ISC Constructors, LLC, a privately held company, is an industrial electrical, instrumentation and controls company offering engineering, construction and maintenance services. Founded in 1989 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, we have grown to employ over 3,300 people primarily in the southern region of the United States. Through our offices in Baton Rouge, Beaumont, Houston, and Lake Charles, we service the chemical processing, petrochemical, refining, power and pulp, and paper industries.
This job is located in Saraland, Alabama.
- Ability to meet the cut score on the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) Written Skill Assessment
- Ability to pass a post-offer, pre-employment drug/alcohol test
Qualifications: Minimum 4 years of craft-specific experience
- Per diem available
- Excellent wages (DOE) and complete benefits package
- We are an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
The electrician must possess the ability to fabricate and install rigid, aluminum, E.M.T., plasti-bond, and P.V.C. conduit; must have the ability to use mechanical and 2"-4" hydraulic benders; must be able to fabricate and install conduit supports; have the ability to install wire and cable by hand and by machine in cable trays; perform MCC and switchgear work; perform trouble-shooting on energized motor controls; fabricate and install breakers and fuses, cable trays, batteries, battery charger, buss duct, junction boxes, tagging, term, motors, and transformers; must be able to size thermal-overloads, breakers, and fuses; possess the ability to terminate motors, transformers, stress cones, and cable splicing; proper use of a variety of hydraulic tools; must have the ability to read blueprints and national electric code requirements; must have the ability to utilize electrical equipment testers including V.O.M., AMP meter, and 1000 volt insulation tester; must be able to properly use winch truck and lift; must be knowledgeable in communication and applicable electrical OSHA rules and regulations.
The instrument fitter must be able to read loop sheets, P & ID's, and blueprints; possess the ability to perform tube bending; tube bending in groups; install instrument stands, instrument air headers, instruments, tube tray, screw pipe, decotrace, and steam tracing; must possess knowledge of high-pressure valves and fittings; mechanical and hydraulic powered tubing benders, weld fittings, and pipe specifications.
The description above shall not be and is not intended to be a complete listing of all miscellaneous, incidental, or similar duties which may be required from day-to-day. ISC utilizes the multi-skill concept and expects all associates to perform other job requirements.