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Apprentice Electrician

Entry level to five years experience assembles, install and wire electrical systems in new/existing residential and commercial buildings. Follow blueprints and wiring diagrams.Able to install Romex, BX, EMT, Rigid, Also PVC Pipe. No local and national electrical codes, install switches 2-way 3-way 4-way, Install receptacles, also custom residential work.


Monitors, directs and participates in all facets of Electrical project. Plans work day, conducts tailgate meetings, arranges material and maintains all records including material and time. Assures ASHA, City and Company policies are being followed.

Industrial Electrician

Performs work to install, inspect, troubleshoot, modify and repair any industrial type electrical systems.

Journeyman Electrician

Licensed Electrician with more than five years experience.

Project Manager

Manages the planning, execution and completion of project(s) according to the contract. Directs and communicates objectives to worksite crew. Oversee project from start up to completion.


Responsible for the planning, organizing and supervising of work performed on the construction site. Oversees all operations, including but not limited to approval and review of contracts, purchasing of equipment and development of budget and monitoring of expenditures.



Required Tool List

  • Lineman’s Pliers - Heavy duty pliers for general use in bending, cutting, crimping, pulling wire and twisting off tie wraps.
  • Cordless Drill – used for boring holes in various materials.
  • Side Cutters – used to cut smaller gauge wires or to cut off tie wraps.
  • Cable Cutters – More powerful than regular pliers used to cut large conductors and smaller cable. Be sure to use these only on copper and aluminum. Also known as “eagle beaks”.
  • Crimping Pliers – Used to install butt splices and Sta-kon. Be sure to get a pair that has the insulated and non-insulated option.
  • Needle Nose Pliers - Used for gripping in tight spaces, these work best when the pliers are rough at the end.
  • Vise- Grips – Comes in handy as an extra support, especially when working alone.
  • Wire Strippers – Available in many different sizes, used to strip the insulation from the wire without damaging the wire as long as the proper size is selected.
  • Hex Keys Metric – Used to tighten electrical termination lugs.
  • Electrician Scissors –Used for cutting thick gauge wire.
  • Tape Measure –Used for measuring strut, conduit and tray and many other things. A 25- foot tape measure should be sufficient for any task.
  • Electrician Hammer –Hammer/ Pry nails and to pound stuff.
  • Crescent Wrench –Handy when nut size isn’t known, this specific wrench has a good set of jaws that won’t lock up.
  • Hack Saw –Used to cut strut conduit and cable.
  • Torpedo Level –Magnetized for convenience and accurate readings.
  • Tri-Square –Used to cut straight edge in sheet metal.
  • Channel lock - Used to tighten conduit, Conduit fittings, gang boxes and connectors. Purchase three different sizes.
  • Wrench Set - Speed wrenches are well worth it most commonly used 7/16, 1/2, 9/16.
  • Nut Drivers - Used where a wrench can’t most common sizes ¼,5/16,7/16,1/2,9/16.
  • Variable Screwdriver - Used for various types of screws and terminals.
  • Skinning Knife - Used to strip cable and insulation.
  • Multimeter - Can test volts AC/DC, amps, and resistance (Note this may not be required until 3rd year but is very handy to have even as a 1st year)