Industrial Electrician - CA License Required

Phoenix Industrial | Oakland, CA

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Posted Date 5/10/2022
Description

Phoenix Industrial is a national industrial contractor with projects in Oregon, Washington, Colorado, California and Nevada.

 

Since its inception in 2001, Phoenix Industrial, Inc. has been providing superior construction services to a wide range of industrial customers. We excel operating as an industrial general contractor.  We are now a self-performing company capable of bonding projects to $100 million, but we have never risen far from our roots. We still serve the same clients that helped us at the start. Phoenix Industrial Inc. brings a solid reputation for performance in construction and an outstanding safety culture. We are pleased to be among the top in our industry for safety and this gives us the upper-hand when working on large and complex projects throughout the United States.

 

Phoenix Industrial has a need for California Licensed Electricians with Industrial or Commercial experience to start in Oakland, CA for our project that may last 5 months.

 

Journeyman Electrician Job Description

Bending and routing conduit

Cable trays

Pulling wires

Terminations

Threading

Switch Gears

Motor Controls

PLC layout

 

Journeyman Electrician Job Requirements

Computer based Safety training, to be complete prior to start

Drug testing

Basic tools of the trades

Steel toe boots

Current T.W.I.C. card is a plus

 

California Licensed Journeyman 

$35-$45 an hour per Diem - $140.00 x days worked

Travel in and out offered at $0.50 a mile up to $700 max each way

 

We offer Vacation, Medical, Dental and 401(k) options

Salary45.00 Hour
Trade
Electrician
Per Diem
Per Diem Offered
Per Diem Amount
140
Provide any additional information you would like to share about your company’s per diem or expense reimbursement policy.
$140 per diem worked days, also pay travel pay at 50 cents a mile from home zip code to site zip code max $700
Hrs per week
50
Project length
5 months

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