Journeyman Electrician

Putzel Electric
Norcross, GA

Trade

Electrical

Title

Journeyman Electrician

Work Type

Construction

Industry

Commercial

Minimum Experience

3 Years

Description

Putzel Electrical Contractors - since 1893, Putzel continues to grow, constantly exploring new ways to improve its operations and broaden its horizons. Putzel has proven experience in construction of manufacturing and industrial plants, hospitals, laboratories, as a positive member of construction teams throughout the Southeast committed to the excellence of design and installation of a full range of electrical systems, and meeting the industry’s challenges today and in the future. Today, Putzel is growing to be one of the most successful commercial electrical firms in the Greater Atlanta Region.

 

Putzel Electrical Contractors is seeking journeymen electricians to join our team and become leaders for our organization.  Opportunities for growth are available for potential employees seeking career development and taking that next step. Commercial work can include hospitals, schools, hotels, warehouses, and manufacturing plants. All potential hires are welcome to apply.

Candidate Requirements

Some High SchoolLooking for WorkWilling to Take a Drug TestWilling to Be Background CheckedEligible to Work in the USHas Reliable TransportationDriver's LicenseOwns Hand ToolsWilling to Work Overtime

Skills

Lifting

50 lbs.

Equipment

TransformersElevators or EscalatorsSubstations or Switchgear

Building Systems Wiring

Lighting ControlsBuilding Automation Systems/ControlsFire Alarm

Wireways

MC CableUnderground UtilitiesCable TrayWiring TroughMetal Conduit Bending and Installation

Drawings and Code

Proficient in National Electric Code (NEC)Can Read Construction Blueprints

Communications Wiring

Ethernet Cabling

Certifications

Electrical Licenses

Journeyman Electrician License

Compensation

Wage

$17 - $32 / hour

Benefits

Health InsuranceDental InsuranceLife InsuranceLong Term Disability InsuranceVision Insurance401(k)Paid HolidaysPaid VacationsWeekly Pay (as opposed to bi-weekly)Gas or Vehicle AllowanceApprenticeship TrainingTuition ReimbursementProfessional Development