Alexander Electric Company has many diverse roles for electricians and electrician helpers. Since our scope of operations is not limited to one area, there is a greater opportunity for you to become a more rounded electrician. We take a tremendous amount of pride in providing quality electrical services to our valued customers. We recognize that in order to accomplish this we must focus on supporting our team members and their families. Does your employer care about your career, future, and family? Do they offer retirement plans such as a 401k and affordable family insurance plans? At Alexander Electric we do care about our team members and their families by providing these benefits, training, and much more. If this sounds like something that interests you, apply today and start a career with a company that values you.
- Commercial Electrician/Helper
- Residential Electrician/Helper
- Low Voltage Electrician/Helper
- Generator Technician/Helper
- Service Electrician/Helper
KNOWLEDGE SKILLS & ABILITIES
- A reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the knowledge, skills, and abilities of these positions.
- Knowledge of conduit bending of numerous sizes and bending apparatuses.
- Knowledge of pulling wire and terminating devices including switchboards, circuit breakers,
switches, transformers, and panels.
- Knowledge of reading blueprints, electrical schematics, diagrams, instructions, and other
- Knowledge of the National Electrical Code (NEC) and how to research contents within.
- Knowledge of common tools used by electricians including hand and powered tools.
- Skilled in customer service, professionalism, and politeness.
- Skilled in working with a group of people to accomplish project deadlines and complex
- Ability to demonstrate a focus on safety and wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) such as
safety glasses, gloves, hardhat, and other protective clothing.
- Ability to negotiate ladders including climbing up/down and remain stationary while conducting
- Ability to negotiate scaffolds and other elevated platforms from numerous levels of height.
- Ability to have good visual acuity and be able to distinguish basic colors and shades of colors for
machine operations (including inspections), close assembly, clerical and administrative duties.
- Ability to manipulate hand tools and other equipment with which may require both hands.
- Ability to stand continuously for a 10-hour shift and perform physically demanding activities to
must exert in excess of 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or in excess of 50 pounds of force
frequently and up to 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects
- Ability to travel to project locations outside the normal area of operations which may require
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Makes safety the first priority and complies with all directives including OSHA, general contractors, company policies, and other state and local agencies.
- Plans, prepares, installs, troubleshoots, sustains, and maintenances a variety of electrical systems in accordance with the NEC, company processes, and other governing documents and compliance agencies.
- Bends and installs conduit and romex.
- Pulls wire and make terminations.
- Assist with and installs basic and advanced lighting and control systems.
- Maintenances and troubleshoots gas and diesel generators.
- Installs devices including switchboards, circuit breakers, switches, transformers, and panels.
- Maintains a safe and clean environment while maintaining accountability of equipment and
- Performs other related duties as required and assigned.
- Team Work
- Effective Communication
- Problem Solving
- Time Management
- Performing work at various heights.
- Exposed to weather conditions depending on the location and time of year.
- Exposed to trenches, confined spaces, and restricted movement areas.
- Performing work on uneven terrain, unfinished building structures, and general construction
- Repetitive motion of shoulders, arm, hands, wrists, and fingers.
- Lifting and maneuvering heavy objects up to 50lbs.
- Standing for long periods of time without sitting.
- Exposed repetitive walking, lifting, bending, pushing, pulling squatting, climbing, kneeling,
reaching over the head and twisting.
- Full-Time (40 hours)
- Travel is primarily local area of operations, however some extended travel including overnight may be required.
- 401K Retirement Plan
- Company pays 50% of Family Health Insurance. Our health plans provide:
- Free Life Insurance
- Free Long term disability
- Dental & Vision Insurance
- Flexible Spending Accounts
- Paid Holidays
- Competitive Wages
- Vacation Pay
- Referral Bonuses
- Voluntary Short Term Disability
- Tool Purchasing Assistance