Journeyman Electrician - 2649

Company Name:
Absolute Opportunities Test
Role: Engineering or Related
Relocation Available: No, but a nearby self relo is okay
Industry: Construction
Location: Massachusetts
Town / City: Andover
Job Type: Permanent full-time
Job description:
Fast-growing solar PV integrator and installer company with experience in residential and commercial solar projects.
Looking for a Journeyman Electrician to perform solar installs. The Electrician installs and directs the work of the electrical work of solar installations' wiring, conduit work, sizing of wires and disconnects, interconnecting and other related tasks on either roof or ground mounted systems.
Responsibilities include:
- Communicate to the General Foreman, Site Superintendent, or Construction Manager potential problems encountered during construction that would affect the schedule or require added materials to be procured.
- Manage on site tools to ensure that teams have the correct tools and that tool check-out and check-in procedures are being followed.
Requirements include:
- Solar Experience preferred but not required
- High School or equivalent plus 3+ years' experience
- Journeyman's certification.
- A Valid Driver's license in good standing
- Have full range of mobility in upper and lower body;
- Be able to work in various positions, including, but not limited to, stooping, standing, bending over, sitting, kneeling and squatting for extended periods of time;
- Be able to lift, pull and push materials and equipment to complete assigned job tasks;
- Be able to lift 50 pounds of weight frequently throughout assigned workday
- Experience with electrical work involving wiring up to 600 VDC and 480 VAC
- Ability to successfully pass a driving, drug, and criminal background check
Benefits:
Competitive compensation with many positions incentivized
Paid training with top notch solar personnel
401(k) savings plan
Employee referral program
Career path opportunities for top performers
Bottom Line Requirements:
1. Journeyman Electrician.
2. Currently in Northern Mass or close enough to make a short easy move.

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