Cache Valley Electric is Hiring!
Cache Valley Electric is looking for qualified Journeymen Electricians to work on multiple projects in Northern Utah from Ogden to the Idaho border, as well as on the EAG Data Center Project in Eagle Mountain, UT.
This is an excellent opportunity for qualified electricians who would like to work on long-term projects close to home along the Wasatch Front. Starting pay is $36.09/hr for Journeymen Electricians.
For more details about the positions and upcoming hiring events, please contact Jammie Greer, Director of Field Operations, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Journeyman Electrician Duties & Responsibilities
- Work with blueprints, plans and/or specifications to install electrical systems
- Use a variety of hand and power tools to productively and safely install wire, electrical cable and related components
- Measure, cut, bend and thread wire and electrical cable through conduit (metal tubing)
- Comply with all state, industry and local wiring codes
- Splice wires at juncture points and feed/pull wiring into control centers and distribution boxes, transformers and transducers, switch gear, electrical outlets and other permanent equipment
- Test systems to ensure safe functioning and conformity to project requirements
- Prepare sketches/schematic diagrams showing location of installed wiring and related components
- Adhere to corporate, job‐specific and OSHA safety standards while performing work in a safe manner
- Identify potential safety hazards and work with supervision and site‐safety personnel to remedy safety hazards
- This is a safety‐sensitive position
- May install communications and computer equipment
- May install control centers and distribution boxes, transformers and transducers, switch gear, electrical outlets and other permanent equipment
- May assist with preparing/analyzing blueprints, office administration tasks, or design work as needed
- May perform prefabrication work in a seated work station
- Work may be performed inside or outdoors in any weather (i.e. cold, snow, rain, heat)
- Worksite may be noisy, cramped, dirty and/or poorly ventilated
- Hazards include risk of electrical shock and other worksite accidents
- A 40‐hr workweek is normal, though overtime is to be expected
- Work may be required at night, on weekends, on‐call or for emergencies