Traveling Commercial Electrical Foreman

SECO of Georgia
Atlanta, GA





Work Type




Minimum Experience

2 Years


The Field Foreman will be responsible for all job site leadership, quality, and accountability.

Responsibilities will include:

  1. Communication with general contractor's superintendent
  2. Day to day leadership of electrical team
  3. Development of less experienced electricians
  4. Ensuring that projects are completed in accordance with the NEC and other applicable codes
  5. Ensuring that projects are completed in a timely manner and within budget
  6. Coordinate job staffing, material orders, and job logistics with the Home Office
  7. Report to the Project Manager daily progress on the job site
  8. Ensure proper timekeeping on the jobsite
  9. Desire to develop and take-on superintendent responsibilities

Minimum Qualifications

2+ years leading electrical teams

Experience in all of the following:

  1. Communication with General Contractors
  2. Job Site Leadership
  3. Job Planning and Logistics
  4. Desire to serve and put the good of others before ones self
  5. Computer literacy and comfort working in a computer based environment
  6. Desire to grow and learn

The position will require consistent travel in the southeastern United States with some work in the metro Atlanta area.

Compensation also includes per diem, lodging, travel back home, phone, mileage, and truck allowance. 

Candidate Requirements

Willing to Take a Drug TestEligible to Work in the USHas Reliable TransportationWilling to Travel

Project Types

None found



MC CableUnderground UtilitiesMetal Conduit Bending and Installation

Non-Technical Skills

Management Experience

Drawings and Code

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


Electrical Licenses

Class II State Electrical License (Unrestricted)Class I State Electrical License (Restricted)State Electrician Certification CardMaster Electrician LicenseJourneyman Electrician License



$32 - $36 / hour


Paid HolidaysPaid VacationsWeekly Pay (as opposed to bi-weekly)Travel Per DiemGas or Vehicle AllowanceProfessional Development/Continuing Education