Electrician

Owen Electric Company
Clemson, SC

Trade

Electrical

Title

Journeyman Electrician

Work Type

Construction

Industry

Commercial

Minimum Experience

5 Years

Description

About us

Owen Electric Company has been in business since 1986. We do large commercial, institutional, and multifamily electrical construction projects. Looking for an environment with driven individuals who are committed to excellence and growth? Join the OEC team and discover one of the fastest growing electrical contractors in the Southeast!

This Position Pays $25 - $30/HR 

Top Industry Pay!! 
Health Insurance - 4 different plans including an entire family plan that starts at $158/Wk 
Dental/Vision/Life
401K 
Paid Time Off 
Company Employee Referral program
Provide quality electrical installations under the supervision of the electrical foreman.
Ensure code compliance through proper installation of electrical components.
You will perform electrical installations of a commercial nature.
Installations include but are not limited to panel boards, conduits, lay-in fixtures, wall packs, exit signs, light fixtures, disconnects, breakers, power distribution equipment, power supply wiring, MC cable, strut, and cable tray.
What we are looking for

Electrician with 3 or more years of experience in commercial electrical construction.
Maintain safety and quality standards on all installations and tasks.
Perform all scopes of large-scale commercial projects, from power distribution to rough in, trim, and finish work.
Working knowledge of the National Electrical Code, local codes and job site safety requirements.
Has hand tools and reliable transportation.
Upholds Owen Electric Company values of teamwork, professionalism, growth, and integrity.
Able to successfully complete pre-employment screenings.
Spanish a plus

Skills

None found

Certifications

None found

Compensation

Wage

$25 - $30 / 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)