CarolinaPower Electrical Contractors is seeking experienced Electrical Foremen and Superintendents in the Columbia SC area who will work closely with project managers to schedule, coordinate, and supervise field employees assigned to a particular electrical construction or service project. The Foreman and Superintendent are responsible for working in cooperation with other trades and workers to ensure that all specifications, codes, and policies are met, and ensure the safe and efficient completion of projects within the scope of work. ONLY LOCAL CANDIDATES WILL BE CONSIDERED.
ABOUT US: CarolinaPower and its parent company, PPC Partners, believe in the Power to Serve and strive to follow the Golden Rule, act with humility and integrity, and focus on the needs of others (A Servant’s Heart). We exhibit a continuous “Pursuit of Excellence” philosophy which includes working safely and injury free, seeking creative and efficient processes, and sharing knowledge to create a learning organization. We promote a culture of Entrepreneurial Spirit for those who want to grow a business, exceed customer expectations, and develop emerging markets.
PPC (CarolinaPower)is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Minority/Disabled/Veterans/Females are encouraged to apply.
Willing to Work from Elevated HeightsWilling to Work in Inclement WeatherWilling to Take a Drug TestWilling to Be Background CheckedEligible to Work in the USHas Reliable TransportationWill Allow Employers to Check MVRDriver's LicenseOwns Hand Tools
TransformersSubstations or SwitchgearMotor Control Centers (MCCs)Motors
Drawings and Code
Proficient in Electrical TheoryProficient in National Electric Code (NEC)Can Read Wiring SchematicsCan Read Construction Blueprints
MC CableUnderground UtilitiesCable TrayWiring TroughMetal Conduit Bending and Installation
Customer Service Experience
$29 - $35 / hour
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 DiemGas or Vehicle AllowanceApprenticeship TrainingTuition ReimbursementProfessional Development