be Background CheckedEligible to Work in the USWill Allow Employers to Check MVRDriver's LicenseOwns Hand Tools

Project Types

None found

Skills

Lifting

50 lbs.

Non-Technical Skills

Quality Control ExperienceManagement ExperienceCustomer Service Experience

Equipment

TransformersSubstations or SwitchgearHVAC

Building Systems Wiring

Lighting Controls

Wireways

MC CableUnderground UtilitiesCable TrayWiring TroughMetal Conduit Bending and Installation

Drawings and Code

Proficient in National Electric Code (NEC)Can Read Electrical ManualsCan Read Wiring SchematicsCan Read Construction Blueprints

Startup & Testing

Startup/CommissioningTroubleshooting

Certifications

Trainings/Certifications

Lockout Tagout TrainingArc Flash TrainingNFPA 70EFirst Aid CertificationCPR CertificationOSHA 30 Certification

Compensation

Wage

$30 - $38 / hour

Benefits

Health InsuranceDental InsuranceLife InsuranceDisability InsuranceLong Term Disability InsuranceVision Insurance401(k)401(k) MatchingPaid HolidaysPaid Sick TimePaid VacationsWeekly Pay (as opposed to bi-weekly)Travel Per DiemCompany VehicleApprenticeship TrainingProfessional Development