Must possess in-depth commercial or industrial electrical construction experience and be able to meet or exceed productivity goals. Demonstrate ability to install conduit, wire and cable system is required. Abilty to install and terminate panels, switchboards, and other electrical equipment. Must have basic math skills, dependable transportation, and willingness to commute daily to remove job sites. Must prossess effective communication skills.
-Must adhere to JMS Safety Program
-Must be able to install electrical work in accordance with JMS standards while adhering to project plans, specifications, and code requirements.
-Coordinate installations with other construction trades.
-Must utilize reason and logic to perform mathematical operations quickly and accurately.
-Must possess a complete understanding of construction drawings and details.
-Responsible for coordinating the materials, tools, and equipment necessary to complete any assigned task.
-Accurately install conduit, wire, prefab assemblies, panelboards, light fixtures, devices, and other equipment per layout by the Superintendent or desinated person.
-Prevent excessive waste of labor and materials by performing high quality installations, consistent with the designed layout, without requiring rework.
-Follow construction drawings and other documents to ensure that concealed wiring is installed before completion of wall, ceiling, and flooring finishes are install.
-Measure, cut, bend, thread, ream, and install conduit, using appropriate tools such as hacksaw, band saw, pipe threader and conduit bender.
-Pull and terminate branch and feeder conductors.
-Terminate wiring to light fixtures, motors, panels, devices, and other electrical equipment, using hand tools and power tools.
-Utilize test equipment to test voltage, amperage and continuity of circuit wiring to ensure compatibility and safety of components.
-Abilty to trouble-shoot and perform repairs on faulty circuits, equipment, or systems.
-Complete all required documentation.
REQUIRED PHYSICAL/MENTAL FUNCTIONS:
-Positively identify colors of wire and other items as required.
-Comprehension of construction drawings, schematics, and specifications.
-Bend conduit using hand benders and smart benders.
-Must have ability to safly use required power tools.
-Must be able to safely operate construction equipment (trencher, aerial work platforms, etc.)
-Capable of digging trenches, using of hand tools or power equipment.
-Comprehend and practice safe work procedures as outlined in "JMS Safety Handbook".
-Must be able to hear and see well (either natural or with correction).
-Able to lift objects weighing up to 50 pounds, with frequent lifting and carrying of objects withing up to 20 pounds.
-Tolerant to prolonged standing and movement on foot.
-Climb ladders (all types).
-Must be able to secure tools and materials from storage area to complete assigned tasks.
-License: Valid state driver's license as required by job conditions or by the company.
-Certifications: Applicable federal, state, and local certifications as required by job conditions or by JMS.
-Education: High School Graduate or GED.
-Experience: Minimum 5 years of electrical experience preferred.
-OSHA Construction Outreach Traning: 10 & 30 hour.
-Job requires working in all-weather elements: heat, cold, rain, or snow, depending on job location and time of year.
-Job always requires employees to have required personal tools with him.
-Perform work at various heights safely.
-Work in restricted or confined areas such as switch gear-rooms, manholes, utility tunnels and crawl spaces.
-Must wear all personal protective equipment as required.
-Must be able to continually work 40 hours per week, plus overtime as required.
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