Encore Electric, Inc.
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Are you passionate about making a difference while impacting the way people live and work? Do you use your talents to collaborate on challenging projects with other team members while being driven by customer needs and requirements? Are you ambitious with a commitment to quality, safety and integrity? Are you looking to help others build their careers in a stable, supportive company that supports their desire to remain family-oriented and connect to the out-of-doors?
We believe our employees are unique, and if you believe you are, too, apply to join our team!
EXPERIENCE –Work on the most complex and challenging projects in our region.
LEADERSHIP – Advance your career through Encore Electric’s leadership program which ranges from 7 weeks to 18 months to join the best leaders in the industry.
CONTINUING EDUCATION – Encore University is free and Colorado state-accredited. Enhance your knowledge and skills, all while earning credits to maintain your journeyman’s license.
SAFETY – Our behavior-based safety culture is led by top industry professionals who make it their goal to get you home safely every day.
COMPENSATION –Experience excellent benefits including 2 weeks of paid vacation + 6 paid holidays along and compensation to match your skills, with significant wage uplifts on select projects.
RELOCATION REIMBURSEMENT – $500 mileage reimbursement when moving from out-of-state
We are currently seeking a sharp, skilled and motivated FOREMAN ELECTRICIAN in the Mountains to supervise apprentices and journeymen, taking ultimate accountability for project or subset of project.
Work with a commitment to safety
Uphold the core values of Encore Electric
Act as a professional and uses basic work ethics
Keep work area clean
Install quality work in a neat and workmanship like manner
Treat tools with respect
Work on ladders, lifts, and elevated platforms
Identify electrical parts and components
Dig trenches as needed
Keep up with changing technology
Keep up with the national electrical code
Wear tools at all required times
Ensure employees follow policies and procedures
Perform daily huddles (i.e. up and coming tasks)
Accountable for daily logs for area, providing input and communicating with immediate supervisor
Ensure the crew has adequate tools
Take a piece of the overall job on larger projects such as one-line, fire alarm, branch circuits, site lighting, equipment
Motivate crew and project
Participate and take notes in meetings
Preplan the project to stay at least two weeks ahead of crew ensuring the work and material are available for the crew
Prioritize according to the needs of the project and the customer
Update and maintain accurate as-built drawings and panel schedules for their assigned task
Take accountability and responsibility for quality control and productivity in area ensuring employees do it safe, do it right, then work on speed
Create punch list for crew and follows up to ensure it is completed
Communicate goals for the jobsite to employees working at all levels of Encore Electric, Inc. using the tell-back procedure
Communicate and coordinate with other trades for the project
Lead by example
Orientate employees to safety, logistics and scope on the jobsite
Effectively communicate and defines employees role with them on the project, ensuring employee understands how they fit into the overall job and how the foreman wants their work done
Effectively communicate with superiors
Supervise crews participating when necessary in installing raceways, pulling wire, and mounting equipment, training apprentices and journeyman to do the same
May perform hot work if qualified and trained with all necessary precautions in place
Take accountability for their continuing education including:
- Level of foremanship classes
- Keeping up with changing technology
- Keeping up with the national electrical code
Promote continuing education
Abide by specifications, value engineering and contract documents for installations
Use electrical formulas to figure out pipe fill, device and panel size, and disconnect
Lay out and organize assigned tasks to apprentices and journeymen
High School Diploma or equivalent, degree in related field is preferred,
4 years of apprenticeship training (3 with 2 year degree from technical college). One year experience as a leadman.
Journeyman Wireman’s license from the State of Colorado
Demonstrated leadership skills are required. Completion of Leadership Level I Leadership (Supervision) is preferred
Acceptable Motor Vehicle Record and Colorado Driver’s license
Any offer of employment is contingent upon passing pre-employment requirements, including drug screen, criminal background check, reference check and functional physical.
We offer a unique culture with solid values, excellent training, career growth opportunities and competitive benefits, including:
• Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
• Health Savings Account (HSA)
• Company-paid life insurance, short & long term disability insurance
• Voluntary buy-up life insurance
• Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
• 401(k) with company match
• Vacation/Holiday pay
• Company-sponsored apprenticeship program
Encore Electric is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer