Electrician/Electrical Superintendent

Capital City Electrical
Norcross, GA





Work Type




Minimum Experience

5 Years


POSITION TITLE: Electrician/Electrical Superintendent

REPORTS TO: Electrical Projects Foreman, Projects Manger or Other Assigned Supervisor


This position is a key position in achieving a high level of efficiencies in the coordination and execution of electrical projects. The areas of involvement include interaction with the Electrical Projects Foreman, Project Manager and Operations Manager for assigned electrical projects.


· Responsible for the installation, repairs, tests, and upgrades of various electrical systems.

· Reads and interprets electrical diagrams and drawings during installation of electrical devices and equipment such as conduit, wire, lighting, convenience outlets, circuit breakers, electrical panel boards, disconnects, bus duct, cable tray, transformers, electrical motors, etc.

· Handles installations of electrical equipment, fixtures, and fittings, including transformers, switch gear, cabling junction boxes, electrical panels, lighting, heating, and ventilation and air conditioning, elevators, power outlets, security and fire detection and alarm systems, etc.

· Reports all activities completed for area of assignments to ELECTRCIAL PROJECTS FOREMAN ensuring quality and accuracy is maintained as to avoid rework.

· Prepare requisition of tools, materials and supplies needed to complete assigned work and indicate that equipment, tools, and materials are properly utilized to prevent losses through misuse or misappropriation.

· Adhere to all Capital City Quality Control and safety procedures

· Full safety awareness to prevent any accident or might be damaged on electrical equipment during installation, repair, troubleshooting or testing works.

· Attends training courses / seminars, etc. as required by the company.

· Other duties as assigned as assigned by the ELECTRICAL PROJECTS FOREMAN OR PROJECT MANAGER.



· Standing – Remaining on one’s feet in an upright position at a workstation without moving about, for extended period of time.

· Walking – Moving about on foot.

· Sitting – Remaining in the normal seated position for extended periods.

· Lifting – Raising or lowering an object (~50 ) from one level to another (includes upward pulling).

· Carrying – Transporting an object, usually holding it in the hands or arms, or on the shoulder, e.g., tools equipment, and materials up to 100 lbs up to 400 feet.

· Pushing – Exerting force upon an object so that the object moves away from the force (includes slapping, striking, kicking and treadle actions)

· Pulling – Exerting force upon an object so that the object moves toward the forces (includes jerking).

· Ascending or descending ladders, lifts, stairs, scaffoldings, ramps, poles and the like.

· Bending body downward and forward by bending spine at the waist. This factor is important if it occurs to a considerable degree and requires full use of the lower extremities and back muscles.

· Bending legs at knees to come to rest on knee or knees.

· Bending body downward and forward by bending legs and spine.

· Crawl over, under and into equipment as necessary to perform job duties. Moving about on hands and knees or hands and feet.

· Extending hand(s) and arm(s) in any direction.

· Seizing, holding, grasping, turning or otherwise working with hand or hands. Fingers are involved only to the extent that they are an extension of the hand.

· Work environments may be noisy, congested and/or in confined spaces.


· Field employees will wear appropriate shirts with sleeves, long pants and sturdy work shoes or boots (OSHA standard).

· Uniforms will be provided.

· All clothing will be of a proper fit and condition so as not to constitute a safety hazard.

· Clothing may not have any derogatory, offensive, sexually suggestive, or degrading writing, symbols, pictures, language, or logos of other contractors.

· Employees may wear jewelry if the jewelry is appropriate and does not constitute a safety hazard.

· Body piercing (other than earrings) should not be visible.

· Similarly, employees will keep their hair and facial hair groomed to avoid safety hazards; or they will secure their hair to avoid safety hazards


· Ability to perform duties in extreme varying temperatures, e.g., exposure to hot, cold, wet, humid, or windy conditions, on your feet, 8 to 10 hours daily up to 6 days a week.

· Job requires employee to wear required personal tools and belt with them at all times.

· Work from all types of ladders, stepladders up to 14', "A" frame ladders and all size extension ladders.

· Carry and relocate extension ladders up to 28' stepladders up to 12' by yourself.

· Perform work at various heights, up to 60' from ladders, scaffolds, aerial lifts, catwalks or other safe work areas.

· Work in restricted areas, switchgear room, manholes, utility tunnels, crawl spaces, attics and vaults, following proper procedures.

· Wear personal protective equipment, e.g., hard hats, safety shoes, safety glasses, gloves, masks, and earplugs at all times, and when applicable,

· Follow special procedures including contamination control, noise control, vibration, building systems awareness and procedures.

· Candidate must be able to work night shifts and mid shifts, as required by customers.

· Respond to short notice overtime requirements



· Minimum Five (4) years’ experience as a commercial/industrial electrician

· Ability to work in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment

· Excellent personal organizational & relationship skills

· Completion of Certified Apprenticeship Program

Candidate Requirements

Willing to Work in Inclement WeatherTechnical DegreeAssociates DegreeHigh School DiplomaLooking for WorkWilling to Take a Drug TestEligible to Work in the USHas Reliable TransportationWill Allow Employers to Check MVRDriver's LicenseOwns Power ToolsSpeaks SpanishWilling to Work Overtime

Project Types

InfrastructureData CenterMunicipalHotelsRestaurantEducationRetailOfficeManufacturing


Drawings and Code

Proficient in Building CodesProficient in Electrical TheoryCan Read Electrical ManualsCan Read Construction Blueprints

Non-Technical Skills

Scheduling ExperienceQuality Control ExperienceManagement ExperienceEstimating ExperienceCustomer Service Experience


MC CableUnderground UtilitiesCable TrayWiring TroughMetal Conduit Bending and Installation

Startup & Testing

Instrumentation/Electrical MeasurementsTroubleshooting

Communications Wiring

Network or Structured Cabling


Equipment Certifications

Commercial Driver's License (CDL)Scissor Lift CertificationAerial Lift CertificationForklift Certification


Lockout Tagout TrainingArc Flash TrainingNFPA 70EFirst Aid CertificationCPR CertificationFall Protection CertificationOSHA 30 CertificationOSHA 10 Certification

Electrical Licenses

Class I State Electrical License (Restricted)State Electrician Certification CardMaster Electrician License



$29 - $38 / hour


Health InsuranceDental InsuranceLife InsuranceDisability InsuranceVision Insurance401(k)401(k) MatchingPensionPaid HolidaysPaid Sick TimePaid VacationsWeekly Pay (as opposed to bi-weekly)Travel Per DiemCompany VehicleGas or Vehicle AllowanceApprenticeship TrainingTuition ReimbursementProfessional Development