For upcoming jobs located throughout the US, including California, Oklahoma, Tennessee, South East, Mid-west. Must be willing to travel.
Casey Industrial, Inc. is a nationwide industrial contractor, in operation since 1947. As a contractor, Casey is focused on helping other businesses increase and enhance their product output through capital expansion or improvement. As an employer, Casey is focused on enhancing and growing an enduring, self-sustained organization that can provide increased career opportunities for its employees.
Casey Industrial was built on the premise that all clients, vendors and employees are treated with integrity and respect. Casey prides itself on conducting business the right way, a dedication reflected in the company’s values; both in writing and in practice. Casey Industrial's new Construction Manager will bring a set of personal values that align with that goal.
General Job Description
Install electrical equipment and apparatus.
- Installing electrical equipment, cable tray, conduit, lighting, over-current protection devices and installing wiring to electrical motors
- Connecting power to various electrical systems, and heating and cooling system
- Read and interpret drawings, blueprints, electrical code specifications, one line diagrams and schematics in order to effectively install equipment
- Diagnose, locate the cause of, and repair malfunctioning systems and components using test equipment
- Maintain accurate and up to date records including wiring installation and megger readings
- Test electrical systems and continuity of circuits in electrical wiring, and equipment
- Direct and train other workers to install, maintain, or repair electrical wiring, equipment, and fixtures
- All work performed by an industrial electrician must meet the regulations of the National Electrical Code, state or municipal codes or other code determined by authority having jurisdiction
- Possess a current State Electrical Journeyman License
- Visualize objects in three dimensions from drawings
- Work under production schedule pressure
- Attain set standards of accuracy
- Evaluate information based on measurable standards; and see details in objects or drawings and recognize slight differences in shapes and shadings
- Physically, workers must be able to: Keep good balance and work at heights
- See well (either naturally or with correction)
- Coordinate the use of eyes, hands, and feet
- Each employee must provide steel toe boots
- Each employee is required to provide their own set of hand tools, belts, tool bags, and other personal tools needed to preform daily tasks as required. The Company will provide all power tools and personal safety gear
- Communicate with Foreman regarding any problems arising, materials required, or any hazards noted
- Ability to work different shifts and overtime as required
- Follow OSHA and company safety rules and regulations
- Maintain physical strength and stamina; Use arms, hands, and legs fully; Push, pull, and frequently lift and carry objects weighing up to 50 pounds; and stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, and climb. Stamina to perform this task repetitively and continuously for several hour intervals.
- Uncontrolled environmental conditions: Constant change in weather and site conditions
- Climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crawling and reaching to perform everyday job tasks. May work at heights typically up to 100’
This position is a Full-Time hourly position. The schedule can vary based on the project requirements. Typically, 50 hours/week.
Willing to travel.
Typically reports to Superintendent or Foreman depending on size and scope of assigned project.
To qualify for per diem:
100 from the jobsite for per diem and travel in.
Travel is .41/mile
Travel out if they get their ROF or transfer.