Service Electrician

Powers Electrical Solutions, Inc
Atlanta, GA

Trade

Electrical

Title

Journeyman Electrician

Work Type

Maintenance

Industry

Residential

Minimum Experience

10 Years

Description

ELECTRICIANS -  Are you tired of promises of high pay, and advancement to find that you're still grinding it out on the road for pennies, providing overpriced flat rate estimates and waiting for the next call to come in.   STOP - there is a better way!

Powers Electrical Solutions, award winning for our customer service, hourly pay above the national average, performance bonuses, and great benefits package and exam prep (we want you to get your license). 

Electrical Service technicians are in demand and enjoy a take home truck, paid vacations and holidays, 401k, Medical, Dental and Vision and the opportunity to enhance their skills, earn their master license and enjoy a better quality of life. 

Give us an opportunity to sit down with you and see how 2021 can be the year that your electrical career skyrocketed. 

Qualifications

- 5 to 10 years Residential Service experience required
- First-rate Diagnosis and Repair skills
- Personable with superior customer service skills
- Reliable and the ability to work independently
- Strong problem-solving and critical thinking skills

Responsibilities:

- Install and repair electrical equipment and fixtures
- Install various types of lighting and LED retrofits
- Troubleshoot electrical power problems for customers
- Perform routine maintenance on electrical wiring and systems
- Adhere to all quality and safety codes

Good driving record required

Pay: Excellent pay and benefits, negotiable

Job Type: Full-time

 

Candidate Requirements

Eligible to Work in the USWilling to Be Background CheckedWill Allow Employers to Check MVRDriver's License

Skills

Non-Technical Skills

Customer Service Experience

Certifications

None found

Compensation

Wage

$23 - $27 / hour

Benefits

Company VehicleHealth InsuranceDental InsuranceLife InsuranceVision InsurancePaid HolidaysPaid VacationsWeekly Pay (as opposed to bi-weekly)Professional Development401(k)