Our growing company is looking for an experienced and skilled residential service electricians to join our team. Once on our team you will be responsible for the servicing the electrical wiring and components in residential dwellings throughout Central Florida as well as supervising and training electrician assistants or helpers on the job.
Health, Dental, Life, 401k
Relocation Assistance up to 2k

Read blueprints, wiring diagrams and manufacturer’s installation manuals to complete assigned tasks.
Remain in compliance with the National Electric Code at all times.
Perform underground slab installations using PVC conduit.
Layout electrical for rough in per approved set of electrical plans.
Rough in / install low and high voltage boxes, recess cans, electrical wiring, load centers, disconnects and make all terminations per approved set of electrical plans.
Trim out / install all receptacles, switches and light fixtures, hook up all equipment such as water heaters, AC equipment, disposals, dishwashers and breaker out all interior and exterior load centers and disconnects and make all terminations.
Exterior service and interior panel change outs.
Multifamily service repairs and change outs.
Call in all material, returns and inspection requests daily.
Turn in all material and scrap wire in to warehouse when complete with job.
Timely complete all job paperwork and record material utilized on jobs.
Clean job site daily.
Clean, wash and make sure maintenance is completed for company vehicle.
High school diploma / GED required
2 years minimum experience of running your own service truck.
Demonstrate knowledge and skills needed for a residential service electrician.
Must have acceptable driving record with a minimum of 3 years driving experience.
Must have your own tools and testers.
Must be able to test electrical circuits
Use sledge hammers (10 lbs.) to drive ground rods.
Lift (up to 100 lbs.).
Bend, stoop, and climb or crawl for extended periods of time.
Balance on ladders or scaffolding while performing
Carry, set up, climb and maneuver materials on 8′, 10′, 12′ stepladders up to 26′ extension ladder and A-Frame ladders.
Distinguish colors.
Hear possible dangers.
Read and write in language of the land.
Comprehend instructions, both written and verbal.
Dig trenches by hand in difficult environments.
Walk over rough terrain and up stairways.
Wear tool belt all day.
Be available to work extended hours, when required
Work in all types of environments (extreme hot or cold weather, wet or dry conditions).
Work in confined areas.
Work at elevated heights.